ProTek RC "Prodigy 500W" Power Supply (15V/33A/495W)

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This is the ProTek R/C "Prodigy 500W" Power Supply. The Protek Prodigy 500W is a revolution in affordable power supply technology. If you demand quality, Prodigy delivers.

With dual outputs that deliver 33 Amps of current and 495 Watts of power, combined with a high level of quality, the Prodigy 500W is a great choice when you need to power multiple DC devices at the same time. Other features include 15V output voltage and 100V-220V world wide voltage compatibility. Plus, the small 201x107x49mm size of the Prodigy 500W takes up less space in your workspace and makes it easy to transport.

These features only scratch the surface of what the Prodigy 500W delivers. Pick one up and see for yourself why Protek R/C is found on the benches of some of the most respected R/C professionals in the world, including racer Atsushi Hara, pilot Tim Jones and more. Join the revolution and take the power back, with Prodigy. 

NOTE: Ensure that you DO NOT exceed the maximum 33 Amp load when using multiple outputs.  


  • Class 2 Power Supply
  • Single 15V DC Output
  • 495 Watts of Power
  • 33 Amps of Current
  • Internal Cooling Fan
  • Short Circuit Protection
  • Power Indicator LED
  • Active Power Factor Correction

Power Supply Model
Prodigy 500W
Input Voltage 100 to 240V
Output Voltage
Max. 15V
Output Current Max. 33A  

NOTE: Included power cord is only compatible with Type B 110V outlets. "Type E/F" (PTK-5316), "Type G" (PTK-5317), and "Type I" (PTK-5318) power cords are available and must be purchased separately.

ProTek R/C is an AMain Sports & Hobbies brand.

This product was added to our catalog on November 14, 2013.

Michael Wierowski
Friday, May 30 2014 (about 3 years ago)
ProTek RC "Prodigy 500W" Power Supply (15V/33A/495W)
I have used a WattsUp meter to monitor the output of this power supply when the charger is running. I can charge two 7,400mAh 2S LiPo's at a 2C charge rate and only draw 22A off the power supply, so there is some room to go a bit higher if required. I am using ProTek R/C 2S LiPo's which have a max charge rating of 2C with a Hitec X2-400 DUO charger.)