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Isdt Q6 Plus vs SC 620
#1
This is the first post as I am torn on which charger to buy.

I have pre ordered the new Isdt Q6 Plus from Banggood for 55. I can buy the 620 for the same price. I really need the 1amp balancing which they both have. My current 20 amp charger is no longer balancing. I don't plan on field charging yet, still getting more comfortable with FPV goggles. I would love a data log to my PC.

Which of the 2 chargers would you recommend? Or is there another charger that you think is better?

Thank you in advance!

PS. The Banggood price for the 620 is only good for another day or two.
250mm Diatone CF Blade w/ PCB, CC3D, DYS 1806 2300kv, & DYS BL20A
411.9 gm w/ 3s 1500 Nanotech & HQ 5040 (Clocked @ 47 mph LOS with GPS)
FPV gear on the slow boat...

#2
Hi Rndmguy06

you mean that one? http://www.banggood.com/ISDT-Q6-Plus-300...972014114R

i have the 620 here and love it after wining the money for the small one i stumplet also on the q6 i think the the q6 is a nice option he is smaller than the 620

   

But give the details a closer look you get for the money more power with the 620

+ 6 amps more loading power
+ 2 amps more disscharge
+ Usb Port!

the only downsights are the size and wight

So when you want useing it on the fild and only need max14 A loadspeed go and get the Q6 (he is so smallllllll Wink)
when you use it @ home go and buy the 620 more power more options
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#3
I have been using the SC620 for about 2 months now, very happy with it Smile
200g weigth different is really negligible if you decide to use it outdoor Smile it fits easily in my backpack.

but of course you will also need a more powerful PSU to power the 500W charger Smile I am using it with my old 110W PSU and I am really not using the charger to its full potential yet.
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#4
Somehow I was not getting email updates when someone replied. Thank you for your prompt answers! I ended up buying the big brother 620. When I received it it had bad flashing on the knob that prevented a button click. Pulled it off and modified it. Works awesome! This charger has replaced my 400 watt hobby King charger.

I have not used it at full capacity yet, only charged micros and small 3s 1500 mah. Using a spare 6s as an input sure is convenient compared to lugging around my 500w PSU!

Finally received my firmware cable and updating went very smoothly. Smile Has anyone been able to data log with the ISDT SCLinker USB cable? Or do we know that is not possible?

Thank you!
250mm Diatone CF Blade w/ PCB, CC3D, DYS 1806 2300kv, & DYS BL20A
411.9 gm w/ 3s 1500 Nanotech & HQ 5040 (Clocked @ 47 mph LOS with GPS)
FPV gear on the slow boat...

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#5
(11-28-2016, 11:09 AM)Kerni_fpv Wrote: Hi Rndmguy06

you mean that one? http://www.banggood.com/ISDT-Q6-Plus-300...972014114R

i have the 620 here and love it after wining the money for the small one i stumplet also on the q6 i think the the q6 is a nice option he is smaller than the 620



But give the details a closer look you get for the money more power with the 620

+ 6 amps more loading power
+ 2 amps more disscharge
+ Usb Port!

the only downsights are the size and wight

So when you want useing it on the fild and only need max14 A loadspeed go and get the Q6 (he is so smallllllll Wink)
when you use it @ home go and buy the 620 more power more options

Kerni, I used the same logic that you pointed out to make my decision. Do you know the wattage of the discharge? I know the amps but not the volts. I guess since I have it now I need to play with it more.
250mm Diatone CF Blade w/ PCB, CC3D, DYS 1806 2300kv, & DYS BL20A
411.9 gm w/ 3s 1500 Nanotech & HQ 5040 (Clocked @ 47 mph LOS with GPS)
FPV gear on the slow boat...

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#6
(01-16-2017, 01:23 PM)RndmGuy06 Wrote: Kerni, I used the same logic that you pointed out to make my decision. Do you know the wattage of the discharge? I know the amps but not the volts. I guess since I have it now I need to play with it more.

not for sure but i will made a test for you later!
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#7
It got 15 watt of discharge power according to Banggood.
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#8
i got around 15W with 1A discharge, but the loader should be handle 5A but yesterday it was to late and i didnt bring that to work..
i will made an other test about in the next day and come back to you!

   

   
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