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04-24-2009 03:55 AM  9 years agoPost 1
SpaKing111

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Well I am backing out from getting a nitro L, but, I have decided to go all out with 500 size electric J. I hope I am making the right decision. SO after a little research I plan on getting the following setup for my collection;

Cellpro 10s, probably get the USB adapter as well.

I want to use the e-flite 3.0 Amp Power Supply, 100-240V AC-12V DC (from b400) as my indoor power supply and get a deep cycle battery for the field.

I don’t know how but I want to run x2 3s 2200mah batteries in a series, so I have a universal power source.

For electronic I plan on using the GY 401 w/ 9254 on the tail w/ HS-5245MG’s for cyclic, Dx6i, and an AR6200 DSM2 6-channel or AR6100 DSM2 receiver.

As for the actually heli this is all going on my choices are the Trex 500, Swift 16, and the Swift 550. I would likely get the helicopter in a combo w/ motor and ESC.

What do you guys think, how do you run batteries in a series, am I missing anything?

2/3 months and counting down

Scott

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04-24-2009 04:51 AM  9 years agoPost 2
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A 3 amp power supply is going to seriously limit what you can do with that Cellpro 10S! A 36W supply and a 250W charger!

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04-24-2009 05:20 AM  9 years agoPost 3
SpaKing111

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I don't dont know must about batteries or chargers. If I got the 13.8 VDC, 28A (max) Power Supply Part Number: PS13.8V28A-BP with the Cellpro ($129.95 ) does it come with a wall adapter, I couldn't find the info.

And how do you run batteries in a series?

Thanks

Scott

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04-24-2009 06:52 AM  9 years agoPost 4
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PS13.8V28A-BP is a good choice for the Cellpro 10S. The power supply is about the size of 2 house bricks and will plug into the wall using the same type of power cord as you'll find on the back of any desktop computer. It does the same job as the wall adapter that comes with some less powerful chargers.

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