October 17, 2007

Much More ACDC Silent Charger Platinum

Much More ACDC Silent Charger Platinum

Much More have released information about their new AC DC version of the Silent Charger Platinum. The Silent Charger Platinum is a state of the art microprocessor based charger/discharger system for rechargeable R/C batteries. The Silent Charger is switching type and can fully charge 1 to 14 cells of Ni-MH and Ni-Cd at a digitally adjustable ampage up to a maximum of 6 amps, using peak detection and temperature limit methods, while it can also charge up to 5 cells of Lithium batteries.

Click more for the features and specs…

– Muchmore’s own false-peak detection algorithm.
– Temperature probe is equipped. (35~65deg.C selectable)
– 3 user adjustable charge modes: Ni-MH, Ni-Cd, Li-Po up to 6amperes (120watts)
– 3 user adjustable discharge modes:Ni-MH, Ni-Cd, Li-Po up to 6amperes (40watts)
– Discharge-Charge mode.
– Provides total charged time, peak voltage, capacity (mAh), elapsed time after charge is cutoff.
– Total discharged time, elapsed time after discharge is cut off.
– Orange back lit display. Laser state indicator.
– Trickle charge after chare Ni-Cd is terminated.

Dimensions – 124 x 114 x 47mm
Weight – 520g
Number of cells(Ni-MH/Ni-Cd) – 1~14cells ( 1.2~16.8V)
Number of cells(Li-Po) – 1~6cells (3.7/7.4/11.1/14.8/18.5V/22.2V)
Max charge current – 0.1~ 6A
Max discharge current – 0.1~ 6A
Dicharge cuttoff voltage – Automatically selected
Input voltage – 9~15V
Charging mode – Ni-MH, Ni-Cd, Li-Po
Discharging mode – Ni-MH, Ni-Cd, Li-Po
Trickle charge rate(after charge) – 0.1A(Ni-Cd mode)
Voltage threshold/Delta peak – 3mV/cell(Ni-MH), 6mV/cell(Ni-Cd)
Max charge watts – 120watts
Max dishcharge watts – 40watts
Temperature probe – Magnetic sensor(35~65deg.C)
Keys – 4
Cooling – IC controlled single fan

Much More ACDC Silent Charger Platinum

Source: Pit Work [pitwork.co.kr]


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