ProTek RC "Prodigy 610ez AC/DC" LiHV/LiPo Balance Battery Charger (6S/10A/100W)
The ProTek R/C "Prodigy 610ez AC/DC" LiHV/LiPo/LiFe/NiMH AC/DC Battery Charger is a single port AC/DC charger that can handle 6S packs, is capable of 10 amp charge rates, worldwide 100V/220V voltage versatility, with 100 Watts of power... the next generation of Prodigy has arrived.
This charger features a Hi-Voltage LiHV mode that allows you to safely charge Hi-Voltage LiHV capable batteries. You can adjust the charging end voltage of this mode up to 4.40V per cell, which is considerably higher than 4.20V per cell of an ordinary LiPo battery. Charging at this higher end voltage requires a Hi-Voltage LiHV capable battery, but the power gains are significant to the overall punch and power for the R/C model. But please note: battery voltages exceeding 4.20V per cell is prohibited from sanctioned racing rules, such as ROAR, IFMAR, etc.
Dual Power Input
The power source can be 11-18V DC input or a 100-240V AC source. With a builtin power supply, users can directly connect the AC power cord to the main AC input. The power supply can accept AC power from all over the world without the worry of damage.
AC Input Voltage: 100V-240V
DC Input Voltage: 11V-18V
Chemistry: LiPo, Li-Ion, LiFe, LiHV, NiMH, NiCd, Pb
Cell Count: LiPo/Li-Ion/LiFe/LiHV: 1-6S; NiMH/NiCd: 1-15 cells; Pb: 2-24V
Voltage Cutoff (per cell): LiPo: 4.18-4.22V; Li-Ion: 4.18-4.20V; LiFe: 3.68-3.8V; LiHV: 4.30-4.40V
Display: LCD; blue back light (non-touch)
Charge Current: 0.1A-10A
Charge Power: 100W max.
Balance Current: 400mA/cell
Cooling System: Fan
Safety Timer: 1-720min or off
Discharge Current: 0.1A-2.0A
Discharge Power: 5W max.
Memory: 10 different profiles
How To Calculate Your Charging Needs
To determine if this charger is suitable for your application, you must perform this calculation to determine the maximum amp rate the charger can supply. Divide the Watts of the charger by the Voltage of the battery pack. This will tell you the maximum amp rate the charger can deliver (Watts / Voltage = Amps). For example, if using the Touch 625 AC and a 6S LiPo battery, you would divide 200 Watts by 22.2 Volts to realize a 9 Amp charge rate. This means that the charger can supply a maximum of 9 amps to a 22.2 Volt 6S battery. This amp rate will gradually reduce as the battery voltage increases during the charge cycle.
LiPo Battery & Charger Warnings:
This product was added to our catalog on November 22, 2017