It is a computerized peak charger. I was totally in love with it when I saw it. It was a super hi-tech charger that charges pretty much ever type of battery there is. Lithium-Polymer, Ni-Cad, Ni-MH, Lithium-Ion, and Lead Acid.
I use an old PC power supply to power it since it only accepts DC input (from car battery). I cut off the battery clamps and soldered some banana plugs in its place.
All this info about converting a PC PSU for DC chargers can be found at <a href=”http://www.rcbatteryclinic.com”>rcbatteryclinic.om</a>. More information can also be found in my “PC PSU Solderless Conversion Guide”.
I had this car battery booster (sort of like a car battery) that was able to power the Triton but I was just not comfortable having something that big, heavy and explosive in my bedroom.
I had to make all the connectors for the various batteries. I’m sure you can buy them from Electrifly. Basically I bought all the stuff from a local electronics store, the banana plugs, 9V clips, battery boxes for AA/AAA’s.
For $150CDN, it’s a bit pricey but it will be last charger you buy since it can charge your RC batteries, AA’s, AAA’s, 9V’s, etc without any fear of overcharging. It also discharges the battery for you.
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