The iSDT Q8 is the successor of the famous Q6. At the same price, the Q8 improves in both charge current as well as power, so it’s a much better than the Q6 on paper, but is it an overall better charger? Let’s find out.
Looking for a portable charger for travelling, with USB Type-C interface and takes 5V as input power? Check out the iSDT URUAV PD60 LiPo charger! It takes up to 20V as input so you can power it with 4S LiPo too.
The iSDT Q6 Nano is the cheapest and smallest LiPo charger iSDT ever made. I’ve been using their chargers exclusively for over 4 years now without a single problem so I am excited about this one. I will go through the features and compare it to other small LiPo chargers.
I really like iSDT chargers, but they didn’t come with a power supply and so often beginners were unsure as to what to get. Finally iSDT released the new 608AC charger that comes with a PSU, and it’s in a very portable form factor too.
iSDT LiPo chargers are great and I’ve been recommending them a lot, but they aren’t the most accurate when it comes to voltage reading. The error is usually quite small and shouldn’t be something to worry about. But it’s always good to check and here is how you can calibrate a iSDT LiPo Charger.
I use 18650 batteries daily and the iSDT C4 battery charger has been great. Despite the fact that you can only charge 2 Li-Ion cells at once, the wide variety of battery types it supports and useful features, make up for the limitation.
iSDT, the company that makes my favorite LiPo charger, the SC-620, recently released a very fancy battery checker, the BG-8S. I decided to get one and see what’s special about it.
We will have a look at the new BattGo Technology which could be useful for LiPo batteries safety. It will also help you keep track of the battery’s internal resistance, status and other info, and it tells the charger how they like to be handled.