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Sep 01, 2003, 02:52 AM
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270-1809 Is the part number - And it just barely fits in lengthwise.

It is plastic but it comes with a plastic and metal screw down cover.
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Sep 01, 2003, 11:13 AM
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In the initial post, there's a picture in the bottom left corner, showing a pot on the end of the supply, labelled "Voltage Adjust".

What is the adjustable output range of the supply?

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Sep 01, 2003, 11:38 AM
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What is the adjustable output range of the supply?
I played with this, the range was about 9.5v - 15v. It will go higher than 15 volts but the PS shuts itself off beyond 15v.
Sep 01, 2003, 12:37 PM
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Bummer, I need one to go down to 7.2V
Sep 01, 2003, 08:09 PM
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Is shipping free to Hawaii too?
Sep 02, 2003, 07:38 PM
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Sorry lower 48 only, Add $3 for Hawaii
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Sep 02, 2003, 07:48 PM
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Sep 04, 2003, 12:37 AM
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Sep 05, 2003, 10:45 PM
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a few questions on supply connections


Would some one please be a little more specific on the connections for these supplies.
1. For the AC, does it matter which of the 2 AC wires from the AC power plug go to AC(L) or ACin?

2. Why are there two +V and two -V terminals. I assume I use one +v and one -1 for my charger. Are there two independent DC outputs each of which I can connect a charger to?

3.I guess the S terminals never need to be used. Is that correct?

4.Is a cooling fan needed.
Sep 06, 2003, 03:23 AM
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Re: a few questions on supply connections


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Originally posted by dadspet
Would some one please be a little more specific on the connections for these supplies.
1. For the AC, does it matter which of the 2 AC wires from the AC power plug go to AC(L) or ACin?
No, but make sure you use a grounding cord/plug.

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2. Why are there two +V and two -V terminals. I assume I use one +v and one -1 for my charger. Are there two independent DC outputs each of which I can connect a charger to?
No, but as long as you are under the maximum amps, you can connect several chargers (at the same voltage usually 13.8) to the same terminals.

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3.I guess the S terminals never need to be used. Is that correct?
Correct for our use for R/C hobbies.

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4.Is a cooling fan needed.
Not generally, but it depends how many amps you will be pulling from the unit. I so far have only pulled 5 amps max. If you hook two chargers up, I would sugget monitoring the power supply to see how hot it gets. Adding a 12 volt dc or a 120 volt AC computer fan wwould be easy.
Sep 06, 2003, 08:30 AM
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on/off switch?


hi,

is there an on/off switch or button on the unit? didn't see one.....thanks
Sep 06, 2003, 09:14 AM
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I got mine this week and it works great. I'm using a Supernova charger and the charger gets warmer than the power supply.

I also talked to Sue at Ramboy and she said she's going to get their tech person to type up a short post on how to hook these up, which will be nice for the beginner.

Lucas

Not associated with Ramboy in any way except the power supply.
Sep 06, 2003, 12:00 PM
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Re: on/off switch?


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hi,

is there an on/off switch or button on the unit? didn't see one.....thanks
No switch, no power cord. This is definitely a DIY power supply. But it is easy to DIY. Just get a grounded power cord. Stip the insultion of of the end of the wires for about 3/8". Then screw the correct wires to the power in connector screws. If you want a switch you could add an "in-cord" switch or a toggle switch.

I got a small project box and a lighted 120Volt toggle switch from Radioshack. As soon as I have some time I am going to use the project box to cover the contacts on the end of the power supply and mount the on off toggle switch and possibly a 120 volt AC or 12 volt DC fan on the side grating of the power supply. I'll take pictures and post it here with part numbers.
Sep 07, 2003, 09:33 PM
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Power Supply


Hi,will take 10 of them!Will PayPal funds.

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Sep 08, 2003, 06:41 AM
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Got Mine


Received my PS Saturday. Just happened to still have my old micro wave that I replaced and used the cord from it on the PS. Worked like a champ! What a bargain!
Our field has electrical hookups- no more heavy batteries at the field!

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