quantum turbo battery charger pin layout needed

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  1. robsoe

    robsoe Member

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    Can anyone help me to take the picture of quantum QT-40 charger (for Turbo Battery) to show the specs (voltage and current) and its pin layout? I lost my charger, and I want to build one myself.
    thanks.
     
  2. edlbear

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    Quantum Turbo charger

    Here is a photo of the charger and the connector plug. The voltage output is 18v with no load. I asked this same question last year on another website and got roasted. I didn't apprecate it, so I'm happy to help you out.
     

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  3. robsoe

    robsoe Member

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    Many, many thanks. I really appreciate it.
     
  4. EdColorado

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    Why in the world would someone roast you for that question? Seems perfectly fine to me...

     
  5. edlbear

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    I don't know. Maybe someone having a bad day, but I don't participate in that forum anymore.
     
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    Does anyone know how to correctly wire a Quantum Turbo's battery to get between 6 and 9 volts to power my F5 from the battery?
     
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    Hi there
    So if I am going to make my own quantum QT-40 charger should I use a 12 v dc 500ma power adapter, or an 18v dc power adapter?
    Also is the +/- pinout on the DIN the only ones that do anything?
    Thanks for the share very helpful.