Reviews for Junsi iCharger 308DUO Lilo/LiPo/Life/NiMH/NiCD DC Battery Charger (8S/30A/1300W) [JUN-308DUO]

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Markus Reschny
Verified Owner
Sunday, Jan 11 2015 (3 months ago)
Junsi iCharger 308DUO Lilo/LiPo/Life/NiMH/NiCD DC Battery Charger (8S/30A/1300W)
Incredible quality. I was sick of all the 100w x2 chargers out there. it was time for a real charger and this thing is amazing. 30 amps and 800watts per side. Rediculous. If you're into RC and are an electric hobbiest, this is the right charger for you. I paired mine with a 1800watt custom made HP power supply.
Jim Leung
Friday, Aug 15 2014 (8 months ago)
Junsi iCharger 308DUO Lilo/LiPo/Life/NiMH/NiCD DC Battery Charger (8S/30A/1300W)
Fantastic charger for all my 12s packs, does 30amps easily on 24volts and balances my Pulse Ultra 5000 mahs batteries accurately. Easy to learn and use, lots of functionality especially with the IR readings for each cell. Storage charges perfectly to 3.8 volts per cell. Highly recommended and great value compared to the other chargers on the market at this price point.
Robert Mayton
Verified Owner
Thursday, Mar 13 2014 (about a year ago)
Junsi iCharger 308DUO Lilo/LiPo/Life/NiMH/NiCD DC Battery Charger (8S/30A/1300W)
Great charger. I am using with a protek 1200watt power supply and it charges and balances very well. The manual is a bit lack luster, but some searches on the popular forums can answer almost any questions you will have. ***Very Important - DO NOT PLUG A BALANCE LEAD INTO THE SMALL PORT ON THE FRONT OF THE CHARGER *** This is a temp sensor port, not a 2s balance port. You will harm the chrger if you plug a balance lead in there.
randall darnell
Saturday, Mar 7 2015 (6 weeks ago)
Junsi iCharger 308DUO Lilo/LiPo/Life/NiMH/NiCD DC Battery Charger (8S/30A/1300W)
one week old and already showing signs of problems. part of the screen goes dim in the lower left side after it gets warm from use. it looks like it's starting to fail already. it needs some work on the menus. first, I'm not a fan of the scroll wheel now that I have tried it. a touch screen whould be fitting to reflect it's high price tag. even buttons would work better than this scroll wheel idea. some of the menu's are confusing to navigate through as you can't figure out which button to confirm a selection such as naming your own battery into the memory. the instructions are very very vague on this subject. they need to come up with "their own" software for computer analyzing and ditch this logview. It's awful!!! half of it is not translated to english and it crashes all the time. Now I'm starting to hear others online and at the local track say their 4010 duo's 1 of the outputs has failed on them. We'll have to wait and see how it works out in a few months if I'd recommend this thing to friends. right now I'd sell it to anyone that would give me $180 for it.