80W-90W PWM CO2 Laser Power Supply

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This power supply is ideal for 80W-90W CO2 laser tube. Built-in PWM control and analog power control. It works great with Reci W2/S2/Z2 model.

Key Features

  • PWM control or analog control
  • Very stable output
  • Logic High & Low control
  • Water flow protection


  • Input: AC 110V 60Hz +/- 10% (please leave a note if you need 220V model)
  • Laser tube power: 80Watt, 100Watt peak
  • Triggering Voltage: 27KV
  • Operating Voltage: 22KV
  • Current: 28mA max
  • Dimension: 12.4" x 7.7" x 4.02" (315mm x 195mm x 102mm)
  • Weight: 8.4lbs
  • 3pin terminal pinout: G, AC(L), AC(N)
  • 6pin terminal pinout: High, Low, WaterP, Gnd, IN, 5V

    Please see forum for more info about pinout and red test button.


12 months limited warranty


  • 5
    Power Supply Upgrade

    Posted by Mark Stook on Jan 14th 2022

    Very helpful customer support, quality product, Fast delivery and exceptionally well packed. The difference from the power supply that came with my Chinese laser is incredible. Highly recommend!

  • 5
    Power Supply

    Posted by Danny on Jan 5th 2022

    Works great and thanks to Jay in CS. He walked me right through the installation as it turned out to be a little over my head. This is definitely one of the best experiences with customer support I've ever had. I highly recommend these folks.

  • 5

    Posted by Lloyd Washington on Nov 16th 2021

    Outstanding experience!!! Item showed up on the day it was supposed to, the item was packed very well (like they wanted it to be safe and working when I got it) I will only be ordering all my laser items from them, I don't think anyone else could have done it better!!!!! Thank you!!!!!!

  • 5
    Fast Shipping!

    Posted by Danny Montoya on Aug 26th 2021

    I got the power supply the day after I ordered it! Turns out the power supply wasn't the issue with my laser cutter but I'm holding on to it as I already went through one in five years so I'm sure it will happen again. The power supply is a bit too large for my Storm 600 but when the time comes I'll figure out a way to make it fit.