ToolkitRC M9 DC Battery Charger Workstation (8S/25A/600W)

ToolkitRC M9 DC Battery Charger Workstation (8S/25A/600W)
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This is the ToolkitRC M9 DC Battery Charger Workstation. Packed with features the M9 is capable of outputting up to 600W this powerful charger can handle most any charging demand and is equipped with a multitude of tools to keep your equipment running right. With features that will make your friends envious, this an excellent charger for any pit station, flying field or shop. 

Features:
  • Built-in XT60 output connector
  • USB-A and USB Type-C outputs
  • Multi-angle display (0-85°)
  • Customizable voice alerts
  • Cell Checker
  • Multimeter
  • PWM, PPM, S.Bus Input/output & Receiver tester
  • Measure battery voltage, internal resistance, balance
  • Measure PWM, PPM, S.Bus signal values @ 1ms accuracy
  • Output PWM, PPM, S.Bus standard signal @ 1ms accuracy
Specifications:
  • Charger:
    • Input Voltage: DC 7.0-35.0V @MAX 25A
    • Battery Type:
    • Balance Current: 1000mA @ 4.2V
    • Charging Power: 600W @MAX 20A
    • Discharge Power
    • USB: [email protected] or Upgrade by USB-A
  • Input Tools:
    • PWM: 880-2200us @ 20-400Hz
    • PPM: 880-2200us * 8CH @ 20-50Hz
    • SBUS: 880-2200us * 16CH @ 20-100Hz
    • Voltage: 1.0-5.0V @ 1-8S
    • Internal Resistance: 0.1 mR-99mR @ 1-8S
    • ESC Output: 600W @ 20A
  • Output Tools:
    • PWM: 500-2500us @ 20-1000Hz
    • PPM: 880-2200us * 8CH @ 20-50Hz
    • SBUS: 880-2200us * 16CH @ 20-100Hz
    • Power Supply: 1.0-35.0V @1.0-20A mode:CC CV
    • Overcurrent Response: <5ms
  • Dimensions:
    • Size: 108x71x36mm
    • Weight: 235g
    • LCD: IPS 2.4" LCD 320x240 resolution
Includes:
  • (1) M9 DC Battery Charger Workstation
  • (1) Screen Protector
  • Power Chords

This product was added to our catalog on November 4, 2022