Enova newest S8000 and S4000 Pro 4 slots battery charger & analyzer have been released.
It has the real-time and accurate measurement function of current, voltage and capacity that hobbyist expect.
It has the function that many hobbyist expect, the current and voltage can be set. It can charge 4 x 2A(S8000), 4 x 1A(S4000 Pro) charge current and 4 x 1A discharge current at the same time. The charger is highly efficient, internal heating is very low during charging.
Due to our unique hardware and software design scheme, it has high control accuracy. Its charging curve is close to perfect.
It has 8 touch buttons, the real-time and sensitivity of all button feedback are comparable to physical buttons.
It has chosen two 3010 fluid bearing low noise fan for discharge, and discharge with linear current, stable and accurate.
It can charge 21700 button tops and 4*26650 batteries.
It has two UI modes, NORMAL and PROFESSIONAL. Both professional mode and normal modecan be conveniently programmed through QUICK operation, COPY operations, and RESET DEFAULT PROGRAMS operation. In normal mode, the 0-9 programs set in the professional mode can be accessed.
Currently, chargers are suitable for Ni-Mh, Ni-Cd, LifePo4, Liion4.20, Liion4.30, Liion4.35 batteries. Capable of charging the cell to any voltage(<5V) at any current(<2A).
Firmware updates are possible, but currently, we have only tested them on the Windows.
Curious what battery sizes fit, and whether power delivery is through usb-c.
Its main body can charge 700 botton top battery with protective plate, and can charge 4 x 26* batteries at the same time.
The current offering consists of a traditional desktop power supply. In the future, we will introduce a PD usb-c for users to choose from.
MC3000 is a very very good charger, and Gyrfalcon S8000 is equally good.
The review has started. HKJ is now taking a break. If there are other professional and objective reviewers, please recommend them to us.
Enova Gyrfalcon S8000 has two UI mode, NORMAL and PROFESSIONAL.
The normal mode is designed to reduce the number of user buttons and reduce the complexity of operations.
In normal mode, the 0-9 program set in professional mode can be called through shortcut operations, or the default program can be directly enabled. In addition, if the user needs to set up a temporary program separately, the setting menu is clear and the operation logic is not complicated. For example, charging only requires three steps (battery type, charge rate, end voltage), and cycle only requires five steps (battery type, charge rate, discharge rate, cycle mode, cycle counts).
Currently, chargers are suitable for Ni-Mh, Ni-Cd, LifePo4, Liion4.20, Liion4.30, Liion4.35 batteries.
For other types of batteries, as long as the charging voltage does not exceed 5V, the firmware can be upgraded, and corresponding charging algorithms can be added in the future to complete the adaptation.
There are two small fans used during discharge, and their speed is adjusted based on the total discharge power.
I wonder how the S8000 stacks up next to the Vapcell S4 Plus.
4 x 2A is not bad.
Although the S4 Plus can do 4 x 3A, you have to press a lot of buttons to do that, so I usually charge at 4 x 2A (or whatever the S4 Plus chooses to charge at.)