Capable of handling up to 250W or 10A charge rates. Lipoly, LiFe and Lilo compatible as well as able to charge up to 6 cell packs. The iCharger is famous for its ultra-accurate balancing feature. Each unit is calibrated at the factory prior to shipping! This is a quality precision charger.
Spec. Input voltage range : 10.0 – 18.0VDC Charge current range : 0.05 – 10.0A Discharge current range : 0.05 – 7.0A Maximum charge power capacity : 250W @ input voltage > 13.5V Maximum discharge power capacity : 20W Maximum extern discharge power capacity : 170W @ 20V/7A Current drain for balancing : <300mA Balance accuracy : <10mV Lithium (LiPo/LiIo/LiFe) battery cell count : 1 – 6 series NiCd/NiMH battery cell count : 1 – 17 series Pb battery cell count : 1 – 12 series (2 – 24V) Battery setup memories : 10 Intelligent temperature control : Yes PC Connect : USB port Weight : 350g Dimensions (L X W X D) : 134X83X25mm
Another question: Does anyone know which balance board should I buy the be able to charge two 3 cell LiPos all together? There are options out of the manual, but I cannot find any of them at Hobby King.
When using a paraboard to balance charge multiple lipo packs, how can one connector on the charger with 6 pins (6s) balance charge and thus monitor a big composed lipo pack of 16s? Or is this impossible? What am i seeing wrong here?
I cannot load the USB driver for logview on my quad core 64 bit Asus laptop, Windows 8.1, I tried both the driver on the disk that came wiht it (just got it last week) and also tried downloading from the Junsi website. Same problem with each. I get an error message that says:
Windows encountered a problem installing the driver software for your device.
Windows found driver software for you devide but encountered an error whole attemptg to install it.
Junsi USB to UART Bridge
The hash for the file is not present in the specified catalog file. The file is likely corrupt or the victim of tampering.
If you know the manufacturer of your device, you can visit its website and check the support section for driver software.
Can anyone offer a suggestion?
HobbyKing 350w 25A Power Supply
This one is more expensive at $40 to $45. But will also suit this charger. Instock as of 1-Aug.
Yellow&Blue case, 2 types to choose from depending on the voltage of your country.
PRODUCT ID: T-25PS-220 or PRODUCT ID: T-25PS-110
WOW... One of the best chargers that I have seen. It came with the firmware: 3.12c which i upgraded to 3.13b this is a pretty simple and a sweet charger. I have gone through all the menus, however could not find the menu for regenerative discharing. Maybe it appears only when powered through a rechargable source.There was no manual with the system, so you need to download it from the internet or from the provided CD.
Overall I would rate the charger 5plus as the balancing was accurate. However I had to calibrate my charger with my digital multimeter. Calibration is simple: 1.) Power OFF the charger. 2.) Hold all the buttons and power on 3.) Release the buttons after hearing the 4 beeps while powering on. 4.) Hold the stop button for 3 sec to enter into voltage monitor mode. 5.) press and hold the dec, inc, and start button to enter into calibration mode.
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IF YOUR CHARGER IS NOT SHOWING CORRECT VOLTAGES, THEN YOU MAY CALIBRATE IT BY FOLLOWING THESE STEPS.
http:// www .hobbyking. www.link REMOVE SPACES IN THE ABOVE LINK
Excellent charger. Very intuitive, easy to use, although it cant charge more than one battery at a time, its much more versatile. The Logview program is a VERY useful addition if you really care about your batteries. Ive been running it monitoring the discharge characteristics of my LiPo batteries and it shows you what is really happening with each of the cells individually. Doing this on a regular basis will enable you to predict impending batte
Big power in small size. Balancing is one of the best in class with excellect accuracy. Powerfull charger with many extra features. Resistance check is great for checking health of batteries. Will charge any type battery you have, lead-acid to li-ion. Charges my 6s 2200mah 40c battery in 14 minutes from a car battery. Only need 2 packs to fly all day! Could get away with 1 pack at most fields becuse you have to wait to fly.