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Aug 03, 2016, 04:37 AM
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Eachine Touch Screen T100 100W Balance Charger

A 100 watts Touch Screen charger for $69, Eachine Touch T100 is welcoming news for beginners and season hobbyist. The AC/DC charger carries a microprocessor controller that allows you to charge or discharge batteries. With built-in lithium cell LiPo balancer to meet most radio control charging needs. This charger has a 4.3 inch color LCD touch screen and supports AC/DC dual input, an easy and convenient travel charger that strikes a balance in safety and security. This charger has a 4.3 inch color LCD touch screen and supports AC/DC dual input, an easy and convenient travel charger that strikes a balance in safety and security. You can limit the temperature/time/peek to forcibly shut off when the limits are reached.

Eachine Touch Screen T100 100W LiPo Charger Review (7 min 58 sec)

First Impression, impressed that all the details are all layout in one screen and absolutely love the graphical interface. I am a big fan of not having to scroll through menu to check the charging status. If you are familiar with computer chargers, this touch screen menu system is easy. The user manual does not explain in detail what the benefits of each safety settings, but they are the same and commonly available in all computer chargers. The default recommended settings are acceptable if you do not have any specific preferences.

Here is a help chart we created.

Designed with safety in mind, the T100 allows you to set peak limits, and automatically shuts down, cuts off when it is reached.
•Delta-peak sensitivity
•Capacity cut-off
•Temperature cut-off
•Processing safety time
•Input power low cut-off
•Automatic cooling fan

User Segment
Beginners, Park Flyers, Budget $ (source: $69 July 2016 Banggood)

What To Expect If This Your First
You can easily spend 15 minutes exploring the settings and saving your 6 favorite LiPo settings in memory. Charges most battery types including LiPo, LiFe, NiCd, NiMH and others.

When the charge is complete, you will hear a beeping alarm.

The temperature probe is not included, but with a probe you can measure external temperature, besides internal charging temperature.

Factory Specifications
  • Brand Name Eachine
  • Item Name Touch T100
  • Operating Voltage Range AC 110V-240V
  • DC 11.0V-18.0V
  • Circuit Power Max. 100W for charging
  • Max. 5W for discharging
  • Charge Current Range 0.1-7.0A
  • Discharge Current Range 0.1-1.0A
  • Current Drain For Balancing Li-Po 300mAh/cell
  • NiCd/ NiMH Battery Cell Count 1-15 cells
  • Lithium Battery Cell Count 1-6 cells
  • Pb Battery Voltage 1-10 cells
  • Display 4.3” color LCD touch screen
  • Weight 728g
  • Dimension 135x150x40mm

Similar Model
Users have considered these 2015-16 alternatives: SkyRC T6755,Ultra Power UP300, IMAX X200

What we love about it
•Touch User Interface
•Every essential status on the front screen
•100 Watt charger
•Safety features

What is essential we hope to see in the next version
•Resistance checker to help determine battery condition

Understanding LiPo


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Contribution by the R&D Team
Last edited by diydrone; Aug 03, 2016 at 04:54 PM.
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Aug 03, 2016, 11:31 AM
Registered User
i own the skyrc t6755 touch screen, i must say i like it a lot. eachine t100, is a little square ugly looking, but seem to have a better organized interface.
Aug 05, 2016, 03:23 AM
Registered User
Looks like a xt-60 converter provided for the deans t-plug. I have not found any documentation on how to calibrate the t100.

The everything layout on the screen is a winner. Added to my wish list!
Apr 20, 2017, 08:54 AM
Registered User
Don't buy this charger. After using it for a couple of months the charger keeps shutting down randomly by itself. It is not worth the money on this one. I have Dynamite prophet Sport Duo for over 2 years and it still working and charge all my batteries without any issue.

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