X1 Pro DC Multi-Charger & ePowerbox 17 Combo by Hitec

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This is the Hitec X1 Pro DC Multi-Charger & ePowerbox 17 Combo. The X1 Pro battery charger delivers a powerful 180 watts to your Lithium-based, NiCd, NiMH and Lead-Acid batteries. With an adjustable charge current rate of 0.1~16 amps, this single port powerhouse provides exactly what your hobby demands in the workshop, at the field or in the pits.

The extremely efficient ePowerBox power supply features docking capability with the Hitec X1 Pro charger for convenience and portability. It converts 100~240 AC volts into 17 amps of continuous 13.8 volt DC power, and has two sets of DC outputs that make it compatible with a wide variety of DC chargers. 

Features:

  • X1 Pro
    • Charges Lithium, Nickel and Lead Acid batteries
    • 2x 16 blue LCD backlight display
    • Efficient fan and aluminum case for cool operation
    • Integrated design to work seamlessly with the ePowerBox 17A power supply
    • 10 Charge/Discharge profile memory
    • USB Port for PC control and firmware upgrade
    • Built in balancing circuit
    • Temperature probe socket
  • ePowerBox 17
    • Designed for use with X1 Pro charger
    • 100-240V AC Input for Worldwide Operation
    • Active Power Factor Correction
    • Two DC Power Outputs
    • On/Off Power Switch
    • USB Power Output 5V/2.1A

Specifications:

  • X1 Pro Charger:
    • Input Voltage Range: 11~18 Volts DC
    • Charge Circuit Power: 180 Watts
    • Discharge Circuit Power: 30 Watts
    • Charge Current Range: 0.1~16.0 Amps
    • Discharge Current Range: 0.1~8.0 Amps
    • LiPo, LiFe & LiIon Balancing Current Drain: 200mA per Cell
    • LiPo, LiFe & LiIon Cell Count: 1~6 Cells
    • Maximum NiCd/NiMh Cell Count: 1~15 Cells
    • Lead Acid (Pb) Cells / Voltage: 2~20 Volts
    • Dimensions: 3.6x4.4x2.0"
    • Weight: 14.3 oz.
  • ePowerBox 17 Power Supply:
    • Input Voltage Range: 100~240 Volts AC
    • AC Input Voltage Frequency: 50~60Hz
    • Output Voltage: 13.8 Volts DC ± 0.2V
    • Current Overload Protection: 17.5A 500ms
    • Input Current Protection: 5A Fuse
    • Output Voltage Ripple: N/A 
    • USB Output Voltage/Current: 5V / 2.1A
    • Power Efficiency: 91%
    • Power Factor: >0.98
    • Temperature Protection Cutoff: 65°C
    • Cooling Method: Temperature Controlled Fan
    • Dimensions: 5.0x3.6x2.0"
    • Net Weight: 21 oz.

Includes:

  • 18awg Charging Cable
  • DC Input Power Cable
  • 2S LiPo Hardcase Charging Lead
  • Balancing Adapter
  • Balancing Board
  • Manual

This product was added to our catalog on September 10, 2014.

joe larson
Wednesday, May 13 2015 (about 3 years ago)
Hitec X1 Pro DC Multi-Charger & ePowerbox 17 Combo
Best charger that packs a punch. I have 2 4s lipos and the charger charges them at a max of 11.7amps which is very fast for how small it is. I'm never waiting on a battery to finish.)
Alex Moreland
Friday, Sep 19 2014 (about 3 years ago)
Hitec X1 Pro DC Multi-Charger & ePowerbox 17 Combo
WATTS=VOLTS X AMPS

It's nice to be able to charge at 16 amps but it is still only 180 watts of power. This is fine for 2S lipos where you can still charge at the full 16 amps but for 4S and 6S, the 180 watts becomes quite limiting. A 6S lipo can only be charged at 7.1 amps with this charger.)
Ted Burns
Verified Owner
Monday, Aug 24 2015 (about 2 years ago)
Hitec X1 Pro DC Multi-Charger & ePowerbox 17 Combo
This is a great package for the money! The charger and power supply fit together very nicely and take up very little space. They are also very quiet while running. The charger works flawlessly charging my 2s packs. It gives great feedback on each of the cells and is easy to navigate. I would highly recommend this charger for any 1/10 scale racer using 2s packs.)
korelick
Verified Owner
Sunday, Aug 16 2015 (about 2 years ago)
Hitec X1 Pro DC Multi-Charger & ePowerbox 17 Combo
I am using this to charge LiPo 2S packs for my Tekno 48EBSL. It works great. No complaints. Stacks on top of each other or you can attach cables and lay it out. I use to charge one battery at a time. If your racing and needing to jam multiple batteries at a time, this is not for you. It has all the features you want just not multiple charging.)
mark hoyla
Verified Owner
Monday, Dec 8 2014 (about 3 years ago)
Hitec X1 Pro DC Multi-Charger & ePowerbox 17 Combo
Highly recommend for indoor racer 2s battery.. small little charger packs a punch..charges my 3200 battery fast and peaks it.

Perfect for shorty packs and if you have 1/2/3 buggy /truck ect..)
Ezveedub
Sunday, May 20 2018 (2 months ago)
Hitec X1 Pro DC Multi-Charger & ePowerbox 17 Combo
Ended up buying this combo multi-charger & powerbox unit and it worked fine for my nimh 7.2 stick packs and my 2S & 3S lipo packs charging at 1C only. The internal memory settings can be used and changed as needed, but took a little bit to get used to running threw the actual setting up to get things going. The powerbox will run its fan after sitting for a while on, even when nothing is charging, the charger runs it fan when charging. Fans arent loud, but they are noticeable for sure when running. Running the Chargemaster software via USB does make running the charger easier and you can see the graph of the battery voltage when charging. Also, since the charger is only 10 amps max, this leaves extra power that can be used for another charger via the XT60 power port on the side of the powerbox, which worked for my Triton charger once I made the cable for it. Now comes the iffy part. Using the double banana plugs on top with the X1 charger is neat, but don't move it around much or try to transport it stacked, as the plugs will start to flex and possibly twist or bend, so take it apart when transporting the two units. If they made a screw tie down or bracket for the two units, it would alleviate any issues in that dept. Now is the real bad part for me. I turned on the charger to top off charge a battery and use my Triton charger for another battery via the powerbox external port. I connected my USB cable to the X1 charger, but had to turn of the power box to move the cabling around on my desk. I noticed the charger display was still back lit slightly when the powerbox was off. Seems the USB was powering up the display unit slightly. Unplugged everything, then went to turn on the charger and the display went to Chinese and other non readable characters. Turned unit off and back on, same thing again. Tried power off and back on, now got all "XXXXXXX" across the display. No sound when moving the toggle switch and no display. Seems this X1 charger bricked itself after say 4-5 uses. It worked well for charging, did run a discharge run, which wasn't much (like 4 amps max) and now its dead. I mainly got this unit due Hitec brand, but it is sold under other brands as well. I'll be sending this combo unit back, as I now have switched to different charger for my needs at this time. The powerbox unit works well, but I can't really recommend the X1 charger based on how it failed for me.)
brian yinger
Verified Owner
Thursday, Jun 1 2017 (about a year ago)
Hitec X1 Pro DC Multi-Charger & ePowerbox 17 Combo
Wtf!!! I just got this for 130 dollars now it's 80 this sucks !!!)