Turnigy Accucell 6 Charger Review

by rctestbench | January 6, 2013 | (5) Posted in Reviews

Unboxing, Review and Using the Turnigy Accucell 6 Lipo, Li ion, NimH, Nicad Charger

inexpensive little charger with lots of features.

I go over whats included, features, initial set up, Charging a Lipo, and Charging a Nicad with the  Optional Temp Sensor prob attached.

Great Little charger for the money.

Microprocessor controlled
Delta-peak sensitivity (NiMH/NiCd)
Individual cell balancing
Li-ion, LiPo and LiFe capable
Ni-Cd and NiMH capable
Large range of charge currents
Store function, allows safe storage current
Time limit function
Input voltage monitoring. (Protects car batteries at the field)
Data storage (Store up to 5 packs in memory)
Battery break in and cycling.
Input Voltage: 11~17v
Circuit power: Max Charge: 50W / Max Discharge: 5W
Charge Current Range: .1~6.0A
Ni-MH/NiCd cells: 1~15
Li-ion/Poly cells: 1~6
Pb battery voltage: 2~20v
Weight: 355g
This charger has a JST-XH charge plug, which makes it compatible with Zippy, HXT, TURNIGY and any pack with a JST-XH adapter.
Note: Power supply not included.


Juandre on January 7, 2013
I have one of those, the best I have ever seen for the price range, can do just about anything the normal rc hobbyist desires. Good review.
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Cyberdactyl on January 6, 2013

A MAJOR bit of advice for those new to charging with this charger and similar.

NEVER unplug the banana leads to the battery that are connected to the charger first. The banana plugs have exposed leads. It very easy to accidentally touch them´╗┐ together.

ALWAYS disconnect the XT60 male and female from the battery first.

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Benn Gunn on January 7, 2013
good informative review.... unlike the manual
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hunterradiocontrol on January 1, 2014
what is the power source for this battery charga?? please help

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Turnigy Accucell 6 Charger Review