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Hitec RDX1 Pro

Hitec RDX1 Pro Battery Charger

After announcing two new chargers yesterday, Hitec isn’t finished yet! Today the Hitec crew sent out the press release for the RDX1 Pro Battery Charger. The original RDX1 was a favorite of ours because of its small size and big output, the Pro version gets some upgrades and is even better. Here are some of its highlights- * Microprocessor controlled * Integrated [...]

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Hitec X2 High Power Battery Charger

Hitec X2 High Power Battery Charger

New from the good folks over at Hitec is the X2 High Power Battery Charger. The X2 High Power is a dual port charger that can be used on either AC or DC input power. The X2 High Power is also high tech sporting an innovative Voice Guide Function which makes the charger even easier to program. * DC output port [...]

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Hitec Power Peak E7

Hitec Power Peak E7 Battery Charger

Just announced by Hitec is the Power Peak E7 battery charger. The E7 can charge and discharge all of your packs while using Hitec’s battery identification system. An easy to see graphic screen makes it easy to use while a USB output allows you to charge your smart device. * Up to a 20 amp charge rate * Internal resistance meter * Can [...]

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LRP ANTIX 9000 Graphene LiHV Battery

LRP ANTIX 9000 Graphene LiHV Battery

Are you looking for a battery with a really long run time for your truck? If so, have a look at the new ANTIX 9000 Graphene battery from LRP. The ANTIX features a whopping 9000mAh of capacity, but better still, it is a LiHV design that can be charged up to 8.7 volts. With extra voltage on tap and insane [...]

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Hitec H4 Plus Charger

Hitec H4 Plus Charger

Coming in July from the great folks at Hitec is the H4 Plus battery charger. The H4 Plus is a luxury 4-channel charger that is jam packed with all sorts of cool features. Here are some of the H4 Plus’s specifications- * 32 bit high performance microprocessor * Full aluminum case * Hitec channel bridge function * 128 x 64 backlit graphic LCD * Charges [...]

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MaxAmps LiHV Quadcopter Race Packs

MaxAmps FPV Race Edition LiHV 1600 4S Packs

If you are a hardcore drone racer, it is all about speed. To help you go faster than your competition, MaxAmps has announced LiHV Race Edition 4S 1600 packs. The MaxAmps LiHV cells put out far superior voltage compared to normal LiPo batteries, thus giving your drone more power. * Charges up to 4.35 volts per cell * 150C rated discharge * [...]

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Reedy Zappers LiPo

Reedy Zappers Hi-Voltage Low Profile & 1S LiPos

Available now from Reedy are 3 new packs in their Zappers LiPo battery line-up. The Reedy Zappers aren’t your normal LiPo, they use LiHV cells that put out more voltage than typical packs and can be charged up to 8.7 volts on a 2S pack, or 4.35 on a 1 cell. The three new packs include a 1 cell 8000mAh, a [...]

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ProTek R/C Silicon Graphene HV LiPo

ProTek R/C Silicon Graphene HV LiPo Batteries

Get higher voltage with the new Silicon Graphene HV Batteries from ProTek RC. These new LiHV “SG” packs are rated for a 100C discharge rate and 10C for charging, but their claim to fame is higher output voltage while under load. They are also lightweight and are said to have an extremely flat discharge curve. Cell counts range from 1 [...]

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Reedy Zappers Hi-Voltage Modified Shorty LiPo Batteries

Reedy Zappers Hi-Voltage Shorty LiPo Batteries

Oh yes, Reedy Zappers, back in the day they described NiMH cells that had been “zapped” to increase performance. Now days Reedy is using the “Zappers” moniker lithium based cells that are of the high voltage variety. In this case, Reedy has announced a pair of new Zappers Shorty Style Packs for modified racing. One of the new packs can [...]

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Hitec X1 Nano

Hitec X1 Nano Charger

New from the good folks over at Hitec is the X1 Nano AC Input Balance Multicharger. The X1 Nano was designed to make charging a pack as easy as possible, without taking up a bunch of space. To charge a pack with the X1 Nano all you have to do is plug in a pack, select the cell chemistry, then [...]

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Dynamite Reaction High Voltage LiPo

New High Voltage Reaction LiPos from Dynamite

You’ve heard about the new LiHV cells right? LiHV are LiPo batteries that have higher voltage than standard packs. Higher voltage means Faster speeds, and if you bash, you can never have enough power. The new Dynamite cells can be charged up to 4.35V per cell instead of the standard 4.2, which makes a big difference, especially on higher cell [...]

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Hitec X4 Charger

Hitec X4 AC Pro Four Port Multicharger

New from Hitec is the X4 AC Pro. The X4 Pro can be used off of household AC power, or a DC power supply or car battery. It is also beefy, with up to 300 watts of charging power when DC powered. Here are some of its other features & specs- * Four output ports * Capable of charging NiMH/NiCd/LiPo/LiFe/Lilon/LiHV/Pb cells * Can [...]

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Venom Pro Quad Charger Review

Venom Pro Quad Charger Review

Some people have a few batteries laying around, while others have a LOT. For all you guys that just can’t seem to ever keep enough batteries charged, Venom has released the Pro Quad Battery Charger. The Pro Quad has four 100 watt channels on tap and was designed to take up a minimum of space on your pit table. How [...]

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iSDT SC608 150W 8A MINI Smart LCD Battery Balance Charger

iSDT SC608 MINI Smart LCD Charger At TheBuildRC

While tiny in size (and price) the new iSDT SC608 packs a ton of features. First up is an extremely high quality 320×240 2.4″ display. The hi-brightness monitor is capable of up to 262,000 different colors and has up to a 178° visible angle. Next up is power. The SC608 can charge at up to 8 amps and has 6S [...]

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iSDT SC620 Battery Charger

iSDT SC620 Smart LCD Battery Charger From TheBuildRC

New from the folks over at TheBuildRC is the iSDT SC620 Smart Charger. What sets the iSDT apart? Well, it has a seriously cool display among other things. The display on the SC620 is 2.4″ in size kicking out 262K different colors with enhanceed luminescence and contrast ratio. In other words, it isn’t the low-end display found on most units. [...]

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