|Oct 07, 2010, 08:15 AM|
Joined Jan 2005
Graupner Li Charger 4 Plus Lipo/LiIo/Life
does anybody have this charger.
I have ask our local vendor and without success.
is this charger use only balance connector to charge or it should be conected main + and - from battery also. simple question, no answer.
in user manuals is not clearly mentioned, so I ask if somebody owned this charger and can provide 100% information to me.
thank you in advance. Simon
|Oct 07, 2010, 09:13 AM|
It just chargers threw the balance lead, many do this. Most of all the STOCK RTF chargers that come with your plane charge threw the balance tab. As long as the current is not too high you're ok.
3A output is a bit high I think for balance tab wires but I guess not according to the charger manufacturer.
|Oct 07, 2010, 09:31 AM|
the manual and the technical information is pretty clear. This is a 30W charger with 3A max. charge current and 0.1A max. balancing current:
Connect a suitable genuine GRAUPNER Lithium-Polymer battery pack to the output of the Li- charger 4 plus. The pack must consist of no more than four cells. Connect the balancer connector Graupner/EH to the balancer output.
First you connect the normal battery connector to the charger, then you connect the balancer connector.
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