iCharger X12
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iCharger X12

X12
The first iCharger with 12S capability, the X12 is truly ready for anything!
$179.99

The first iCharger to offer 12S capability, the X12 is a step forward for operations that require high-voltage input.

With a balance current of a full 2A, charges will finish faster than ever. The full color IPS display provides a wealth of information at a glance, using the operating system perfected on the larger Duo iChargers.

The X12 can charge at up to 30A, and it can also discharge at up to 30A! While similar size chargers limit their discharge capabilities, the X12 offers iCharger's trademark support for regenerative discharge, allowing the charger to provide a full 1100W of discharge capability when powered from a suitable battery bank.

Despite its small size and low price, this is still a full featured iCharger, with multi-chemistry support and all the depth of settings you've come to expect, including an improved software interface for recording battery data and upgrading firmware.

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Charge Power (Max) 1100W
Charge/Discharge Current 0.1-30A
Input Voltage 11-53V DC
Input Current Limit 35A
Internal Discharge Power (Max) 50W
Regenerative Discharge Power (Max) 1100W
External Discharge Power (Max) 1500W
Balance Current 2A
Dimensions 112x64x37mm
Weight 230g

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
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Szymon Kozlowski
Perfect contact and assistance with the purchase

Chadd and Robin were very helpful throughout the buying process. They efficiently guided us through the entire payment and delivery process. True professionals. Thank you once again.

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Viktor Mihalik
excellent charger

excellent charger

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Armando B Ebanks
Nice

Good work, fast shipping I will recommend you to everyone
Thanks

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Dustin Green
Runs off 48v just fine

The x12 allows higher input voltage than x8, and it works fine with 48v input for me. The balancing seems pretty clever and holds the cells quite close. Fast storage program is nice. Not hard to configure once you know the secret long-hold stuff, though the menu tree is slightly non-obvious; fine once you've figured it out once. I've run it up to 18A output so far; no issues. Check out LRS-350-48 for up to 350W at 48v, or _maybe_ 2 LRS-350-24 in series if you really know what you're doing and know about protection diodes and how to ground both supplies (YMMV). For external dump loads for the faster external discharge feature, might be worth considering 24v wind power dump loads, like a 300W 2.9 ohm which are reasonably priced, maybe in series depending on voltage, to keep well below max dump power per. Or regen discharge is awesome if you've got an input battery that can handle it. Seems simpler than dealing with teaming dual channels, especially if your model has dual packs that'll get charged in parallel anyway. Dual channels might be nice for field charging for models that finish off one pack at a time. 2 completely separate chargers with a screen per "channel" is even better, but...

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Daniel Kennelly
LEV50

The electronic function of i12 is great!
I agree with others that the small roller/toggle switch on the side is somewhat difficult to use. Double the present size would probably be good.

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
73%
(8)
27%
(3)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
S
Szymon Kozlowski
Perfect contact and assistance with the purchase

Chadd and Robin were very helpful throughout the buying process. They efficiently guided us through the entire payment and delivery process. True professionals. Thank you once again.

V
Viktor Mihalik
excellent charger

excellent charger

A
Armando B Ebanks
Nice

Good work, fast shipping I will recommend you to everyone
Thanks

D
Dustin Green
Runs off 48v just fine

The x12 allows higher input voltage than x8, and it works fine with 48v input for me. The balancing seems pretty clever and holds the cells quite close. Fast storage program is nice. Not hard to configure once you know the secret long-hold stuff, though the menu tree is slightly non-obvious; fine once you've figured it out once. I've run it up to 18A output so far; no issues. Check out LRS-350-48 for up to 350W at 48v, or _maybe_ 2 LRS-350-24 in series if you really know what you're doing and know about protection diodes and how to ground both supplies (YMMV). For external dump loads for the faster external discharge feature, might be worth considering 24v wind power dump loads, like a 300W 2.9 ohm which are reasonably priced, maybe in series depending on voltage, to keep well below max dump power per. Or regen discharge is awesome if you've got an input battery that can handle it. Seems simpler than dealing with teaming dual channels, especially if your model has dual packs that'll get charged in parallel anyway. Dual channels might be nice for field charging for models that finish off one pack at a time. 2 completely separate chargers with a screen per "channel" is even better, but...

D
Daniel Kennelly
LEV50

The electronic function of i12 is great!
I agree with others that the small roller/toggle switch on the side is somewhat difficult to use. Double the present size would probably be good.

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