I've been listening to the pinexpo talks from this year, and one of the guys mentions a new, lighter pinball power supply. He was talking about Skit-B using a 60 pound power supply and made it sound like the person had a source for a 70V supply, high current, and low cost. From an EE standpoint, it should be very easy to do, but I can't seem to find any links on the web for the new supply. Right now, my method (thanks to Joe for pointing out the website to me) involves attaching a bunch of PC power supplies together, and I only go up to 48V. I have bought a couple of 48V power supplies off ebay, and they only produce about 3A continuously. I can parallel them to get more current, but again, too many gets prohibitively expensive.
I'm assuming the power supply rectifies the voltage, and then uses a buck converter to lower the voltage down to the 70V. Does anybody have any leads on what they guy was talking about? Thanks in advance.