ProTek RC Prodigy 67 Quad AC LiPo/LiFe AC/DC Battery Charger (6S/7A/80W x 4)
This is the ProTek R/C "Prodigy 67 Quad AC" LiPo/LiFe/NiMH AC/DC Battery Charger. The next generation of Prodigy has arrived. The Prodigy 67 Quad AC delivers a complete multi-task charging solution for enthusiasts at every level. The versatility of this charger makes it a perfect fit for nitro and electric modelers, regardless of whether you drive, float or fly. Its backed by the unmatched customer support you receive from ProTek R/C, so buy with confidence knowing we've got you covered!
The Prodigy 67 Quad AC features a built-in 110/220V compatible AC power supply for worldwide voltage compatibility, combined with four individual inputs that allow you to charge four batteries of varying chemistry simultaneously, at charge rates up to 7 Amps. Additional features include the Digital Power setting that allows users to power additional DC powered equipment from an unused port.
These features only scratch the surface of what the Prodigy 67 Quad AC delivers. Grab a Prodigy 67 Quad AC and see for yourself why ProTek R/C is found on the benches of some of the most respected R/C professionals in the world, including racer Atsushi Hara, pilot Tim Jones and more. The next generation has arrived. Don't get left behind.
Prodigy 67 Quad AC Features:
- Four Channel Digital AC/DC Balance Charger
- Maximum 7A Charge Current, up to 80W Per Channel
- Maximum 2A Discharge Current, up to 10W Per Channel
- 110V - 220V AC Input
- 11.0 - 18V DC Input Voltage Range
- Digital Power Program Delivers 3V - 24V to Power Other DC Devices
- Supports up to 6S Lithium & 16 Cell Nickel Battery Packs
- Lithium, Nickel & Lead Acid Compatible
- Simple & Efficient User Interface
- ±0.01 Balance Tolerance Range
- Microprocessor Controlled
- Multiple Safety Functions
- Individual Cell Balancing
- Heavy Duty Metal Case
- Delta-Peak Sensitivity
- Back-Light Screen
- Efficient Heat Sink
|Charger Model||Prodigy 67 Quad AC|
|AC Input Voltage Range||AC 110V or 220V
|DC Input Voltage Range|| DC 11.0V - 18.0V
|Charge Current Range||0.1 - 7.0A x4
|Discharge Current Range|| 0.1 - 2.0A x4
|Charge Power Limit||80W x4
|Discharge Power Limit|| 10W x4
|Balance Current||Max. 500mA
|NiCd/NiMH Cell Count||1 - 16 Cells
|Lithium Battery Cell Count||1 - 6 Cells
|Pb Battery Voltage|| 2 - 20V
|Digital Power||3 - 24V
NOTE: 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). So using the 67 Quad AC as an example and a 6S LiPo battery pack, would be 80 Watts divided by 22.2 Volts, which equals 3.6 Amps. This means that the charger can supply a maximum of 3.6 amps to a 22.2 Volt 6S battery. This amp rate will gradually reduce as the battery voltage increases during the charge cycle.
1) DO NOT leave the battery in your model when charging
2) DO NOT leave unattended when charging
3) ALWAYS balance charge the battery
4) ALWAYS use a LiPo charging bag
5) YOU MUST use a Li-Poly specific charger to charge the pack (NiMH or NiCD only chargers WILL NOT WORK!)
6) YOU MUST not over discharge the Li-Poly battery pack
7) READ & UNDERSTAND the instructions carefully before operating this battery
- (1) Prodigy 67 Quad AC Charger
- (1) XT60 DC Power Input Cable
- (1) AC Power Input Cable
- (1) Open Ended Charge Lead
- (1) Alligator Clip Charge Lead
- (1) JST Charge Lead
- (1) Receiver Battery Charge Lead
- (2) Battery Clamps
- (4) XH Type LiPo Balance Board
- (4) T-Style to 4mm Bullets Lead
NOTE: Included power cord is only compatible with Type B 110V outlets. "Type E/F" (PTK-5316), "Type G" (PTK-5317), and "Type I" (PTK-5318) power cords are available and must be purchased separately.
ProTek R/C is an AMain.com brand.
This product was added to our catalog on November 14, 2013.
this charger is awesome just because i had a problem does not mean yours will there are a ton of these out there that have no issues. plus amain took care of mine with no problems i was a little disappointed that i had to pay for return shipping and insure it. but its fixxed and i will no longer complain.)
Solid and works well. Comes with lots of connectors, and 4 balance boards. 80 watts per channel is better, as many of the comparable chargers are 50 watts per, which is just a bit short for some batteries.
Being able to charge different types and sizes of batteries at the same time is nice. All 4 channels are totally independent.
Negatives are -
really loud fan. Sounds like one of my quads running on the table.
Horrible manual. After a bit, it becomes clear, but some items such as memory save / load, are not even mentioned in the manual. Still trying to figure out the memories. LOL
Overall, I think this will serve me well for many years, and yes I would buy it again.)
**Positives: balance charges 4 lipo's at once and they don't need to be the same capacity or cell count.
comes with 4 balance boards
works off both AC and DC power without the need of an external power supply.
fully independent charging channels
charges relatively fast
very simple and easy to set up and use
emits a warm or almost burnt electronics smell from the exhaust fan and has ever since the first moment it was turned on. Though everything works properly and nothing ever gets hot or even warm to the touch.
fan is always on even when batteries are finished charging until you clear all 4 channels after the charge is complete and then the fan finally shuts down. Be nice if the fan turned off after the last battery finished charging as it is rather loud.
Overall it's a good charger and a great seller with fast prompt shipping.)
That is the best part!)