Power-supply meaning

A system that converts AC current from the wall outlet into the DC currents required by electronic circuits. A computer power supply converts AC into multiple DC voltages. For example, 12 volts is commonly used for drives, while 3.3v and 5v are used by the chips and other motherboard components.Switching Power SuppliesPower supplies known as "switching" power supplies are commonly used. Their name is derived from the type of circuit used to change the voltage. For more details, see transformer. See power adapter.
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A source of power such as the mains or a generator.
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That part of a piece of electronic apparatus that provides appropriate voltages for the rest of the electronics from the connected AC source.
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