NEW high current 60V 24A 1440W power supply RD6024 is released now

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Woah, that is one heck of a adjustable power supply.

Could even use it to charge ebikes.

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Woah, that is one heck of a adjustable power supply.

Could even use it to charge ebikes.


you can use it to charge the battery

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but need to use the battery charging terminals and set the correct charging voltage and current

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today is the last day we work, after today we will have 14 days holiday, we will back to work at Feb 8th and send packages according to the order date, please notice that

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hello, we come back to work today. and the orders in the last 14 days will be sent out by the order date, please wait for the package coming, if you have any needs or questions, you can contact us
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Excellent product. Fast shipping. Perfect functioning.Thank you!

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I bought it on January 8 with the launch discount, I shipped it on the 13th and it arrived on the 24th, I received it on the 26th very well packaged and without problems, I unpacked it
https: //youtu.be /nMgwQGue5qM

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Arrived in 20 days, packaged well. The block itself is normal. Added languages Russian, German, French, Russian curve.There are several output options. Connecting to the power supply is somewhat inconvenient,the connectors that are included

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I’m glad you posted that, it looks like a 1500w power supply will fit in the case. Better to get a 65v or 70v power supply? I want to make sure 71v isn’t going to fry it.

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Mark M wrote:
I’m glad you posted that, it looks like a 1500w power supply will fit in the case. Better to get a 65v or 70v power supply? I want to make sure 71v isn’t going to fry it.

Most power supplys that I have messed with have a voltage adjustment screw (A 10 or 20 turn pot). You can turn the output voltage down or up checking with a voltmeter.
Its usually located near the output wire connection terminals.
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I’m glad you posted that, it looks like a 1500w power supply will fit in the case. Better to get a 65v or 70v power supply? I want to make sure 71v isn’t going to fry it.

Most power supplys that I have messed with have a voltage adjustment screw (A 10 or 20 turn pot). You can turn the output voltage down or up checking with a voltmeter.
Its usually located near the output wire connection terminals.

And this power supply indeed offers it, but I was just wanting to know if 70v is a hard limit, I am sure it is but want to make sure.
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Mark M wrote:
I’m glad you posted that, it looks like a 1500w power supply will fit in the case. Better to get a 65v or 70v power supply? I want to make sure 71v isn’t going to fry it.

Most power supplys that I have messed with have a voltage adjustment screw (A 10 or 20 turn pot). You can turn the output voltage down or up checking with a voltmeter.
Its usually located near the output wire connection terminals.

And this power supply indeed offers it, but I was just wanting to know if 70v is a hard limit, I am sure it is but want to make sure.

thank you for your message
70V is the max voltage , you can’t let it more than 70V
for 1500w PSU , you have one ? for now we did not find a suitable one (cheap and quality good)

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I’m glad you posted that, it looks like a 1500w power supply will fit in the case. Better to get a 65v or 70v power supply? I want to make sure 71v isn’t going to fry it.

Most power supplys that I have messed with have a voltage adjustment screw (A 10 or 20 turn pot). You can turn the output voltage down or up checking with a voltmeter.
Its usually located near the output wire connection terminals.

thank you so much for help me ask the question

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A tip that I’ll add with fitting a power supply is that you dont have to install the case that the power supply comes with. Your installing the whole thing in a case anyways, so you can remove the power supply case sides and top just installing the bottom board that contains all the components. I used stand offs for mother boards and just installed the pcb. My power supply also came with a thermal controlled fan which I removed. Marked and drilled holes in my lab power supply case and installed it there. Removing the power supply case saves a lot of space. As long as the power supply will fit in the lab supply case and you have about 1 1/2 inches left in the front of the case it should work.

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RD tech, I have a question.

Do you have updated USB meters? A lot of new USB proprietary power supplies come with extremely high current sources for ultra fast charging on their phones.

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RD tech wrote:
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moderator007 wrote:
Mark M wrote:
I’m glad you posted that, it looks like a 1500w power supply will fit in the case. Better to get a 65v or 70v power supply? I want to make sure 71v isn’t going to fry it.
Most power supplys that I have messed with have a voltage adjustment screw (A 10 or 20 turn pot). You can turn the output voltage down or up checking with a voltmeter. Its usually located near the output wire connection terminals.
And this power supply indeed offers it, but I was just wanting to know if 70v is a hard limit, I am sure it is but want to make sure.
thank you for your message 70V is the max voltage , you can’t let it more than 70V for 1500w PSU , you have one ? for now we did not find a suitable one (cheap and quality good)

On post 40 the picture from that review, I looked on AliExpress and found what I think is the same power supply.

Power supply

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A tip that I’ll add with fitting a power supply is that you dont have to install the case that the power supply comes with. Your installing the whole thing in a case anyways, so you can remove the power supply case sides and top just installing the bottom board that contains all the components. I used stand offs for mother boards and just installed the pcb. My power supply also came with a thermal controlled fan which I removed. Marked and drilled holes in my lab power supply case and installed it there. Removing the power supply case saves a lot of space. As long as the power supply will fit in the lab supply case and you have about 1 1/2 inches left in the front of the case it should work.

I didn’t even think of that. Facepalm Thanks for pointing it out!

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RD tech, I have a question.

Do you have updated USB meters? A lot of new USB proprietary power supplies come with extremely high current sources for ultra fast charging on their phones.


sorry for now there is no new USB meter, because we were working for new power supply series in the past 3 years

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A tip that I’ll add with fitting a power supply is that you dont have to install the case that the power supply comes with. Your installing the whole thing in a case anyways, so you can remove the power supply case sides and top just installing the bottom board that contains all the components. I used stand offs for mother boards and just installed the pcb. My power supply also came with a thermal controlled fan which I removed. Marked and drilled holes in my lab power supply case and installed it there. Removing the power supply case saves a lot of space. As long as the power supply will fit in the lab supply case and you have about 1 1/2 inches left in the front of the case it should work.

can you show us with a picture? it sounds interesting

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Arrived pretty quickly, packaged very well. It seems to work, I'm waiting for another power supply
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A tip that I’ll add with fitting a power supply is that you dont have to install the case that the power supply comes with. Your installing the whole thing in a case anyways, so you can remove the power supply case sides and top just installing the bottom board that contains all the components. I used stand offs for mother boards and just installed the pcb. My power supply also came with a thermal controlled fan which I removed. Marked and drilled holes in my lab power supply case and installed it there. Removing the power supply case saves a lot of space. As long as the power supply will fit in the lab supply case and you have about 1 1/2 inches left in the front of the case it should work.

can you show us with a picture? it sounds interesting

This is the same power supply and case I had the DPS5020 installed in. I just had to cut the front panel bigger to fit the new display (RD6024).
I original had a switch installed for the DPS5020 so I left it in but I soon realized the RD6024 has its on power switch but the switch is still needed to cut power to the power supply. This is a 1000 watt power supply with its case off and takes up most of the lab power supply case with just enough room for the DP6024 to clear everything. The thermal controlled fan that was in the original power supply case has been relocated to the lab power supply case and wired back to the original connection on the power supply.

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This is the power supply https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32834100045.html?
The case I purchased isn’t for sale anymore from the seller at Aliexpress but its size is 250 × 190 × 110mm. The front panel I made from 1/8” aluminum sheet. I wanted it stiffer than what the case came with, it was thin sheet metal.
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usually when you remove the case of the input ac to dc PSU, the PSU fan is for the heat dissipation inside the PSU, now it needs to deliver the heat of the whole case, so it may have influence, if you replace with other fan which is more powerful, the influence may be lower

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Its still in a case, its just the case is bigger now. The same amount of air is being moved as in the original case. I don’t know that I have actually ever heard the fan run, if it was it was very low, thermal controlled. I dont usually turn it up that high and if I do it’s usually only for a short time. I powered a small 12v air compressor off it (DPS5020) one time for several minutes at around 15 amps but that’s still only 180 watts. Thanks for the tip, I have several 80mm fans of different cfm, I can replace it with if I notice it running hot. I really like RD6024 so far, the on/off button is easier to push without having the case slide across the bench from trying to press the button. The X25A test cables are really nice also. Thumbs Up

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Its still in a case, its just the case is bigger now. The same amount of air is being moved as in the original case. I don’t know that I have actually ever heard the fan run, if it was it was very low, thermal controlled. I dont usually turn it up that high and if I do it’s usually only for a short time. I powered a small 12v air compressor off it (DPS5020) one time for several minutes at around 15 amps but that’s still only 180 watts. Thanks for the tip, I have several 80mm fans of different cfm, I can replace it with if I notice it running hot. I really like RD6024 so far, the on/off button is easier to push without having the case slide across the bench from trying to press the button. The X25A test cables are really nice also. Thumbs Up

very good
hope you can make a good review for RD6024

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Received quickly, super packaged. Checked superficially. Liked it very much. Thanks

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