lcyn wrote:The bricks are 6000mah 6s. (Turnigy Nano) I have four of them, so in theory I could set then 106b+ to charge at 8A, charging four at a time using the paraboard. Is that correct?
6S is about 24-25V, multiply that by your proposed 8A rate = 200W should be okay from the 106B+. Make sure it has good air flow and/or sit it on a nice thick chunk of steel/alloy to help dissipate heat.
Divide 6A across 4 bricks that's about 2A each brick. Effectively each brick sees 1/3C rate.
One tip with the iCharger is once you start a charge cycle scroll through the <> buttons and pay attention to the input voltage/current. If the input Voltage drops drastically and/or the current is maxing out your supply, back off the charge current a little bit.
Definitely explore the iCharger. It's a cool little unit and it can do a lot of stuff you may not realize in the beginning but becomes more apparent the more you explore the device.