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ToolkitRC ADP180

PS-TRC180
Compact 180W power supply is perfect for use with smaller chargers!
$39.99 $35.99

With its compact form factor and built-in XT60 connector on the output, the ADP180 is the perfect match for small travel chargers like the Toolkit M6 or ISDT Q6 Nano!

Like its 100W cousin, the ADP180 is ready for worldwide voltage input - take it on the road and you'll always have power when you need it!
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Input Voltage 100-240V AC
Dimensions 165x77x32mm
Power Cord Included
Current (Output) 9.3A
Output Power (110 VAC) 180W
Output Power (220 VAC) 180W
Voltage (Output) 19.5V DC
Weight 518g

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Kevin McCarthy
ADP180 Power Supply, all the power I need!

I bought the TookitRC ADP180 power supply to go with my ISDT Q6 Nano because it comes with the XT60 adapter on one end and a conventional AC plug on the other. I normally have access to AC power so I wanted a good power supply and you can't beat the ADP180. Now, if you aren't charging 6S lipos, you can probably downsize to the ADP100 and be good. I charge 4-6S batteries a lot for what I fly so the 180 made the most sense for me.
Also, seriously guys, don't try to charge a battery you just pancaked from 400 feet. You're just asking for a fire and an appearance on the front page of your local paper! Don't charge your damaged batteries. Just stop. If you want to see what happens, do a search on YouTube or Facebook and you will find plenty of RECENT examples.

Thanks to ProgessiveRC for always being a top notch RC store!

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Kevin McCarthy
ADP180 Power Supply, all the power I need!

I bought the TookitRC ADP180 power supply to go with my ISDT Q6 Nano because it comes with the XT60 adapter on one end and a conventional AC plug on the other. I normally have access to AC power so I wanted a good power supply and you can't beat the ADP180. Now, if you aren't charging 6S lipos, you can probably downsize to the ADP100 and be good. I charge 4-6S batteries a lot for what I fly so the 180 made the most sense for me.
Also, seriously guys, don't try to charge a battery you just pancaked from 400 feet. You're just asking for a fire and an appearance on the front page of your local paper! Don't charge your damaged batteries. Just stop. If you want to see what happens, do a search on YouTube or Facebook and you will find plenty of RECENT examples.

Thanks to ProgessiveRC for always being a top notch RC store!

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