|Nov 29, 2002, 10:15 AM|
Parallel Power supplies
I've got an Astro power supply. It can't supply enough current when I have all my chargers in use.
Can I hook up two of these in parrallel?
|Nov 29, 2002, 05:08 PM|
Why parallel? Just plug your chargers in to two seperate sources. Maybe I just don't understand. I'm running two power suppies as I write, but not in parallel. Tex.
OK, I'm a slow writer, T.
|Nov 29, 2002, 06:15 PM|
I should have explained more. It's one charger with two outputs. A schultz. The primary output can feed a 20 cell pack at up to 10 amps. Not that I fly 20 cell packs anymore. I also have an FMA charger. That is, if it ever gets back from repair.
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