Hitec RDX2 Pro AC/DC Multi Charger (6S/14A/260W)

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The Hitec RDX2 Pro AC/DC Multi Charger is a dual port AC/DC charger that delivers a whopping 260 watts of power! The RDX2 Pro features independent, 130-watt circuits, allowing you to charge two packs simultaneously. Its user-friendly Jog Dial easily scrolls through menus, making programming a breeze. Capable of charging 2S packs at rates up to 14 amps, and 4S packs up to 9 amps, the RDX2 Pro’s high charge rates provide more power in less time for your 1/8th and 1/10th-scale Buggy and Truggy needs.

High voltage 4S-6S packs can also rely on the RDX2 Pro to speedily charge 4S and 6S packs up at to 9 and 5.8 amps respectively. High power charging at faster rates will get you back in the action sooner than ever. And with just a few clicks, the RDX2 Pro will also convert into a power supply unit to power your other hobby equipment. The dual channel design can power two individual 5 – 24 volt devices simultaneously.

  • Not all Lithium batteries can be safely charged above 1C. Always follow your battery's manufacturer guidelines to prevent accidents or injury.
  • Designed exclusively to pair with the Hitec Bluetooth® Dongle to control and monitor the RDX2 Pro charger using your smartphone via the app.
  • User-Friendly Jog Dial for Easy Scrolling and Programming
  • Stores 10 Different Battery Memory Charge/Discharge Profiles
  • Balance, Standard, Fast and Storage Modes for All Lithium Battery Chemistries
  • Internal Independent Lithium Battery Balancer
  • Independent Cell Balancing While Discharging
  • Terminal Voltage Control
  • Re-Peak Charge Mode and Delta-Peak Sensitivity for NiMH/NiCd Batteries
  • Capacity Cut-Off Limit
  • Smart Ventilation Fan
  • 5V/2.1A USB port
  • Micro USB Socket for Optional Bluetooth® Dongle, PC Interface and Firmware Upgrades
  • Power Supply Function
Input Voltage: AC 100-240V/DC 11-18V
Charge Circuit Power: 130W x 2 (260 Watts total)
Discharge Circuit Power: 10W x 2
Charge Current Range: 0.1-14A x 2
Discharge Current Range: 0.1-2A x 2
Current Drain for Balancing Port: Max. 500mA/cell
DC Power Supply Output: 5-25V/130W x 2
LiPo/LiFe/Lilon/LiHV Battery Cell Count: 1-6S
Pb Battery Voltage: 2-20V
NiMH/NiCd Battery Cell Count: 1-15S
Dimensions: 6.1 x 5.9 x 2.7 in.
Net Weight: 2.13 lbs.

This product was added to our catalog on March 24, 2021

Billy R
Verified Owner
Thursday, Jun 17 2021 (about 2 years ago)
Hitec RDX2 Pro AC/DC Multi Charger (6S/14A/260W)
I've used this charger to do storage charge and once to charge two 6s packs. Things I like about the charger is its a good size compact charger. And it's very quick and does have alot of nice features such as voltage check and resistance checker. Things I don't like are the menu system is kinda not really user friendly. Not sure if I would recommend it for a first lipo charger. And it uses XT60 PLUGS instead of banana plugs for charge leads which I was not expecting and had to purchase separately to be able to charge my EC5 PACKS. It comes with 2 xt60 to deans adapters and a set of alligator clips to charge off a car battery. Oh and it does also operate as a power station and does have a USB for charging or updating. And also has the ability to work off Bluetooth but needs other parts to do it.. so over all great charger think it could benefit from better charge leads and better user interface.. the balance ports are built into the front so thats also kinda weird trying to plug them in and use the funky charge leads.. thats my honest review as of now..
Jason Sandlin
Monday, May 3 2021 (about 2 years ago)
Hitec RDX2 Pro AC/DC Multi Charger (6S/14A/260W)
Is this a fairly new charger in the Hitec lineup, because I can't find a Single customer review on it, anywhere on the internet. I've found lots of good reviews on the 100w version - Hitec(AC/X2), and on other comparable chargers - the Protek Prodigy 625 and tons of reviews on the Hobbymate D6 Duo Pro 200w charger, but nothing on this model. Thinking about buying it but would love to read up on some actual customers opinions. Gave it a 5 star rating in hopes of someone noticing this post.