|May 02, 2005, 03:26 PM|
Power Supply for Battery Charger
I have for sale several power supplies that can be used in a battery charging system. These power supplies are manufactured by Celestica Corp and have been discontinued. All of these PS are brand NEW.
This is a configurable power supply. The power supply contains four independent modules/outputs. Each module/output can be used by itself or placed in series with other another modules to increase the overall output voltage.
Modules available for your custom configuration:
A: 5V @ 35A
B: 5V @ 12A
C: 3.3V @ 35A
K: 2.0V @ 12A
Each output can be adjusted +/-10% from the nominal voltage listed here.
Tell me what output voltage you would like (anywhere from 2V thru 20V).
Or, for example, you could request a power supply with the modules AACC in series (which would provide 16.6 V @ 35A).
Iím offering to sell these power supplies and modules (to your specified configuration) until they are gone.
For the most part, the Power Supply is an over kill for charging batteries.
*Note: these power supplies do not include an AC line cord.
Celestica 5000 Series Modular Power Supply
Input: 100/115/230 VAC
500W Maximum Output Power
Detailed specs available upon request.
These are For Sale at $29.99 plus actual shipping costs. PAYPAL accepted (non-credit card only).
My EBay has 100% positive feedback, username=curiousgeorges
|May 12, 2005, 10:27 PM|
Myrtle Beach, SC
Joined Apr 2005
Trader Rating: 6
I ordered one of these power supplies from Curiousgeorges, and WOW! Was I really pleasantly surprised when it arrived today. Having been an EE and Advanced class Ham radio operator for over 30 years... I know power supplies, and this one is extremely well regulated, and rock solid at 14.2 V even under load (within .01 volt per my digital VOM meter!) . 35AMPS capacity is awesome, as this will power eveything I have that needs a 12V car battery. I'm using it now as the power source for my Triton charger and it is working perfect. And the Triton charger is pretty picky about it's input voltage to ensure it gets a clean source with the right voltage (this is one of Triton's strong safety features, which I really like). I am a happy HeliDave! :-)
By the way.... I get nothing for this post from the seller, but thought others might like to know this is a great deal, on a rock solid high current stable power supply if you need one. And also, these sold new for over $350 I believe.
Curiousgeorges, thanks for the fast shipping, great new product, configured like I requested @14.2V @ 35Amps, and works perfectly for an incredible price! He even sent me the PDF version of the manuals for these supplies with the specs, etc.
Sincere Thanks! :-) :-) :-)
|May 27, 2005, 07:08 PM|
Bloomington Monroe Cty, Indiana, United States
Joined Jul 2003
Trader Rating: 33
Got mine a couple days ago and man what a difference in multiple charger applications. I had 2-tritons charging at 4 amps each,2-gws mc2002 charging at 3 amps each and a hobbico quick field charger charging 2- batterys at 2 amps each and not even a hiccup. Before when I used a pyramid 10 amp power supply I had to be careful to run the 2 tritons at less than 4 amps each or it would get hot and the tritons would shut down due to insuffient voltage,not now! Last night I had 6 batteries charging all at once, GREAT POWER SUPPLY
Thanks Curiousgeorges, Rick
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