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ToolkitRC M6 DC Battery Charger Workstation (6S/10A/150W)

ToolkitRC M6 DC Battery Charger Workstation (6S/10A/150W)

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The Toolkit RC M6 is the a small 150w color screen charger! At heart, the M6 is a small and compact charger, but boasts a wide array of other features not found in chargers on the market. Additional functionality includes a servo tester, battery cell checker, watt meter (power meter), PWM/PPM/S.Bus input testers (for receiver testing), as well as output generators that offer variable voltage and amperage with DC current.

 Toolkit M6 Features:
  • Battery Charger
  • Cell Checker
  • Servo Tester
  • PWM,PPM, S.Bus Input/output & Receiver tester
  • Viable AMP/Volt DC Power supply (Requires external DC input)
Charger Features:
  • Lithium battery cut-off voltage can be set (TVC function)
  • Measure battery voltage, internal resistance, balance
  • Measure PWM,PPM, S.Bus signal values @ 1ms accuracy
  • Output PWM, PPM, S.Bus standard signal @ 1ms accuracy
  • Customizable 1-28V constant output voltage, 1-10A constant output current
  • Multi-language optional
  • USB 2.1A@5.0V Output (Mobile device charging)
  • Udisk firmware upgrade (Slave device)
 
Specifications:
  • Input voltage: 7.0-28V
  • Type of battery: Lipo, LiHV, LiFe, Lion @ 1-6S, NiMh @ 1-16S, Pb @ 1-10S
  • Charge power: 150W / Up to 10A 
  • Discharge power: Recycle Mode: 150W/ Up to 10A Normal Mode: 8W @ Up to 2A
  • USB: 2.1A @ 5.0V (Mobile Charging) or USB Firmware updating
  • Dimensions: 68x49x26mm
  • Weight: 80g
  • LCD: 1.8inch TFT RGB, 160x128 Pixel
 
Measurement:
  • PWM: 880-2200us @ 20-400Hz
  • PPM: 880-2200us*8CH @ 20-50Hz
  • SBUS: 880-2200us*16CH @  20-100Hz
  • Voltage: 1.0-5.0V @ 1-6S
  • IR: 10-99mR @ 1-6S
 
Output:
  • PWM: 500-2500us @ 20-1000Hz
  • PPM: 880-2200us*8CH @ 50Hz
  • SBUS: 880-2200us*16CH @ 74Hz
  • Power: 1-10A  @ 1-28V Mode:CC+CV
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