eTronix Powerpal 3.0 AC/DC Performance Charger/Discharger - 80W 10A

eTronix Powerpal 3.0 AC/DC Performance Charger/Discharger - 80W 10A

Brand: eTronix

Part Number: ET0202

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Etronix has upgraded its best selling PowerPal charger with the latest 3.0 version. Same reliable charging for all your battery charging needs, the 3.0 has been updated with the inclusion of a 2.1A USB charge sock-et, a DJI battery charge program and a useful servo testing function.

Etronix Power Pal 3.0 Charger/Discharger Features:

  • AC/DC Input Power
  • Up to 10A Charge Rate
  • Microprocessor controlled
  • Precision Lithium cell balancing
  • Cyclic charging/discharging for NiMH
  • USB charge socket
  • Servo testing function
  • Optimised operating software
  • High power, high performance circuitry
  • Charge different types of Lithium battery
  • Maximum safety
  • CC/CV Constant current charge and pack voltage maintaining
  • Auto Charge current limit
  • Temperature limit
  • Time limit
  • Automatic cooling fan
  • Data store/load
  • DJI Phantom™ battery charge program

Spec Check:

  • AC Power 100-240V
  • DC Power 11-18V
  • Charge Current: 0.1-10A
  • Discharge Current: 0.1-2A
  • Charge Power: 80W
  • LiPo/LiFe/LiLon/LiHV: 1-8 Series
  • NiMH/NiCd: 1-16 Cells
  • Pb Battery Voltage: 2-28V
  • Balance Precision: ¬±0.01V
  • USB: 5V/2.1A
  • Servo Tester Function: 500-2500us
  • Phantom 2™/Phantom 3™ Battery: 1pc
  • Phantom 2™/Phantom 3™ Controller: 1pc

The PowerPal 3.0 also includes the following charging leads and cables:

  • XH 2S-8S Balance board and connector lead
  • JST BEC Charge lead
  • Deans plug charge lead
  • Glow plug charge lead
  • Universal crocodile lead
  • Receiver/Transmitter charge lead
  • DJI Battery charge lead


  • Brand: eTronix
  • Part No: ET0202
  • Input Voltage:
    • 12V
    • 240V (UK mains)
  • Included Connectors:
    • 4mm Banana Sockets
    • Crocodile Clips
    • Deans
    • Glow Starter
    • Receiver
    • Transmitter
    • XH LiPo Balancers
  • Chemistry:
    • LiPo
    • NiMh / NiCd

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Q; How many Lipo's put in parallel will the unit charge please?
Asked by David on 27th June 2019

We're not a fan of parallel charging LiPo batteries - it's a bit "messy" and will just increase charge time.  Simpler and easier to charge individually.

But technically there's no limit it will just keep increasing the perceived mAh capacity of the battery that the charger "sees".  If you really want to do it, we'd recommend no more than 2 or 3 in parallel.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Can this charger put a lipo in a storage mode
Asked by William on 1st April 2020

Yes these have a storage function

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

do 7.6v lipos need special charger to fully charge
Asked by Richard Powell on 30th April 2020

Yes you'd want an LiHV charger

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

We have FTX vantage RC cars with Tamiya connectors on the batteries would this be a good option? Thanks
Asked by Stu on 14th May 2020

Yes this would work well - you just need a Tamiya charge lead eg CLTAM

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Just bought maveric and want to charge faster is this one ok
Asked by Warren on 13th August 2020

YEs that would charge those batteries fine

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Hi I'm a bit new to LiPo batteries and charging. Could you tell me how long I should expect this type of charger to charge a Kyosho Peak Hard Case LiPo - 5000mAh 7.4V 2S 45C?
Asked by James Lewis on 20th August 2020

That would charge that in around 1 hour

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

This will charge 22v 6s ?
Asked by Ben on 20th August 2020

Yes it will charge 6S

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

will this charger charge 2s and 3s lipo's? Thanks
Asked by Andre Baronet on 21st August 2020


Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Does this charger charg up to 8S LiPo? Just making sure.
Asked by Harrison on 29th August 2020

Yes these can charge up to 8S

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

will this charge a 8cell 3300 nimh battery
Asked by Morgan on 1st September 2020


Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Can I use this charger via my car ie the lighter socket?
Asked by Tony Searancke on 29th October 2020

It has a 12v input - via small crocodile clips, however you could easily wire those into a 12v cigar lighter type socket if you wanted.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Does this come with a 240v adapter as well as the 12v input?
Asked by Duncan on 9th November 2020

Yes, this has an integrated 240v power supply

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would this work with a voltz 5000 mah 2s lipo?
Asked by Oscar on 15th November 2020

Yes that should work fine

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Hello. Sorry for being a doughnut but can you tell me how to easily use this thing? I have the Corally 4.5 a 22.2 volt 6s battery and is that all i put enter to charge it? I have connected the balance board as well but how long should I charge it for? Are there any other settings I need to set? Will it beep when charged? I have heard so many horror stories about using lipo I am nervous. Sad I know. Thanks.
Asked by Mark Scotchford on 16th November 2020

They are simple to setup - choose LiPo Balance Charge, set your voltage (6S 22.2V in your case), set your current (4.5Amps if your battery is a 4500mah), then press and hold enter to start charging.

Full charge should take around 45-60 minutes and it will beep when complete.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Is this suitable to charge the core rc SCH-CR294 LiPo? And does it come with the required leads? Thanks
Asked by Iain on 20th January 2021

Yes this would charge CR294 

It includes a deans lead so yes would connect up to that fine

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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