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Hey everyone, I picked up a good used Motorola Quantar repeater that I want to set up. The problem I am having is the power, it has an Anderson plug on it and it needs 48-60vdc and 16 amps. I am having problems finding a power supply for this. Am I able to change the power supply out in the repeater to the other style that has a normal 3 prong plug like a computer would use? If anyone can assist me I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks

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Yes, the Quantar power supply is a modular unit that just slides out and is replaceable with one of the models below. -make sure you get the same wattages level as the one you have-

My Quantar Product planner guide is from 2002, so these might be out of date:

TLN3259 = 625 Watt AC Power Supply
TLN3260 = 625 Watt AC Power Supply with Battery Revert
TLN3261 = 265 Watt AC Power Supply
TLN3262 = 265 Watt AC Power Supply with Battery Revert
TLN3263 = 600 Watt 24 VDC Power Supply
TLN3264 = 210 Watt 12/24 VDC Power Supply
TLN3377 = 600 Watt 48 VDC Power Supply
TLN3378 = 210 Watt 48/60 VDC Power Supply
 

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Unless you actually have a Quantro, which uses an external power supply. If it is a Quantro, then there is no cut-out on the backplane for a normal Quantar power supply to feed the power cable through. You can change the backplane out if that is the case.
 
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