ThunderPower Modular Balance Board
The latest revolution in parallel charging, our modular charge boards let you create the parallel board that you need. Mix and match any combination of main and balance connectors, and daisy-chain as many boards together as you need, with the added benefit of fuse protection for every connection.
This ThunderPower Modular Balance Board gives you two sets of ThunderPower 2S-8S balance ports wired in parallel, and is ready to attach to any of our modular charge boards to create a fully customized parallel charging system. Connect it directly to your charger to charge two packs in parallel, or combine it with other modular boards to create one larger parallel board. With connections rated for charge rates up to 40A, you'll never go back to charging single batteries again.
To connect this board to your charger, you'll need a balance adapter lead to connect the 8S connector on the board to the balance port of your charger. Or if you already have another modular board, just connect to the female balance port on that board to daisy-chain them together - no matter how many you connect together, you'll always need just one hookup to your charger.
- Balance Input Connectors: ThunderPower 2S-8S
- Balance Output Connector: 9-pin connector with standard JST-XH spacing
- Board Dimensions: 115 x 80 x 18mm
NOTE: If you don't see your charger listed in the adapter cables above, simply select the iCharger 106B/206B/306B option and you'll be able to plug in to the 6S slot of your JST-XH balance board.
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I suffered LIPO damage from leaving packs stored at flying charge. Knew I needed a charging system that would allow faster charging /discharging so I could charge just before flight sessions and discharge to storage quickly afterwards. PL8 is amazing. It charges/discharges my 2-3 cell Lipos in a fraction of the time it took with my other charger, and leaves plenty of headroom for future increases. As a relative noob, I did encounter some confusion as to which balance boards and connectors to select, and how to assemble them. Web site difficult to navigate on these issues. Could use some clarification there.