SOLD: BC-168 charger

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MattyCiii   100 kW

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SOLD: BC-168 charger

Post by MattyCiii » Oct 01 2016 12:38pm

Used but fully functional and in excellent condition.

$40 + shipping to anywhere in USA. Local delivery possible in Boston area.

(I'm also selling a new one on this thread - these are not the same item: https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... 31&t=83861)

This charger has been sold
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Re: BC-168 charger

Post by DAND214 » Oct 01 2016 3:18pm

Is this the one that charges each cell thru the balance leads? If so I'd consider it.

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MattyCiii   100 kW

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Re: BC-168 charger

Post by MattyCiii » Oct 01 2016 6:05pm

Indeed it is. I still use one in addition to a bulk charger to keep the cells balanced.

I was unclear in the main post, the BC168 takes 12v DC for power not wall power, so it needs a 12V power supply to be a complete solution.
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2nd build: RC powered 2009 Norco A-Line. Top speed 39mph. Built like a tank, it's resistant to Boston potholes, can stop on a dime, easily goes up/down curbs when necessary.
3rd build (just started): Scratch build ultimate utility bike. Based on a common power module using a NuVinci left side freewheel.

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Re: BC-168 charger

Post by DAND214 » Oct 01 2016 10:56pm

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