These are our new 36 volt scooter battery chargers, they are 1.7 uh amps right and they output 42 volts, which is the upper range of a 10s lithium ion battery. These are good quality. They don't have fans, they don't make any noise, they just remove their heat via radiation and they have this connector, which seems to be pretty standard for any brand of scooters right. So you connect the wire there's different wires for the ac output.

This is the one for north america in the u.s, mexico and canada, but they are different ones that are available for other markets, including asia and europe, and the same unit will be able to accept the different input ac power right now. This is how they come right and you can charge a few of the batteries that we offer on our website, using this connector directly into them, but also they are available in other versions. This one, for example, has an xd 90 connector, which is a very popular connector used on all kinds of different batteries. As long as it's a 10 s battery, this charger will be able to charge your battery using this connector.

Here's another version that has an xt60, which is a slightly smaller version of that connector and then here finally xdxt30, which is even smaller and the reason we offer all of these is because different batteries have the these types of connectors right, uh. Here's a giant battery that i am building right. It's got 26 of these batteries that have this tiny uh, xc30 connector. You can use a single the xt90 connector and connect it here and then you can charge this entire battery with a single one charger.

It'll. Just take a long time because it charges at 1.7 to 2, amps and it'll take a long time, because it's a huge battery four kilowatt hour battery right. Here's the other thing that we're doing, because we were able to source a bunch of these like, like a lot of them, um we're trying to figure different ways to using them, including what? If you wanted to charge a big battery right, then you could put a bunch of these together in this sort of configuration here. I am experimenting on how to use multiple of these chargers together.

Now these are isolated, and so they can do this fine uh. The only problem here is that they get hot because they radiate heat, and so i'm trying and experimenting how to do this, maybe putting some uh putting some space in between them and then maybe putting a fan here, or maybe another fan here or maybe put them On the side - and then i'm also looking for a box that we can enclose this whole thing and then we can make those run. They run like this, but they do get hot and once they get hot, they do shut down. So it's pretty safe for these chargers to use so keep an eye out for this project in the future right.

So these are very versatile uh and they come in all these different versions and you can get them at We'll see you guys in the next video bye.

8 thoughts on “10s scooter 36v Chargers”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Tim Campbell says:

    Is this 10s battery charger a constant-current constant-voltage li-ion charger? I bought one and the label indicates it’s a power adapter and doesn’t indicate the battery chemistry or charge cycle.

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars John Hlaj says:

    If you're sourcing them from a manufacturer, could you not have them manufacture the power in be male XT90 input and out as XT90 connectors? You then just need to make rail PCBs like a T on top with a male and female at each side to connect as many as you want together. If you need a cable it's as simple as making a pigtail with XT90 on one end and whatever you want on the other. Then just some 90 degree screw down blocks on a strip would keep the whole assembly sturdy. I'd probably buy one like this knowing that I can use it with anything just by changing pigtails.

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars plojm123 says:

    I have put multiple of these in parrelel also before to charge my batteries but has anyone run these in series. I have done 2 before but really wanna do a big 126v battery for my super ebike

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Rud Dog says:

    Ready to order a 54.6 Li-ion pack do you have any with BMS internal need one for my E-bike sitting in the garage collecting dust. How much if you don't have one to build me one? I don't need it to fit the old insert plug on the bike will attach it to the back fender saddle clamp. Believe the old pack had this on it 11.6Ah. Hell might need two of them/

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Steve Allen says:

    I am thinking about getting a B230 to add to my AC200P, I don't want a noisy Bluetti charger. The charger I have for my AC200P has no fan, so is quiet. If I get the B230 then I would replace the noisy Bluetti charger with a quiet charger. I should have bought into the EcoFlow Delta Max, am thinking about going with the Delta Max and using the AC200P in a different location.

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars True Tech says:

    Place the power supply bank into a sealed tank of mineral oil to run cool with no heavy heavy fuel.
    It's inherently practical, and probably alot nicer to work with rather than with fans or sebaceous oils.

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Steve Wilson says:

    Hey Jehu, thank you for recognizing difficulties and creating solutions and making them available to us! I sometimes just don’t have time to DIY and address everything. But…. I have this Jehu solution guy! Thanks.

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jose Arrasola says:

    Hello sir , I hope all is well ! Those look very nice and sweet ! Sir I’ve been sending email out in the site and I can’t get the answer I need and I tryed looking back at all the videos for answers and also turn to FB and no one have the answer?

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