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Nov 26, 2017, 12:55 AM
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4 port MPA adapter


I recently purchased one of your new 4 port MPA adapters with the XT60 connectors and was not able to hook it up to my Cellpro 10XP charger, which is also new.

It came with the adapter to hook up the batteries to the charger, but there is no way to plug the adapter itself into the charger. The piggyback power connectors are too big to plug into the charger.

Is there an adapter to enable this to happen? According to your website, it says it comes with the necessary cables to hook it to a Cellpro 10XP charger, but I'll be damned if I can see how to do it with the cables that came with it.

If there is an adapter available, why was it not sent with it?

Can you please assist?

Regards,

Dennis
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Nov 26, 2017, 02:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Dennis 9412
I recently purchased one of your new 4 port MPA adapters with the XT60 connectors and was not able to hook it up to my Cellpro 10XP charger, which is also new.

It came with the adapter to hook up the batteries to the charger, but there is no way to plug the adapter itself into the charger. The piggyback power connectors are too big to plug into the charger.

Is there an adapter to enable this to happen? According to your website, it says it comes with the necessary cables to hook it to a Cellpro 10XP charger, but I'll be damned if I can see how to do it with the cables that came with it.

If there is an adapter available, why was it not sent with it?

Can you please assist?

Regards,

Dennis
Just use a knife or pair of scissors to circle around the plastic sheath to cut through and remove it. The covers provide extra protection when used with the Powerlab or GT chargers, but wont work for all models.
Nov 27, 2017, 11:09 PM
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Just use a knife or pair of scissors to circle around the plastic sheath to cut through and remove it. The covers provide extra protection when used with the Powerlab or GT chargers, but wont work for all models.
Thank You Revokelly,

That worked like a charm!!

Everything is hunky-dory now.

Regards,

Dennis
May 08, 2018, 05:07 PM
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4p mpa


Hi there,

I am having some trouble understanding how my 4P MPA ( XT 60 Power Connector) plugs into my Cellpro 10XP charger.

I am trying to parallel charge 3- A123 batteries and can't make it work for me.

I have changed the default wiring mode to XH wiring in the programming mode.

How am I supposed to have the MPA wired to the charger?

I am hooking the main pack leads of the MPA to the outer poles of the charger, and the balance charging leads from the MPA into both channel 1 and 2 of the charger. When I push the start button the charger says that channel 1 has no pack. What am I doing wrong?

Can someone post a photo of how it should be hooked up? This is not a very user friendly charger, or maybe I'm an idiot?

Can someone please help me?

Regards,

Dennis
Last edited by Dennis 9412; May 09, 2018 at 06:02 PM.
May 10, 2018, 04:07 PM
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May 11, 2018, 10:40 AM
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Hi Dennis,

Please send me an e-mail and I will assist you, jamie@revolectrix.com.


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