Last year we purchased a series of 3750X switches, but at the time didn't realize that the spare power supplies that were ordered were DC instead of AC. I can't replace them at the moment, and I do not have a DC source to supply power to them.
Does anyone have suggestions of equipment I can use to convert a standard 120V AC socket to the required -36 -72V DC to power the power supplies. I am thinking that I can just use a AC to DC converter to power them, but I don't know where to get a AC/DC converter that would work and I was hoping maybe someone on the forums here would have some suggestions on how to accomplish this!
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