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Awesome Charger Review by Dave Smith
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I have been using this charger for about two years now and love it. I use it to fast charge up to a 6S 2650 battery. Much bigger than that, you will need a bigger charger for fast charging.

I use two lead acid gel cells in series at the field, and I like the fact that I can recover the energy from unused batteries back into the gel cells. I have even used this charger to quick charge my car battery when I left my interior lights on!

My only complaint is the menus, which are tedious and unforgiving. The charger could really use a couple more lines of text on the display. (Posted on May 25, 2014)
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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Great piece of kit! Review by Daddy Boomalati
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Super invention. I took it with me on an all day flight and used a Lipo to charge my phone when there weren't enough outlets in the airports. I now use it at the field to charge my camera without removing it from my plane. (Posted on March 14, 2014)
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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Faulty x2 Review by M David
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I received two of these now (one was a replacement) and had the same problem with both. The circuit for cell 2 reads a very high internal resistance on all batteries. It also reads the voltage in the cell inaccurately, causing balance errors.

I know that the issue is the Paraboard, because I gutted it and made my own parallel charge cable, and it works fine. I think the problem is in the resettable fuse, but I don't know.

I have always had good experiences with epbuddy.com, but not this time. I tried to contact their customer support and never received a reply. They did replace my Paraboard when I returned it without an RMA, but it would have been nice to interact with someone. To be fair, Dale was in China at the time, but it is still poor customer service.

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David, I am really sorry for the troubles. I had some difficulties in accessing customer's emails when I was traveling in China for our business. The Email server was blocked in some regions in the country. I didn't realized the problem after I was there. Presently we have brought an experienced RC pilot Gary on board to help our customers. If you have any question please call the phone number on the top of the page.
The fuses on the board can lead to incorrect reading of battery IR, but will not affect the final cutoff voltage of all the cells. We have tested many different batteries with different boards, and all the batteries showed correct voltage after fully charged. This situation is similar to charge batteries of cells with different IR values.
We have designed a new board that solves the problem. All the cells are showing the same IR numbers. Because of the polyfuses on the board, the IR reading on a charger will be the sum of both batteries and polyfuses. However, this higher value will not affect the cutoff voltage.
Thank you!
-----Posted by Dale. (Posted on May 29, 2013)
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Not for very small parts Review by M David
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I bought this scale on a whim hoping to use it to balance tail parts on a 130X. There is nothing wrong with the scale, it works, but I think that it has a lot of variance at the second decimal point. I think the accuracy is probably +/- .02 grams, so if that works for you, I would recommend it.
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Thank you for the post. All instruments have their error ranges. The allowed error range of this type of scale is around 1%. An accurate laboratory or industrial scale may have only 0.1% error range, but it typically costs at least thousands dollars. This budget scale is ideal for our hobby and kitchen applications, such as measuring epoxy, weighting salt. We will definitely not recommend it to find out the weight of precious staffs :-).
------Posted by Dale. (Posted on April 28, 2013)
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