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Old 06-09-2011, 01:44 AM   #1
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I purchased 2 Cellpro Powerlab 8 V2 chargers with this grand vision of running 2 of them on a couple of server power supplies, after doing some some real investigation it turns out i would not use the full power of one unit let alone 2
I am going to sell one unit and keep the other,
This was purchase very recently locally here in Melbourne
Comes with all the original packaging, receipt and as you would imaging as new condition
$200 pick more then welcome
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Hi all
I purchased 2 Cellpro Powerlab 8 V2 chargers with this grand vision of running 2 of them on a couple of server power supplies, after doing some some real investigation it turns out i would not use the full power of one unit let alone 2
I am going to sell one unit and keep the other,
This was purchase very recently locally here in Melbourne
Comes with all the original packaging, receipt and as you would imaging as new condition
$200 pick more then welcome
Is this still available - if it is I will buy it.
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codys,
Apologies if that this is not a For Sale posting, but what is the problem in terms of a suitable power supply?
I appreciate that a power supply connected directly to the AC mains is likely to be expensive, but as a cheaper alternative is there no option of running off a 12V lead acid car battery or better still a deep discharge leisure battery used in caravans and boats?
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codys,

I appreciate that a power supply connected directly to the AC mains is likely to be expensive, but as a cheaper alternative is there no option of running off a 12V lead acid car battery or better still a deep discharge leisure battery used in caravans and boats?
Tony
Yup, a 120 Amp Hour deep cycle battery will power these high power chargers fairly well. However that comes at a high cost with short life of those deep cycle batteries. They don't like having 50 Amps pulled out of them!

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