Amps are drawn not pushed. So it doesn't matter if you had a 1000000A supply the charger will just draw the amps it needs to function.voorsk wrote: ↑Wed Jan 31, 2018 5:07 pmI thought it was you, but despite my son having watched it half a dozen times on iplayer, I've only seen that sequence once, so I couldn't remember. It was certainly eye opening!
I've ran into my first quandary.. I bought a Turnigy 12v 2-3S Basic Balance Charger, and I thought I had a PSU to use with it, but the 12V PSU I've got supplies 2A instead of the 1.5A recommended in the indecipherable manual.
I don't want to risk any explosions, so is using a 2A power supply likely to be an issue, or is it okay? I'm suspecting it's okay, but thought I'd better check.
Voltage on the other hand is pushed so a higher voltage supply will kill something.
As a side note it's always good to have your power supply slightly higher amp than what you expect to draw for a bit of a safe margin so 2A is great for it.