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Current Draw?

Does anyone know the current draw of 2 x cdj2000 and a djm2000?

im adding power into my roadcase and wanna make sure im gettin it right?

am i right in saying

djm2000 = 40 watts

cdj2000 = 28 watts

so

  • 40/230= 0.178A
  • 28/230= 0.12A

and a 3A fuse will suffice for all 3 units?

Nick Hilton

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from the site it says:

DJM2000 - 42 W

CDJ2000- 28 W

 

you talking about a UPS (battery backup)?

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yes to your added info, there is no way all 3 are pulling more then 3amps in my opinion

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Smashin cheers fella i just thought i would double check my math.

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yeah, dont blame ya, I went through the same thing when I wanted to add a ups to my case, I know the djm900 and cdj2000's can't draw that much because on a very small ups, the units can stay on battery for almost 15 minutes which is pretty cool

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Quoted from this old post:

It's actually less than rated wattage, they stamp the back with the PEAK wattage use, not continuous average.

Here's what my tests revealed... I connected each player and tested them across 3 categories:

  • On (idle)
  • On (CD loaded and playing)
  • Off

All units had insignificant usage, if any, when turned off, so I'm reporting them all as "about zero" for that category.

Product - Idle - CD read

CDJ-2000 - 13W - 19W

CDJ-900 - 17W - 20W

CDJ-1000MK1 - 18W - 28W

CDJ-800MK1 - 10W - 13W

CDJ-400 - 8W - 11W

CDJ-200 - 5W - 8W

As you can see, the biggest hog of the bunch is the CDJ1000MK1, but I never even had it peak near the rated 33W level.

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