Inside the Box
Opening the box, we find a neatly packed power supply with the linking instructions right on top. The only protection that the power supply receives on the top, bottom and two sides is that of the external box and a small layer of bubble wrap around the power supply. Our unit arrived undamaged, but we don't think that it would survive much abuse in transit.
Jou Jye placed the I/O specification label on the top of the unit.
Both sides feature the same logo for the BW-B620JL.
The usual honeycomb mesh grill covers the back of the unit and surrounds the on/off rocker switch and AC input.
Since there are no modular cables on the Jou Jye unit, there isn't much to talk about here...Except for the lack of a cable guard where the natively wired cables exit the PSU enclosure.
On the bottom we find the 140mm fan cooling the BW-B620JL.
Also included in the box are the AC power cord, mounting screws, user manual, link cable and link cable instructions.
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- Page 2 [The Packaging]
- Page 3 [Inside the Box]
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