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    Hyperion EOS0610i Duo

    I just picked up the Hyperion EOS0610i Duo, but just noticed it doesnt have an AC plug. What is the best way to rig this up to a AC wall outlet?? I was looking at one of these, but not sure if it will work.

    http://www.grandrc.com/inc/sdetail/79685

    Any advice or suggestions would be appreciated.

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    RE: Hyperion EOS0610i Duo

    Your gonna want a power supply that will do 11 to 15 volts and around 360 watts or more to get the best performance out of it.
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    RE: Hyperion EOS0610i Duo

    I have a Pro Peak 20 Amp Single Output Power Supply and are very happy with it. It is only $59 but does have the extra output jacks which would be nice to have and does not have a current display. I been thinking of adding a second set of output jacks to mine.

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    RE: Hyperion EOS0610i Duo

    ORIGINAL: JAM MaxAmps

    Your gonna want a power supply that will do 11 to 15 volts and around 360 watts or more to get the best performance out of it.
    Jason
    The Duo specs say it can do up to 8 amps at 44.4 volts. With a 10A 180W limit per power port. So if that is the case will a 12V DC inverter actually work? ... Or do I need an inverter that can do at least 44.4V and 10A.

    That other one I linked before maxes out at like 8A, and I probably need one that can do at least 10A. So I found this one... You think this should work??



    DF 1763 AC TO DC CONVERTER
    This unit converts from AC to 13.8V DC Power. Ideal for household transceiver, automobile/mobile equipment, and portable equipment.

    Input Voltage: 110V AC or 220V AC
    10% Load Regulation
    Output Current: 10A
    Applies Current Limit Short Circuit protection for DC output.
    5% Voltage Regulation
    Current Limit Protector for AC Input
    One Hour Continuous Working Time

    http://www.voltage-converter-transfo...converter.html


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