ToolkitRC M9 600W Multifunction Charger

The ToolkitRC M9 is a multifunction 600W DC charger that can also act as a 65W USB powered charger.
Manufacturer: ToolkitRC
Availability: In stock
£63.99 inc VAT
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Overview:

The ToolkitRC M9 is a small but powerful ~600W charger featuring dual input (USB Type-C / XT60). The charger works at upto 65W output when powered from  PD/QC USB power supply or upto 600W when directly connected to a 7-35V DC power supply (or battery in the field). The M9 pocket can charge 1-8S Lipos as well as other chemistries including NiMh and Lead Acid. The M9 pocket includes a multi angle 0-85 degree screen as well as voice alerts and a customisable welcome screen.

Additional functionality includes a built in watt meter, battery meter, signal output source and signal tester (PWM/PPM, SBUS). The M9 pocket also features Smart battery support for the Mavic2, MavicS, Phantom and Inspire.

Specifications (General):

- Product Size: 108x71x36mm

- Product Weight: 235g

Specifications (Charger):

- Input voltage: 7.0-35.0V @MAX 25A

- Battery type: (Lipo LiHV LiFe Lion LTO) 1-8S / (NiMh) 1-20S (Pb) 1-10S
- Balance current: 1000mA  4.2V
- Charging power: 600W MAX 20A (Depending on Voltage)
- Discharge power: 600W MAX 20A (Depending on Voltage) Recycle mode / 20W 3A(Depending on Voltage) Normal mode
- USB: 65W@5.0-20.0V or Upgrade by USB-A


Specifications (Measurer):

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PWM: 880-2200us @ 20-400Hz

- PPM: 880-2200us * 8CH @ 20-50Hz
- SBUS: 880-2200us * 16CH @ 20-100Hz
- Voltage: 1.0-5.0V @ 1-8S
- Internal Resistance: 0.1 mR-99R @ 1-8S
- ESC: 600W @ 20A

Specifications (Output):
- PWM: 500-2500us @ 20-1000Hz

- PPM: 880-2200us * 8CH @ 20-50Hz
- SBUS: 880-2200us * 16CH @ 20-100Hz
- Power Supply:1.0-35.0V @1.0-20A mode:CC CV
- Overcurrent Response: <5ms

Included:

- ToolkitRC M9 600W multifunction charger

IMPORTANT: Never charge batteries unattended! Constant supervision is required as batteries can be dangerous when mishandled. We recommend charging your batteries inside a protective charging bag.