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Motiv Power Brick Power Supply (12V/60A/720W)

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The Motiv Power Brick Power Supply provides up to 60 Amps and 720 Watts of max power, all in 8.5" long, 3.4" wide and 1.5" thick form factor. On one end of the unit, three pairs of bullet DC outputs provide plenty of connectivity, while on the other end a cooling fan, handle and LED can be found. Additionally the Motiv Power Supply includes a sleek 3D printed red protection plate that covers 3 sets of output terminals to ensure that the output terminals do not get damaged or worse..broken off. The entire unit is then wrapped in a Motive livery, and equipped with one AC (North America) power cord.  

Length: 215mm (8.5")
Width: 86mm (3.4")
Height: 39mm (1.5")
Weight: 2.3lb
Input Voltage Range:
Output Voltage Range: 12V
Output Current: 0-60A

This product was added to our catalog on August 17, 2018

Shawn Noe
Average Rating: 5
Monday, Jun 10 2019 (1 week ago)
Motiv Power Brick Power Supply (12V/60A/720W)
I've had one of these since 5/1/19. I'm running 2 chargers on it with 0 issues. My experience includes regular 110v service and running it from my inexpensive $100 generator (which was powering 4 chargers total + some accessories). Definitely another quality product from Motiv that looks great too.

Another reviewer gave this product a single star. They state something along the lines of having issues connecting two together to make 24 volts. I don't understand their issue as this product is not advertised to support or be convertible to a 24v system.

As far as 12v power supply, works great. Just to note it requires 4mm bullet connectors.
Kim Boone
Average Rating: 1
Saturday, Jun 1 2019 (3 weeks ago)
Motiv Power Brick Power Supply (12V/60A/720W)

You cannot connect 2 of these together to create a 24 volt power supply without modification. These are recycled server power supplies and I have converted quite a few of these for making a 24 volt supply. The ground on at least one of the 2 has to be floated. If you don't do this you will be connecting 12 volts to the ac ground on one of the supplies. If you only float the ground on one of them then the +12v from the other one needs to be connected to the -12v of the floated one.

These supplies should come with an appropriate warning about this issue. It could very easily cause a fire.