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Purple Digital PC ATX BTX ITX LCD Power Supply Voltage Meter Tester

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This is a Digital PC ATX BTX ITX LCD Power Supply Voltage Meter Tester.This Power Supply Tester is easy to use. No harm to your device. Test your device quickly with this Power Supply Tester. Floppy, HDD, CDROM, SATA, 4pin, 8pin(dual-CPU), 6pin conne...
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  • This Power Supply Tester has no harm to your device
  • The fastest way to check your power's supply health
  • Test your device quickly with this Power Supply Tester
  • This Power Supply Tester is easy to use
  • Input Interface: 20/24pin (ATX connector)
  • Inspection Voltage: +12V, -12V, +5V, -5V, +3.3V, 5V (standby) 12V (power good)
  • Connecting Interface: Floppy, HDD, CDROM, SATA, 4pin, 8pin(dual-CPU), 6pin
  • Test for: PC ATX BTX ITX power supply

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Purple Digital PC ATX BTX ITX LCD Power Supply Voltage Meter Tester


Purple Digital PC ATX BTX ITX LCD Power Supply Voltage Meter Tester


  • This Digital Voltage Tester is easy to plug with ATX power 20/24-pin and plug in to show the voltage on the LCD panel

Purple Digital PC ATX BTX ITX LCD Power Supply Voltage Meter Tester


Purple Digital PC ATX BTX ITX LCD Power Supply Voltage Meter Tester


  • This LCD Meter Tester helps you easily diagnosis problem source and prevent possible damage to your system

How to Check a Computer Power Supply:


  • Check that your power supply is switched on to the right power rating. For American households, you'll want it set to 120V
  • Turn off the power supply off and remove all cables running the computer--except for the power cable
  • Unscrew the series of screws located at the back of the case that are securing the side panel of the computer case to the frame. Slide the side panel off and set the screws aside for safekeeping
  • Follow the thick braid of cords running from the power supply to the motherboard. The cable will lead you to a wide power port on the motherboard
  • With the thumb and forefinger of one hand, take a firm hold of the power port while using the other hand to remove the cable from the port
  • Plug the connector head of the power supply cable into the power supply tester. Match the squared bottoms of the cable's micro ports to those of the tester's port. For 20-pin cables, align the connector head to the left of the power supply tester
  • Turn the power supply back on. Note the tester's LEDs indicators. They'll indicate whether the power supply is functional

Package Included:


  • 1 x Power Supply Tester