High-quality Atari XL/XE replacement power supply unit (PSU). Designed specifically for Atari XL/XE systems to preserve them in a pristine condition for years to come. Stabilized +5V/2.0A DC ensure continued error-free operation of your Atari XL/XE. Robust and sturdy chassis with LED-illumination and different styles and colors to chose from. Fully fused and electrically protected, with round DIN7 plug matching the original Atari XL/XE PSU pinout.
$49.99 / €45.99
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Gross weight (inc. packaging):
0.5kg / 1.1 lbs
Size (inc. connectors):
125mm x 59mm x 42mm
Atari XL/XE systems have sold in over 3 million units worldwide, an impressive number even by today's standards. However, unlike modern computers, tablets, and smartphones, a considerable number of Atari XL/XE systems are still operational over 30 years after being introduced to the public. In proper hands they have a chance of surviving another 30 years. Yet a common failure among Atari XL/XE systems is the power supply. This is specifically why we have designed a replacement Atari XL/XE PSU. This series of power supplies gives your system a fresh start, minimizing the risk of damage due to an ageing factory power supply.
The Atari XL/XE PSU was designed from scratch as a high-quality replacement for the original Atari XL/XE power supply. It contains internal an internal +5V/2.0A switching power modules, fully protected and isolated. The power supply has a sturdy custom-made chassis with an elegant LED-illuminated logo.
The Atari XL/XE power supply has a chassis design called Modern (as opposed to our C64 Classic series), and resembles a modern power supply with a slick shape of 125 mm x 59 mm x 42 mm (5.0" x 2.3" x 1.6"). The Atari XL/XE PSU chassis are available in colors black and gray.
All our power supplies are available in black and light gray. The performance between both types doesn't differ, it's a matter of taste. The LED and OLED displays (depending on the version) are generally black with white illumination, being more pronounced on the gray edition and giving an interesting color combination. On the other hand the LED/OLED display blends in the black version better, being barely visible when not powered. If at the point of purchase you are uncertain about the item version in the cart, please drop us a message with the desired chassis style, color, plug type and voltage (US/EU/UK/AU).
The development of our series of Commodore, Amiga, Sinclair, Atari, Coleco, and TI power supplies has been driven by a sense of sentiment for retro-computing, combined with accuracy and dedication in creating electrical equipment to be proud of. It goes without saying, that the electronics has been designed by skilled professionals, thoroughly tested, and improved based on years of feedback from thousands of users. However, we have also put a lot of effort into the visual appearance of our power supplies. We design and manufacture our own enclosures with CNC and injection molding technologies. The LED and OLED panels are carved from PMMA to give a modern appearance to the power supplies. Hundreds of hours of designing and perfecting have been put into these devices, to create not only a safe and robust power supply, but also a satisfying visual improvement to your system.
The original Atari XL/XE power supplies are very hard to get by these days, and often pose a reliability or even safety threat. As for other replacement power supplies, most are based on cheap imported 5V power supplies, lacking basic quality and safety features.
Our Atari XL/XE PSU is designed to be safe for the user, and safe for the computer. It's protected from over-current and over-voltage, and fused on both the AC and DC sides. Nevertheless, it's mandatory to say that this is a 120/230V AC power device, which should not be opened, tampered with, or used for anything else than powering an unmodified Atari XL/XE computer. It's intended for indoor usage only, the maximum rated current should not be exceeded, and proper ventilation should be ensured. For reference, a picture of the opened power supply is shown below.