The 3010B charger is designed for charging 1S-10S packs at up to a 30 amp charge rate, while also giving you useful tools such as measuring the internal resistance of your batteries, or safely and easily discharging packs for storage.
|Input Voltage||4.5-38V DC|
|Current Drain (Balancing)||<500mA|
|Discharge Current Range||0.05-30.0A|
|Temperature Control (Intel.)||Yes|
|LiPo/LiIo/LiFe||1-10 series (up to 12S LiFe in non-balanced mode)|
|Charge Power (Max)||1000W (at >23V; 500W at 12V)|
|External Discharge (Max)||1200W at 40V/30A|
|Regenerative Discharge (Max)||1000W|
|Cell Count (NiCd/NiMh)||1-25 series|
|Pb Battery Cell Count||1-18 series (2-36V)|
|PC Connectivity||USB port|
|Charge Current Range||0.05-30.0A|
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1000 watts instead of 300 watts.. Powerful charger that's still small for what it can do. I can now charge my 10s packs at 5 amps on a 12v source. The 1010B+ couldn't do that. Feature rich charger that's easy to use
I bought three of these chargers more than 12 years ago and they're still going strong. I was on a hiatus from flying for about 3 years but just got back into it and am reminded again how much trouble-free use I got out of them after using them hard for several years, fast-charging 10S 5000mAh LiPo batteries for 2-meter pattern flying. It was amazing that these units barely got warm while doing so! Good to read from other reviews that customer service continues to be excellent, same as I remember when first dealing with Progressive RC more than a few years ago!
Good quality for the price.
Just want to thank Chad and Robin for being very knowledgeable and patient with me after my purchase. Their support was the best and really made the purchase and subsequent battery conditioning seamless. It is nice to know there is a company that actually supports it's products, very rare these days. Keep up the good work.
Hi, I received the I charger 3010B, I am very satisfied with the product, but I wish ProgressiveRC had shipped the product in an extra cardboard box instead of a plastic sealed bag, because the I charger's box was a bit damaged when I received it.