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What about using and IOTA DLS-48-15.
http://www.iotaengineering.com/dls4815.htm

Although it is an AC input SMPS, many of us use their products on DC and
110VAC is about 170V peak so running it on a 144V pack is perfect. (both
charge and discharge voltages are within operational range.) No-one
here has tested this particular module on dc yet I have the DLS-55

It may cut out if pack is low and sags to far, certainly we must de-rate
the output when that happens. So 15A unit is a good choice for 10A of need.


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I have tested the 24V version on DC and it works fine.
(140Vdc).
Rod
--- Jeff Shanab <[email protected]> wrote:

> What about using and IOTA DLS-48-15.
> http://www.iotaengineering.com/dls4815.htm
>
> Although it is an AC input SMPS, many of us use
> their products on DC and
> 110VAC is about 170V peak so running it on a 144V
> pack is perfect. (both
> charge and discharge voltages are within operational
> range.) No-one
> here has tested this particular module on dc yet I
> have the DLS-55
>
> It may cut out if pack is low and sags to far,
> certainly we must de-rate
> the output when that happens. So 15A unit is a good
> choice for 10A of need.
>
>
> _______________________________________________
> For subscription options, see
> http://lists.sjsu.edu/mailman/listinfo/ev
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