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Ballistic Performance EVO2 Battery Management System Professional Intelligent Digital Balance Charger
Operating Voltage Range: DC 11~18 V / AC to DC adaptor (DC 11~18V/5S)
Circuit Power: Max. charge power 50W / Max. discharge power 5W
Charge current range: 0.1~5.0A
Discharge current range: 0.1~1.0A
Current drain for balancing Li-po: 300mAh/cell
NiCd/NiMH battery cell count: 1~15 cell
li-ion/Polymer cell count: 1~6 series
Pb Battery Voltage: 2V~20V
Weight: 277g (Net Weight)
The Ballistic Performance Components EVO2 Battery Management System Balance Charger is the only charger on the market designed specifically to work with the Ballistic Performance Components EVO2 battery. The primary advantage to the Ballistic Performance Components BMS Balance Charger is the balance charging function. The Balance mode balances the voltage of each cell or cell pack while charging. By balance charging your Ballistic Performance Components Battery you insure that the battery is operating at its maximum power. Periodic balance charging can also double the expected life of your battery. This charger is not required to operate your EVO2 Battery, but it is highly recommended.
The only charger made to work with the EVO2 Battery Management System
Plugs directly into the batteries BMS port
Able to balance charge all the cells individually for max power and durability
Can double the expected life of the EVO2 battery
Has Charge, Fast Charge, Balance Charge, and Storage Charge Functions
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Jim M:The charger charges in groups of 4 and will give you a balanced charge. You can charge with a normal motorcycle charger also but I feel better using this charger. Here is a video from Ballistic charging a 12 cell battery.(I think it's the one you are looking at for your bike)
bALLISTIC HAS A VIDEO SHOWING HOW to use charger. They use a 12 cell EVO2 as a demo. I'd send the link but am prohibited in doing so by Zilla. Just search " Ballistic battery charger instructions" on you tube and it will pop right up..
I have a 6 cell on a riceburner and love it. My FZ1 with accessories has a big draw. The EVO2 battery has no problem with my heavy draw.
It will be smaller and lighter than your standard battery. Use foam from packaging to secure it in your battery well.
No worries, the battery and charger are great. Drive fast don't get caught.
LEROY B:I have found that the ballistic performance battery management charger to be an indespensible tool in charging my 16 cell 100-014 battery. I use it constantly to charge and maintain the battery in my 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa. As this bike is located in South America, and I go there from New York every five weeks, I use the balance charge feature to keep my battery performing in peak condition. Best battery system I have ever used on my bike. Hope this helps.Dec 22, 2013
Ryan R:I remember the instructions saying something about it being able to work on all Evo 2 systems. Do yourself a favor and call Ballistic directly before ordering to be absolutely sure. They are super nice guys and very knowledgable. It's the smarter play to be sure you have what you need. I love mine for both my 200cc and 1000cc bikes.Dec 21, 2013
Kyle K:I think it can handle your 12 cell... Read the description again it says 1-15 cell I believe and also the Ballistic staff or there website is very helpful! Hope I helped a little!! Happy Holidays!!Dec 21, 2013
Actually it says 1-6 cells LiPo which is what a ballistic is, the 1-15 cell is for NiMH or Nicad. so my question stands how does this work for 12 cell, or are the cells wired in series as two 6 cell packs?
Dec 25, 2013