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    HobbyKing XD-6

    I was wondering if this Charger can Charge at 6 AMP's Per-Port or if it is like the Hitec Charger's where the high the Voltage the pack has the less Amp's it can put out.

    I will be using the HobbyKing XD-6 to Charge 4 14.8 Lipo's at a time and I would like to be able to Charge them at 5 Amp's each all at the sametime.

    http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s..._4_X_60W_.html

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    RE: HobbyKing XD-6

    It says 6amps per port and 60w per port.

    If charging 15v lipos the max amps you can use per port is 60w/15v= 4amps.

    Power (w) = volts (v) x amps (a).

    I think HK have a 400w x2 port charger. Not sure what its max amps per port is.

    All the best
    Hello, the IMAX b6 quattro fits the bill?

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    RE: HobbyKing XD-6

    From what I'm seeing from the way you figured out the Amp's the XD-6 can put out that would mean the XD-6 can charge Pack's faster then the HK Quattro 4X6s Correct.

    Check oout these links and tell me if I'm correct.


    http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s..._4_X_60W_.html


    http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...i_Charger.html


    ORIGINAL: Goldenduff

    It says 6amps per port and 60w per port.

    If charging 15v lipos the max amps you can use per port is 60w/15v= 4amps.

    Power (w) = volts (v) x amps (a).

    I think HK have a 400w x2 port charger. Not sure what its max amps per port is.

    All the best

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    RE: HobbyKing XD-6

    Yes correct. But neither are particularly powerful chargers.

    I you have 6000mah (6amp) batteries you can only just charge tem at 1c with the first charger. Many lipos can be charged at higher rates- especially u you stay in the hobby long enough.

    I would get a slightly more expensive turnigy 400w- possibly even the dual port one or even get parrallel chargin boards:
    Hello, the IMAX b6 quattro fits the bill?

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    RE: HobbyKing XD-6

    Goldenduff I was wondering if the IMAX b6 Quattro is the same Charger as the HK b6 Quattro I know there are a few different model's with that same case and I'm not farmiliar with the IMAX stuff.

    I sent you an email as well asking you something else.

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    RE: HobbyKing XD-6

    It's funny that the XD-6 Cost's less then the HK b6 Quattro Charger and yet the HK XD-6 can supply more Amp's.






    ORIGINAL: Goldenduff

    Yes correct. But neither are particularly powerful chargers.

    I you have 6000mah (6amp) batteries you can only just charge tem at 1c with the first charger. Many lipos can be charged at higher rates- especially u you stay in the hobby long enough.

    I would get a slightly more expensive turnigy 400w- possibly even the dual port one or even get parrallel chargin boards:


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