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X100 AC / DC Chargeur d'écran 100W tactile (US Plug)

X100 AC / DC Chargeur d'écran 100W tactile (US Plug)

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Le tout nouveau chargeur X100 est le dernier et le plus innovant chargeur de batterie, avec son esthétique super cool et plein écran tactile couleur. Cela est devenu le "must have" chargeur pour tous les fans de RC. Le X100 Chargeur fournit même charge des graphiques de la batterie. Le X100 a la capacité de charger LiPo, LiFe, NiMH, NiCd, Pb .... types de piles les plus courantes. Puissance de sortie maximale est 8A, ce qui signifie une charge 11.1V 2200mah peut prendre aussi peu de 20 minutes.

Le X100 dispose d'une planche d'équilibre intégré et un port de charge USB (5v 2.1A Output) qui est idéal pour charger l'iPhone ou Android Phones. Une alimentation AC intégrée vous permet d'alimenter votre X100 à la maison sans la nécessité d'une alimentation externe, alors que l'entrée DC conduit vous permet de l'alimenter sur le terrain.

Le facile à lire et à naviguer écran tactile de 3 pouces vous donne une excellente flexibilité. La commutation entre les écrans est rapide et facile à comprendre. Contrairement chargeurs moins chers où vous devez faire défiler tous les menus pour trouver la fonction que vous avez besoin, l'interface utilisateur X100 vous permet de sauter directement sur le paramètre dont vous avez besoin tout de suite.

Caractéristiques:
• 3 "pouces écran TFT écran tactile
• processeur 32 bits
• Interface multiple de langue
• Port USB
• Prise en charge de 6 types de la chimie de la batterie différents
• Jusqu'à 6S Lithium
• Taux de charge maximum 8 ampères
• Construit en AC Power Supply, soutient également la puissance DC

Spécifications:
Écran tactile: 3,0 pouces 400 x 240 px
Plage de tension de fonctionnement: 11.0 ~ 28.0V
Entrée AC: 110 ~ 240V
Circuit d' alimentation: Max 100W (charge) et Max 10W (déchargement)
Charge Gamme de courant: 0,1 ~ 8A
Décharge Gamme de courant: 0,1 ~ 3A
Consommation de courant pour l' équilibrage LiPo: 300mAh / cellulaire
Batterie au lithium Cell Count: 1 ~ 6 series
NiCd / NiMh batterie Cell Count: 1 ~ 16 cellules
Pb tension de la batterie: 2 à 24V
Dimension: 148 x 140 x 48mm
Poids: 560g

Le forfait comprend:
X100 Chargeur
Fil rouge Fil noir
Lead Charge XT60
Alligator Clips
Stylet pour écran tactile
US AC Cordon d'entrée

  • UGS 190000007-3
  • Brand -
  • Capacité ( mAh ) -
  • Poids 950.0000
  • Longueur 250.00
  • Packaging Width 50.00
  • la taille 175.00
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I really like the LCD display - but the performance is a bit disappointing. Doesn't come with many leads - just a short power cord, a short XT60 lead, and a short lead with two croc clips to enable it to be hooked up to a 12v source. No problem, since I have plenty of balance and charger leads from my other chargers. It doesn't seem to fully charge any of my packs - I've tried two 6s 2650 Nano Techs and a 6s 2700 Zippy so far. Final voltage is about 24.9v, and the #6 cell shows as being charged to 4.21v, with all the other cells at 4.16v or 4.17v. Using an iCard cell checker, the DeltaV is worse - about 0.09v, and the packs show as being charged to 93pcnt. I get better results with my ECO 6-10 charger - . I'm tempted to open it up to see if there are any adjustments possible, tho the small manual that comes with it warns against it. Once the packs are more or less charged, it seems to piddle around for up to 20 minutes before announcing completion of charging, without improving the DeltaV in that 20 minutes.

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I really like the LCD display - but the performance is a bit disappointing. Doesn't come with many leads - just a short power cord, a short XT60 lead, and a short lead with two croc clips to enable it to be hooked up to a 12v source. No problem, since I have plenty of balance and charger leads from my other chargers. It doesn't seem to fully charge any of my packs - I've tried two 6s 2650 Nano Techs and a 6s 2700 Zippy so far. Final voltage is about 24.9v, and the #6 cell shows as being charged to 4.21v, with all the other cells at 4.16v or 4.17v. Using an iCard cell checker, the DeltaV is worse - about 0.09v, and the packs show as being charged to 93pcnt. I get better results with my ECO 6-10 charger - . I'm tempted to open it up to see if there are any adjustments possible, tho the small manual that comes with it warns against it. Once the packs are more or less charged, it seems to piddle around for up to 20 minutes before announcing completion of charging, without improving the DeltaV in that 20 minutes.

This is the best charger I have ever had

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This is the best charger I have ever had

As soon as I plugged it in there was a big pop and poof of smoke. And nothing happened. No sign of life. I unplugged it and plugged it back in and still nothing. Then I went to the computer to look up how to get a replacement. Was pretty livid. Then magically, I start hearing a beep. And sure enough it starts up and has been working fine ever since. I have yet to try it on DC power though. Not sure what blew and what fixed on it's own. Time will tell. Also, when charging my 4S lipos, the fans kick in and it's super loud. Great little charger though.

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As soon as I plugged it in there was a big pop and poof of smoke. And nothing happened. No sign of life. I unplugged it and plugged it back in and still nothing. Then I went to the computer to look up how to get a replacement. Was pretty livid. Then magically, I start hearing a beep. And sure enough it starts up and has been working fine ever since. I have yet to try it on DC power though. Not sure what blew and what fixed on it's own. Time will tell. Also, when charging my 4S lipos, the fans kick in and it's super loud. Great little charger though.

fantastic little charger. Been using for a year with no problems. Wish the USB port was functional and would charge a smartphone..

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fantastic little charger. Been using for a year with no problems. Wish the USB port was functional and would charge a smartphone..

I am happy with my purchase, this charger is very powerful, but a small problem exists : the multi language does not, only english. Is it possible to make an update of the app with an apple computer ? Thanks for your reply. Kind regards.

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I am happy with my purchase, this charger is very powerful, but a small problem exists : the multi language does not, only english. Is it possible to make an update of the app with an apple computer ? Thanks for your reply. Kind regards.

While it looks cool, this charger is extremely loud. The build-in cooling fan is very small and works on very high RPM, so it produces a sound like a small jet engine. The fan turns on even at lower temperatures, which is really annoying. LCD display is nice, and the interface is intuitive. If not for the creaming fan, this would be a great item.

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While it looks cool, this charger is extremely loud. The build-in cooling fan is very small and works on very high RPM, so it produces a sound like a small jet engine. The fan turns on even at lower temperatures, which is really annoying. LCD display is nice, and the interface is intuitive. If not for the creaming fan, this would be a great item.

Super value for money. Screen is a little small for those with fat fingers like myself but for a plug in acdc charger that supports discharge up to 3amps. For the price it's a no brainer. It is also very quite even with fans on which is hardly. I use this charger for 2cell race packs, some life tx packs and my motorbike battery. Two words, "just value"!

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Super value for money. Screen is a little small for those with fat fingers like myself but for a plug in acdc charger that supports discharge up to 3amps. For the price it's a no brainer. It is also very quite even with fans on which is hardly. I use this charger for 2cell race packs, some life tx packs and my motorbike battery. Two words, "just value"!

CHARGEUR INTELLIGENT TACTIL TRES TRES BIEN

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CHARGEUR INTELLIGENT TACTIL TRES TRES BIEN

I've had this charger for a month or so no, running it quite often to feed my multirotor addiction. So far, I'm very happy. I love the touch screen and visual graphs etc. Very intuitive interface and most importantly, seems to do a nice consistent charge. I highly recommend this guy for this price range.

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I've had this charger for a month or so no, running it quite often to feed my multirotor addiction. So far, I'm very happy. I love the touch screen and visual graphs etc. Very intuitive interface and most importantly, seems to do a nice consistent charge. I highly recommend this guy for this price range.

Great value for the money. Very easy to use graphical interface. Convenient memory function, lets you store up to 6 different battery recipes.

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Great value for the money. Very easy to use graphical interface. Convenient memory function, lets you store up to 6 different battery recipes.

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