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Mean Well HRP-300 Modular Bulk chargers SOLD OUT.

Post by teslanv » Mar 30, 2015 1:27 pm

These are now sold out.
Thanks!

I made a bulk purchase of Mean Well HRP-300-24 power supplies, and I am offering them to the ES community at excellent pricing. I have a total of about 55 units available, and when they are gone, that's it. All units are New in Box. These will make excellent bulk chargers for your batteries.

http://www.powergatellc.com/pdfs/HRP-300.pdf

$35 each + Shipping.

In comparison, the going rate for these units is $78 Each (Less than 10 units) + Shipping from Powergatellc.com http://pge.powergatellc.com/product_inf ... ts_id/1501

So what is so special about the HRP Series?

Kingfish details his experiences with them here: https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... =4&t=28235

To provide a brief Summary, they include the following features & benefits:
  • CC/CV type power Supply
  • Constant Current Limiting (~14A)
  • Voltage adjustable from 21.6V to 28.8V per unit (PERFECT for 6S LiPo/LiCo/NMC/LiMn configurations)
  • 336W Rated per unit
  • Scalable by connecting multiple units in series. (12S, 14S, 16S, 18S, 20S, 22S, 24S, 28S, 30S, 32S, 34S and higher...)
  • Up to 5 Units in Series can be run off of a single 120V-15A Circuit, assuming there are no other loads on the circuit.
  • For Bulk Charging only. Will not balance individual cells, however they can also power RC balance chargers like the iCharger B206+
Please send me a PM to arrange payment.

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Re: Mean Well HRP-300-24 - 336W 24V Modular Bulk Chargers $3

Post by teslanv » Apr 05, 2015 11:11 am

Time to move these Mean Wells...

Price dropped to $35 each. + Actually shipping.

You guys will not find a better power supply/bulk charger than this.
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Re: Mean Well HRP-300 (336 Watts) Modular Bulk Chargers $35

Post by teslanv » Apr 05, 2015 12:52 pm

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Re: Mean Well HRP-300 (336 Watts) Modular Bulk Chargers $35

Post by skWarDog » Apr 05, 2015 5:47 pm

Do you have any of the HRP-600's?
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Re: Mean Well HRP-300 (336 Watts) Modular Bulk Chargers $35

Post by Ykick » Apr 05, 2015 7:53 pm

teslanv wrote:however they can also power RC balance chargers like the iCharger B106+
Forgive my nit-pick but IME iCharger 106B+ will not operate much above 16V. At least the 2 I've had over the years. 206B+ and other bigger ones can and do work on 24V but not the 106B+.

This is a GREAT deal for MW's...
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Re: Mean Well HRP-300 (336 Watts) Modular Bulk Chargers $35

Post by teslanv » Apr 05, 2015 7:58 pm

Ykick wrote:
teslanv wrote:however they can also power RC balance chargers like the iCharger B106+
Forgive my nit-pick but IME iCharger 106B+ will not operate much above 16V. At least the 2 I've had over the years. 206B+ and other bigger ones can and do work on 24V but not the 106B+.

This is a GREAT deal for MW's...
Ykick, you are right. My mistake. It is the iCharger 206b that can take 24v input.
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Re: Mean Well HRP-300 (336 Watts) Modular Bulk Chargers $35

Post by wineboyrider » Apr 11, 2015 9:26 am

A hyperion 1420 will take 24v.
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Re: Mean Well HRP-300 (336 Watts) Modular Bulk Chargers $35

Post by Alan B » Apr 11, 2015 9:29 am

wineboyrider wrote:A hyperion 1420 will take 24v.
If I remember correctly Hyperion recommends a 750 watt 24 volt supply.

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Re: Mean Well HRP-300 (336 Watts) Modular Bulk Chargers $35

Post by teslanv » Apr 11, 2015 10:57 am

Here is how I set-up My Units for 3-in-series for charging my 18S packs at 75V. I also added taps at each unit for 25V and 50V options for 6S and 12S, if I choose to use only part of the bank of Power Supplies.

This set-up will charge 18S at 75V at ~14A, or about 1050 Watts. For my 18S-32Ah pack of Multistars (2.13KWh) that's a full charge cycle that takes ~3 hours.

Although I have set this up for 25V/50V/75V, the Voltage POT will allow a total voltage variance from ~63V to ~88V, which is suitable for 15S through 20S LiCo/LiPo. Adding a fourth unit in series would allow up to ~117V, and 28S LiCo/LiPo.

All of this runs on a single 15A 110V household circuit. :D
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Post by teslanv » Apr 11, 2015 4:55 pm

Just clocked 16A and nearly 1200 Watts from my bank of 3 serial- connected units. This is proving to be a suitable replacement to my RSP-1500.
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Post by Qwiksand » Apr 23, 2015 6:50 pm

I've got three of these en route from icecube, awesome deal- thanks for putting this together!

I plan to do a set-up similar to your 3 power supplies in series. Are the outputs isolated from the case? Or any other concerns for stacking these as you have them pictured?
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Post by teslanv » Apr 23, 2015 7:53 pm

Qwiksand wrote:I've got three of these en route from icecube, awesome deal- thanks for putting this together!

I plan to do a set-up similar to your 3 power supplies in series. Are the outputs isolated from the case? Or any other concerns for stacking these as you have them pictured?
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Post by arkmundi » May 03, 2015 7:55 am

For wiring the Mean Well HRP-300 series PSU's
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OK, I got my two meanwell 300's wired up and charged my A123 AMP20 2x8S 48V volt pack today. Works great. Thanks for offer & delivery. I charged my pack in parallel - each 24V charger charging the two 24V sections of pack separately. Adjusted the voltage to 27.5V for 53V charge, just where I like to keep the voltage for now. :D
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Post by teslanv » May 03, 2015 8:23 am

arkmundi wrote:For wiring the Mean Well HRP-300 series PSU's
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Post by teslanv » May 03, 2015 8:30 am

Got a few more units.
Now offering a pre-wired, voltage balanced and calibrated option for 2S (45v to 58V), 3S (65V to 85V) and 4S (85V to 108V) for an additional fee of $50.
Just tell me what charge voltage you need or what battery chemistry and configuration you have and I can do the math. I can include 4mm bullet connectors, 6mm HXT connectors or XT90 connectors as well.
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Post by tiny_n_terrible » May 07, 2015 4:05 pm

Thanks , My three just arrived.
They are going to feed Four of these http://hybridautocenter.com/HAC4/index. ... Itemid=605


Nissan Leaf batteries 64 volt at 30 amp/hr .
I believe that the minimum voltage available from each meanwell will give me around 64 volts.
So nice NOT to have to use a BMS alloy shell battery charger.

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Post by cwah » May 07, 2015 4:18 pm

Can they work fanless? And if so, what's the max amp it can pull without fan?

Shipping cost to UK?

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Post by teslanv » May 07, 2015 5:19 pm

cwah wrote:Can they work fanless? And if so, what's the max amp it can pull without fan?

Shipping cost to UK?

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Re: Mean Well HRP-300 (336 Watts) Modular Bulk Chargers $35

Post by nutnspecial » May 11, 2015 6:12 am

Pm sent to icecube for 3x. Great deal guys!

Tesla, what would you think about putting one of these in the mix of 3x? Any benefit at all?
(other than that it can do 0.1v 0.1a for singularly powering i606 or giving more adjustability to the 3x setup?)
http://gophertc.com/en/cps-3220-32v-20a ... wer-supply

Btw, are hrp discontinued by mw? Weren't listed on their site when I was searching for their efficiency.
Ended up finding them on powergatellc, listed as >90% but I wondered if they use any pfc to acheive that?

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Post by teslanv » May 11, 2015 8:54 am

nutspecial wrote:Pm sent to icecube for 3x. Great deal guys!

Tesla, what would you think about putting one of these in the mix of 3x? Any benefit at all?
(other than that it can do 0.1v 0.1a for singularly powering i606 or giving more adjustability to the 3x setup?)
http://gophertc.com/en/cps-3220-32v-20a ... wer-supply

Btw, are hrp discontinued by mw? Weren't listed on their site when I was searching for their efficiency.
Ended up finding them on powergatellc, listed as >90% but I wondered if they use any pfc to acheive that?
The only advantage I could see with the gopher adjustable power supply would be that you could use it to lower the current of the whole charger assembly. I can't say how well that would work, though, and the gopher would need to be ground isolated to be compatible with the Mean Wells.
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Re: Mean Well HRP-300 (336 Watts) Modular Bulk Chargers $35

Post by nutnspecial » May 11, 2015 9:12 am

Thanks for the input- I just ordered a 0-32v gopher to at least use on the bench and for the icharger. Maybe I'll try it with 2 of the 3 mw's, but you're right it would lower the max charge rate to 10a.
I assume you could use it to easily adjust volts to charging volts from 14s-20s. No need to monitor/tune mw trim pot adjustments for that range? I don't know how it would work to be turning the amps down on it though.

Do you happen to know if these hrp's are passive, active, or non pfc? Looks like active to me, but unverified by literature.

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Post by teslanv » May 11, 2015 9:19 am

nutspecial wrote:
Do you happen to know if these hrp's are passive, active, or non pfc? Looks like active to me, but unverified by literature.
http://www.meanwell.com/search/HRP-300/HRP-300-spec.pdf

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Post by nutnspecial » May 11, 2015 9:41 am

Thanks, I've been having with pdf's on sites lately- they try to open like 5 times and then sometimes never do.

They're very nice #'s.

How quick is icecube usually? I can just order from you if that works. Paypal?

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Post by nutnspecial » May 13, 2015 1:34 pm

Thanks Tesla, quick ship, tracking. Just arrivd!

Thanks alot for doing this, I think these will be so much better for longevity/quality than the stuff bmsb sells, plus more power for the money!

Smaller than I thought too, the three of them take less space than my two pc psu's that only put out 4a @12v lol.

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Post by nutnspecial » May 13, 2015 6:54 pm

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a lid from an old plano organizer that inhibits fan blockage, holds them together, holds cords, and protects a bit.
Thanks man, awesome charger.

How fast do you ever charge? and usually?

It's charging my half pack@ 2.5c and will charge full pack @1.2c. (5.8turnigy 25-30c/ 1c)

Have you messed with the amperage pot on these? When in series would adjustment to one limit all, or do all have to be adjusted together?

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