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By Robert James Randle III on September 4, 2017
Thank you for taking time to answer.Bob
By Robert Lee on September 5, 2017
There is a menu that asks what voltage\how many cells and what type you are charging. It won't charge if it doesn't sense the proper voltage for that setting. No calibration is necessary.
By Brian T on May 4, 2018
Yes, you can.
By BodhiDhamma on March 29, 2018
Yes you will need to buy a.c. cord separately and you may need to buy the wire to connect your battery separately both are cheap still makes it a great buy it come with a power cord to hook it to a battery wich I use a lot cause I fly my drones in an open field
By Johnny Clark on March 19, 2018
It uses the standard barrel connector. 12-15v 3-6 amp would be best. It's the size that most 12v barrel connections are.
By PRESTIGIOUS INNOVATION DEVELOP… on February 21, 2018
I would suggest you stick with 12 volts I tried a 10 volt cord with a low milli amp and it got flaky the charge comes with a connect to hook to a 12 volt battery I found really handy until I could locate a power cord
By Johnny Clark on February 19, 2018
Not that I can tell.
By SchwettyBawls on February 26, 2018
I got that too when I tried using just the balance charge port. It finally worked when I used the deans adapter with the positive and negative plugs instead. Perhaps you can use both for the balance charging option.
By Guy on February 7, 2018
Ok, You have jogged my memory, I did scab together those two cords. You will need a 12 volt transformer with, I think it was a 5 amp plug. The key is to find the right plug. I have drilled out smaller plugs and made them work off of a 12 volt battery.
By MAXX on January 30, 2018
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By M. Claude
January 19, 2018
Excellent charger. No issues, and it even has presets you can create to make it easier to charge different battery types if you have different milliamps. The only thing it was missing was an adapter to charge a TX-60 lipo battery. It was not until I bought the below balance charge board that I could connect the batteries properly to charge them. The charger comes with the correct connection for a dean plug which I was then able to plug into the balance board leads. Just be aware of this going in. You will need to also buy a balance board with a Dean Connector or buy a Dean to TX-60 adapter. Minus 1 star for making me buy an addition part to charge Lipo batteries.
By Joel De Gan
December 27, 2017
This is a great charger and gives you a lot of information on your batteries, for the money it is the best one I have found. Literally the only reason I don't give it five stars is that it does not come with a wall charger and has no XT60 connector, both omissions seem odd to me given that this is geared toward RC hobbyists LIPO batteries. Luckily I had a wall plug for a cheaper charger that worked and I was able to get a XT60 charging cable delivered quick, with those this thing is a great balance charger and I really like it.
December 16, 2017
Just writing this to say that the AC wall plug adapter that's suggested in the "Frequently Bought Together" (see: LE Power Adapter, Transformers, Power Supply For LED Strip, Output 12V DC, 3A Max, 36 Watt Max, UL Listed ) section is **NOT** compatible with this charger. The adapter plug's hole in the middle is too small for the charger and will not fit. The voltage was right but the plug dimensions were not. Read the product question section and carefully pick your wall plug for this product so you don't end up wasting money like I did.
By Aaron M. Smith
December 16, 2017
Works really well for the price you can't knock it. As one reviewer said it has these features, well it definately does not have a battery meter or resistance checker, and or wifi anything. Only balance charging and temp sensor add on. Although it will show voltage of your battery & each cell when charging only. If you want to be able to hook up your PC by USB charger port, and have a battery meter and resistance checker mode then you will need to buy the Skyrc IMAX B6AC V2 model charger. That charger has built in 60 watts power supply and can run on 12v dc as well. Also it has 10 more watts than the Goolrc charger, 60 watts total charge capability. But for the price this Goolrc charger works well. The forward button in first menu does not advance, to advance you need to push the stop button. So little quirks here and there. But it charges & does the job with the 50 watts of total power. Make sure you buy a higher rated wattage 12v ac to dc power supply just in case. And or even better just use your car battery. It is Very Easy to use. I like it & you should buy one for yourself or for a gift. It is extra compact & useful. Heck the charging cables & connectors alone that come with it cost more than this charger does. It has been very reliable too. Last thing, I advise you not to discharge lipo batteries on this charger. Rather than heat up this charger and waste the lifespan of both your batteries and this charger when discharging, you should really run your batteries in your quad/plane or whatever RC thing you own until your lipo is at storage voltage about 3.7 volts each cell. This charger gets some what hot when you discharge your lipo batteries for storage mode so i really advise against it. Heat kills both batteries and chargers.
December 15, 2017
Awesome charger. Has the same features as ones that are twice as much. Seems like a solidly built charger. I use this for small 1s lipo batteries so haven't tried anything larger yet (220mAh). It works perfect for my use. The directions are easy to understand and I probably could have charged my batteries based on them but I always do more online research first one stuff like this. I really like the saved settings. I setup my charge, discharge, and storage and still have a couple saves left. There are two problems which is why it is at 4 stars. It does not take any 11v-18v DC charger. I have a lot of them in that range but none would fit (from computers and other electronics), they were all a little too wide to fit the hole. Which is weird, so I had to buy a DC cable to use. Also you can't go forward and back through the program/charging setup. You can only go back, so if you missed what you were doing you have to cycle through everything.
December 9, 2017
This is a neat little balance charger at a great price. Four stars only because it does not include an AC power supply. The most common issue people seem to have with this thing is the "input vol[tage]" error. Seems to be occurring because you need more than the output voltage and sufficient and put amperage to be able to drive the charging circuitry. For example. The charger did not appear to be happy with the input to charge a 3 cell 11.1 volt battery until I connected a power supply that puts in 12v @ 2amps (take that, wife...it DOES pay to be a packrat)
September 8, 2017
Best charger for the price hands down! I cannot say enough good about this charger. It balances, it stores, it has options I don't use. Has a cable for everything I need charged. It's 12v and I use an adapter to plug it in to A.C.. no need to spend a lot of money this charger does it!
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December 16, 2017
So I'm new to the world of RC and needed a cheap starting solution to charge my 2s, 3s, and 4s batteries for my quadcopters This fit the bill perfectly. Easy to program and adjust, and affordable. Only reason I'm reading this 4 star is because I had to purchase an AC adapter separately. In the field this clips right onto a 12v battery for remote Charging. Great for starters.
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By Brian T
March 15, 2017
This little charger is great for charging drill battery packs. It is very picky about its input voltage so I highly recommend buying the proper 15 volt supply for it right off the bat. It brought several nicd drill batteries back to life and is great for figuring out the life of individual 18650 cells.
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