Charge SIX (2~6S) lipo packs with same capacity & cell count simultaneously with this parallel charging board.That means you can charge 6 3S 2200mAh or more at the same time with a standard charger!Spec.Cell: 2~6SVoltage: 0~22.2VDCMax current: 30ABattery: 6 packs same capacity & cell countConnector: T Connector/jst-xh
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Does everything you would expect. Seems to be a quality product with good appearance, fit, finish etc.
The balance ports are a tight fit on my cells, making removal of the balance plugs difficult. I took fiber reinforced tape and made "pull tabs" for each of the balance plugs on my packs. This made removal of the packs after charging much easier. Previously I had to use my fingernails and rock each of the plugs loose - requiring strong nails and a bit of patience.
My habit has been to limit pack imbalance to 0.1 volt. If greater than this, I charge the lowest cells for a couple minutes to bring them up to the voltage of the others. If you attach the balance plugs first, then wait a couple minutes before attaching the main plugs you will greatly reduce the "snap" (spark) that results when packs are not all equal in initial voltage.Great product, however the balance lead does not fit my Graupner Balancer 6 Plus (that I use for my Graupner Ultramat 17). Need to get a proper connector still.
This one comes with an XH balance connector!Great Product. It is well thought out and works well with both my Turnigy 10 amp and Accucell 8 chargers. By allowing me to charge in parallel I can get my small batteries charged sooner allowing more flying time. It will also let me charge my larger batteries at 1C as in preparation for a trip to the field. The balance readings appear to be as good for parallel charging as they are for single cell charging.Good finish, works fine. Now, i can charge my 5 3S 2200 packs at the same time.Parallel charging is the go. Get all your batteries charged in the same time as one. Excellent HKThe circuitry for this device is as follows: All power sockets are connected in parallel with each other with heavy printed circuit board tracks and all the balance ports are connected in parallel with each other by thin tracks. There are no electronic devices in this board. If there is an imbalance of voltage between batteries (i.e. one discharged more than the other) and the power leads are plugged in, there will be a huge rush of current from the high battery to the low one. Even though this may not blow the thick tracks on the board, it may exceed the maximum charge or discharge ratings of the batteries and cause damage. To prevent this, make up short extension leads for each socket on the board between the board and the battery with a 0.1 ohm 5 watt resistor in series with the positive lead of the extension cable. This will limit the surge current because it provides at least 0.2 ohms resistance between batteries. The leads need only be capable of carrying 5 amps. Do not ever connect the balance ports before the power ports. If there is a large voltage difference between batteries, the current surge from the high voltage pack to the low one can blow the thin balance port tracks. (This has happened to some readers).
Plug the power leads in first, wait about 5 minutes for the voltages to balance and then plug in the balance leads. Do all this before you start charginTransforms my charger in to a multi pack charger and cuts my charging time drastically. Highly recommended if you want to charge multiple pack with only 1 charger.This will be my second balance board, for my new icharger 206b, great product at a fantastic price, plan to buy another one or the xt60 version.con el cargador imax b6 solo puedes cargar 2 a la vez de 2200 ya que hay que sumar las capacidades y este entrega max.5Amp. igualmente lo recomiendo. te vas a ahorrar bastante tiempo entre cargasonly used this once seems ok.
think they should make one
with all connectors on 1 board.
ie deans.xt60,ec3 4.00mm,5.5mm,6.00mm bullets etc