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Inexpensive balancing charger?
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RE: Inexpensive balancing charger?
(17-01-2015 05:34 PM)Michael Wrote:  I might be able to use my old TrustFire charger. I haven't touched that piece of crap in months, since I got my XTAR, but maybe I could use the battery holder. 

I did this with an Xtar that kept ripping the stupid micro USB connector off the board

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Yeah...it looks like a turd...and I changed the RProg resistor to 2.2K (approx 500mA charge current)  but by God this thing charges like a champ...well...as long as I don't put the battery in backwards, the TP-4056 charge module is NOT reverse polarity protected

But these can hold all batteries from 16340's on up

This is a single cell charger only though
(This post was last modified: 19-01-2015 08:15 AM by WarHawk-AVG.)
19-01-2015 08:14 AM
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