you'll need an old 240v power cord like the one here:http://www.accesscomms.com.au/reference/powerplug.htm
You can wire the 240v cord to the three relevant pins (Active/Live, Neutral,Earth) of the PSU. If it were the below PSU it would be the three leftmost ones. If you don't know for sure - then stop and ask an electrician. 240v is dangerous!
You have two sets of 12v outputs on the PSU. On the above PSU for example you could choose output pins 5 and 7 for 12v DC negative/positive output respectively.
Cut the input power lead on your Accucel charger at about 9 to 12 inches in length, and wire these two cables to the 12v DC negative/positive output pins of your PSU.
You can use the supplied Accucel output leads with the crocodile leads to bulk charge your two turnigy packs in parallel, or uncouple them singly and balance charge them. Eventually you can use the 3 pin plug on the aprilia's battery case to charge when you feel like taking that step. The crocodile plugs are good for charging at a few amps only.
I will take a few photos of my setup tonight - it looks horrible ATM so I need a reason to clean them up and make them safe. NOTE: - make sure all the attachments to the PSU are secure and snugly beneath the plastic cover of the PSU. Make sure there is no chance at all to touch any of the connection points with your bare hands. I have been thinking of mounting my unit snugly onto some heat proof backing board so no leads can be pulled loose and electrocute anyone. I am obliged to say that what ever you do is at your own risk!
Note also that my accucel 8 has been stopping itself automatically lately in our 40 degree summer due to the setting of the internal temp monitor in the charger. You can set this temp according to the manual. Last night I put a small 12v computer fan across the other output of the PSU - seemed to help a bit. Dropping below an amp to charge always seems ok. http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/stor ... s/manual(1