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The iMAX B6AC Battery Charger fits all kind of battery of RC hobby, with built in balancer for lipo battery. It is multifunctional charger. Many users focus on the battery when the RC fanatics, particularly individuals associated with RC planes. Li polymer batteries, also called lipo batteries. LiPo batteries have to be handled carefully since they are less stable kinds of battery, though, produce greater current than other batteries and weigh much less. Just one cell lipo battery produces 3.7 volts instead of 1.5 volts for rechargeable batteries of comparable size. Overcharging them, or charging in a greater rate than their output, can harm them.
How to use them correctly? Use lipo battery cells in packs, wired in series, to create the required output to energy their planes. Allow your lipo battery cell to cool before attempting to recharge it. LiPo batteries can become hot when used, especially if used with devices that require a lot of energy. Set up your lipo Battery Balance Charger to the correct voltage if it has a voltage setting switch. This charger has operating voltage range from DC 11.0V to DC18.0V. Setting to an incorrect voltage will damage your battery. If your charger doesn't have a variable charge rate, it will charge. Insert your single cell lipo battery in the charger. Turn on your charger. If it has voltage and ampere settings, check to ensure they are charging at the correct rate. Set the amperes on your charger to less than 5 amps, if it has an amp setting. If it doesn't, then it will automatically charge at the correct amperes. Check your charger regularly to ensure you don't overcharge your lipo battery. Most chargers have an automatic cut-off when the battery is charged and a green light will illuminate. Turn off your battery charger and remove your cell battery from the charger. Reinsert your battery in your model aeroplane.