Feb 24, 2017 11:31:52 AM
Curious about which iCharger is best suited to your charging needs?
First of all, let's look at the naming convention for the iChargers:
This makes it easy at a glance to see if the iCharger you're interested in will have the amperage you'll need for your batteries. A 406Duo, for example, can charge up to 40 Amps and 6 Cells. A 1010B can charge up to 10 Amps and 10 Cells.
Here's a quick size comparison of all the iChargers next to a Sharpie permanent marker for reference:
Below are two charts comparing all of the specifications of the iChargers we currently carry:
In the rest of this article, we'll show you the differences between all of the different iChargers we carry.
These four silver iChargers are the most compact out of the sizes we carry. They fit great into our smaller cases (such as the Neutrino and the Sidekick). These will also measure the internal resistance of your batteries, and safely and easily discharge your packs for storage. Keep in mind: the 106B+ and the 206B are a touch smaller than the 208B and the 1010B+, as shown below:
These two iChargers are the medium size out of the iChargers we carry. They fit best in our medium sized cases and combos, such as our Hardline and Sidekick cases. These will also measure the internal resistance of your batteries, and safely and easily discharge your packs for storage.
Need flexibility in your charging? Nothing beats the convenience of a dual-port charger. Two independent charging channels in one compact unit lets you simultaneously work with batteries of different cell count. With two JST-XH balance boards thrown in for free - one for each channel - you'll be ready to go right away. These chargers fit into our larger cases: the Hardline, Hardline XL, Nomad, Nomad XL, and Dreadnaught cases.
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