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04-28-2013 04:41 AM  5 years agoPost 1
mglenn310

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so i have two HP Proliant DL380 G4 Power Supply DPS600-PB 575W I want to make in to a power supply to run My I-charger 3010b Please help with how to run the leads and how to set them up to be safe.

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04-28-2013 09:24 PM  5 years agoPost 2
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mglenn310,

Be sure to check the Serial numbers against yours (but I believe that mine are the same).

Be sure to check the orientation of the PS themselves (note where the fan intake-duct is located on each PS).

My Power-cords are located at the back (rear), left-hand side (top) of each PS.

This configuration should give you 12V with only the left-hand side PS plugged-in and 24V with both plugged-in

Double-check with a volt/ohm meter before plugging-in your 3010B

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05-01-2013 03:59 AM  5 years agoPost 3
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Here is what i have what did you put in the middle of them should i do the same thing or are they ok like this? sorry kinda stuppied when it comes to this stuff.

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05-01-2013 04:38 AM  5 years agoPost 4
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mglenn310,

Those look to be the same, I don't see anything that varies between my label and yours.

I purchased mine in this configuration, there are two strips of 3M (white) double-sided adhesive-tape between the 2 PS housings, I don't believe that you can run them without having them separated (I may be wrong here (?) but this is how mine arrived from FMRC.com).

You can clearly see (by my pic.'s) where the proper-leads need to be located (first to check voltages, then, you can solder them in (like mine are)).

If you are not knowledgeable of working with this type of equipment, I highly-suggest that you find someone that does have the know-how and will understand the wiring-configuration from my pic.'s.

Not tryin' to beat you up here, just want you to be safe

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05-30-2013 02:42 AM  5 years agoPost 5
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well got them all set to run for RC use but now to figuer out what connectors to use i need to find female ends so my 3010B will plug in to it i guess just bullets and change the ends on my 3010b to match it

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05-30-2013 04:03 PM  5 years agoPost 6
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Missed your post, hope you didn't cut the ends-of your iCharger 3010B yet (?)

The bullets that FMRC installed on my set-up work perfectly with the ends that were on my iCharger 3010B, no-cutting or replacing bullets was needed. 4mm males on the iCharger so as you stated all you need is the 4mm female-bullets (just be sure that the females are deep-enough).

That should just about do it

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05-30-2013 04:16 PM  5 years agoPost 7
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HilliHeli I see in your pic you did not connect the 3 pins. together witch i thought had to be done in order to get them to turn on. are you running it as just a 24v i have mine done fore the option of 12v or 24v charging....

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05-30-2013 05:29 PM  5 years agoPost 8
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I haven't changed anything since receiving the units from FMRC, what I have pictured is exactly the way it was wired from FM.

I'm not certain about the 3-pins needing to be connected, mine turn-on with no-problems in this configuration.

I did check my output-voltage when I first received the units,

If I plug-in the unit on the LH-side (in my pic.'s) I get 12V output

If I plug-in both units I get 24V output

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05-30-2013 06:12 PM  5 years agoPost 9
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ok good to know thank you

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05-30-2013 10:39 PM  5 years agoPost 10
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mglenn310,

See my PM with further instructions

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05-31-2013 12:28 AM  5 years agoPost 11
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You might find this helpful, i found it on RC groups website and did a search for your power supple. There is a picture and diagram bu they have not shown up on my paste.

DPS-600pb ESP135 PSU voltage and fan control.
Whitedg, the DPS-600pb also has these pins.
Use a 1k ohm pot between pins 3 and 9(+12 return sense) to increase voltage above 12v.
Use a 1k ohm pot between pins 5 and 9 to decrease voltage below 12v.
Or use a single 2k-10k pot with the outer legs tied to pins 3 and 5 and the center wiper to pin 9 for voltage adjustment above and below 12v.
I've modified a pic by mrforsyth to show how to do this.
Voltage is adjustable up to 13.8v on this supply. OVP starts at 13.82v.
If the PS shuts down at 13.8v with a load then just back down to a voltage that works for your particular situation.
Short pin 4 to ground to slow fan speed to a minimum or use pot for variable speed.
Once pin 4 is grounded, fan speed will be automatically adjusted based on load and ambient temperature.
Pin 4 is already internally connected to ground on the PS-3601-1C version of the ESP135 series.
Therefore, connect it to +12v to set fan speed to maximum.
Pin 11 is the +12v current share pin.
Short pins 6,8 and 10 together to power up.

265Ω = 13.8v
290Ω = 13.7v
330Ω = 13.6v
370Ω = 13.5v

and so forth..
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