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Parkside X20V Team RD DPS3005 Portable 100W Power Supply

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3D model description

I present a compact portable wireless regulated power supply dedicated to the Parkside X20V Team battery from the LIDL store.
The device is based on the inexpensive RD DPS3005 power supply module:
You can also use the more expensive version with a Bluetooth module to wirelessly control the power supply parameters from a computer or Android phone.

The power supply provides up to 5.1A of output current. The maximum output voltage depends on the battery voltage and is about 1V lower than current battery voltage.
Maximum output power possible up to 100W.

WARNING! X20V batteries have no built-in over-discharge protection, so check the battery voltage and do not discharge below 15V.
The current battery voltage is on the DPS3005 display as "U-IN".

This is my project of useful gadgets and portable wireless devices for Parkside X20V batteries. There are:
- Mounting brackets for the charger
- Battery mounting bracket (shelf and wall mount)
- Floodlight / Work Light - LED 10W
- Audio amplifier TPA3116 Wuzhi - maximum output power RMS 2x20W/4R, 2x24W/8R
- Power supply DPS3005 (max 19.5V/5.1A)
- Soldering station KSGER T12 OLED
STEP files are available so you can modify them to suit your needs.

You need:
- 1 piece RD DPS3005 power supply module
- 1 piece double banana plugs terminal, for example
- 1 piece power switch 15x21 mm
- 3 pieces M3x8 mm screw
- 3 pieces M3 nut
- 2 pieces long 6.3 mm connectors
- wires 1-1.5 mm2

The photos should explain everything.
Cut the connectors as shown in the photos and solder the wires connections. Strip the ends of the wires.
Push the wires through the holes in the 3D print. Solder the ends of the wire and solder the connectors to the wires.
Put the connectors in place and secure them with CA glue.
Put the M3 nuts in the right places and secure with CA glue.
Install the power switch and banana plug terminal in the housing.
Install and solder the wires as shown in the photos.
Assemble parts together using M3x8mm screws.
Turn on the power supply and set the parameters as needed.

3D printing settings

The third photo shows the recommended orientation of the elements when printing.
Walls thickness 1.6 mm (4 shells). Layer height 0.2 mm. Infill 25-30%.

3D printer file information

  • Design number: 283595
  • 3D design format: STEP and STL Folder details Close
    • X20V_DPS3005_housing.stl
    • X20V_DPS3005_slider.stl
    • X20V_power_supply_DPS3005.step

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  • Last update: 2021-04-03 at 19:27
  • Publication date: 2021-02-03 at 19:05


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