Thank you! Glad you like it. No reason why you couldn't use this to charge an RC LiPo battery, although I haven't tried it. The input voltage for a typical B6 IMax or similar Lipo battery charger is 11-18v, right in the sweet spot of this design. The nice thing with using a Lipo battery is you can put a lot of watts (50, max) into the battery in a short time. Typical USB battery packs will only accept 5 watts charging, and quick charge 3.0 battery packs top out at 18 watts. I like your idea! I'll have to get a Lipo battery and one of these chargers ( http://amzn.to/2jzAoKf ) and try it out! As long as the volts out of the Lipo are between 9 and 24, then any good USB car charger will charge your devices with the battery. Great thought!
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