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HobbyKing Parallel charging Board for 6 packs 2~6S (EC3)

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Our very own in-house designed and built parallel charge board!
Now you can 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: 2~6S
Voltage: 0~22.2VDC
Max current: 30A
Battery: 6 packs (same capacity & cell count)
Connector: EC3/jst-xh

Note: The batteries should have same capacity.

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HYPERformance | Verified Buyer

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May 12, 2015

works as advertised. cant think of one bad thing

Banks | Verified Buyer

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Apr 16, 2015

This is a generic copy of a paraboard that was designed originally by a company here in the USA. I have two paraboards from this USA company who sent well written instructions with theirs. So, I am very familiar with the correct way to connect the batteries. Balance ports on different sides of the paraboard are arranged in REVERSED direction. This is a critical feature. The HK version is designed the same way. When I attempted to connect the balance plug on the opposite side I made certain that the guides on the balance plug were aligned correctly. When I inserted the plug it blew the fuse. So, you can say the safety feature worked. But the more troubling part is the paraboard was probably not wired correctly. So my advice is to BE AWARE AND PAY ATTENTION TO WHAT YOU'RE DOING!

Abo Soud | Verified Buyer

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Apr 15, 2015

good, just always make sure your lipos voltage are close to each other and always plug the battery leads first when you use one of these. ec3 version

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Feb 03, 2015

perfect item .. was looking for that a long time

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Nov 22, 2014

ma ajuta mult boardul acesta !

folosesc multe bateri cu mufa ec3 si mia prins perfect

RTF & RTC Ace | Verified Buyer

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Sep 18, 2014

Who's great idea was this? Give them a raise as this is ingenious and beats the daylight out of sliced bread.

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Sep 12, 2014

These are a handy tool, built well. If you plug them in wrong, the traces act as fuses. The least onerous outcome.

Would you rather it blow up your charger or battery? I've screwed up, but it's not the products fault. If anybody is to blame - it's the person responsible for the poor indexing tabs on the balance connector. It's very eassy to offset or reverse, the tabs just push the connector body out of the way.
Normally I'd solder a jumper on the burned trace, For the price, I'll order a couple more, and consider the price a minor penalty for gettig careless with a Lipo.

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Aug 03, 2014

It works nicely. I just charged 4x 3S 2200 mAh perfectly. My only gripe is the rubber insulation on the bottom - I really wish this had a plastic case/enclosure instead. The rubber doesn't stick very well and the connector ends do puncture it.

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Jul 19, 2014

very good (and bigger than it looks on the picture).

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Jun 23, 2014

I've had several of these. In my opinion, they are dangerous. I am convinced that shorts on the board due to poor quality have destroyed several batteries and in one case caused a fire.

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