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    5 New Hitec Chargers!

    Excited to be carrying five new chargers from Hitec!
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    RDX1 Pro AC/DC Battery Charger/Discharger- $69.99
    The RDX1 Pro is a high-performance, microprocessor-controlled charger/discharger with battery management capabilities suitable for most popular battery types. Featuring an integrated six-cell balancer for all Lithium chemistries including the latest high voltage Lithium-Polymer (LiHV) cells, this AC/DC professional-grade unit offers a maximum charge power of 100 watts! Our Charge Master software feature allows convenient, optional control using your own PC. Its slim, inline, tower design with easily-accessible front ports make this handy space saver a must-have in the workshop.

    X2 AC Plus Black Edition AC/DC Multi-Charger - $109.99
    With increased capacity and compatibility, this portable, compact and reliable charging unit affords flexible charging of all battery chemistries whether you are at home or in the field. Its leading-edge power distribution mode allows efficient assignment of output power based on individual battery requirements while the Voice Guide feature makes for easy, user-friendly communication. With a built-in 10-amp power supply, internal balancing circuits and 10 different charge/discharge profiles, the X2 AC Plus Black Edition is an absolute powerhouse. Featuring our “SCAN TO GO” and Smartphone control via Bluetooth, this charger delivers the high performance and convenience that you can always expect from Hitec.

    X2 High-Power AC/DC Multi-Charger/Power Supply - $144.99
    The Hitec X2 High Power has dual inputs which allow for flexible battery charging at home and in the field. Hitec’s innovative power distribution mode lets you efficiently assign output power based on individual battery requirements, as well as the ability to distribute power to a DC output port to power even more devices. Capable of charging all battery chemistries (including the new generation LiHV), this powerhouse has a built-in 250 watt power supply, internal balancing circuits and 10 different charge/discharge profiles. The X2 High Power also features a highly unique and innovative Voice Guide function, helping you program your charger for unmatched performance capability.

    Power Peak E7 AC/DC Charging Station- $164.99
    This high-performance, 200-watt charging / discharging station is designed to efficiently charge all battery chemistries and fits the needs of the most demanding modelers. With 200 watts of power and up to 20 amps of charge current in a single case, the Power Peak® E7 has the ability to quickly charge or discharge your batteries on the move or at home. Its unique BID (Battery Identification) system, easy-to-read graphic screen, convenient USB charge sockets, and temperature & overload protection features make the E7 a powerful and sophisticated unit.

    H4 Plus DC/DC Four-Port Smart Charger -$274.99

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    The last Hitec charger I reviewed was pretty good and it has become my preferred unit at home.

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