Can anyone point me in the direction of a 3A charger for a 10s4p 30q battery and a 5.5 x 2.1 port?
I’m looking for something like this, but with fast shipping.
36V Ebike Battery Charger Output 42V 3A for DC5.5 x 2.1 x 11mm Connector
Fast shipping to Tanzania?
PSA: do not buy
These are steaming piles of shit that, at best, will quit working after a couple months, and, at worst, will burn your shit down.
by far the best 10S chargers if your battery can take a 4A charge.
Our 36V 4 Amp FAST Lithium Charger for Slim Batteries ONLY will charge your Metroboard Electric Skateboard in just 1 hours for our 10 mile slim pack, 1.5 hours for our 15 mile slim pack, and 2 hours for our 20 mile slim pack. Get a spare charge to...
Price: USD 75.00
@onloop @CarlCollins ) used to also sell them, but they no longer do.
Your profile is missing your country, so we automatically assume Tanzania or Antarctica
Anything a bit cheaper? I can’t afford more than $50 right now and need to charge my board
You can get the cheap one and risk burning your house down or having an expensive paperweight.
Evolve used to sell a 2A version that is equally as good, and slightly cheaper, but they don’t carry it any longer. Metroboard has a 2A one but it isn’t the really good one.
$50 can’t get me a good reliable charger?
The 2A version of that charger is what you want, but I don’t know anyone who sells it anymore. Mine isn’t for sale.
Look for a used Evolve slow charger.
Yeah I’d rather 2A or 3A - I don’t need super fast charging and would rather try to prolong my battery for as long as I can
I’ve been looking for a 2A reliable 10S charger for about a year and haven’t found any other one. The
Those ones I mentioned don’t float either. They disconnect after full charge and don’t keep 42.0V applied.
Wouldn’t disconnecting after full charge be good? So you don’t keep charging it back to 100% constantly?
Sometimes if you’re way out of balance on a very large P-count pack you might want it to stay connected. Most of the time it’s better to disconnect.
You can plug a voltage gauge into the charger and watch what it does
Some just go straight to 42.0V, some turn on and off and on and off until you plug into a battery, then they start charging. Those are the better ones.
Here’s the model number for said enertion charger above,a simple google search brings up plenty of results,you can get one off Alibaba for $40,just make sure you set it to the correct v for your country before you use it!
Would this work?
36V 2A Battery Charger Output 42V 2A Charger Input 100-240 VAC Lithium Li-ion Li-Poly Charger for 10Series 36V Electric Bike
I’m not asking if it’s a bad charger, just if it’s the right voltage and everything for a 10s4p
That’s the same shitty china one with a different label on it.
Are you saying that the label claims are just lies and it’s not the voltage or amperage it says it is?