With each charging channel programmed and operating independently, T200 allows you to charge two batteries simultaneously, and it will intelligently and automatically charge the packs at once to their maximum capacity. To top of it, the cells being charged do not even necessarily have the same configuration or be of the same chemical type.
The juice box comes with the charging algorithm for the most common battery chemistries: LiPo, Li-Ion, LiHV, LiFe, NiMH, NiCD, and Pb (lead acid). With the almost de facto standard of XT60* interface, plugging prevents reverse polarity and ensures super-solid connection.
AGM(Absorbent Glass Mat) battery is maintenance free, provides good electrical reliability and is lighter than the flooded lead acid type. However, AGM batteries are far more different than lead-acid batteries. Although both of them have the same essential components, they have different chemical structures that make them a lot different from each other. Never take the risk of charging AGM batteries with a regular charger in the normal Pb mode.
SkyRC T200 features the so-called AUTO function that sets the feeding current during the process of charging or discharging. Especially for lithium batteries, it can prevent the overcharging which may lead to an explosion due to the user's fault. It can disconnect the circuit automatically and alarm once detecting any malfunction. All the programs of this product were controlled through two-way linkage and communication, to achieve the maximum safety and minimize the trouble. All the settings can be configured by users!
The five-button panel and the brightly backlit LCD screen making the charging a breeze even for beginners. The charging programs with the same logic as many other chargers by SkyRC, so it will be familiar to many users. But even if T200 is your first programmable charger, you’ll find it easy to learn. Users just scroll through parameters, use up/down keys to adjust values, then click a key to enter. After one run through the manual, you’ll have it down.
With the universal-voltage input circuit, you don't need hassle finding a voltage converter between 110V and 220V while traveling around!