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News Chargeur SKYRC D100 is a twin-channel charger

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SKYRC D100 is a twin-channel charger with two independent circuits which can charge two different kinds of batteries simultaneously. It also supports power distribution in AC mode to get max charging power to shorten charging time. What's more, users could set the terminal voltage by themselves and connect it to PC for PC control and firmware upgrade. Besides that, users could also use it as Lithium Battery Meter and Battery Internal Resistance Meter. There are Automatic Charging Current Limit, Capacity Limit, Temperature Threshold and Processing Time Limit which makes the charger safe to use.

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Net Weight 975g

Input Voltage AC100-240V / DC 11-18V

Charge Circuit Power DC Input 2 x 100W

AC Input 100W (Support Power Distribution)

Discharge Circuit Power 2 x 10W

Charger Current Range 0.1-10A

Discharge Current Range 0.1-5A

Current Drian for Balancing Port Max 200mA/cell

Trickle Charging Current 30mA-300mA & OFF

LiPo/LiFe/Lilon/LiHV Battery Cell Count 1-6S

NiMH/NiCd Battery Cell Count 1-15S

Pb Battery Voltage 2-20V

Revised 2015-01-22

http://www.skyrc.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=210

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Je trouve beaucoup de points positifs a ce chargeur.

Des retours ?

Certains l'ont-ils acheté ? et si oui, où ?

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En mains à Nuremberg.

Encore plus fort : le futur D200 (200W) avec station pour souder (60W) intégrée !!

Stéphane.

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Merci pour l'info!

En effet super intéressant

2x100W + une station de soudage; je suis preneur!

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Non en fait c'est 1X200W + 1X100W + station !!

C'est le D100 qui fait 2X100W !!

Stéphane.

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qq aurait des retours sur ce chargeur car j aimerais m'en acheter un

merci!

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avec en plus une résistance interne des packs mesurée et non pas calculée (comme sur le orion)

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Oui mais le orion est bien plus intéressant puisque les 2*100w sont sur le AC

Certes pas le même prix non plus

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