Brand: eTronix

Part Number: ET0200-8

£47.49 Web Price RRP £49.99

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Etronix's first foray into the charger market is with this exciting, feature packed and competitively priced all-in-one unit. Small and compact witha built in AC power supply, microprocessor controlled high performance charger/discharger/cycler for NiCd/NiMH/Lithium/Pb batteries with an integrated cell voltage balancer.

Dual input power AC/DC, temperature sensor option and integrated Lithium battery balancer.

Charge current up to 5A, discharge current up to 1A, 1 to 6 series of Lilo/LiPo/LiFe, 1 to 15 cells of NiCd/NiMH, 2 to 20v of Lead-acid (Pb)

Powerpal AC Specifications:
  • Battery Type: 1-6 Li-Po, Li-Ion, Li-Fe, 1-15 NiCd, NiMH, 1-6 Lead-Acid
  • Charge Rate: 0.1A-5.0A (Max 80W)
  • Discharge Rate: 0.1A-1A (Max 5W)
  • Cycle Charge/Discharge: 1-5 Cycles (charge>discharge, discharge>charge)
  • Balancer: Built-in individual voltage balancer for Lithium batteries 300mAh/cell current drain
  • Fast/Storage Mode: Charge Lithium batteries for special purposes. 'Fast' reduces charge time, while 'Storage' controls final voltage for long time storage
  • Charge Safety: Delta Peak [*]Sensitivity voltage detection (NiCd/NiMH) Auto-Charge current limit useful for small capacity NiMH, Auto-Charge current limit useful for small capacity NiMH, Capacity limit charge, Temperature limit charge, Time limit charge
  • Battery Data: 5 model memory

  • 1 x Charge leads for Receiver batteries,
  • 1 x Receiver batteries JST plug,
  • 1 x Glow stick,
  • 1 x Deans connector,
  • 1 x Crocodile Universal clip,
  • 1 x JST XH Balance Board.

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