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  • EEVblog #397 – Turnigy Accucell 6 Charger Teardown

    Posted on December 12th, 2012 EEVblog 6 comments


    Inside the Turnigy Accucell 6 Lithium Ion/Polymer/Iron Phosphate 6A Battery Charger.
    And a look at the JBC CD-2BB series soldering iron

    Schematic is HERE
    MOSFETs:
    MT8103A
    FDS6680

    Forum Topic HERE

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    6 responses to “EEVblog #397 – Turnigy Accucell 6 Charger Teardown” RSS icon

    • So when’s the Turnigy Accucel 6 repair video? :)

    • Hey, Dave, for the best repair, look at these video series :

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WqDqu4wCW-A&feature=relmfu

      Absolutely amazing !!

      You say that it’s a programmable discharge tool, but in fact, it could nearly replace your planned USB power supply as well :))

    • There’s also an 8 cell version for $40 that is rated at 5A discharge.

    • Hi.
      The best I could find was $47 for a 6 cell version. Where is the $23 and $40 versions from?

    • This is just a good example how little engineering can stretch so far and create something really nice. Thanks Dave, this was very informative.

    • It looks like there’s a common problem with the complementary pair of fets on either side of the stud on the lower left corner of the display. My imax B6 (same as accucel) has blown the n-channel and I see a lot of images on the internet with a blown p-channel. I’m guessing it’s shoot through.

      Anyone have any ideas how to fix it?

      Just a guess but do pin 13 and 14 on the AVR need pullups/pulldowns to keep them in a defined state on startup? My guess is that when they’re high impedance they could both be turning on at the same time from random noise.

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