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03-31-2012 12:49 AM  7 years ago
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spoolemup

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Cisco ws-x4008-DC power Supply
Has anyone used a Cisco ws-x4008-dc Power Supply?
If so, what are the pin outs to the board for best use as for a Charger? It also goes by the part # 35-0873-01

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03-31-2012 03:47 PM  7 years ago
GetToDaChopper

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does it have a voltage and amperage rating on it ? it looks like a monster power supply !     ▲
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03-31-2012 05:23 PM  7 years ago
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Its not crazy big like I've see some others out there.
Its a 100-240volt Input - 12V DC @ 33.3 Amps output 400Watts
Approx Dim 11 x 4.5 x 3.5 inches (not including handel)
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03-31-2012 10:03 PM  7 years ago
GetToDaChopper

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oh, it looked like it might be one of those powerful server power supplies that have a output of around 24 volts at 75 amps or something like that......     ▲
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03-31-2012 10:10 PM  7 years ago
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that have a output of around 24 volts at 75 amps or something like that......
I'm running a pair of Dells that produce 1800 watts at 24v, that's 75 amps Its powerful enough to run my 720 super duo plus two smaller chargers.

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03-31-2012 10:13 PM  7 years ago
TheWoodCrafter

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what are the pin outs to the board
That is always the trick.

Try looking through this post to see if anyone else has figured it out -

http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1292514
Thanks, TheWoodCrafter
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04-01-2012 01:10 AM  7 years ago
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most chargers that i myself know of really can't take advanage of input power of more than 50 amps or so, if your power supply is say a 18.0 volt at 100 amp, that not going to allow a lets say "power lab 8" to output its full capacity of 1344 watts, for that it would requier the input power to be at least 24 volts at 50.0 amps minimum......
I'm running a pair of Dells that produce 1800 watts at 24v, that's 75 amps
Ya thats more than mine, mine has two Dell server PS running at 12.9 volts 43 amps each and tied together puts out 25.8 volts and 1100 watts going to a Cell Pro Power Lab 6 which allows it to run very near it's full capacity if needed ! (to be easier on the power supplys they should have a output of around 30 volts and 1300 watts together or more) but the one i have is far more than i'll ever need or could afford battery wise and it's fairly small to boot ! lol
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