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  1. Hi, I need to purchase a replacement power supply for a Xilinx Eval Board (the ZCU102). I came across the following Xilinx Answer Record (AR #67507): https://www.xilinx.com/support/answers/67507.html. This Answer Record is currently saying that a power supply can be purchased through Digilent. I have looked up the part numbers listed (6003-300-000, PW174KB1251, PW174KB1251FXX) on the Digilent website, but they do not show up. The only thing I found which came close was the following, but it seems to have a PCIe pinout and specifically says "Not for use with Xilinx® development boards": https://store.digilentinc.com/60w-pcie-12v-5a-power-supply/. Can you please provide a Digilent link to the replacement power supply for the ZCU102? Thanks, aRH
  2. I think this power supply is capable for Xilinx EK-U1-ZCU102-G. There is "Japan export version" called EK-U1-ZCU102-G-J which isn't include Digilent 6003-300-000. I don't know why. Is it any issue(Certificate?) or tech issue there? I personally guess power plug is 3 ways for US version. (I know it's simply pulled off Ground pin(not recommend) or attach to 2 way converter shouldn't be no problem) I just wanted to know about it. Dose anybody have an idea? Thanx! Takashi