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Mar 09, 2010, 08:16 PM
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514W 12V 42A power


use IBM X345 Power for Hyperion EOS0615 DUO3 so .... Good!



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Mar 09, 2010, 10:29 PM
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Mine's gonna be bigger!! Actually TWO of the following, running in parallel. Over 100A at 12v.



Mar 09, 2010, 10:58 PM
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oh Cool 12C/54A so good!
Mar 09, 2010, 11:06 PM
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EOS0615 DUO3 needs more than 14.5V to give you the full 180W per port. I'm afraid you'll be getting less from that charger if using a 12V power supply.
Mar 10, 2010, 09:13 AM
Use the 4S Luke
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Right but it only drops output by about 12%. So it depends on what your charging whether or not 12V input has an effect. For example if you only need 100W out of the charger 12V input is fine.

If y'all look in my blog I show how to get 24V. I have 4 Duos and charge 6S 5,000 packs from time to time so 24V is handy.
Mar 10, 2010, 09:34 AM
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johngb

mind posting details on getting it to turn on and such. First time I have seen a IBM X345.
Feb 09, 2012, 08:36 AM
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please :-)


Hi it'a a old post but... I own a pair of these, could you please tell me the pins that I have to short? the picture insn't clear
thanks

ppierluigi
Feb 09, 2012, 10:34 AM
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ok solved


a1 d3

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Feb 22, 2012, 10:22 AM
Frankenstein recycled packs
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Originally Posted by everydayflyer View Post
johngb

mind posting details on getting it to turn on and such. First time I have seen a IBM X345.
Same here. I have 2 to convert, hopefully today, but need to know what pins to short...

Rick
Feb 22, 2012, 03:09 PM
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I did not understand the a1 and d3 in post #8 above.

To make searches easier for others I will put all label info here.

The label shows:
Model: ARTESYN 7000758 - 0000 REV A.
FRU P/N 7000758 - 0002
IBM P/N: 49P2166
IBM FRU P/N: 49P2167
EC NO.: H22799T

Input:
120V - 7 A (Amps)
220V - 3.5 A (Amps)

Output:
+12V 42A
+5V 2.0A
Maximum continuous output is 514 watts.

Should be the same for the IBM X345 as the pictures above looks the same as my unit.
Place the power supply as shown in picture above.
Top row, third pin from left (PIN3) will tie with the bottom left pin, the short pin (PIN13).
I have not put a load on it yet but the 12V DC is active and the green DC LED on the front lights up. Also, the fan runs slow at all times 120V / 240 volts is applied but it speeds up some when these pins are tied together.

Rick
Jul 06, 2012, 08:18 AM
...muy bien...
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Seems to be a nice PS because of size, weight and output of 12V@42A and 5V@2A with up to 514W output.

To me it's not clear where the pins needs to become shortened. Counting from where? Can you supply a foto?

Has anybody modified this PSU to bind two units together for 24V?

Is it possible to add some electronics to fetch other voltage as well in order to use this as a more universal power source?
Last edited by rcgchris; Jul 06, 2012 at 09:24 AM.
Jul 06, 2012, 08:25 AM
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Seems to be a nice PS because of size, weight and output of 12V@42A and 5V@2A with up to 514W peak.

To me it's not clear where the pins needs to become shortened. Counting from where? Can you supply a foto?

Has anybody modified this PSU to bind two units together for 24V?

Is it possible to add some electronics to fetch other voltage as well in order to use this as a more universal power source?
I got two of these from feathermerchant a while back and previously was floating the AC ground to run 24V but just modified it using some instructions from him to isolate the DC side instead. Here's the instructions:

https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show...&postcount=431

The pins to short are in the little grid on the back to the side of the main connections. I would have to look at it when I get home to see which pins are shorted and compare to what someone gave above.

As for other voltages these are really designed to just be 12V supplies mostly I think. That's the advantage over a desktop power supply.
Jul 06, 2012, 09:34 AM
...muy bien...
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I was previously floating the AC ground to run 24V, but just modified it using some instructions from him to isolate the DC side instead. Here's the instructions:



The pins to short are in the little grid on the back to the side of the main connections. I would have to look at it when I get home to see which pins are shorted and compare to what someone gave above.
Thanks a lot! I hope to see the picture from yours to find the right pins as well.
Jul 06, 2012, 10:40 AM
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I'll stress this mod is not for the unskilled. Highly recommend using a good flux to solder to the trace as getting it to stick is extremely difficult and though it doesn't look that cramped it suddenly gets smaller when you try and stick a soldering iron in there.
Jul 05, 2013, 02:05 PM
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Originally Posted by johngb View Post
use IBM X345 Power for Hyperion EOS0615 DUO3 so .... Good!



Could you please tell me which pins you have connected? I can only see that one is the third from left in the upper line. Which one is the another pin.

Thanks!

Edit:

Got it: Top row, third pin from left (PIN3) will tie with the bottom left pin, the short pin (PIN13).
Last edited by heckmic; Jul 05, 2013 at 02:13 PM.


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