Originally Posted by nam6869usmc
Bought my Son a Blade 400 awhile back and the inal battery would not charge. Went back to the store and he had another one from the back room not new, this one runs only a few minutes if that and the B400 falls to the ground. My Son bought a new charger last night a> Dynamite Passport AC/DC Lipo 6S, my question is, when he started the charge the Balancing Cell1 & Cell2 lights started blinking and never stopped so he just unplugged it, does this mean that Cell1 & Cell2 won't charge or those two cells can't balance
I just bought a Cellpro Pro 8 charger. Many $$$$$, but but the "8" individually charges each cell to the proper maximum voltage. Also believe the other Cellpro lines charge the battery in the same manner.
As for my Pro 8, the voltage on each cell can be monitored during the charge process directly on the LCD display. I'm using it to charge my 12S2P A123 pack as a 6S4P, with a charging rate for all 4 cells in parallel of 20 amperes. Power to run the Cellpro unit is a pair of 120 Ampere Hour Deep cycle batteries in parallel.