Scan code: LN83128 Manufacturer code: SST-ECP01

SilverStone Dual Output Power Adapter Card

SilverStone ECP01 Dual Output Power Adapter Card with 12V DC jack and 5V USB Type A port, OCP, support

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Scan code: LN83128 Manufacturer code: SST-ECP01
Order now and get it tomorrow, Mon 27th Sep
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    Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.

Product Overview

Additional Flexibility to Your PC

SilverStone’s ECP01 is a dual output power adapter card that can transfer a computer’s internal power to external 12V DC jack and 5V USB Type-A port via peripheral 4-Pin or SATA 15-Pin connectors. This allows PC to be able to support additional power to devices such as external drives or USB chargers.

It is also complaint with USB battery charging specification 1.2 so it can charge mobile devices quickly while the built-in over current protection mechanism helps to ensure connected devices are well protected when charging.

• Dual output 12V DC jack up to 5A and 5V USB Type-A port up to 3A.
• USB port compliant with USB battery charging specification 1.2.
• Intelligent over current protect system.
• Includes DC to DC cable with 1.2m length, DC dim 2.5mm to DC dim 2.1mm Power Plug Adapter.
• Includes optional low profile bracket for supporting low profile cases .

Model No.: SST-ECP01
Input connector and current: Peripheral 4-Pin female connector x 1 (12V/5A) or SATA 15-Pin female connector x 1 (12V/5A).
Output connector and current: DC jack connector x 1 (12V/5A), USB Type-A female connector x 1 (5V/3A).
Intelligent Security Protection: Over current protection.
Cable length and specifications: DC plug 1.2m cable with 18 AWG x 1 and OD 3.5mm DC dim 2.5mm to DC dim 2.1mm adapter.
Net weight: 35g.
Dimension: 120mm (W) x 21mm (H) x 53mm (D), 4.72" (W) x 0.83" (H) x 2.09" (D).
Remark: Prior to installing ECP01, please calculate your computer’s total power consumption to determine if you have enough power to support this card. You should set aside 75W and a dedicated cable to connect directly from the power supply to ECP01. The cable used on the ECP01 should not be shared with any other components in the PC.
  • 1 x SATA
  • 1 x USB Type-A (Female)
Additional Information
Scan Code LN83128
Model Number SST-ECP01
GTIN 4710007223734

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions

12 months
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
0871 472 4747
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