The Turnigy XT60 to USB charger is the Swiss-army knife of the digital age. This handy tool allows you to use any 2-7 cell LiPoly battery to charge virtually any device that uses a USB charge cable, and at a whopping 2000mAh output can even handle large tablets or two devices at once!! And if you head to your flying club with one of these there can’t be any more excuses the phone battery died, so you will be home on time for dinner and with that pint of milk.. Ummm wait forget I said that.
Features: • Safe rapid charging • Compact size, Durable construction • 2~6S Lipoly input • 5V/2000mAh USB output • Convenient field charging of any USB based device • Compatible with Apple devices
Specs: USB Output: 5V/2000mAh Input Voltage: DC 7~30V Input Cut-Off Voltage: 2Cell and 3Cell
Used this to keep power to my SJ4000 for a long run time lapse photography test. The test itself was Goop eating foamboard. This charger kept my SJ4000 charged the whole time. I also tested the low voltage cutoff (after the foam test was done) and it worked. It cutoff with a 3s at 9.9v. I imagine on a 2s it would cut off at 6.6v (3.3 volts per cell average). My individual cells were not each at 3.3v.
Most USB charged devices will not pull more current than the USB spec limit until they decide they are connected to a high current charger, rather than a 500ma limit legacy USB port. How they do that varies - often bias resistors on the data lines
While I agree with you, I did not write the product description. It reads:
5V/2000mAh USB output
mAh is not milliamps.
geht mit iphone und ipad.
bei 6s 5000 lipo kann mann rechnerisch mehr als 15 mal das handy iphone 4s laden :-)
einfach lipo stecker und dann an usb das gerät anstecken schon wird geladen.
genau das richtige für lipos die keine druck mehr zum fliegen haben.
Works great ,only the input cut off for cell protection (to low discharging) is only working for 2 and 3 cell battery's ,while the maximum number of cells battery you can use on the usb charger is 7 . That's something to keep in mind .
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works great up from 6,5 Volts but you need at least 3S when using LiFePo
Output ist between 5,00 and 5,09V
Far better as most of the step up converters which usually are around 4,7 to 4,8 V output on the lower side of USB-specs.
Think about using it in car environment, no matter about 12v oder 24V board voltage.
Great product and easy to work. All you need to do is plug a battery (nearly any electric guys have a bunch of work 2-7 cells) and your device to charge and you're done! Doesn't feel like it is getting hot, even with 2 iPhone 4S's attached