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Skyrc S60 6A Balance Charger

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Skyrc S60 6A Balance Charger

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GENUINE SkyRC S60 60W 6A LiPo LiHV NiMH Battery AC Balance Charger

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SkyRC S60 AC Professional Charger/Discharger stands out for its exquisite and stylish design. It can charge nearly all current battery types in the market, including new generation LiPo battery with end voltage 4.35V. What's more, users could set the terminal voltage by themselves and connect it to PC for PC control and firmware upgrade. Besides that, users could also use it as Lithium Battery Meter and Battery Internal Resistance Meter. There are Automatic Charging Current Limit, Capacity Limit, Temperature Threshold and Processing Time Limit which makes the charger safe to use.
The user can monitor pack voltage, cell voltage and other data during the charging, view charge date in realtime graphs, and can also control charging and update firmware from "Charge Master".

1. 100 - 240v AC build-in adapter
2. Up to 60w/6 Amp high output for rapid charging
3. Charges 6 - 8 cells (7.2v - 9.6v) NiMH NiCD batteries
4. Charges 2 - 4 cells (7.4v - 14.8v) LiPo / LiFe / LiHV / Lilon batteries
5. Charges 6 - 12v PB batteries
6. LiHV mode for charging new generation LiPo with 4.35v end voltage
7. 0.1 - 2.0A discharge
8. TVC / PC control
9. Battery lead with Tamiya and Deans connectors
10. Charge current range: 0.1 - 6.0A
1. Net WeighTt: 310g
2. Input Voltage: AC100-240V
3. Charge Circuit Power: Max 60W
4. Discharge Circuit Power: 10W
5. Charge Current Range: 0.1-6A
6. Discharge Current Range: 0.1-2A
7. Current Drian for Balancing Port: Max 200mA/cell
8. Trickle Charging Current: 50mA-300mA & OFF
9.LiPo/LiFe/Lilon/LiHV Battery Cell Count: 2-4S
10. NiMH/NiCd Battery Cell Count: 6-8S
11. Pb Battery Voltage: 6-12V

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