Our parallel charge boards allow you to charge and balance up to six battery packs simultaneously without a clutter of wires. Constructed from the highest quality materials, they give you the best connection possible every time you charge your batteries.
The board is already wired in parallel, all you need to do is plug your batteries' charge and balance connectors to the board - ensuring that all the batteries are the same cell count. Each board can charge up to six batteries, from 2S up to 6S, at up to a 30A charge rate.
you can also Daisy chain up to 3 boards to charge up to 18 batteries at the one time - (Not recommended for beginners)
parallel charging board for lipo balance charger,Such as Imax B6 B8 B6AC,UNA6,and other balance chargers
Save your money, Save your time, 6 batteries at One Time(2s-6s: 2s*6 or 3s*6 or 4s*6;5s or 6 or 6s*6),just take 1/6 of the customary time
1.balanced output line using 20AWG multi-strand silicone wire.
2.main output line using high-quality 14AWG multi-strand silicone wire.
3.TX60 plug with a security plug silicone cap.
4.high-quality AMASS output plug.
5.Thick PCB copper, can pass 30A of charge current safely
Package size: 20 * 10 * 4cm / 8 * 4 * 1.6 in
Package weight: 170g / 6 oz
1 * High-Quality 2S-6S Lipo Parallel Charging Board Charger Plate TX60 Plug - Deans Connector for connection to charger
1 * Balanced cable
How to Parallel Charge
All the packs you charge in parallel must be the same type and cell count. There is no need to match the capacity, C-rating, age or brand for parallel charging.
For example, you can charge a 3s 2200mAh 15C lipo, a 3s 3200mAh 25C lipo and a 3s 850mAh 35C lipo together,
but you can not charge any 3s lipo in parallel with a 4s lipo.
First plug in the xt60 connector of the battery - then the balance plug
You can fill the board with batteries or only the amount you wish to charge.
Leave the cells for a minute or two to settle and start balancing up between the batteries themselves.
It is common practice to only charge batteries that have a very close starting voltage - around .2v difference between all batteries
When you connect the batteries in Parallel you increase the capacity of the battery without increasing the voltage so add up the capacity of all the cells and charge as you would normally.
example: 6 x 1300mah 4s lipos.
6 x 1300 = 7800
so if your charging at 1C and if your charger can feed it I would set the charge rate to 7.8A and 4 cells - balance charging program.
If you do charge batteries with a high voltage difference - ie 15v and 14v - the capacity from one battery will move to the lower battery - but your batteries can feed this voltage at say 90A so it's charging it too quick and can damage your lipos. thats why the .2 voltage difference is recommended for better battery care.
Search youtube for parallel charging video's if you have never parallel charged before and never leave charging lipos unattended.