Sky RC eFuel 50A 1200W Power Supply

Brand: SkyRC

Part Number: SCH-SK-200015

£256.49 Web Price RRP £269.99

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With 1200W outputs, adjustable output voltage from 15-30V and active PFC, it is the most advanced power supply you will find anywhere. 1200W of output is ideal for a variety of high powered chargers, and three outputs allow you to simultaneously operate multiple chargers or other devices. An

With 1200W outputs, adjustable output voltage from 15-30V and active PFC, it is the most advanced power supply you will find anywhere. 1200W of output is ideal for a variety of high powered chargers, and three outputs allow you to simultaneously operate multiple chargers or other devices.

An input voltage range of 100-240V makes it ready for worldwide compatibility with no setting required, and the DC output voltage is flexible: simply turn the dial to adjust the voltage to suit your setup-digital readouts give you an instant look at your output voltage and current.

Active power factor correction and a compact frame make this a great power supply to take to the field and use with a generator.

 

 

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eFUEL 1200W/50A Regulated Power Supply Hello , I’m looking at purchasing the above but I’m trying to workout the following. . The SKYRC efuel power supply is 15/30 volts output and the SKYRC Power distributor is 6/18volts input. . If you have various devices ie motor testers etc at between 6 & 18 volts do you set the SKYRC efuel to 18 volts to match the SKYRC Power Distributor & then the SKYRC Power Distributor outputs the power to the various DC devices ie trie warmers ,pit lights etc to match there input voltages. Hope this makes sense. Many Thanks Neil.
Asked by Neil Whilton on 7th September 2020

If the distributor has a max input of 18v, then they should not set the PSU to any higher than 18v.
Depending on what is being connected to the distributor, 18v may be more than required, but they should certainly not go above 18v or that will risk overloading the distributor.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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