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HobbyKing™ Lipo Voltage Checker (2S~8S)

HobbyKing™ Lipo Voltage Checker (2S~8S)

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The Hobbyking 2S-8S Cell Checker with low voltage alarm features loud twin piezo alarms to notify you once your cells reach a user defined voltage. You can customize the alarm to sound at a voltage between 2.7v~3.8v per cell in 0.10v increments by pressing the setting mode button.
 
This unit also features a handy built in LED display that will show the voltage of each cell followed by the overall voltage of the pack.


Don’t risk your model by flying on depleted batteries, at this price piece of mind flying can't be any cheaper!

Specifications.
Input: 2S~8S
Battery type: Lipo/LiFe/Li-ion
Cell Voltage Display Range: 0.5v~4.5v
Total Voltage Display Range: 3.7~36v
Alarm set values: Off or 2.7~3.8v
Size: 41x25x10mm
Weight: 9g

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  • SKU:
    206000020-0
  • Brand:
    HobbyKing
  • Weight(g)
    50.00
  • Length
    40.00
  • Width:
    10.00
  • Height:
    25.00
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Is my first lipo checker, i put it on 1:10 car to check the voltage of 2S battery. It work great, it sound very louder, is light and programmable! I bought another of it just to have a replacement.
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I ended up burning a cell in a brand new 5500mah 4S battery because I didnt have something to warn me of voltage drop. Get this if you fly in close distances and save your batteries, time, money, and worry no more. Not the best thing if you fly long distances so I bought a telemetry sensor for that matter but this definitely does its intended job. Couldn't find better.
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Good so far recommended
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Forget about the timers, get this cheap peace of electronics
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Light and loud gadget, nice addition to y plane. Voltage programmable! A must have!
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A must for all rc users... Saves your day!!!
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best thing i can suggest you get for monitoring your batteries. its VERY loud and can be heard easily over the noise of tmy quad.
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I use these alarms on my cars and quads. There basically a poor mans timer. They sound off when its time to land. I must have 20 of these.
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must have bit of awesome for any airplane or quad. I leave mine on to hear the low voltage alarm while flying
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I am using this extensively on my Trex 450 pro and I've just ordered another one for my Goblin 380. I no longer have to put a timer to find out when my batteries are about the be exhausted. I've set the alarm to 3.7 volts. It starts sounding when the battery reaches 40pcnt (giving some time to myself to land). The alarm is quite audible. I like this better than the telemetry I have on my Trex 550 because I don't have to take my eye off the Heliand look at the receiver to read the flight pack voltage there.
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