HobbyKing.com New Products Flash Sale
Reply
Thread Tools
Old Mar 26, 2008, 11:43 AM
iCharger
junsi's Avatar
Joined Mar 2007
1,085 Posts
Discussion
iCharger 1010B+, 106B+, 208B, 206B, 306B and 3010B

I’d like to recommend you a series of produced Chargers iCharger 3010B, 206B, 208B, 1010B+ and 106B+, they are Synchronous Balance charger/discharger with a wide input voltage range for NIMH/NICD, Lilo/LiPo/LiFe (built-in Lithium battery balancing function) and Lead Acid (Pb) battery packs.

Synchronous buck-boost DC/DC converter technology---an advanced charging technology, we are the first manufacturer to use the technology to design balance charger--- assure up to 93% power transfer efficiency. Not only save the power but also make the charger size very smart, easy to use and convenient to take.

The following lists are their main specifications:
Code:
     
      
                        3010B              306B               208B               206B                1010B+              106B+                          
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Input voltage range     4.50 – 38.0VDC    4.50 – 38.0VDC    4.5 – 32.0VDC     10.0 – 28.0VDC     10.0 – 18.0VDC     10.0 – 18.0VDC     
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Charge current range    0.05 – 30.0A      0.05 – 30.0A      0.05 – 20.0A      0.05 – 20.0A       0.05 – 10.0A       0.05 – 10.0A                 
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Discharge current range 0.05 – 30.0A      0.05 – 30.0A      0.05 – 20.0A      0.05 – 20.0A       0.05 – 7.0A        0.05 – 7.0A        
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Maximum charge          1000W/500W@input   1000W/500W@input   350W@input         300W@input          300W@input          250W@input         
power capacity          voltage            voltage            voltage            voltage             voltage             voltage                   
                              23V/12V            23V/12V            >18V               > 18V               >13.5V              >13.5V             
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Maximum discharge       80W                80W                30W                20W                 30W                 20W                     
power capacity
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Maximum regenerative    1000W              1000W              350W               300W                300W                250W 
discharge power capacity
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Maximum extern
discharge power         1200W@40V/30A      1200W@40V/30A      600W@30V/20A       500W@25V/20A        280W@40V/7A         170W@25V/7A     
capacity
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Current drain           <500mA             <500mA              <350mA            <350mA              <300mA              <300mA
for balancing
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Balance accuracy       <10mV               <10mV               <10mV             <10mV               <10mV               <10mV
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Lithium(LiPo/LiIo/LiFe)
battery cell count     1—10               1-6                 1—8              1—6                1—10               1—6              
(series)
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
NiCd/NiMH battery      1—25               1-25                1—25             1—17               1—25               1—17                   
cell count (series)
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Pb battery 
cell count             1—18               1-18                1—18             1—12               1—18               1—12                     
(series)              (2—36V)            (2—36V)            (2—36V)          (2—24V)            (2—36V)            (2—24V)                 
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Log Files storage      16Mbit              16Mbit              16Mbit            16Mbit              NO                  NO   
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Battery setup
Memories  (sets)       10                  10                  10                10                  10                 10
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Intelligent                                  
temperature control    Yes                 Yes                 Yes               Yes                 Yes                Yes
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PC Connect             USB port            USB port            USB port          USB port            USB port           USB port           
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dimensions             143*123*46          143*123*46          143*97*26         134*83*25           143*97*26          134*83*25     
(L*W*D)(mm)
You can find detail information and their related products in the website http://www.jun-si.com/Enproducts.asp and download 1010B &106B's user's manual in the website http://www.hillrc.com/UploadFiles/iCharger-english.pdf
106B+'s manual http://www.hillrc.com/UploadFiles/iC106B+_en.pdf
1010B+'s manual http://www.hillrc.com/UploadFiles/iC1010B+_en.pdf
208B's manual http://www.hillrc.com/UploadFiles/iC208B_en.pdf
206B's manual http://www.hillrc.com/UploadFiles/iC206B_en.pdf

3010B's manual: http://www.jun-si.com/UploadFiles/iC3010B_en.pdf

306B's manual: http://www.hillrc.com/UploadFiles/iC306B_en.pdf

All iCharger products' CD-ROM: http://www.hillrc.com/UploadFiles/iC... All CDROM.rar

You can download upgrading software in the following website:

USB Driver for windows xp/2003/vista/7 is updated, and this is the link: http://www.jun-si.com/UploadFiles/USB_driver.rar

iCharger upgrader: http://www.hillrc.com/UploadFiles/upgrader.rar

iCharger 3010B's upgrading software: http://www.hillrc.com/UploadFiles/iC3010B_V314.bin
iCharger 306B's upgrading software: http://www.hillrc.com/UploadFiles/iC306B_V314.bin
iCharger 1010B's upgrading software:
http://www.hillrc.com/UploadFiles/iC1010B_V314.bin
iCharger 1010B+'s upgrading software:
http://www.hillrc.com/UploadFiles/iC1010B+_V314.bin
iCharger 106B's upgrading software:
http://www.hillrc.com/UploadFiles/iC106B_V314.bin
iCharger 106B+'s upgrading software:
http://www.hillrc.com/UploadFiles/iC106B+_V314.bin
iCharger 208B's upgrading software:
http://www.hillrc.com/UploadFiles/iC208B_V314.bin
iCharger 206B's upgrading software:
http://www.hillrc.com/UploadFiles/iC206B_V314.bin
and update notes:
http://www.hillrc.com/UploadFiles/Re...s-iCharger.txt
the beta update notes:
http://www.hillrc.com/UploadFiles/be...te%20Notes.txt

3010B's update notes: http://www.jun-si.com/UploadFiles/30...date_notes.txt

If you still can not download, pls see the following link:
http://www.jun-si.com/Enshownews.asp?id=105
and download its upgrading instruction in the attachment of the PDF.file of update information.
The iCharger 1010B+ & 106B+ support the "Open Format" data of the "logview" software and can display, plot and analyze the charge and discharge data by it. (See detail information about logview in the following website: http://www.logview.info)

iCharger User Calibration steps is attached, pls check it when it is useful for you.
FAQ is attached, pls check it when it is useful for you.

Connection Sequence

According to our engineer, the main charging port and the balance port has reversed polarity protection respectively.

If the balancing connector has correct polarity, and then connect the main charging port, there is no problem; but if balancing connector has reversed polarity, and then connect the main charging port, it will burn.

Recommended connecting way:

1. Connect iCharger's input power supply, and turn on it.
2. Connect Li batteries' balance port
3. Connect the main charging port's positive pole to cells' positive pole, and then connect negative pole to cells' negative pole (this will avoid striking fire while connecting Li cells).
4. Start charging and discharging...
5. After finishing charging and discharging, pls disconnect the cell and charger, and then turn off the charger's power supply.


Gratitude to Julez and Kgfly for their hard working on upgrading instruction.
Upgrading steps posted by Julez!http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showp...postcount=1187
See upgrading instruction(iC106B_1010B_Upgrade_Guide[1].v1_4.pdf) by Kgfly!

iCharger Expanded Discharge tool--Spreadsheet posted by Trug, see the Attachment below.
And here is Trug's blog: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=737144
Another table posted by Kgfly to help with designing simple resistor arrays for (nearly) optimal discharge rates, you can play with the resistor power rating to find the best fit. See details in Attachment.

if you have any questions, please contact with harrief111@hotmail.com directly.
You can also contact with sales@hillrc.com and service@hillrc.com directly.
junsi is offline Find More Posts by junsi
Last edited by junsi; Mar 21, 2014 at 03:11 AM.
Reply With Quote
Sign up now
to remove ads between posts
Old Mar 26, 2008, 01:02 PM
Permanently Banned
San Jose Ca / RSA flyer
Joined May 2003
8,030 Posts
How Much ?
hall woo is offline Find More Posts by hall woo
Reply With Quote
Old Mar 26, 2008, 02:55 PM
Registered User
Greensboro/H.Pt/Win-Salem P.T. Intl, North Carolina, United States
Joined Dec 2003
3,514 Posts
Looks like it limits LIPO up to 1C although it certainly appears to have the power to charge many packs at a much higher rate.
NCguy is offline Find More Posts by NCguy
Reply With Quote
Old Mar 26, 2008, 03:52 PM
Registered User
United States, FL, Kissimmee
Joined Jan 2005
845 Posts
if its 200W max does it really charge 10S at 10amp?
theShark is offline Find More Posts by theShark
Reply With Quote
Old Mar 26, 2008, 08:49 PM
Hill icharger
China
Joined Mar 2008
7 Posts
Quote:
Originally Posted by NCguy
Looks like it limits LIPO up to 1C although it certainly appears to have the power to charge many packs at a much higher rate.
Charger 1010B can charger maximum 10 series LIPO at a time,1C limit is just for LIPO battery, according to LIPO battery’s manufacturer standard, usually LIPO’s current are limited within 1C. Questions are welcome!
harrief111 is offline Find More Posts by harrief111
Reply With Quote
Old Mar 26, 2008, 09:05 PM
Hill icharger
China
Joined Mar 2008
7 Posts
Quote:
Originally Posted by theShark
if its 200W max does it really charge 10S at 10amp?
The charge current is different with the charge voltage, for example, if you want to charge 10s LIPO batteries, LIPO’s maximum charge voltage is 4.2V/cell, in this condition, the charge current should be figured in this way, (amp=200W/(10*4.2V)) and its charge current is about 4.2amp, is it clear? Questions welcome!
harrief111 is offline Find More Posts by harrief111
Reply With Quote
Old Mar 26, 2008, 09:06 PM
Hill icharger
China
Joined Mar 2008
7 Posts
Quote:
Originally Posted by theShark
if its 200W max does it really charge 10S at 10amp?
The charge current is different with the charge voltage, for example, if you want to charge 10s LIPO batteries, LIPO’s maximum charge voltage is 4.2V/cell, in this condition, the charge current should be figured in this way, (amp=200W/(10*4.2V)) AND ITS CHARGE CURRENT IS ABOUT 4.2amp, is it clear? Questions welcome!
harrief111 is offline Find More Posts by harrief111
Reply With Quote
Old Mar 27, 2008, 04:04 AM
iCharger
junsi's Avatar
Joined Mar 2007
1,085 Posts
Quote:
Originally Posted by hall woo
How Much ?
hello hall woo,
First ,thank you for your interest in our products, now I want to give your the market price list in the attachments,the price is closely changeable with your order quantity, if you want to be our agent, we can give you special price, you can contact directly with szjunsi@163.com for detail information! We hope to discuss business with you at your earliest convenience.
Best wishes!

Junsi

For the quatation,please contact with us directly.
junsi is offline Find More Posts by junsi
Last edited by junsi; Jun 18, 2008 at 09:38 PM.
Reply With Quote
Old Mar 27, 2008, 04:52 AM
Renewed interest
ozace's Avatar
Melbourne , Australia
Joined Jun 2002
8,950 Posts
Looks and sounds like. I do like the white though.
http://www.chargery.com/index.asp.

Care to comment ?
ozace is offline Find More Posts by ozace
Reply With Quote
Old Mar 27, 2008, 10:51 AM
I have no friends
mt_100's Avatar
United States, MI, Holland
Joined Dec 1996
3,350 Posts
I actually like the specs on the iCharger106B shown in that document. Where and when can those be purchased?
mt_100 is offline Find More Posts by mt_100
Reply With Quote
Old Mar 27, 2008, 10:52 PM
iCharger
junsi's Avatar
Joined Mar 2007
1,085 Posts
Quote:
Originally Posted by ozace
Looks and sounds like. I do like the white though.
http://www.chargery.com/index.asp.

Care to comment ?
Thanks for your closely attention to our product iCharger 1010B,the website you give is one of our partners,we also expect more co-operation partners to join us,Thank you!

See detail information in the website:http://www.jun-si.com or http://www.hillrc.com
junsi is offline Find More Posts by junsi
Reply With Quote
Old Mar 27, 2008, 10:59 PM
iCharger
junsi's Avatar
Joined Mar 2007
1,085 Posts
Quote:
Originally Posted by mt_100
I actually like the specs on the iCharger106B shown in that document. Where and when can those be purchased?
Thanks for your attention!
junsi is offline Find More Posts by junsi
Last edited by junsi; Jun 26, 2008 at 08:18 PM.
Reply With Quote
Old Mar 27, 2008, 11:59 PM
Registered User
Melbourne, Australia
Joined May 2006
6,407 Posts
...removed incorrect statement..

The pricing is pretty sharp if it is for single units (rather than a carton full) and the chargers can live up to their specifications. Of course there is shipping to consider. The 1010B is a head-to-head competitor on features and performance to the TP1010C+210V but integrated, smaller, lighter and about $100 cheaper.

My compliments on the graphic design, more eye-catching than the plain blue of the original Chargery units.
kgfly is offline Find More Posts by kgfly
Last edited by kgfly; Apr 01, 2008 at 09:22 AM. Reason: Remove erroneous statement
Reply With Quote
Old Mar 28, 2008, 02:00 AM
iCharger
junsi's Avatar
Joined Mar 2007
1,085 Posts
Quote:
Originally Posted by kgfly
Chargery is the OEM supplier (aka partner) to Jun-Si.

The pricing is pretty sharp if it is for single units (rather than a carton full) and the chargers can live up to their specifications. Of course there is shipping to consider. The 1010B is a head-to-head competitor on features and performance to the TP1010C+210V but integrated, smaller, lighter and about $100 cheaper.

My compliments on the graphic design, more eye-catching than the plain blue of the original Chargery units.
Here we don’t want to talk any Commercial Confidential Information with you ,but we can ensure you that we have the right to design, modify, and produce the original 1010B and 106B.
Thanks for your comments.
junsi is offline Find More Posts by junsi
Reply With Quote
Old Mar 28, 2008, 02:18 AM
Registered User
Melbourne, Australia
Joined May 2006
6,407 Posts
What accessories come with the charger for $180 ? Input leads, output leads, balance port adapters, temperature probe, PC interface and software etc ?
kgfly is offline Find More Posts by kgfly
Reply With Quote
Reply


Thread Tools

Similar Threads
Category Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
Best charger/discharger $ can buy namancio Batteries and Chargers 30 Jan 31, 2010 02:52 PM
Power Pacer Battery charger/discharger ACE_McCOOL Batteries and Chargers 4 Oct 22, 2002 12:39 PM
NIB Hitec CG-325 Charger/Discharger/Cycler for 4-9 cells - $39! Jason M Aircraft - Electric - Airplanes (FS/W) 0 Oct 03, 2002 03:29 AM
WTB Good charger/discharger 10 + cells WickedFunRC Aircraft - Electric - Airplanes (FS/W) 0 Sep 05, 2002 08:55 PM