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Smart Charger (6A Max) for 3.2V LiFePO4 Battery Pack, 100-240VAC, CE listed

Option 1: Alligator Clips - Discontinued
Your Price: $32.50
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Product ID # 5236
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5 to 20$31.52
21 to 50$30.87
51 to 100$30.22
101 or more$29.25


  • Smart charger designed to charge 3.2V LiFePO4 battery pack
  • CCCV charging mode, and power off when battery voltage reaches 3.65V
  • Stabilized output, low ripple
  • Charge time = (Ah rate of the pack x 1.41) / 6.0A charge current
Input Voltage 100- 240VAC, 50/60 Hz
Input Power 22W Max
Output Voltage 3.65 ± 0.05 VDC
Charging current 6.0A
Battery Capacity to use ≥ 6000 mAh
Protection Short Circuit / Over-voltage / Output-reversed Protection
LED Indicator
  • Red LED = charging
  • Green LED = fully charged 
Dimension(LxWxH) 120mm(4.7") x 60mm(2.4") x 38mm(1.5") 
Weight 14.8 Oz (420 grams)    
CE Listed 

Connector Options

  • Option 2: Alligator Clips -  (Discontinued)
    • Red = positive (+)
    • Black = negative (-)

Please download the Specification here


  • Charge 3.2V LiFePO4 rechargeable battery ≥ 6000mAh only   
  • Do not expose the product to rain or humidity to prevent from electric shock 
  • It is normal if the product gets slightly hot while in use  
  • Keep the product out of the reach of children   
  • Do not open the charger and touch any part of the product to prevent from electric shock
  • California residents: Warning: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - See Prop 65 Warnings

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Product Reviews

(4 Ratings, 3 Reviews) Average Rating:
Better than any CV power supply I've found
Scott Little (Austin, TX) 4/27/2017 3:59 PM
Contrary to what a previous reviewer says, I found that this charger maintained 6A into the cell through 3.4 volts, which is most of the charge. That's quite a bit better than the typical CV power supply set to 3.65V. They usually start drooping around 3.2 volts. I am charging 100Ah Thundersky cells....which have low internal impedance of 0.0015 ohms, typically. That could make a difference.
Does not maintain constant current during charging.
Mark Owen (Bellingham, WA) 9/17/2014 9:42 PM
Requires over 4 hours to charge an 8AH Headyway 38120HP cell from a 20% initial SOC. Does not maintain a constant current during the charge, rather it starts at 6A then rapidly decays to 5A within the first 90 seconds as the cell voltage rises to about 3V then continues to progressively decay throughout the charge until 3.4V then drops off rapidly, as it should, to maintain the cutoff voltage at 3.65V.
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velopsych1 (Seattle, WA) 6/27/2012 3:40 PM
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