Used maybe twice! I bought it to use with RC chargers that require a power supply but I don’t use those either, - that’s why your find them listed on RC trader also – I use one that plugs straight into the wall. My batteries are not very high-powered so this is fine. If you’re charging quickly lots lots of cells you need a power supply and DC input charger.
This was an expensive power supply. I can see it listed at the moment at Johnny Appleseed for $599. Specs: With 1200W outputs, adjustable output voltage from 15-30V and active PFC, it is the most advanced power supply you will find anywhere. 1200W of output is ideal for a variety of high powered chargers, and three outputs allow you to simultaneously operate multiple chargers or other devices.
Net Weight: 3.08kg Voltage: 100-240V AC Input AC Frequency: 50-60Hz Output Voltage: 15-30V DC±0.5V Output Current: 50A±1A Current Overload Protection: ≤ 51A 500MS Input Fuse: 20A Fuse LCD Display: Voltage Precision ±0.3V Current Precision: ±0.5A Output Voltage Ripple: < 300mV Power Efficiency: 89% Power Factor: > 0.98 Over Temperature Protection: <65°C Cooling Method: Cooling Fan