Comments on the Turnigy 200W A6-10 Lipo Multi-charger from HobbyKing

Posted: February 12, 2011 in Uncategorized
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The Turnigy 200W A6-10 Multi-charger I purchased from HobbyKing seems to do a much better and quicker job of Lipo cell voltage cell-balancing than my previous GT A6-D. The only downside is that power input for the Turnigy 200W is DC via 12V battery. There is no radio jack for ac/dc adaptors – so when the 12V lead acid battery is low on power, there will be a “Input Voltage Error” status alert on the LED panel. On the other hand, the previous charger by GTRC had an in-built power supply with an external power cable jack. The main reason for the upgrade was to charge my soon-to-arrive Gens Ace 2s and 3s 5000mAh 40C Hardcase lipos at 2C rate, which the Turnigy is capable of, with its max-amp output of 10A. Now, I probably could cycle the use and charging of 3 packs to last a whole afternoon at the track.


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