Efficiency and modern technology
SkyRC Q200 is a four-channel charger with four independent circuits that can charge four types of batteries simultaneously. It also supports power distribution in AC mode for maximum charging power. What is more, the user can manually set the terminal voltage and also connect the charger to the PC and fully control it with a dedicated application. The charger can be used as a lithium battery meter and a resistance meter. There is also an automatic limitation of current, temperature and processing time, all these functions make the charger very safe.
The charger has a built-in power supply and universal AC input 100-240 V. The Q200 charger can be used worldwide without an adapter.
Four charging ports
The SkyRC Q200 charger is an extremely intelligent charger that allows you to charge four different batteries simultaneously. In AC mode, on the other hand, it is possible to separate the current. For example, on channel A we can set the power of 70 W, and on channel B the power of 30 W which gives a total power of 100 W.
Cooling and LiHV mode
The charger has built-in cooling so it does not heat up. Additional LiHV mode is able to charge a new generation of LiPo batteries with a final charging voltage of 4.35V.
Control from PC and smartphone
The user has the ability to monitor voltage in packages, individual purposes and many other functions for which I have a graphical preview thanks to the recommended application from SkyRC. Thanks to the specialized application you can also communicate with the charger using your smartphone / tablet and fully control the Q200 charger.
XH x4 adapter
Charging cables x2
Banana charging cables
with XT60 x4
Weight 1335 g
AC input voltage 100-240 V /11-18 V
Max. Charging DC 4x 100 W / AC 100
Max. Discharge 4 x 10 W
Charging current range 0.1-10 A
Discharge current range 0.1-5 A
Current consumption per port max. 200 mA / target
Battery voltage PB 2-20 V
Pulse charging current 50-300 mA & OFF
LiPo/LiFe/Lilon/LiHV number of cells charged 1-6 S
NiMH/NiCd number of cells charged 1-15 S