Radium Performance

Love these write ups. Thanks for sharing

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No probs. Glad people are enjoying them :call_me_hand:

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Interesting - this almost looks like a modified DKP construction with the upper section fixed. Good thinking using regular bushings!

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Really cool idea on the suspension. The enclosure being connected to the board is exactly like the SRB v4 which I love! I really want to try that suspension system at a race…

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Very nice!

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New high performance charger with OLED display.

These use resonant LLC technology to achieve a high power density. With only 1kg weight they are awesome for bringing with you on longer rides to charge fast and keep going.

Initial options we have are 12S 12A, and 18S 8A (for 240V input).

For 120V the power is a bit less due to efficiency loss with lower input voltage.

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Size comparison to the same power output Yewy charger:


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If I am reading the label correctly, it’s 9A output for the 12S model when using 120VAC input?

Yeah and 6A for 18S with 120V input. In future I’ll see what can be done to boost the 120V performance

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Yea, the conversion efficiencies can be tough to increase any further without spending a lot more on the components. Great to see a smaller case size charger option for the community though!

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Any plans for a 16s version by any chance?

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I don’t do preorders out of principal, but I’m excited to pick this up when it’s in stock! :slight_smile:
Shame the current isn’t adjustable though, I have some boards with small batteries that can’t handle 12A.

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Sounds very much like a you problem :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:

I agree tho. Variable chargers are cool

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Any idea when your motors will be back in stock? Looking at the higher kv ones

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Did you see this Lindog?

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I didn’t, thanks!

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You’re welcome and i love you

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Otherwise will be doing pre-orders for the most updated version in 1-2 weeks :wink:

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Oooo, i’m in!

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That can be arranged but possibly not for a little while. I will be interested to see what are the most common voltages people are using now days

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