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Jun 17, 2021 at 01:27
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The best tool for RC car hobbyists

Remote control cars or RC cars are every child’s dream. But now, adults are enjoying it as well. There are many innovations, unique features, and changes in various specifications to increase its speed and power. But no matter what kind of RC cars you have in your collection, it all boils down to its battery and charger. Batteries and chargers are essential if you have RC cars, or else they would end up on display.

The best tool for every RC car owner is to have a good lipo battery charger. But it should not be just any kind of battery charger. You need to look for the right one to adequately charge the type of lipo battery you have.

Different types of lipo batteries

Lipo batteries are pretty flexible in shape. Since they have a solid compound, they can be in any shape and size. They can also be thinner and yet produces enough power to power up your device. They are also very light, so they are perfect for RC cars. But the difference between lipo batteries lies in their cell capacity. You can find that on the label of the battery. If the battery is 2s, it has 2 cells, 3s for three cells, 4s for 4 cells,etc.

When you are looking for a lipo battery charger, you should look for one that can charge at the maximum cell level. If yourlipo battery has 6s, then you should look for best lipo chargers that can charge up to 6 cells or more.

How to know if the battery can charge at a specific cell capacity

Each cell in the lipo battery has a maximum charged voltage. The maximum voltage for a charged cell is 4.2 volts. So for a 2 cell battery, you have 8.4 volts. If you have a six-cell battery, then you have a maximum of 25.2 volts. So when you are looking for a battery charger, you should look for one that can reach its maximum charge of up to 25.2 volts or higher.

What are the important things you should look for in a lipo battery charger?

Because it’s all about electricity, battery chargers are measured in a particular way using wattage and amps to determine their charging capacity and the maximum voltage they can provide. You don’t want to go more than the maximum voltage capacity of the battery.

The charging capacity determines how fast it would charge your battery. If it has high wattage charging capacity for like 200 watts, then that battery charger is fast. You should also look for its maximum amp level in charging. A good one would be 30 amps in maximum.

Another important thing is that you should look for a battery charger that gives you more flexibility and options for charging. A good charger allows you to charge your battery at a specific level based on your battery’s cell capacity. It allows you to set its end voltage level to shut off and stop charging when it reached there. This will prevent your battery from overcharging.

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