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Old 12-11-2006, 07:40 AM   #1
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Default New Much-More Li-pocket charger




The Li-pocket charger(referred to as the LC)is a handy charger system for rechargeable Litheum batteries for R/C use. With the latest technology developed by our team of R&D, Muchmore introduces the next generation of Li-Po charger for all R/C drivers. The LC can fully charge Litheum batteries up to 4cells at 0.3~3amps using constant current and voltage. Three step switch and an Enter button enable to operate the LC quick and easy.

-2 LEDs indicates the state of charging.
-DC 10-15V widen the power input.
-A microprocessor controls the output voltage and current accurately.
-6 charging currents for charging a wide range of of applications.
-Safety alarm tone to avoid continuous charge which could cause battery bulge, leakage, explosion.





Size.............................................. ................93x57x25mm

Weight............................................ ..............................102g

Input............................................. .............10.0~15.0V
Output....4.2V(1cell),8.4V(2cell),12.6V(3cell),16. 8V(4cell)
Capable Charge............................................ ..50~10000mAh
..........Reversed battery connection, short circuit

Maximum Charge....................................0.3~3.0A (adjustable)

Cell Number......................................1~4(Au tomatically selected)




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Old 12-11-2006, 09:08 AM   #2
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Just curious...the unit says 1-3 cell while the specs say 1-4 cell??
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Old 12-11-2006, 09:46 AM   #3
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This would be decent for charging anything up to a 3200 I would guess. It would have to come in under 60 bucks to compete with the Orion Avionics Advanced Flight Charger though which is still a steal at about 80 bucks right now.

http://www.teamorion-avionics.com/Ad...Flight+Charger
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Old 12-11-2006, 03:10 PM   #4
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We also have this:

http://www.teamorion-avionics.com/Ad...harging+System

That sells under $45 at most places. It charges all Li-Po batteries up to 4 Cells and up to 3A and is super easy to use only requiring 1 button I know several people who have had great susccess even using this to charge our 3200mAh Race Spec packs.
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I LOVE Much More products, maybe too much. But, after using Orion's little Advantage charger for my 3200 LiPo (in combination with MM's Power Master Mini) this looks rather disappointing. The readout on that charger has been a great tool, and provides information I feel is crucial to a racing environment, like the battery's voltage after a run, and how much charge it takes after a race.
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Old 12-11-2006, 06:15 PM   #6
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The Li-pocket is capable of charging 1-4cells.
The case printing is my fault.(the case is proto type)

The Li-pocket charger is quick and easy Li-polymer battery charger.

It has no screen but it charges Li-Po cells accurately to have its own 100% capacity.

Another new charger that having Orange backlit screen will be released right after Li-pocket. It is called "Silent charger" that can charge Li-Po up to 6amps. I will announce its features and photo through rcforum Korea's Andy soon.

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The Li-pocket is capable of charging 1-4cells.
The case printing is my fault.(the case is proto type)

The Li-pocket charger is quick and easy Li-polymer battery charger.

It has no screen but it charges Li-Po cells accurately to have its own 100% capacity.

Another new charger that having Orange backlit screen will be released right after Li-pocket. It is called "Silent charger" that can charge Li-Po up to 6amps. I will announce its features and photo through rcforum Korea's Andy soon.

Thanks,

Ryan
That new charger sounds awesome Ryan. You should send some over to Keith for us to try

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Another new charger that having Orange backlit screen will be released right after Li-pocket. It is called "Silent charger" that can charge Li-Po up to 6amps. I will announce its features and photo through rcforum Korea's Andy soon.
Ahh, that's good to hear and makes perfect sense. There's definitely a place for this sort of charger, I was just disappointed thinking this was the final LiPo offering. I look forward to seeing the new charger you mentioned. Keep up the great work, MM stuff is the best around.
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