From looking at the specs, it looks like not only can that charger handle a 10s5p pack, but it can actually do much more. At 15A of charging, that could be 3A per cell if you use the highest power setting. Most Li-ion 18650 cells are rated for a max of 1-1.5A charging per cell. So just make sure you don't charge your pack with too high of a current setting. I'd personally stick to 5A max, so each cell group gets 1A per cell.
Thanks Micah, I guess I would need to make sure I don't starve it then on the input side. Looking at the Spec-Sheet for my cells:
Standard Charge: 1.0A
Rapid Charge: 4.4A with Tolerance
1.0 would be sufficient for my needs.
Using Revolectrix calculator, charging my 10s pack to 80% at 2A would need a min of 12v pushing 9A to feed the charger.
Sorry rais8ng an old thread! But once into nearly $200, $300 will get a much more useful charger, capable of charging 24-60v packs. i have a 4808 and 7205 in use. Another new unused 7205 for sale, list price free shipping USA. Free shipping on ANY ebike.ca accessory. Does not apply to batteries or kits. Can do bare motors!
Model Name 2415 4808 7205
Max Voltage 36V 63V 103V
Max Current 15A* 8A* I5A*
Typical Batteries 12-24V 24V-52V 36V-84V
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