Welcome to PSU Repair.com the Power Supply Repair Service
With many years engineering experience across a wide range of environments, our aim is to provide an economic and efficient power supply repair service. We frequently repair PSU's from scientific, industrial, broadcast and IT companies. Our existing client base includes blue chip industrial companies, major scientific establishments and importers of high end IT equipment.
Support is provided to manufactures, system integrators, distributors and individuals. Both switch mode and linear technologies are catered for. The work is carried out on a no fix no repair fee basis.
The column to the left lists some of the power supply brands we are happy to repair.
PSU Repair.com can quote for one-off repairs or enter into a long term agreement (a quantity discount can usually be negotiated)
IMPORTANT: By sending in equipment for evaluation or repair, or by accepting a quote for repair, you are deemed to be accepting our terms and conditions in full. A copy of our terms and conditions can be downloaded in .PDF form here :-
PLEASE NOTE: It is rarely economically viable to repair 1-off consumer products (i.e. standard PC power supplies or power supplies for TVs).
Why is it better to repair power supplies ?
Reduced capital expenditure.
Repairing an item is usually cheaper than replacing it. In some cases savings can be considerable, especially when the alternative is remanufacturing the units. Repairing is something that should be seriously considered in the current economic environment.
Increased equipment life
Modern equipment has very short product life cycles, with manufacturers offering spares support for increasingly shorter periods. Repairing equipment to component level can, in many cases, extended equipment service life and offer an alternative to expensive replacement. Additionally, savings may also be made by not having to re-train staff on new equipment and update operating instructions.
Speedy resolution to your problem.
Repairing equipment can be much more rapid than sourcing new.
The environmental cost of repairing equipment is usually a fraction of the cost of buying a newly manufactured replacement. Additionally, by having your equipment repaired, you are reducing the amount of equipment going into landfill. Under recently introduced WEEE legislation, businesses face increased costs relating to equipment disposal.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) about PSU repair
Do PSUrepair.com repair any make of power supply?
Yes, we are willing to repair any brand of power supply. It should be noted though that some types are unlikely to be economical to repair (See Note 1).
How do I send my power supply for repair?
Please contact us with details of your failed power supply, by email, letter or using the form at the bottom of this page. We will need to know the make and model number of the item to be repaired. When we receive the supply, we will carry out an examination of your power supply and then send you a firm quotation, either by email, fax or letter. If the quotation is accepted, we will then require a purchase order to enable an invoice to be issued. Should you not wish to proceed, we will return the product in an un-serviced condition (carriage costs may apply).
Do I need an RMA before sending in my PSU?
No. If you contact us first, all we require is your name and contact details.
Do you charge to examine a PSU?
No. Evaluation is free, providing you have contacted us prior to sending it in. We do not cover return shipping costs.
Is there a charge if you accept a PSU for repair, but later find repair is not feasible?
No. If we cannot repair your PSU due to unforeseen reasons, there will be no service charge. We can either return the product in an un-serviced condition or, alternatively, we can dispose of the unit at your request (See Note 2).
What warranty do you give with the repair?
We offer a 3-month warranty on all repairs.
Do you repair for non-EU customers?
We generally restrict our service to EU countries. In special circumstances we may extend the service outside of the EU.
What are your payment methods?
For existing customers, with a credit account, our terms are 30 days. For customers without an account, payment is usually required prior to the repair unit being returned. The following payment methods are accepted: -
Cheque, BACS or Paypal (we can send you a Paypal invoice). In certain circumstances we can accept direct payment by credit card via our sister company (TV Bay).
How long will a repair take?
This is dependent on the nature of the repair (we may be subject to lead times for components ordered for the repair) and our current work load. It will generally be between 3 and 15 days from receipt of the unit.
Are there any customs issues?
There are no customs issues for clients within the EU. All non-EU customers must contact us for detailed shipping instructions.
In the event that repair is not possible, can you supply a replacement PSU?
This depends on the individual supply. We are able to offer a variety of both standard "off the shelf" and custom power solutions. We do not currently engage in manufacturing PSU's ourselves.
Can you supply parts, circuit diagrams (schematics) or help me repair my own PSU?
No. We do not sell electronic components and are unable to disclose product information.
Do you repair any other type of equipment?
Yes, another section of our company (Effect Systems) has many years experience in the broadcast equipment and scientific repair arenas. Please contact us for further information.
Unfortunately it is rarely economically viable to repair standard PC and other domestic PSUs on a one-off basis. We are only willing to consider repairing such supplies on a quantity of contract basis.
At our discretion – There may be a fee for the disposal of some equipment .
PSU Repair.com can be contacted via the details at the top of the page, or emailed via the links below. When communicating via email, please state in your message the country where you are resident.
Alternatively, please use the web form below :-
AAK Ablerex Absopulse ACBel AC DCAcme Electric Corp ADFE Advance Acon Inc Actopian Agilent Akasa AJPowerAlpha Power Alfatronix American Hi Voltage American Power Conversion Analytical Systems Anoma Corp. Antec AOpen Analytical Systems APC Apple Applied Kilovolts API Arch Argus Technologies Arnold Magnetics Artseyn AstecAstrodyne ATandT Autec Power Argus Technologies APtronic Autronice
BarcoBasler Electric Co Bear Power Supplies Behlman Electronics Bellus PSUs Benning Power Supplies BC Power Systems BIAS BK Precision BluTek Power Bosch Boschert Power Supplies Brandner Brown Engineering Brandenburg Bulgin BTC Power
CAEN Technologies Calex CanonCherokee CD+D Technologies Celestica Celetron Chloride Power Codegen Coldwatt Power Supplies Cincon Electronic Cisco Comet Antennas Compaq Computer Products CondorConversion Devices Convertec Corning Cosel USA Inc Coutant Coutant Lambda Craftec Crouzet CUI Inc
Daren Electronics Danica Data Power Datel DEC Dell Delta Electronics Inc. Delta Elektronika BV Delta Energy Systems Deltron Inc. Densei Lambda Dewalt Digital Power Corp DTK Dynapower USA
Eaton Ecopac Efore Elba Electric Elco Elgar Eltek Emerson Electric Emerson Network Power Elpac Emacs EOS Epson Ericsson Ericsson Power Modules Europower Euphonix Excelsys Technologies Exel Tech Enlight Corp. ETA-USA
Fabrimex Farnell FDK Corp Ferrus Flextronic Friwo Fujitsu
Gambro Glassman German Power Global Power Corporation Globtek Gould Gresham
Harmer + Simmons Hewlett-Packard HC Power Hitatchi High Tech HiTek Power Inc. Hitron HP Huntkey
IBMInstek ITT Instruments IST ITT Power Supplies IMO Precision Controls Integrated Power InternationalRectifier Invensys
Jasper Electronic Jema Jerome Industries Jeta Joule Power, Inc.
Kaiser Systems KDK Power Supplies Kenwood KEC Keyser Kepco Kings Hill Electronic
Lambda Lambda Coutant Lambda Europe Lanier LH Research Lite-On Liebert Lucent
Magnetic Peripherals Inc. Magna-power Electronics Magnetek Mascot Marconi Matsushita Martek Power MDIMeanwell Melcher Melco Modular Devices Micom Mighty Power Supply MIL Electronics Inc. Mil Power Source
MTM Power Multicomp Murata Power Solutions
N2power NEC Nemic Lambda Nedap Power Supplies Newport Novell
Olivetti Omega Omron Omron Industrial Automation Onan OneStop Systems
Packard Bell Panasonic Philips Philhong Phoenix Contact Polyamp PDS Design Solutions Pifco ElectronicsPioneer Magnetics Plessey Power Box Powertec Powertek Powersource Powersolve Power Controls Inc. Power Mate / Pduke Power Line Power One Power Stax Powertec Power Ten Converter Pro-V Switching PRT PULS
Racal Rantec Power Reflex Power Ricoh RLTECH Inc. RO Associates Roal Electronics
Seasonic Schroff ShindengenSalcomp Sanmina Sanyo Sanken Electric Schneider Electric Telemecanique Sun-Korea Electronic Sunpower Skynet Electronics Siemens Sierracin Silicon_graphics SL Power Sola/ Hevi-Duty
Sony Sorenson Sparkle Power Inc. Specialix Spellman HV Standard Power Standard Power STMicroelectronics
Stontronics Switching Power Synqor
Tamura TDK TDK Lambda Technical Devices Tectrol Telrad Texas Instruments Todd Toshiba Total Power Transistor Devices Traco Traco Power Tri-Mag TDI TPI TRUMPower Tyco Electronics
Ulveco. Uniflex Unipower Corp. Unisys Universal Microelectronis UPS
Vasco Vero Vicor Vistek Voigt And Haeffner Volgen VolexVolex
Weir Weyrad Wayne Kerr Weir Lambda
XP Power Xentek Xerox XP Xyratex