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Hitec RDX1 AC/DC Battery Charger/Discharger

Hitec has a new tower charger that works with most battery chemistries and features an LCD screen. Read on to learn more!

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The RDX1 Charger

The RDX1is an ultra-performance microprocessor-controlled battery charger/discharger. It has management features suitable for all popular chemistries. Its tower design allows front-loading plug-in convenience of balancing and temperature sensor ports, a USB link and USB 5VDC 2.1 amps and 4mm battery sockets.

Features include a 3.2-inch easy-to-read LCD screen and our Charge Master software which allows the unparalleled ability to operate the RDX1 through the computer. This c]60-watt charger brings integrated balancing, convenience and ease to all your charging operations.

Features

  • Optimized Operating Software
  • 10 Battery Memory
  • Internal Lithium Battery Balancer
  • Multiple Lithium Battery Charge Modes
  • Works with Hitec's Charge Master Software
  • LiPo Battery Meter
  • Slim In-line Design Saves Valuable Space

Specifications

  • AC Input Voltage: 100-240V
  • DC Input: 11-18V
  • Charge Power: 60W
  • Charge Current Range: 0.1 - 6.0A
  • Max. Discharge Power: 5W
  • Discharge Current Range: 0.1 - 2.0A
  • Balancing Port Current Drain: 200MA/Cell
  • NiCd/NiMH Battery Cell Count: 1-15 Cells
  • LiPo/LiHV/LiFe/LiIon Cell Count: 1 - 6 Cells
  • Pb Battery Voltage: 2 - 20V
  • Net Weight: 470g
  • Dimensions: 159 x 72.5 x 123mm

Learn More

Head over to the product page to learn more about this charger.

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Jul 07, 2017, 05:56 PM
Build to fly, fly to fix
I bought this a couple of months back. It's a sweet little charger that's right for my indoor flying planes in the off season. Arguably it's a little skinny on the output side for bigger lipos, but like most HiTec products it's well made, and it has a USB port to charge your smart phones or other devices.
Jul 07, 2017, 07:33 PM
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I could never justify the high price of the Hitec sticker, is this another rebadged charger sold by Hitec?
Jul 07, 2017, 07:47 PM
Build to fly, fly to fix
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Originally Posted by jonnyflyboy
I could never justify the high price of the Hitec sticker, is this another rebadged charger sold by Hitec?
More than likely yes. As far as price, this one is quite palatable. There are many more brands such as Graupner, Thunderpower, Hyperion, Revolectrix and others i can't remeber, but their prices are just as or even higher. I would not even risk bringing something no name you find on Alibaba or Banggood into my house....or even think twice about Turnigy. But that's just my opinion.

I have an original X4 that was my work horse for years, i picked up a second hand X80Plus, and also have an X1. And just recently added a Thunderpower TP820HVC for my 6S batteries.

Cheers
Jul 10, 2017, 09:08 AM
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We also have a PRO version coming out:

http://hitecrcd.com/products/charger...1-pro-/product

Quote:
Originally Posted by jonnyflyboy
I could never justify the high price of the Hitec sticker, is this another rebadged charger sold by Hitec?
Not really, it's made by an OEM company exclusively for us.
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Jul 10, 2017, 11:22 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Xpress..
We also have a PRO version coming out:.
Interesting! What's "pro" about that version?


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