Hobbymate XT60 Parallel Charging Board for 2-6S Lipo Battery


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Don't spend all day charging your batteries one at a time.

A parallel charging board puts an end to spending hours taking one pack off charge to then hook up the next one, to start the charge cycle all over again. In combination with a balance charger, a parallel charge boards can simultaneously charge multiple LiPo batteries reducing the overall charge time significantly. For example, if you have three 2,200mAh 3s Li-Po batteries which you charge at 1C (2.2A), this would usually take approximately 3 hours to charge each pack individually. With this balance board you can charge all three packs in about one hour - assuming your charger is capable of charging at 6.6A.

This charging board has six sets of JST-XH balance ports and six XT60 plugs. Since these connections are already wired in parallel, all you need to do is plug your batteries' charge and balance connectors to the board - ensuring that all the batteries are the same cell count. The board can charge up to six LiPo batteries, from 2S up to 6S, at up to a 30A charge rate. The board also comes with protective covers for the deans connectors.

When attempting parallel charging, the important thing to remember is that the battery packs all have to be the same cell count and therefore the same voltage rating. You CANNOT parallel charge a 6S pack with a 4S pack. This is an advanced method of charging and requires a certain level of electrical understanding. If you are not comfortable with charging calculations or wire sizing, please don’t attempt it.