EOS 0606i DC Balance Charger (6S/6A/50W) by Hyperion

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This product was added to our catalog on March 12, 2008.

This is the Hyperion EOS 0606i DC 6S, 6A max charger, with Integrated LBA balancer. This charger features LiPoly (3.7v), LiFePO4/A123 (3.3v), Nicd, NiMH, and Lead-Acid charge modes. Dataport for PC software. 11~15V DC Inputs - Hyperion Balance Multi-Adapter included for 2S to 6S packs!


  • Powerful, yet compact and portable with wide support for battery types
  • Integrated Hyperion LBA Balancer for LiPO (3.7V) and LiFe (3.3V) based cells
  • Balance Multi-Adapter for 2s to 6S packs included
  • Charge and Discharge Modes (and cycling for NiMh and NiCd)
  • Packaged in a rugged aluminum case - Long input leads
  • Lipo 1S-6S / A123 1S-6S / NiCd/NiMH 1-14cells /Lead-Acid 1-6cells
  • PC Data Output Port
  • Charge/Discharge modes
  • 2-line, 16 character, easy-to-read LCD Screen
  • Packaged in a rugged aluminum case
  • 11V-15V DC Input

Input Voltage: 11 - 15V DC
Battery Types: 1 - 14 NiCd cells, 1 - 14 NiMh cells, 1 - 6 LiPo Cells, 100 ~ 6000mAh (3.7V/cell type only), 1 - 6 LiFe Cells, LiFePO4/A123 (3.3V/cell types), 1 - 6 Lead Acid Cells (2V per cell nominal)
Charge Current: 0.1A ~ 6.0A max, by 100mA steps (50W limit)
Discharge Current: 0.1A ~ 1.0A max, by 10mA steps (5W limit)
Trickle Charge Current: 0 ~ 200mA (NiCd, NiMh)
Charge Termination: "Delta V" peak detection for (NiCd/NiMh), "CV/CC" for Lithium/Lead Acid
Cycling Modes (NiCd/NiMh): Charge > Discharge or Discharge > Charge
Display Type: 2-line, 16 character blue backlit LCD

James Thomas
Monday, Dec 21 2009 (about 7 years ago)
Hyperion EOS 0606i DC Balance Charger (6S/6A/50W)
I am impressed with this charger! I have been an Amateur Radio operator for just over 40 years and worked as a broadcast engineer and electronic technician. All this means is that I have spent a lot of time with rechargeable battery systems and have a fair understanding of the different battery technologies and their charge/discharge idiosyncrasies. This charger does a fine job with the battery technologies it is designed to accomidate. I have been building my own LiFe battery packs for my Slash and this charger does a great job with them. I especially like that it will display the amount of current the battery either takes to charge or delivers to discharge to a programmed voltage! This is a great help in determaining the condition of the battey pack.)
Joshua Nessel
Verified Owner
Saturday, Feb 25 2012 (about 5 years ago)
Hyperion EOS 0606i DC Balance Charger (6S/6A/50W)
I've been using a pair of these for almost a year now. I am quite pleased with them. I have both mounted to the top of my Super Pro 20 and makes for a very convenient charging system at the racetrack. These chargers are my first experience with a "quality" system and I have not been disappointed. I have complete confidence in the condition of my packs and still consider expanding to a larger power supply with another pair of these chargers.)