A lot of LiPo chargers like the Q6 cannot reach their maximum output power and current when you’re running it at low voltage such as 12V. To get the most out of your Q6 charger, you need a 24V power supply.
If you want to charge multiple LiPo batteries at the same time but don’t like parallel charging, you should check out the SkyRC E4Q – a low cost 4-channel LiPo charger.
In this article we will reveal the best LiPo battery chargers recommended by many mini quad pilots and racers. These Lipo chargers excel at reliability, ease to use, power and features.
The iSDT Q6 LiPo charger has been my recommendation since the SC620 was discontinued. In this review I will explain the different options and why this is a great charger for LiPo battery.
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.
The Charsoon Antimatter 300W LiPo charger is a powerhouse and it doesn’t lack performance nor functions. This small charger can output a hefty 300W or 20A on 4S and should be perfect for most mini quad charging needs.
Some modern LiPo chargers are able to charge multiple battery packs at once. However they require large power supply to meet the current demand. Dedicated PSU’s are costly, so in this post we will show you how to make a cheap DIY PC/server PSU for chargers and workbench.
I reviewed the iSDT SC 620 500W battery charger, which is going to replace my good old Accucel-6. Features including XT60 power input connectors and max 20A charge current.