Mean Well SE-1000-24 Power Supply
Mean Well SE-1000-24 Power Supply
Mean Well SE-1000-24 Power Supply
Mean Well SE-1000-24 Power Supply
Mean Well SE-1000-24 Power Supply
Mean Well SE-1000-24 Power Supply
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Mean Well SE-1000-24 Power Supply

PS-SE100024
Compact and powerful 1000 watt, 42 amp, 24 volt power supply.
$139.99

One of the most respected names in the business, Mean Well have been making power supplies for almost 30 years.

The SE-1000-24 is a powerful 1000 watt power supply that makes a great companion for a high-power charger. Combine it with an iCharger 306B, 3010B or 308 Duo and charge 6S packs at a full 30A.
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Input Voltage 90-132V/180-264V AC (selected by jumper)
Dimensions 278x127x64mm
Power Cord Not included
Current (Output) 41.7A
Output Power (110 VAC) 1000W
Output Power (220 VAC) 1000W
Voltage (Output) 24V DC (adjustable +/-10%)
Power Factor Correction No
Warranty 2 years
Weight 2500g

Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
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S.H.
Power supply is awesome, directions are not

On your site there is a video of how to wire this power supply and I'm not trying to be rude or facetious but the directions are absolutely wrong. Never ever is line a white wire and neutral a black wire that is absolutely incorrect. Not saying it won't work it's just incorrect and if you search anywhere on the internet for anything that's powered at all with a line and a neutral they are black and white.

P
P.S.
1000-24

Works great, easy to use. Not too loud.

R
R.W.
Easy peasy

Easy peasy

R
R.M.
Mean Well SE-1000-24 power supply

I typically buy used server power supplies converted to 24V. However they have risen in price so much a new power supply feels like a better decision. The power cord and jumpers were pre-installed. What more can I say? I plugged it in and it worked.

T
T.
Great power supply so far

I have only had this power supply for about 2 weeks. It is being used to run a Junsi iCharger X6. I have three minor complaints which account for the 1 star deduction for quality. First, the instructions for how to wire the charger could be more clear. For example, I am running it on 120 Vac power. To wire it correctly, you have to short terminals 1 & 2. It is marked on the instructions but easily overlooked like I did at first. The other issue is the noise the cooling fan makes. The unit sounds like a hair dryer when running. Finally, there is no on/off switch. You have to unplug the unit to turn it off. With only 2 weeks of use, I obviously cannot comment on durability of the power supply. It also hasn't exactly been taxed running the X6 yet as I'm using it to charge 3S & 4S lipo's. Our biggest charge session so far was parallel charging four 3200 mA-hr 4S lipos. But I did get this set-up to have some room to grow.

Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
80%
(16)
20%
(4)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
S
S.H.
Power supply is awesome, directions are not

On your site there is a video of how to wire this power supply and I'm not trying to be rude or facetious but the directions are absolutely wrong. Never ever is line a white wire and neutral a black wire that is absolutely incorrect. Not saying it won't work it's just incorrect and if you search anywhere on the internet for anything that's powered at all with a line and a neutral they are black and white.

P
P.S.
1000-24

Works great, easy to use. Not too loud.

R
R.W.
Easy peasy

Easy peasy

R
R.M.
Mean Well SE-1000-24 power supply

I typically buy used server power supplies converted to 24V. However they have risen in price so much a new power supply feels like a better decision. The power cord and jumpers were pre-installed. What more can I say? I plugged it in and it worked.

T
T.
Great power supply so far

I have only had this power supply for about 2 weeks. It is being used to run a Junsi iCharger X6. I have three minor complaints which account for the 1 star deduction for quality. First, the instructions for how to wire the charger could be more clear. For example, I am running it on 120 Vac power. To wire it correctly, you have to short terminals 1 & 2. It is marked on the instructions but easily overlooked like I did at first. The other issue is the noise the cooling fan makes. The unit sounds like a hair dryer when running. Finally, there is no on/off switch. You have to unplug the unit to turn it off. With only 2 weeks of use, I obviously cannot comment on durability of the power supply. It also hasn't exactly been taxed running the X6 yet as I'm using it to charge 3S & 4S lipo's. Our biggest charge session so far was parallel charging four 3200 mA-hr 4S lipos. But I did get this set-up to have some room to grow.

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