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|Input cells||2-7 cells||2-7 cells||2-7 cells||4-7 cells||4-7 cells|
|Total cell battery capacity(0-99%)||√||√||√||X||X|
|Individual Battery cell voltage||√||√||√||X||X|
|Lowest cell voltage||√||√||√||X||X|
|Highest cell voltage||√||√||√||X||X|
Voltage Difference Between
Highest and lowest cell voltages
Questions & Answers
Stay AWAY from this. Its not accurate by any means. I charge brand new batteries to the full, and it shows 60% charge. My HiTech meter shows 100% and a friend at the field has a Futaba meter that also shows 100%. I tossed this in the garbage (lesson learned)
By Tim on April 22, 2018
Yes it will show the total votake of the battery
By Russell on April 11, 2018
Need to use the joint balance charger is connected to the measuring appliance connector.
By Didrika on March 22, 2018
By William Wilcox on March 18, 2018
No. Unless the battery has a compatible balancing lead (I've never seen one on a lead acid battery).
By Jason on March 11, 2018
If you have a JST-XH balance plug already wired to each cell in your battery, then yes it should work, if not, no.
By S9plus on March 1, 2018
this unit gives both battery capacity and cell voltage level,the 4.190,cell voltage is at full charge for a 3.7v battery
By William H. on February 27, 2018
I just connect the balance charge cable from my LiPo batteries to the checkers pins to check the battery. You can slide the connector from the battery onto the pins. LiPos are the only battery I have used with this battery checker. I have not used them with nicad or nimh batteries.
By HappyCamper on February 7, 2018
You might need something like the Traxxas 2938 adaptor. Hope this helps.
By Jr. on December 21, 2017
You will need to make your own adapter like I did. It only accepts the small connectors that you would find on a servo. The hole resembles a receiver with 3 pins.
By RC-NUT on December 9, 2017
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April 28, 2019
Handy to check my flight batteries before flight. Checks my Lipo packs multiple ways, but I like the percent of remaining charge feature after a flight. I can also check my NiCad receiver battery on my Glow engine planes. No cables needed, just use what is on the battery packs. Easy to use. I have 3. One for use in my shop, one in my flight box, and one, just because. Accurate. It matches my charger's readings.
By George Robertson
January 18, 2018
By Brad B
January 15, 2018
Very nice lipo battery tester. The only thing I really dislike is how loud the beeping is and I haven't found a way to disable it. Looks and feels a lot better than the cheaper testers that only give voltage. Again, the beeping is my only problem with it. I even took it apart but there was no way to disable the speaker without tearing up the board.
January 12, 2018
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December 31, 2017
By Imaxinar DM
December 15, 2017
I have only just gotten it and started to use it. Fairly straight forward.. the manual is in the package as the display background for the retail packaging. It is not real clear on the pin inputs.. and if you follow the markings on the case you can go wrong. It looks like Ground is the 3rd pin from the right.. it's not. It is the First pin on the right. The markings on the case should be spaced out better to match over the pin it refers to. Beyond that it is just plug and play...
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By GLM in VA
December 7, 2017
I was told at my local hobby shop that I needed a battery checker since I had several different types of LiPo batteries as well as some older NiCads laying around. I didn't want to break the bank buying one. I'm new to the hobby scene that is using LiPo batteries, so when I received this unit thought that I should come with a cable to plug into that set of male pins on the end. Went to local hobby shop and the told me that the unit looked just like thier more expensive unit and appeared to be same quality. Then they showed me how the variouis LiPo batteries hook up right to the tester using the battery's balance connector. Duhhhh, boy did I feel stupid. My bad as my son would say. Works great, now that I know how to use it. So other than maybe a bit more descriptive set of directions for newbies, this is a fantastic buy if you are in the market for a battery tester in your RC bag of tools.
December 6, 2017
The nicest feature about this unit is the percentage display. It is the reason I bought it. Whether you are checking a 2, 3, 4, or more cell LiPo battery you can compare the same number. This is easier than remembering what voltage you should have for each cell count. You could look at individual cell voltage but the percentage gives you a picture of the entire pack. I check voltage every time my plane is on the ground. I never take off under 80%. It quickly gives you a feel for how much of the battery you are using per flight time. cons - the pins that the balance plug go into feel weak, I'm worried they will break soon, but so far no problems.
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