I'm making this thread to gather all the power supply references from other threads into one, neat and tidy thread.
12v car PC power supply:
This gives you 12V, 5v, and 3v at high amperages, which will power sensors, servos, and lots of lights.
Standard PC Power Supply:
Can be found everywhere! And if you want cheap, go to eWaste and pick out one for free-$20! Just get a high Wattage supply.
Courtesy @Steve_G from @fxrtst's Power supply thread:
"I had a bit of a search for you, and came up with the following fixed voltage supplies which was all from one website called TCR Electronics and are all under 100 bucks. Searching other sites pretty much came up with the same makes and models. The ones I've linked to are the best of the bunch that I think meet some of your requirements. I threw a couple of 20 amp supplies in as well in case anyone else is looking...
$44.80 for 1 to 9 units (cheaper after that).
And the smallest I found at a reasonable price, but at 20 amps...
Anything smaller in the way of form factor, and you're looking to pay out at three digit figures. The one other plus about this website is that they do bulk buy discounts too."
Courtesy @Steve_G from @Askwpccoach's "How Can I Provide Continuous Power To Jd From An Ac Outlet Or Battery That Will" Thread
"So a 7.4 volt, 20 amp power supply is what you will need to have JD working at his best along with a female mini deans socket. This switching power supply is a good example of what you would need, although if you look around, you can find cheaper power supplies. "
Courtesy @Mathprof from his "Usb or Ac-Dc Conversion as a Lipo battery replacement" Thread
"Ok, so a 20 amp supply is a good target. Just looking around a little, I found this:
7.5vdc Power Supply
Approx Power: 150 Watts
Max Current: 20 Amps
Enclosed 1U low profile 30mm, built-in active PFC function, built in constant current limiting, LED indicator for power on, adjustable output voltage, and universal AC input range: 85~264vac.
More Info, Quotes, Purchase $36.90 ea."
As for Tips, Give out your own! Post them below! More power supply references? Add them below following the numbering sequence.(Ended at 5)
Now you can reference one thread to give an answer instead of multiple ones with many posts to sort through.