Parallel Charging Board (Paraboard) - EC3 / XH

Parallel Charging Board (Paraboard) - EC3 / XH

Brand: eTronix

Part Number: ET0289

£12.34 Web Price RRP £12.99

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The ParaBoard is to be used with a balance charger to simultaneously charge multiple lithium batteries in parallel. By using this method you can significantly save time on the battery charge process. It can be used to connect between 1 to 3 packs of batteries in parallel charge.

Each board has three set balance ports, from 2S-6, and three plugs. Since these ports and connectors are arranged in parallel, a plug and a balance port can be randomly matched for battery charge. The ParaBoard can be used for charging up to three batteries at the same time.

ParaBoard is made of selected high quality components. The PCB is made of two ounce copper and the main power circuit is heavily tinned to allow the use of high current. ParaBoard products have been fully tested under 20 A continuous current, and is safe to be load at 30A for a short time (10 - 30 minutes).

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 three batteries, from 2S up to 6S, at up to a 30A charge rate (20 Amp Continuous)

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Hi....i have ordered this and not sure its the right one....i have a hubsan 501s.....batterys are 2700 mah 10 c with ec2 connecters...will this work...cheers
Asked by Simon Murray on 27th April 2018

No as this has EC3 connectors.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

i have a dual charger, in theory, could one of these be connected to each charge port to charge 2 batteries per side?
Asked by Jonathan Gustar on 8th April 2020

In theory, yes

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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