liveforphysics wrote:I've got one. They are all indivdually isolated. You can balance charge 24s, but its a slow charger.
Great news, Thanks LFP,
We can now have an ALL IN ONE charger/balancer/monitor/lwith PC conection for up to 24s for 149$ with max 200W... not bad at all!
I dont say it beat the Tppacks/meanwell combo but fo rthe price... it's a graet deal for the newB or beginners!
At 200W and 24s it's 2A charging current for lipo or LiMn... and 2.25A for LiFePO4
That's the info i was searching for.. as well as many RCgroup members!... i'll post your answer for them on their forum.
The speed doesn't really mater.. it's more about monitoring 24 cells at a time with display and balancing the pack over a week ,during no intense use period of the battery...
You said 70mA bleeding?.. they claim 300mA.. probably it's for 4.2V lipo... current is higher as well... but the difference is higher than i would have expected.. 4.2V at 300mA or 3.6V at 70mA seem not linear... .. it must follow the bleeding resistor calculation value... but i know you said 70mA and you are a true LIPO user so 70mA at 4.2V is just... curious
It might be the balance wire voltage loss?.. are they 26 or 28AWG... I observed that it make a significant difference from using 28 or 20 gauge on the balance current as well as the CV of 3.6 or 4.2V..