Hitec H4 DC 4 Port DC Battery Charger (6S/8A/120W)

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Its sleek, aluminum design, easy-to-read backlit graphic display and four computer-controlled charging ports with Lithium cell balancing circuits, make the H4 a hit for all electric airplane and helicopter pilots as well as demanding racers and backyard bashers.

Each 120-watt port is capable of delivering up to 8 amps of charging power. The independent charging channels can also be bridged to provide two independent 240-watt charge ports, or two 120-watt ports with a single 240-watt charge port. This versatility, along with the H4ís unwavering reliability, safety functions, upgradeable firmware and PC-interface capability using the HPP-22 PC Interface, make this a must-have charger.


Number of Output Channels: 4
DC Input Voltage: 11~18 VDC (requires 480-500W [30-40A] Power supply for operation)
DC Input Amperage: 30 Amps
Charge Circuit Power Per Channel: 120 Watts
Discharge Circuit Power Per Channel: 4 Watts
Charge Current Range Per Channel: 0.1~8.0 Amps, or 16A Using Hitec Bridge Connect
Discharge Current Range Per Channel: 0.1~2.0 Amps, or 4A Using Hitec Bridge Connect
Balancing Current Drain Per Cell: 300mAh
Lithium Cell Count: 1 - 6S
Nickel Cell Count: 1 - 15 cell
Pb Battery Voltage: 2 - 24V
Dimensions (W x D x H): 205x163x52mm (8.1x6.4x2.0 in)
Weight: 1200g
LCD Display: 128X64 Pixel Backlight LCD

This product was added to our catalog on February 24, 2014.

Matt Hess
Saturday, Mar 21 2015 (about 3 years ago)
Hitec H4 DC 4 Port DC Battery Charger (6S/8A/120W)
Got this charger in January. I had really high hopes for it. With two sons, both into RC, I though having a 4 channel charger would be perfect. On the positive side, It is very easy to use and the screen allows you to monitor everything that is happening with your batterys. For ergonomics and usability, hitec hit a home run .. However, about 2 weeks into using it (with hitec power converter) the charger shorted. I sent it back to hitec and it took just over a month for them to replace it (apparently they were out of stock). Got the new charger in late February, 4 weeks into using it and the same thing happened. Don't know if this was a fluke for me or not, but I've had 2 and both failed very quickly. Kudos to my local hobby shop for refunding my $, back on the market...)