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Multifunctional Balance Charger
  • Model: B6AC+

Multifunctional Balance Charger

iMax B6AC+ Multifunctional Balance Charger /Built-in AC Adapter

item#: B6AC+
Charger with built-in AC adapter - use at home and at the field 5-1/4" x 5-3/4" x 1-5/8".
Dual Power multi-use charger for 1-6 Li-Ion/LiPo/LiFe cells,1-15 NiCd/NiMH cells,
and Pb 2-20V. Includes adapters for "Deans" style plugs, JST, Rx pack, glow plug
lighter, and alligator clips. Balance plugs on end of unit are JST-XH type and are
compatible with many Asian battery packs.
NOTE: when balance charging Lithiumbatteries, both the balance tap and the main
power wires must be connected to the charger.

B6AC+ Charger Includes:
Internal independent lithium battery balancer: Employs an individual-cell-voltage
balancer to maintain your pack in balance while charging.

Balance individual cells during discharge: During the discharge process, B6-Pro
can monitor and balance each cell of the pack individually. An error messagewill sound
and the process will end automatically if the voltage of any single cell is abnormal.

Fast and Storage mode charging: "Fast" charge will fully charge a lipoly battery in
the shortest time. "Store" setting will charge the battery at approximately a 50% charge
for long term storage. This prolongs the useful life of the battery pack.

Charges various types of LiPoly cells: Includes charging programs for LiFe (A123),
Li-Ion, and LiPo battery types.

Data store/load: Up to 5 batteries' data can be stored for easy programming.

Cyclic charging/discharging: 1-5 cycles of either charge>discharge or dischage>charge
is possible.

B6AC+ Specs:
Operating voltage range: AC 100-240V, DC 11.0~18.0 Volt
Circuit power: Max. charge power 50W
Charge current range: 0.1~5.0A
Discharge current range: 0.1-1.0A
Current drain for balancing Li-po: 300 mAh/cell
NiCd/NiMH battery cell count: 1-15 cells
Li-ion/Polymer cell count: 1-6 series
Pb battery voltage: 2V, 20V

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 15 March, 2012.