Arduino ATX Lab Bench Power Supply by tronix 3d model
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Arduino ATX Lab Bench Power Supply  by tronix

Arduino ATX Lab Bench Power Supply by tronix

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DIY Lab Power Supply Project with variable output controlled using an Arduino.
All other outputs 3.3V, 5V and 12V will be monitored by Arduino.
Plan is to use parts/modules easily and cheaply available from Aliexpress.
Case designed to fit any standard ATX power supply (Requires drilling of 4 holes in PSU)
Can be printed without supports, I have included a .3mm layer in the screw holes to create a platform to keep the print tidy - these will need to be push/drilled out after printing.
Variable (controlled by Arduino)
USB port wired to 5vsb connection on PSU (standby) which will allow you to charge a phone with the PSU turned off. Most PSU 5vsb are around 2.5A
Parts List
4x M3 or M4 screws and nuts
4mm Banana Terminals Size: 29.66x14.35mm
6.3mm Spade Crimps - (these terminals are not easy to solder to without damaging plastic)
3mm LEDs for 5vsb and power ok
Type A Female USB Port
Epoxy Resin to mount USB port
6mm toggle switch
Arduino Nano (Clone is fine)
1602 i2c LCD
4 x Voltage sensor/divider
ACS712 Current Sensor
Will upload sketch and schematic once tested.