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szwisechip 800 mA Nimh, Nicd Batteries, 3 ~ 8 cells (3.6V, 4.8V, 6V, 7.2V, 8.4V, 9.6v ) Pack fast Charger for Toy RC (Radio-controlled) Model Cars, Hobby, Boats and Aircraft , Leads in pack B075RC4TTD

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szwisechip 800 mA Nimh, Nicd Batteries, 3 ~ 8 cells (3.6V, 4.8V, 6V, 7.2V, 8.4V, 9.6v ) Pack fast Charger for Toy RC (Radio-controlled) Model Cars, Hobby, Boats and Aircraft , Leads in pack
  • this item is UK plug type, Nickel-cadmium, NiMH batteries pack charger for radio-controlled model cars, boats and aircraft.
  • Support 3-8 series battery pack, In pack leads, most Nimh pack supported
  • Protected against overload and short-circuit, anti-connect protection
  • A charge indicator LED is provided for the charge output, Male tamiya plug, other popular 4 types leads in pack
  • A large current fast charger. After detect a Delta-Peak.
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Product description

szwisechip is professional charger designer over 10 years, our solution for 1, 2, 4, 7 channel charger wildely used by a lot of UK and German company. We also can make large power charger. 200W, 1000 W for example

We have a serious reminder that this charger is not suitable for lithium,Lipo battery and lead-acid (Pb) battery charging!!!
Feature:
1.Dual channel Nickel-cadmium, NiMH batteries pack charger for radio-controlled model cars, boats and aircraft.
2. Support 3-8 series battery pack.
3. Working voltage: 110-240V AC @ 50-60Hz Hz
4. Protected against overload and short-circuit.
5. A charge indicator LED is provided for the charge output.
6. A large 800 mA current charge. After detect a Delta-Peak. Current will shut off.


The charging progress
1. Locate the mains plug attached the Charger and connect it to a mains socket (110~240 V AC @ 50-60 Hz).The red LED should not flash; this indicates that the charger is ready for use.
2. It is essential to check that the polarity of the battery connector and the charge lead connector is correct (see Figs).
3. Connect the discharged NiMH battery pack to the charge lead attached to the charger.
4. The corresponding red LED will now light up to indicate that charging is in progress at that output.
5. When LED lights up green, the battery connected to the output is fully charged.Disconnected the charged battery from the charge output.
6. If the battery is still cool and the calculated charging time is not reached, the battery may have a "false" peak. In this can start charging the battery again."False" peak happen mainly with old or bad NiMH -batteries.
7. Disconnect the Twin charger from the mains socket.