106 Astro "Blinky" Battery Balancer

106 Astro "Blinky" Battery Balancer

Regular Price:

$32.05

106 Astro "Blinky" Battery Balancer


The Blinky is specially designed for Lithium Polymer Batteries.


The Blinky works with 2 to 6 cell Lithium Polymer Batteries.


The Blinky first detects all cells that are above 3.2 volts.


The Blinky then balances your pack while charging.


The Blinky can also balance your pack after being charged.


The Blinky will discharge any cell that is over 4.2 Volts.


You may wish to purchase part a thunderpower adaptor, part #549.Thank You


 







IMPORTANT NOTE: Ninety percent of the battery packs on the market are wired in sequence.
If your battery pack is NOT SET UP WITH A STANDARD CONNECTOR
WITH THE VOLTAGE ON THE PINS IN SEQUENCE
(expl. 4v,8v,12v) you will be putting 8 volts across the adjacent pins
instead of 4v and one of the lights(led) with burn out and depending on how
long you leave it on as it gets really, really bright like high beams
on a car(unplug asap) you could burn out the resistors and transistor so please
observe the sequence of your connector. If you are uncertain of the sequence/voltage
then you may check it first with a volt meter
***Lipo batteries such as Polyquest, Hyperion, E-Tec, and MaxAmps require a special adapter.***
The old fma packs had 5 pins and then a gap at the top
then newer ones had 5 pins and a gap at the bottom,
now some have 5 pins with no gap.

106 Astro "Blinky" Battery Balancer is available for purchase in increments of 1
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The Blinky is specially designed for Lithium Polymer Batteries.

The Blinky works with 2 to 6 cell Lithium Polymer Batteries.

The Blinky first detects all cells that are above 3.2 volts.

The Blinky then balances your pack while charging.

The Blinky can also balance your pack after being charged.

The Blinky will discharge any cell that is over 4.2 Volts.

You may wish to purchase part a thunderpower adaptor, part #549.Thank You






IMPORTANT NOTE: Ninety percent of the battery packs on the market are wired in sequence.
If your battery pack is NOT SET UP WITH A STANDARD CONNECTOR
WITH THE VOLTAGE ON THE PINS IN SEQUENCE
(expl. 4v,8v,12v) you will be putting 8 volts across the adjacent pins
instead of 4v and one of the lights(led) with burn out and depending on how
long you leave it on as it gets really, really bright like high beams
on a car(unplug asap) you could burn out the resistors and transistor so please
observe the sequence of your connector. If you are uncertain of the sequence/voltage
then you may check it first with a volt meter

***Lipo batteries such as Polyquest, Hyperion, E-Tec, and MaxAmps require a special adapter.***

The old fma packs had 5 pins and then a gap at the top
then newer ones had 5 pins and a gap at the bottom,
now some have 5 pins with no gap.

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