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Figure Out Who Made Your Power Supply - List Your Model!

Postby Apoptosis » Fri Sep 01, 2006 10:05 am

I've just learned a trick on how to find out the real manufacturer of power supplies!!

Take a look on the UL record posted on the PSU sticker and then go to this website: http://database.ul.com/cgi-bin/XYV/temp ... /index.htm and go to the Certifications Directory and enter the UL File Number (ex. E12345). The UL File Number is an alphanumeric designation assigned to a company upon successful completion of a product evaluation or company certification.

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Antec
Antec NeoHE 430W - SEA SONIC ELECTRONICS CO LTD
Antec Phantom 500 500W - CHANNEL WELL TECHNOLOGY CO LTD
Antec SmartPower 2.0 SP-500 500W - MICROS SYSTEMS INC

Aopen
Aopen Prima Power 700 - FSP GROUP INC

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ATIX
ATRIX PSCI-500BLK ATX12V 500W - UNITEK ELECTRONIC CO LTD

BeQuiet
BeQuiet BQT B5-520W-S1.3 520W - TOPOWER COMPUTER INDUSTRIAL CO LTD

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Cooler Master
Cooler Master Real Power RS-550-ACLY 550W - ACBEL POLYTECH INC
Cooler Master eXtreme Power RS-380-PMSR 380W - HIPRO ELECTRONICS CO LTD

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Coolmax
COOLMAX CA-400 ATX v2.01 400W - ATNG POWER CO LTD

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Corsair Memory
Corsair HK620W 620W - SEA SONIC ELECTRONICS CO LTD

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DYNAPOWER
DYNAPOWER EP-45X.0562B 450W - POWER TECH INDUSTRIAL CO LTD
DYNAPOWER EP-35X.0661B 350W - POWER TECH INDUSTRIAL CO LTD

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Enermax
Enermax Coolergiant EG485AX-VHB(W) 480W - ENERMAX TECHNOLOGY CORP
Enermax Noisetaker EG701AX-VE(W) 600W - ENERMAX TECHNOLOGY CORP
ENERMAX Liberty ELT500AWT 500W - ENERMAX TECHNOLOGY CORP

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FSP Group (Fortron Source)
FSP Group FX700-GLN 700W Quad. SLi Power Supply - FSP GROUP INC

HEC
HEC AcePower ACE580UB 580W - COMPUCASE ENTERPRISE CO LTD

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MSI
MSI TurboStream 600W - MSI COMPUTER CORP
MSI TurboStream 460W - MSI COMPUTER CORP

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Mushkin
Mushkin Enchanced XP-650 - TOPOWER COMPUTER INDUSTRIAL CO LTD

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OCZ Technology
OCZ PowerStream 600W - TOPOWER COMPUTER INDUSTRIAL CO LTD
OCZ PowerStream 600W SLI - TOPOWER COMPUTER INDUSTRIAL CO LTD
OCZ Game Xstream 700W - OCZ TECHNOLOGY (They didn' make it though)

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PC Power & Cooling
PC Power & Cooling Silencer 750W - PC POWER & COOLING INC

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RAIDMAX
RAIDMAX RX-470XPW ATX12V 470W - TOPOWER COMPUTER INDUSTRIAL CO LTD
RAIDMAX RX-450KW ATX12V 450W - SUN PRO ELECTRONICS CO LTD
RAIDMAX RX-380K ATX12V 380W - SUN PRO ELECTRONICS CO LTD

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Rosewill
Rosewill RD600-2DC-SL 600W - SOLYTECH ENTERPRISE CORP
Rosewill RP550S-2MK 550W Modular Cable Power - ATNG POWER CO LTD
Rosewill RD550-2DB-SL 550W - SOLYTECH ENTERPRISE CORP
Rosewill RD550-2DC-SL 550W - SOLYTECH ENTERPRISE CORP
Rosewill RD450-2-DB 450W - SOLYTECH ENTERPRISE CORP
Rosewill RV350 ATX 350W - ATNG POWER CO LTD

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Scythe
Scythe Kamariki-2 KMRK-550A-2 550W -TOPOWER COMPUTER INDUSTRIAL CO LTD
Scythe Kamariki-2 KMRK-450A-2 450W - TOPOWER COMPUTER INDUSTRIAL CO LTD
Scythe KAMARIKI-2 KMRK-400A-2 400W - TOPOWER COMPUTER INDUSTRIAL CO LTD

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Seasonic
SeaSonic S12-600 ATX12V 600W - SEA SONIC ELECTRONICS CO LTD

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Silverstone
Silverstone SSt-ST85ZF 850W - ENHANCE ELECTRONICS CO LTD

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SPARKLE
SPARKLE FSP650-80GLC 650W - FSP GROUP INC
SPARKLE FSP550-60PLG 550W - FSP GROUP INC
SPARKLE FSP460-60GLC-B 460W - FSP GROUP INC
SPARKLE FSP400GLCR-B204 400W - FSP GROUP INC
SPARKLE FSP350-60GLC-B 350W - FSP GROUP INC
SPARKLE FSP350-60PN 350W - FSP GROUP INC
SPARKLE FSP300-60THA 300W - FSP GROUP INC
SPARKLE FSP250-60ATV 250W - FSP GROUP INC

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Spire
Spire SP-500W -TOPOWER COMPUTER INDUSTRIAL CO LTD

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Thermaltake
Thermaltake ToughPower 550W - CHANNEL WELL TECHNOLOGY CO LTD
Thermaltake ToughPower 750W - CHANNEL WELL TECHNOLOGY CO LTD

Ultra Products
Ultra Xfinity 2G 600W - WINTECH ELECTRONICS CORP
Ultra X-Connect X2 550W - WINTECH ELECTRONICS CORP

Please List Your Model Below and I'll add it to the list above!
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Postby KnightRid » Sat Sep 02, 2006 5:42 am

Mustang 400W - LC-B400ATX - made by L & C Technology - UL number E164554
Bestec 250W - ATX-250-12Z Rev D - made by Bestec Power Electronics Co LTD - UL number E127778
Ilssan 120W - ISP 120S Rev E-2 - made by Powernet Technologies Group - UL number E153405
Raidmax 420W - KY-520ATX - made by Sun Pro Electronics Co LTD - UL number e210743

That is all I can get to that i have - my miro case has to be totally ripped apart to get to it!!

Let me know if you need more info from any of them

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Postby eva2000 » Sat Sep 02, 2006 6:34 am

OCZ 700W GameXStream = FSP Group as well

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Postby T-Shirt » Sat Sep 02, 2006 8:42 am

Good find.
a similar type of search for an electronic device made for use in the US, using the FCC # is here
https://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/prod/oet/cf/eas/reports/GenericSearch.cfm

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Postby bubba » Tue Sep 05, 2006 6:03 am

no UL label on mine that I can see, Cooler Master RS-380_PMSR model number HP-P4017FSW, but it says right on it OEM by Hipro Electronics

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Postby Bio-Hazard » Tue Sep 05, 2006 7:38 am

XClio GreatPower 550 and 650, made by Channel Well, same as the TT ToughPower PSU.

I guess I could pull out the Hiper Type R 580 and the Cooler Master iGreen 430 to check them out one of these days as well.

And you already have the OCZ Game Xstream 700W listed.........;)

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Postby tomato » Tue Sep 05, 2006 2:29 pm

Heh, nice find, Apoptosis! I will plug in my PSU when I get home and post the results, although since it's a TT, my money is on "CHANNEL WELL TECHNOLOGY CO LTD"
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Postby markkleb » Sat Sep 30, 2006 3:07 pm

What a GREAT thread! thanks for the info...
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Postby moon111 » Sat Sep 30, 2006 7:10 pm

My Super Flower SF-480K14 looks to be made by
SUPER FLOWER COMPUTER INC themselves.

Note: The first unit they sent me directly from Taiwan was dead on arrival. But the 2nd unit has been rock-solid and I'm very impressed. I especially like the 14cm fan on the unit and the detachable cables.

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Postby marklori43 » Fri Dec 22, 2006 6:22 pm

UL E173738
Manufacturer Newton Power LTD

Model NPS-375AB A on the sticker
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Postby C'DaleRider » Sun Feb 11, 2007 9:31 am

Glad to see you found the UL site.........

But you must realize not all companies that have a UL number actually produce their own power supplies.

Case in point.........PC Power & Cooling actually manufacture none of their own product but instead use other manufacturers to source their ps's built to spec.

Silencers are currently being built by Seasonic; older Silencers were manufactured by Sparkle, now FSP

Turbo-Cools are manufactured by Win-Tact Electronics Corp.

A very good list of known UL numbers by manufacturer and true producer can be found here:

Great site for true manufacturers of power supplies

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Postby Apoptosis » Sun Feb 11, 2007 10:14 am

C'DaleRider wrote:Glad to see you found the UL site.........

But you must realize not all companies that have a UL number actually produce their own power supplies.

Case in point.........PC Power & Cooling actually manufacture none of their own product but instead use other manufacturers to source their ps's built to spec.

Silencers are currently being built by Seasonic; older Silencers were manufactured by Sparkle, now FSP

Turbo-Cools are manufactured by Win-Tact Electronics Corp.


We do realize that...

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Postby cyberneticimplant » Sun Feb 11, 2007 10:45 am

It says Vantec produce their own.

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Postby dicecca112 » Sun Feb 11, 2007 4:31 pm

Apoptosis wrote:
C'DaleRider wrote:Glad to see you found the UL site.........

But you must realize not all companies that have a UL number actually produce their own power supplies.

Case in point.........PC Power & Cooling actually manufacture none of their own product but instead use other manufacturers to source their ps's built to spec.

Silencers are currently being built by Seasonic; older Silencers were manufactured by Sparkle, now FSP

Turbo-Cools are manufactured by Win-Tact Electronics Corp.


We do realize that...


Oh we do realize that, definetly, and it also varies model to model within a certain manufacturer.
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Re: Figure Out Who Made Your Power Supply - List Your Model!

Postby Conky » Wed Jan 30, 2008 10:56 pm

It says my PC Power and Cooling Silencer470 with UL# E131500 is made by, drumroll please...

PC POWER & COOLING
5995 AVENIDA ENCINAS
CARLSBAD, CA 92008 USA

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Re: Figure Out Who Made Your Power Supply - List Your Model!

Postby vicaphit » Mon Feb 25, 2008 6:11 pm

Ultra X-3 1000W - WINTECH ELECTRONICS CORP ...Thanks LR :)
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Re: Figure Out Who Made Your Power Supply - List Your Model!

Postby DemonicDerek » Wed May 14, 2008 10:29 pm

Easy, Dell made it.

They are very notorious for making the PSU for literally exactly the amount of power needed, and as a result my PSU is a whopping 305 Watts!

Yeah... dell doesn't really make models... they make the PSU for the PC and do it to the point that you might have to buy a new PSU just to get a new Video Card!!!

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Postby stev » Wed May 14, 2008 11:19 pm

CHANNEL WELL TECHNOLOGY CO LTD for MasterPower 350W my neighbor just gave me this week.
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Re: Figure Out Who Made Your Power Supply - List Your Model!

Postby skier » Fri May 16, 2008 10:01 am

DemonicDerek wrote:Easy, Dell made it.

They are very notorious for making the PSU for literally exactly the amount of power needed, and as a result my PSU is a whopping 305 Watts!

Yeah... dell doesn't really make models... they make the PSU for the PC and do it to the point that you might have to buy a new PSU just to get a new Video Card!!!


dell ships every standard pc with a 305W PSU, my 2004 P4 3.0 with integraded GFX has it, and a core2duo integrated also does, and yours, and the 305 can handle stock everything + an x850XT, the 305 i got has 2, 20A rails i believe which is really solid for most

edit- also, i'll check my coolermaster when i get it in
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Re: Figure Out Who Made Your Power Supply - List Your Model!

Postby martini161 » Fri May 23, 2008 2:44 pm

skierkid450 wrote:
DemonicDerek wrote:Easy, Dell made it.

They are very notorious for making the PSU for literally exactly the amount of power needed, and as a result my PSU is a whopping 305 Watts!

Yeah... dell doesn't really make models... they make the PSU for the PC and do it to the point that you might have to buy a new PSU just to get a new Video Card!!!


dell ships every standard pc with a 305W PSU, my 2004 P4 3.0 with integraded GFX has it, and a core2duo integrated also does, and yours, and the 305 can handle stock everything + an x850XT, the 305 i got has 2, 20A rails i believe which is really solid for most

edit- also, i'll check my coolermaster when i get it in

and on top of that dell uses a lot of proprietary standards to. one reason i dont like dells is they really hate being upgraded


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