D2 Smart AC Lithium Battery Charger (6S/10A/200W) by iSDT

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This product was added to our catalog on August 16, 2017.

The iSDT D2 Smart AC Battery Charger is the first step in the AC chargers from iSDT. Pulling from the elegant and simplistic scOs user interface, charging batteries and selecting amperages only take a matter of seconds with the simple to use dial system incorporated into the D2 charger. 

  • 2.4" IPS Display: 262K colors Hi-brightness monitor, up to 178 visible angle, with outstanding visibility.
  • scOs developed for smart charging: Colorful and bright UI design, with optimized display information makes setup & working status easy to read. Quick & simple function menu reduces operating steps up to 80%. Supports online update with PC, for an optimized operating system, and improved user experience.
  • ARM 32bit Hi-speed CPU:
    • ARM Cortex-M4
    • 32bit ultra fast calculations
    • 20X Data processing
  • High Efficiency, Extreme Power to Volume Ratio: Hi speed & efficient synchronous power supply, good heat-conduction with pure cooper, and an active heat-sink with hi-speed fan make it possible to improve power by 300%. No charger in this size is more powerful.
  • One Key Shuttle Control: A single metal shuttle control replaces the conventional multi-button operation from other chargers, allowing the D2 to be quick and easy. 
  • Outstanding Design: This unique design is incredibly small with a total of 200w output capacity. XT-60 connectors are used for input & output, allowing you to safely connect your battery.

Input Voltage: AC 100-240V 
Output Voltage: 0-30V 
Charge Current: 0.1-10.0A 
Discharge Current: 0.1-3.0A 
Max Charge Capacity: 200W Total
Max Discharge Capacity: 5W x2
USB Output: 5V @2A (Charging only)
Balancing Current: 1A/cell x2
Balance Cells: 2-6S  x2
Supported Batt. Type: LiFe/Lilon/LiPo/LiHv (1-6S) NiMH/Cd(1-16S) Pb(1-12S) 
Display: 2.4〃320240 IPS LCD 
Operating Temperature: 0-40C 
Storage Temperature: -20-60C 
Dimensions: 120x108x70mm 
Weight: 558g

Verified Owner
Wednesday, Jan 17 2018 (5 weeks ago)
iSDT D2 Smart AC Lithium Battery Charger (6S/10A/200W)
This charger is actually quite fantastic for the price and form factor. I primarily use this as a small travelling charger to R/C events, and charge from 2s to 6s LiPos. At the max a 6s pack can charge at 4A, which is OK if you're not in a rush. The convenience is simply that it is AC and you don't have to lug around a power supply to power it.

It's certainly not great for discharging, as it's only rated at 5w per channel, but at a pure charging aspect it provides a lot of value in a very small form factor.

If you're looking at discharging at higher amps for storage, this may not be for you. There are other solutions, both standalone, and higher end chargers. The standalone discharger is the easiest and cheaper solution, as higher end chargers are EASILY over double the price of this unit. That doesn't even factor in the power supply cost needed to run the high end charger.)
Michael Ang
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Dec 13 2017 (2 months ago)
iSDT D2 Smart AC Lithium Battery Charger (6S/10A/200W)
Started smoking after 20 charges. Has RMA in place.)
Yoshihiro Imaizumi
Monday, Dec 11 2017 (2 months ago)
iSDT D2 Smart AC Lithium Battery Charger (6S/10A/200W)
There are many initial malfunctions and breakdowns. Confirmed that 4 units were broken. Request improvement.)
Richard Good
Verified Owner
Thursday, Nov 30 2017 (3 months ago)
iSDT D2 Smart AC Lithium Battery Charger (6S/10A/200W)
The charge side of things work fine but I will only give it 3 stars due to the fact it does not discharge up to 3 amps as advertised by ISDT, The highest discharge I can get out of it is 061 amps basically a little above a half of an amp making it take forever to discharge a pack for weekly storage between races. I contacted ISDT about the issue and my reply was it can only discharge up to 5 watts per channel, that being said why are they advertising the charger at a max discharge of 3 amps)