iCharger 4010DUO charger delivers 2kW power, 2x40Amps, 10s

April 17, 2013 14:28 | By | Add a Comment

 

This massive 2000W charger features 2 independent channels that can deliver up to 40A charge current. Both channels can be chained together for a max. current of a whopping 70A. The best part is that this charger features a balancing current of up to 1.2A, which is something a lot of competitors skimp on, often supporting a measly 200mA.

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Price is fluctiating between USD 320 on ProgressiveRC and USD 450 on GoodLuckBuy. European customers can preorder this massive beast at Junsi Germany for EUR 310 or this Austrian retailer for EUR 300. This may sound like a lot of money, but one should keep in mind that this amount of power and specs easily beats the Pulsar 3, which costs almost twice as much! And while it doesn’t have a fancy touchscreen, the operation and menu structure looks rather simple and intuitive.

Complete technical specs and manufacturer link after the break.

Technical Data:

Input Voltage:     9.0-50 Volts
Max Input Current:     <65 Ampc
DC Charge Current Range:     70A@Syn. Mode – 40A@Asyn. Mode
Amps Discharge Current Range:     0.05 – 7.0 Amps
Maximum Charge Power Capacity:     2000W (Channel 1400W @input > 23.5V)
Maximum Discharge Power Capacity:     200W (Channel 130W)
Maximum Regenerative Discharge Capacity:     2000W (Channel 1400W)
Current Drain for Balancing:     2.4A@Syn. Mode 1.2A@Asyn. Mode
Balance Accuracy:     <10mv
Lithium (LiPo/Lilo/Life) battery cell count:     1-10 series (Per Channel)
NiMh/NiCd Battery Cell Count:     1-25 Series (Per Channel)
Pb (Lead Acid) Cell Count:     1-18 series 2-36v (Per Channel)
Battery Setup Memories:     64
Intelligent Temperature Control:     Yes
PC Connect:     USB Port
Weight:     1.47 Kg
Dimensions (LxWxD:     210x140x81

 

Official website: http://www.icharger.co.nz/Products/4010-Duo.aspx

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