Jun 21, 2013, 04:49 AM Registered User China, Guangdong, Shenzhen Joined Oct 2012 339 Posts New Product BC168 1-6S 8000mA 200W High Precision LCD Balance Charger \$80.30 Link: http://dx.com/p/bc168-1-6s-8000ma-20...charger-124483 - Color: Black - Material: Aluminum alloy - Input Voltage: 11~15V DC - Input power: 250W - Charge Power: 200W (33W x 6 cells) - Discharge Power: 25.2W (4.2W x 6 cells) - Charge Voltage Precision: +/- 0.001V - Discharge Voltage Precision: +/- 0.001V - Accessories: - 1 x Balance cable (8cm) - 1 x Temperature sensor cable (25c Last edited by dealextremefan; Mar 26, 2014 at 08:33 PM.
 Jan 20, 2014, 06:00 AM Registered User Germany Joined Sep 2009 722 Posts Great charger. I just ordered this one. But, unfortunately I don't know what type of power supply I should use. Will this one be sufficient? 20A charger or should I go with this one: 30A I will be charging 6S 5000 / (later 8000) at 1s. I calculated: 25,2V (6S) * 5A = 126W / 12V (power supply) = 10,5A needed or 25,2V * 8A = 201,6W (would be too much for the charger, which is rated for 200W) / 12 = 16,8A So a 20A power supply would be more than enough to power this charger, I think. Is this correct?
Jan 21, 2014, 03:52 AM
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 Originally Posted by CyberCrash Great charger. I just ordered this one. But, unfortunately I don't know what type of power supply I should use. Will this one be sufficient? 20A charger or should I go with this one: 30A I will be charging 6S 5000 / (later 8000) at 1s. I calculated: 25,2V (6S) * 5A = 126W / 12V (power supply) = 10,5A needed or 25,2V * 8A = 201,6W (would be too much for the charger, which is rated for 200W) / 12 = 16,8A So a 20A power supply would be more than enough to power this charger, I think. Is this correct?
Hi CyberCrash!
Unfortunately i do not have the required expertise to help you with this. There might be someone else on this forum who can help you out...

Sorry!
 Feb 02, 2014, 07:20 AM Registered User Germany Joined Sep 2009 722 Posts I have got another question. This charger offers a precision of: +/-0,001V I found a different charger (CB86) which offers just +/-0,01V Is this a problem?
Feb 07, 2014, 07:23 PM
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 Originally Posted by CyberCrash I have got another question. This charger offers a precision of: +/-0,001V I found a different charger (CB86) which offers just +/-0,01V Is this a problem?
Hi CyberCrash,