"The happiest customer is an educated customer."
- What's the difference between a balance board and a parallel board?
A parallel board is designed for charging and balancing batteries in parallel - commonly up to six at a time on a single board. The board contains both main and balance connectors, and connects to the charge and balance ports of your charger.
- Can I use my parallel board to charge just one battery?
- Why is my charger giving me a balance error when I connect my parallel board?
If you're sure you have the right cable, then it's likely that there has been some damage to your parallel board. Unscrew and remove the casing and inspect both sides of the circuit board - see that shiny copper peeking out? That's a burned trace, caused by mis-aligning a balance connector (either upside down, or one pin off) and shorting out the board. Luckily it's easily fixed: you can use a dab of solder or short length of jumper wire to bridge the gap and you'll be back in business.
- How many batteries can I charge in parallel at the same time?
- What's the right order to connect my batteries when I'm charging in parallel?
- How can my charger balance all the individual cells when I'm charging in parallel?
- Does my charger have enough power to charge more than one battery at the same time?
- My charger is stopping before the charge is done, and giving a "Capacity Over" error - what's going on?
- Can I charge batteries in parallel that have different capacities?
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