Hitec is proud to announce the arrival of its high-performance, microprocessor controlled X1-200 Touch charger. With a 3.2-inch LCD touch screen, integrated cell balancer and automatic current adjustment, this 200-watt charge/discharge station has the ability to operate on a 12 volt automotive battery or 11 ~ 18 volt DC power supply. The X1-200 Touch package includes a universal balancing board with paired cable, two alligator clips and a 2-pin t-type charging cable. Easy-to-use and easy-to-setup, it is your convenient, proficient charging solution.
|Number of Output Channels:||1|
|AC Input Voltage:||N/A|
|DC Input Voltage:||11~18 VDC|
|DC Input Amperage:||15 Amps|
|Charge Circuit Power Per Channel:||200 Watts|
|Discharge Circuit Power Per Channel:||5 Watts|
|Charge Circuit Range Per Channel:||0.1~12.0 Amps|
|Discharge Circuit Range Per Channel:||0.1~2.0 Amps|
|Balancing Current Drain Per Cell:||200mAh|
|Dimensions (WxDxH):||5.5x6.5x2.3 in. (140x165x58mm)|
|Weight:||1.2 lbs. (544.3g)|
|Estimated Street Price:||$119.99|
.Last edited by Paul Onorato; Jul 09, 2013 at 02:34 PM..
|Jul 12, 2013, 10:09 AM|
|Jul 14, 2013, 03:23 PM|
Friday Harbor, WA -San Juan Island
Joined Aug 2008
That seems like a pretty sweet charger for the price. Assuming it tests servos, esc's, and motors as well, given the ports on the sides. Very nice.
|Oct 06, 2013, 02:01 PM|
Just picked one up yesterday. Unusually, I made this pretty big purchase without doing any research. I was eyeballing the chargers (Want to upgrade from my 80 watt ThunderPower I've had for years. Moving up to a plane with 6s 5000mAh.) under my favorite LHS counter when the owner happened by. He showed me a few, and I went for this one. So far I only used it to put a storage charge on 2 batteries I used earlier in the day so not much to report yet.
Also, I'm just an average user, so don't expect any highly technical data out of me! I'll just come back with my experiences with it once I use it some more, and if anyone has any questions I could try to answer. It appears this is a fairly recently released charger, so I'm a bit of a guinea pig? So far, I find it quite different than the 4 button diamond I'm used to on the old TP, but I like the more visual displays. The big test for me is how will it perform on those new 6s bricks I just got. A 1c charge on them should be no problem for it.
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