Charge at home on 110/240v or in the field on 12v with this great dual power charger. The B6-AC handles both!
The iMAX B6-AC is a rock solid charger that is able to charge, balance and discharge Li-ion, LiPo, LiFe (A123), NiCd , NiMH and PB batteries. New updated features also include internal resistance and capacity checker, along with brushed motor driver, hot wire foam cutter output, and brushless motor RPM checker.
• AC 100~240v or 12V DC input
• Microprocessor controlled
• Li-ion, LiPo and LiFe capable
• Input voltage monitoring. (Protects car batteries at the field)
• Battery break-in and cycling feature
• Data storage (Store up to 5 packs in memory)
• Internal resistance checker to see pack health
• Brushed motor driver, RPM checker for brushless motor and hot wire foam cutter driver
• Delta-peak sensitivity
• Individual cell balancing
Input Voltage: 11~18V
Circuit power: Max Charge: 50W / Max Discharge: 5W
Charge Current Range: .1~5.0A
Discharge Current Range: .1~1.0A
Ni-MH/NiCd Cells: 1~15
Li-ion/Poly Cells: 1~6
Pb battery Voltage: 2~20V
This charger has a JST-XH charge plug, which makes it compatible with Zippy, HXT, TURNIGY and any pack with a JST adapter.
Note: if you would prefer to purchase the genuine IMAX B6AC charger please search for SKU: 9052000068-3
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https://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewitem.asp?idproduct=76462Once I measured the charged batteries with a professional multi-meter, it became apparent that the charger is working flawlessly. Charges every cell to exactly 4.20V in balance mode. The only thing that may not work quite right is the mAh limit for shutting off the charger, but I'm using a timer for safety shutoff anyway.I just bought two of these, primarily for the AC function, to charge inside the house in the kitchen or game room while I watch TV. I have only used one to charge Life, Lipo and Nimh batteries. Seems to work very well. I also purchased two Life transmitter batteries for my Futaba 14 channel radio. It had them quickly charged/balanced so I could start programming my new radio. I always balance charge my Li batteries, rather than fast charge, just seems so much safer all around. I almost did not purchase due to the bad critiques, but decided to buy two just in case I got a bad one. Luckily both work great, with no issues and still allot cheaper then the original. I'll update if anything changes, or after a few more months of use. Happy Landings, Rusty Nuts, SA, Texas.