This is the Hitec X1 Pro DC Multi-Charger. The X1 Pro battery charger delivers a powerful 180 watts to your Lithium-based, NiCd, NiMH and Lead-Acid batteries. With an adjustable charge current rate of 0.1~16 amps, this single port powerhouse provides exactly what your hobby demands in the workshop, at the field or in the pits. The X1 Pro design includes docking capability with the ePowerBox 17A power supply (HRC44216) upping its ante in convenience and portability.
- Charges Lithium, Nickel and Lead Acid batteries
- 2x 16 blue LCD backlight display
- Efficient fan and aluminum case for cool operation
- Integrated design to work seamlessly with the ePowerBox 17A power supply
- 10 Charge/Discharge profile memory
- USB Port for PC control and firmware upgrade
- Built in balancing circuit
- Temperature probe socket
Input Voltage Range: 11~18 Volts DC
Charge Circuit Power: 180 Watts
Discharge Circuit Power: 30 Watts
Charge Current Range: 0.1~16.0 Amps
Discharge Current Range: 0.1~8.0 Amps
LiPo, LiFe & LiIon Balancing Current Drain: 200mA per Cell
LiPo, LiFe & LiIon Cell Count: 1~6 Cells
Maximum NiCd/NiMh Cell Count: 1~15 Cells
Lead Acid (Pb) Cells / Voltage: 2~20 Volts
Weight: 14.3 oz.
WARNING NOTE: This charger is not compatible with Traxxas iD equipped LiPo Batteries; only Traxxas iD chargers properly charge Traxxas iD LiPo Batteries. NEVER, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, use this charger to charge a Traxxas iD equipped LiPo Battery.
This product was added to our catalog on August 26, 2014
Pretty cool that it comes with a full balancer pad, Power leads, and a few charging leads. Has a temp sensor port and a USB port! Hast a big smart fan that stays very cool! It never got hot, when I was charging my huge heli batts at max power for my 700 heli battery. 6S 5500mah 45C at 8.1A. (8,100mah) fast charge. If I do the math, That's: 180W/22.2V=8.10Amps true calculated power output, into a 6S. So, My max charging capacity for the 6S on this charger is at 8,100mah. (1A=1,000Mah) You take the wattage of the charger, and divide that by the voltage of your battery pack. That will give you that max amperage charge rate it will put out, for every cell pack.
Few pro's and a few con's.. But the pro's by far out weigh the con's. I highly recommend it!
I fly Electric, Glow and Gas. I trust this charger to work with all my serious models!