This is my first post in forum.arduino.cc. I have searched google for my query but so far I haven't found a satisfying solution.
I have made a quadcopter and am experimenting different configurations on it. The copter has 4 x A2212 13T 1000Kv motors controlled by 30a ESCs.
The copter has been working fine on LiPo battery. But changing and charging batteries every few minutes has become very frustrating for me. Therefore I want a power supply for bench testing the copter.
I have my eye on this power supply shown here Excellway® AC 115-230V to DC 12V 50A 600W Switching Power Supply Driver For LED Strip Light Sale - Banggood Mobile-arrival notice. It is a 600W (12v - 50a) power supply.
The max current rating for the motors is 13A. That makes a total of 52A. This is a little over 50A. Given that I do not push the motors to max throttle, will this power supply be adequate for my purpose. If yes, what additional precautions i should have in mind?
This is the link to my motors https://m.banggood.com/1000KV-Brushless-Motor-3_17mm-Shaft-Electric-Motor-p-1102054.html?rmmds=search
And this is the link to my ESCs
Also please note that Arduino is being powered by a different source.