Does no one make an adapter from a CRPS server PSU to ATX?

Dr0ne

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Apr 22, 2021
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It seems unfathomable to me that this product is not already on the market
I'm thinking a CRPS cage for the PSU to slide into with standard ATX cables coming out but my searches are coming up completely empty...

I've seen a couple people modding server PSUs - Is there really nothing available? What if I wanted to run a standard ATX Motherboard in a 1U CRPS Chassis? It's been quite awhile since I've worked in a computer room but still.... maybe I've forgotten something simple?
 

Dr0ne

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Apr 22, 2021
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It seems that they come in a few lengths? Again, it's been many a year since I spec'd a server...
Dimensions: 40 mm x 73 mm x 185 mm (W x H x D) (1.57” x 2.87” x 7.28”)
 

evadne

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Jan 15, 2020
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It seems unfathomable to me that this product is not already on the market
I'm thinking a CRPS cage for the PSU to slide into with standard ATX cables coming out but my searches are coming up completely empty...

I've seen a couple people modding server PSUs - Is there really nothing available? What if I wanted to run a standard ATX Motherboard in a 1U CRPS Chassis? It's been quite awhile since I've worked in a computer room but still.... maybe I've forgotten something simple?
Yes the breakout boards from Parallel Miner etc would be the 1st choice but the main problem is that they usually have too many PCIe outlets and no ATX for us SFF builders :p

I also saw this — “the CRPS 550W / 800W redundant power supply comes with an adapter that allows it to become the Standard ATX format.” per https://unykach.com/en/power-supply/redundant-power-supply-crps-800w-92-efficiency-psucrps800wr/
 
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Lakimakromedia

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Mar 21, 2019
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Answer is simple, use Pico PSU. Use this server psu, adapter, or just solder by yourself connection, and Pico.
My node with server psu

 
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Dr0ne

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Apr 22, 2021
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Answer is simple, use Pico PSU. Use this server psu, adapter, or just solder by yourself connection, and Pico.
My node with server psu

I was considering using one of the PCIe Adapters, then a Pico PSU running off a pair of those. Also considering doing some of my own soldering but my personal electrical engineer and I aren't talking atm (You'd think a 60 year old dad and his 38 year old son would be able to act like adults by now).

Thank-you everyone for your helpful replies!