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Q: how much max current it can withstand

Asked by Kulo Sivapatham on 2020-09-07 05:59:43

tedhancock68 Based on Ohm’s Law, about 15 amps at nominal 36 volts. It’s basically heat limited though.

2020-11-01 06:06:49 Helpful (0)
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Q: Can I use this as battery charger?

Asked by gonzalezjosedavid on 2019-08-29 02:45:07

tedhancock68 Constant current essentially is a charger. However, I don't think it has automatic off, so you couldn't leave connected to the batteries for a long period of time.

2020-10-06 04:54:19 Helpful (0)
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Q: Wait, is it momentary or is it latching? Latching is not momentary.

Asked by tedhancock68 on 2020-09-21 08:53:24

The seller Latching type

2020-10-13 01:11:50 Helpful (0)
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Q: Can this be used safely with multi celled lipos?

Asked by Graham on 2020-08-19 08:08:46

tedhancock68 It's important to note that the MOSFET is a cheap fake. The moment I started discharging a 4S battery, the transistor caught fire and released a lot of toxic smoke. When I examined it later, one of the leads just fell out of the casing. It had completely melted inside. BG says they'd send a new one weeks ago and I still haven't seen it. In the meantime I ordered an authentic FET so I can fix it before it tries to burn down my house again.

2020-09-21 01:12:33 Helpful (0)
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