The DLS-90 provides 1200 watts at 90 amps, making it an ideal choice if you want to run multiple chargers with our power supply splitter.
|Input Voltage||108-132V AC|
|Charge Power (Max)||1200W|
|Voltage (Output)||13.6/14.2V DC (switchable)|
|Charge Current Range||90A|
Only maintainer I've ever had that would not allow my tech2 to blank out when I hit the starter big plus
I got the Iota 90 amp charger mainly to power my iCharger 406Duo. If needed I can also charge lead acid batteries I use for Electrathon radioing. But the main purpose is I have around 40 4s LiPO packs I use between the four FPV mini quads I have. Being able to charge near or at 40 amps per channel with 20 batteries on each of the two channels is super helpful. The Iota can dish out whatever the iCharger needs to charge packs up like a champ.
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It maintains my 244Ah battery bank and 1500 watt sine wave inverter in the event of a power outage. Doesn't boil off the batteries, and the IQ4 is a must. Manual says it requires a 30 amp breaker. I've been able to run on a 20A circuit with nothing else on it no problem. It does not stay at full 90A for long once the voltage recovers. It is fused for 80 amps reverse polarity. In testing this unit can easily push 105A for a short time which is extremely impressive. As others have stated I would prefer putting 0 AWG cable in instead of 4 AWG. No complaints other than that. Between the battery bank charging I can use it as a regular PSU for my electronics bench. Well worth the purchase!
I use this power supply to charge/maintain a 200Ah AGM battery and to power a 1000W Pure-Sine Inverter in parallel. It works 24h/24h, it does not create alot of heat and is silent. Very good product. The only thing I dislike is that the hole for the wire is for 4AWG and for me that's not enough. It would be nice to be able to insert a 0AWG so the voltage drop will be lower. Also, you can ajust the voltage according to your need using the BLUE potentiometer. Search "3296 Potentiometer" to see the picture of the right one. It is located behind the two fan.
Iota are by far the best charger I have found to run off a gen-set. I use 6 L-16 batteries and charge time is 1.5 Hr. That saves a lot of fuel compared to other chargers.