Antec Basiq BP350P User Manual

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Models: BP350, BP350P

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Antec Basiq User’s Manual

ATX12V version 2.01 power supply

Models: BP350/BP350P

Antec Basiq series power supplies are built to be compatible with the ATX12V version 2.01 specification. They include dual 12V output circuitry that delivers safer and more reliable output to your system’s components, as well as higher energy efficiency, which reduces power consumption by up to 25%, saving you money on your electricity bill. In addition we’ve included a variety of protective circuitry: OPP (Over Power Protection), OVP (Over Voltage Protection), and SCP (Short Circuit Protection).

Passive Power Factor Correction (applicable only to models designed for sale in the European Union): BP350P designed for the EU include Power Factor Correction (PFC) circuitry in accordance with European standard regulation code EN61000-3-2.

Power Switch: This power supply comes with a main power switch. Make sure you turn the switch to the ON ( I ) position before you boot up your computer for the first time. In normal operation there is no need to turn the switch to the OFF

(O) position since the power supply is equipped with a soft on/off feature which turns your computer on and off through the soft switch on your computer case. You may need to turn the switch to the OFF position occasionally should your computer crash and you cannot shut it down through use of the soft switch.


1.Turn off the hard switch on your power supply if any.

2.Open your computer case. Follow the directions provided in your case manual.

3.Disconnect all power connectors from the motherboard and from the peripheral devices such as case fans, hard drives, optical drives, floppy drives, etc.

4.Disconnect the power cord from your old power supply.

5.Remove the existing power supply from your computer case and replace it with your new Antec power supply.

6.Note (NOT applicable to models designed for the European Union): Before you install your new power supply, check the red power supply voltage switch setting. It should match your local power voltage (115V for North America, Japan, etc., 230V for Europe, South East Asia, and many other countries). Change the voltage setting if necessary. If you use the wrong voltage setting, you could damage your system and void your warranty.

7.Turn the hard switch on the Antec power supply to the OFF position and connect the AC power cord to the power supply.

8.Connect the 24-pinMain Power Connector and the

4-pin+12V connector to your motherboard as needed. If your motherboard uses a20-pinconnector; detach the4-pinattachment on the24-pinpower connector, see pictures 1 and 2.Note: the detachable4-pinsection cannot be used in place of the4-pin+12V connector.

Picture 1

Picture 2

9.Connect the peripheral power connectors to devices such as hard drives, optical drives, etc.

10.Connect the Serial ATA connectors if you are using Serial ATA hard drive.

11.Close your computer case.


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Version 1.0.6 05/04/2006