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Old 06-26-2019, 09:39 PM
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Default NEW Hitec X1 Pro and Powerbox 17A combo

Bought these a year ago and have never used them at all. Only opened the box to look, then put them on the shelf. Im getting out of the hobby now so I dont need them at all. They are brand new.

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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: 65C
    • 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
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