Just an update. I went down to a couple of local stores and bought some stuff.
I got a Team Checkpoint charger.
And for the time being I just got a Dynamite 12V/10A Regulated DC Power Supply.
Now in the manual for the charger it says to take full advantage of all of the chargers capabilities to have a power supply that can supply 15A. The charger can charge at up to 10A so I am guessing they say 15A as a safe number. Right now the power supply is fine because I have only been charging at 6A but I eventually want to get a better power supply.
I was planning on getting the ICE but the store only had the checkpoint version. I just got it because they gave me store credit on the charger I was previously using before upgrading.
So here are my plans.
I want to be able to run the Team Checkpoint Charger and an ICE charger. Here are my questions.
1. On a power supply for every thing you plug in does the current go down? For example if you have a 30A power supply. If you run 2 things they each get 15A? 3 things they get 10A each?
2. The voltage should stay the same no matter how many things you plug in right? If you have 12v output and three things plugged in they should all get 12v voltage?
So if I want to run these 2 chargers. The checkpoint one says it needs 15A and the ICE says 15A is best but 12.5A is enough. So I am looking for a 30A power supply.
The Pyramid PSV300 looks great, but all the descriptions say 30A switching, 20A continuous. What exactly does that mean? Could it power 2 chargers at there full capacity of 15A each? I dont want the power supply to limit the chargers.
Any other good 30A power supplies?