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XLR Power adapter charger for 37v lithium battery

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  1. fyaajster

    fyaajster

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    Apr 13, 2021
    My lithium battery spec: 37v ==5200mAH ==192.4WH
    Brick spec: AC/DC charger Input:AC100-240v 50/60Hz 1.5Max
    Output: 42.0V 1.5A 63.OW
    The item above is the original.
    XH-M600 spec:
    Control voltage: DC 6-60V
    Control current: max30A

    Here is my question?
    My 42v xlr brick will charge the lithium battery and hover board without issue when direct connection is made.
    The issue I am having is when I connect this 30A battery control module and I don't get the red light charging like the direct connection. When I check with a multimeter I get 52.2 voltage on the XH-M600 module input and output but no light is displaying even with the battery is connected. When I use a 24v brick charger same connection to the XH-M600 and connect to my 18v lithium battery everything light up and charge. The reason I use this XH-M600 is to cut off the battery charging when it reach full or low percentage and it kick in. I am a rookie and learning electronic.
    1st photo is the XH-M600 (got it from Amazon https://www.amazon.com/XH-M600-Digi...ds=xh-m600&qid=1618336018&s=industrial&sr=1-3)
    2nd photo is the direct connection to the battery and it work.
     

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