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Old Sep 13, 2014, 02:44 PM
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The DPS600 is very popular, and there is plenty of info on conversion.

It is rated at 500 Watts which will manage a bit under 30 Amps when charging a 4S.

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Hey guys,

Last week I my PC power supply finally decided to stop working so now it is time to build a new "better" power unit.

I only pull about 30amps Max at a time while charging so making a 1000watt supply is most like over kill. Does anyone know of a good supply that is small and quiet? I have been looking at the DPS 1200FB but here in Germany the cheapest I have found is for 70 euros. Are there others that are recommended?
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Old Sep 13, 2014, 03:09 PM
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Thanks, off I go to ebay and see what I can find
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Old Sep 17, 2014, 05:02 AM
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power up HP ML530 570 POWER SUPPLY

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OK, I think I have cracked it.

. . . . . x pwr on

x . x x x . First is short pin enable. Then 3 X gnd - use any of these

. . . . . .

. . . . . .

Grounding the short pin and the pwr on pins gets the fan roaring like a 747! It also produces blade voltages as follows:-

Blade 1 - chassis gnd
Blade 2 - +3.7V (3.3V)
Blade 3 - +12.82 (12V)
Blades 4,5,6 - gnd
Blade 7,8 - +5.48V (5V)

I still have two concerns. According to a sticker on a supply on a web site (it is not on mine) the Status LED is supposed to be steady green if all is well. Mine is not lit. There is only a green AC pwr LED.

Considering that there is only one blade for 12V, I wonder about its current capacity. There is nothing on the PSU to show what the current capability is and I couldn't find anything by googling. It is a 750W supply so it has to be capable of a lot of current from somewhere!

Anyway, some progress has been made. Next step is to test it with a load. I will report back.
With this pin connection the PSU works very well.... thank you
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Old Sep 17, 2014, 06:32 AM
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Actually, I was a bit cryptic there. The PS rating is higher but the effective charger output is 500Watts.

The DPS600 does 47Amps at 12.15V. That's just over 570 Watts. However charger efficiency of say 90% pulls that down to about 500 watts output from the charger.

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The DPS600 is very popular, and there is plenty of info on conversion.

It is rated at 500 Watts which will manage a bit under 30 Amps when charging a 4S.
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Old Sep 27, 2014, 09:03 AM
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is this thread dead? i need some advice with a JD 200 6800 powersupply
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Old Oct 01, 2014, 06:26 AM
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dps 900

Hi to all

I need help to operate the Dps 900CB A

thanks
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Old Oct 04, 2014, 09:46 AM
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Dell Poweredge 1855 1955 PSU AHF-2DC 2100W (12v 175A) Pinout.
Works on 220-240v only.
Is compatible with US home type split-phase 220VAC but be cautious as to the correct wiring of the plug.

All of the important pins are included.

Connect PS On (A5) and PS Kill (B3) to ground to power up.

A5 = PS On
B3 = PS Kill
B2 = 12VS (voltage sense)
C2 = 12VLS (current share)
C4 = 12VS return (voltage sense return)
B4,B5,B6,C5,D5 = 5V
A4,A6,C6,D6 = Ground

Use these pins alone or in combination with one another
to increase 12v output voltage.

B2 to 5v via potentiometer = voltage increase
C4 to 5v via potentiometer = voltage increase
C2 to 5v = voltage increase

OVP = 14.1v
I connect the ps on and ps kill to ground
the power supply comes up for around 10 seconds
with an output of 12.1V but the LED goes orange and the voltage goes to zero.

Can you help me?

Thanks..
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Old Oct 05, 2014, 05:29 AM
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What 4mm banana female plugs to use for a maximum 26Amp (12volt) Power supply?
I guess 12AWG wire will be ok for the job, but it is too thick for the typical plug found in local shops.
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Old Oct 10, 2014, 09:18 AM
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ds850 wont power up? have the pinout and have 2 working units ( saw them working before pulled)

i have the pinout https://www.artesyn.com/power/assets...1210814264.pdf


any help i am stuck??? trying to covert to benchtop power supply
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Old Oct 10, 2014, 10:05 AM
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Hi, I need connect in parallel n3 DPS-8000GB
Do you have full pinout ? or specs ?

I cant find share current pin

P.S. In your opinion, What's best ( 1000-2000w) power supply very popolar on ebay ?


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Old Oct 10, 2014, 09:17 PM
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I have the Astec aa23920l and I know how to turn it on, but the fans don't start up at all. I have the pinouts, I just don't know how to read the description in order to make the fans start up.
If there's anyone who can understand pinout descriptions, can you tell me which pins to connect to turn on the fans?
The way I turn it on is I connect DC_ON# to just the general ground (since connecting it to +12V_RTN doesn't do anything), there's no fans starting up but it's giving out 12.2 volts and the green light for DC out starts up. Any help on turning the fans on will be greatly appreciated! I've attached the PDF file for the pinouts.
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Old Oct 12, 2014, 06:19 PM
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Dell NPS-730AB continued

After following Hubgar's presentation:
http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showp...&postcount=375
I decided to go for 24v.
the first shows that I found it much easier to pull the leds from their sockets rather than struggle with the white connector on the board.
second top view
third bottom view with arrow pointing to the pad that must be insulated from the case to float the ground.
fourth I found that 10awg female push on connectors could grab both blades and fit TIGHT. note only one per as I'm only going to 20amps.
fifth shows top view of another of the screw holes that might be mistaken for a ground connection when it made no difference whether it was connected or not so you might as well put the screw back in.
Last is my series setup, all wires are secured against pullout and it's happily making 26vdc. The precautions given in this thread were duly noted and great care was exercised inside the case. A Hint, you might shrinkwrap your magnetized screwdriver all but the very tip and BE VERY CAREFUL.

Lastly I would like to reiterate that these are very small and the fans are super quiet without any mods. All in all very nice and they were free! Always helps.
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Old Oct 15, 2014, 04:37 AM
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artesyn 7000817 pinout

Hi,

Does anybody know the pinout for PSU artesyn 7000817 pinout?
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