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LiFe STORAGE
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
LiFe DISCHARGE
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
LiFe
BALANCE
LiIo
2.0A BALANCE
19.8V(6S)
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
LiFe BALANCE
NiMH CHARGE
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
CURRENTLiFe CHARGE
2.0A
LiIo
2.0A CHARGE
19.8V(6S)
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
LiFe CHARGE
NiMH Auto
CHARGE
Instruction Manual | Bedienungsanleitung | Manuel d’utilisation | Manuale di Istruzioni
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
CURRENT
2.0A
LiFe FAST
FAST CHG
CHG
PROGRAM
SELECT
LiIo
PROGRAMLiFe
SELECT
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
BATT
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
LiIo
BATT
LiFe
FAST
CHG
NiMH
DISCHARGE
PROGRAM
SELECT
PROGRAM
SELECT

Never
attempt
to
charge
a
battery
pack
containing
different
types
of
batteries.
NOTICE
Not to scale.
Programming quick
Guide
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
0.1A
CUT:1.0V
NiMH BATT
LiFe
BATT
LiFe
STORAGE
• Never allow children under 14 years of age to charge battery packs.
LiIo
All instructions, warranties and other collateral documents are subject to change
Not
all
wiring
shown.
Press
the
Mode
key
(G)
to
get to the 9 main menus from any submenu screen.
2.0A STORAGE
19.8V(6S)
• Never charge batteries in extremely hot or cold places or place in direct sunlight.
NiMH RE-PEAK
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
LiFe
STORAGE
at the sole discretion of Horizon Hobby, Inc. For up-to-date product literature, visit
Not all connectors shown.
Press the Jog Dial (H) to get to the submenus2.0A
for adjusting operating
parameters, to save value changes or to start chosen battery charging actions.2
• Never charge a battery if the cable has been pinched or shorted.
19.8V(6S)
LiFe
DISCHARGE
LiIo
horizonhobby.com and click on the support tab for this product.
Rotate the Jog Dial (H) to change between submenu screens or to change screen values.
• Never connect the charger if the power cable has been pinched or shorted.
2.0A DISCHARGE
19.8V(6S)
NiMH CYCLE
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
LiFe DISCHARGE

Never
connect
the
charger
to
an
automobile
12V
battery
while
the
vehicle
Meaning of Special Language
DCHG>CHG
1
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
NiMH CHARGE
LiFe BALANCE
LiIo
is running.
LiPo BALANCE
BALANCE
The following terms are used throughout the product literature to indicate various
CURRENT
2.0A
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
• Never attempt to dismantle the charger or use a damaged charger.
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
LiIo BALANCE
NiCd CHARGE
levels of potential harm when operating this product:
LITHIUM BATTEries (Li-Fe)
Lithium Batteries (li-Ion)
• Never attach your charger to both an AC and a DC power source at the same time.
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
CURRENT
2.0A
LiFe CHARGE
NiMH Auto
CHARGE
LiIo
CHARGE
LiPo CHARGE
NOTICE: Procedures, which if not properly followed, create a possibility of physical
• Never connect the input jack (DC input) to AC power.
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
CURRENT2.0A
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
NiCd Auto
CHARGE
LiIo CHARGE
property damage AND a little or no possibility of injury.
• Always use only rechargeable batteries designed for use with this type of charger.
CURRENT
2.0A
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
LiFe
FAST
CHG
NiMH
DISCHARGE
PROGRAM
SELECT
LiIo
FAST
CHG
PROGRAM
SELECT
PROGRAM
SELECT
• Always inspect the battery before charging.
LiPo
FAST
CHG
PROGRAM
SELECT
CAUTION: Procedures, which if not properly followed, create the probability of
NiMH
CHARGE
LiFe
BALANCE
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
0.1A
CUT:1.0V
NiMH
BATT
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
LiIo BATT
BATT
LiFe BATT

Always
keep
the
battery
away
from
any
material
that
could
be
affected
by
heat.
PROGRAM
SELECT
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
NiCd
DISCHARGE
LiPo
LiIo
FAST
CHG
PROGRAM
SELECT
physical property damage AND a possibility of serious injury.
2.0A BALANCE
19.8V(6S)
CURRENT
2.0A
NiMH
CHARGE
LiFe
0.1A
CUT:STORAGE
1.0V
NiMH RE-PEAK
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
LiIo BATT
LiFe STORAGE
• Always monitor the charging area and have a fire extinguisher available at all times.
LiIo
2.0A
19.8V(6S) NiCd BATT
CURRENT
2.0A
LiPo
STORAGE
WARNING: Procedures, which if not properly followed, create the probability of
2
NiMH
Auto
CHARGE
LiFe
CHARGE
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
• Always end the charging process if the battery becomes hot to the touch or starts
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
NiCd
RE-PEAK
LiIo STORAGE
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
CURRENT
2.0A
property damage, collateral damage, and serious injury OR create a high probability
NiMH Auto2 CHARGE
LiFe
CHARGE
to change form (swell) during the charge process.
NiMH CYCLE
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
LiFe DISCHARGE
LiIo
DISCHARGE
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
CURRENT
2.0A
of superficial injury.
LiPo
DISCHARGE
• Always connect the charge cable to the charger first, then connect the battery to
DCHG>CHG
1
LiFe
FAST CHG
NiMH DISCHARGE
PROGRAM SELECT
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
PROGRAM SELECTLiIo
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
NiCd
CYCLE
DISCHARGE
avoid
short
circuit
between
the
charge
leads.
Reverse
the
sequence
when
2.0A FAST
19.8V(6S)
0.1A DISCHARGE
CUT:1.0V
BATT
BATT
LiFe
CHG
NiMH
PROGRAMNiMH
SELECT
PROGRAMLiFe
SELECT
WARNING: Read the ENTIRE instruction manual to become familiar with the
DCHG>CHG
1
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
disconnecting.
LiIo BALANCE
NiCd CHARGE
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
0.1A
CUT:1.0V
NiMH BATT
LiPo
BALANCE
LiFe BATT
features of the product before operating. Failure to operate the product
NiMH
RE-PEAK
LiFe
STORAGE
[BATT
MEMORY
1]
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
CURRENT2.0A ENTER
2.0A
• Always connect the positive red leads (+) and negative black leads (–) correctly.
22.2V(6S)
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
SET ->2
Pb
CHARGE
NiMH
RE-PEAK
correctly can result in damage to the product, personal property and cause
LiPo
BALANCE
LiFe
STORAGE
• Always disconnect the battery after charging, and let the charger cool between
2.0A
2.0V
(1P)
2
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
NiCd Auto
CHARGE
LiIo CHARGE
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
LiPo
CHARGE
serious injury.
PROGRAM SELECT
NiMH
CYCLE
TYPE
LiFe
DISCHARGE
Lithium Batteries (Li-Po)
charges.
CURRENTBATT
2.0A
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
2.0A
22.2V(6S)1
Pb
BATT
DCHG>CHG
This is a sophisticated hobby product. It must be operated with caution and common • Always charge in a well-ventilated area.
LiPo
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
NiMH
CYCLE
Pb
DISCHARGE
LiPo CHARGE
LiFe DISCHARGE
DCHG>CHG
1
PROGRAMPROGRAM
SELECT SELECT2.0A
2.0VFAST
(1P) CHG
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
NiCd DISCHARGE
LiIo FAST
CHG 19.8V(6S)
2.0A
PROGRAM SELECT
LiPo
sense and requires some basic mechanical ability. Failure to operate this Product
• Always terminate all processes and contact Horizon Hobby if the product
NiCd BATT
LiIo
BALANCE
0.1A BATT
CUT:VOLTS
1.0V
NiCd
CHARGE
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
LiIo
BATT
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
LiPo
BATT
in a safe and responsible manner could result in injury or damage to the product or
malfunctions.
7.4V(2S)
LiPo FAST
CHG
PROGRAM SELECT
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
CURRENT
2.0A
Battery Memory
LiIo
BALANCE
NiCd CHARGE
Rest
other property. This product is not intended for use by children without direct adult
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
NiCd Time
RE-PEAK
LiIo STORAGE
LiPo BATT
LiPo
STORAGE
WARNING: Never leave charger unattended, exceed maximum charge rate,
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
CURRENT
2.0A
CHG>DCHG
10min
CHARGE
CURRENT
NiCd Auto
LiIo
CHARGE
2 CHARGE
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
supervision. Do not attempt disassembly, use with incompatible components or
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
charge with non-approved batteries or charge batteries in the wrong mode.
2.2A
LiPo STORAGE
CURRENT
2.0A
2.0A CHARGE
21.6V(6S)
NiCd
Auto
CHARGE
LiIo
SAFETY
TIMER
augment product in any way without the approval of Horizon Hobby, Inc. This manual
Failure to comply may result in excessive heat, fire and serious injury.
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
NiCd CYCLE
LiIo DISCHARGE
LiPo
DISCHARGE
CURRENT
2.0A
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
ON
120min
PROGRAM
SELECT
DSCH
CURRENT
contains instructions for safety, operation and maintenance. It is essential to read
PROGRAM
SELECT
NiCd
DISCHARGE
LiIo
FAST
CHG
DCHG>CHG
1
21.6V(6S)
PROGRAM SELECT2.0A
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
BATT MEMORY
LiPo DISCHARGE
BATT
0.1A
CUT: 1.0A
1.0V
CAUTION: Always ensure the battery you are charging meets the
2.0A FAST
21.6V(6S)
and follow all the instructions and warnings in the manual, prior to assembly, setup
BATT
PROGRAMNiCd
SELECT
NiCd
DISCHARGE
LiIo
CHG
Capacity
Cut-Off
PROGRAMLiIo
SELECT
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
NiCd BATT
Pb CHARGE
0.1A
CUT: 1]
1.0V
specifications of this charger and that the charger settings are correct. Not
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
LiPo BALANCE
ON
5000mAh
[BATT
MEMORY
LiIo BATT
or use, in order to operate correctly and avoid damage or serious injury.
DSCH
VOLTAGE
NiCd
RE-PEAK
LiIo
STORAGE
When Using an External AC Power Source:
Getting Started
2.0A
2.0VENTER
(1P)
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
SET ->2
doing so can result in excessive heat and other related product malfunctions,
3.0V/CELL
PROGRAM
SELECT
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
[BATT
MEMORY
1]
LiIo STORAGE
Key BeepNiCd RE-PEAK
ON
1. Connect the AC power cord to the charger AC power input port.
Age Recommendation: Not for children under 14 years. This is not a toy.
Pb BATT
which can lead to user injury or property damage. Please contact Horizon
CAUTION: Never connect the AC and DC input cords to an active power
SET ->
Pb DISCHARGE
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
LiPo ENTER
CHARGE
Buzzer
ONRISK! 2
BATT
TYPE
TVC=YOUR
2. Connect the AC power cord to the AC power source.
NiCd
CYCLE
LiFe BALANCE
NiMH
CHARGE
LiIo
DISCHARGE
Hobby or an authorized retailer with compatibility questions.
Safety Precautions and Warnings
source at the same time. This will void the warranty, cause product
2.0A
2.0V (1P) 4.20V1
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
LiPo
PROGRAM SELECT
DCHG>CHG
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
CURRENT
2.0A
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
BATT
TYPE
3.
Power
ON
the
charger
with
the
power
switch.
NiCd
CYCLE
LiIo
DISCHARGE
Input
Power
Low
damage and possibly injure the user.
LiFe BALANCE Ni-Mh Batteries
NiMH CHARGE
WARNING: Failure to exercise caution while using this product and comply
LiPo
DCHG>CHG
1
2.0A
21.6V(6S)SYSTEM SET->
FAST
CHG2.0A
Cut-Off
11.0V
SELECT
BATT
VOLTS
TEMPERATURE
4. When the charger is powered ON, a message will appear on2.0A
the LCDCHARGE
screen.
Rest Time
NiMH
Auto
CHARGE
LiFe
19.8V(6S) PROGRAMLiPo
CURRENT
Pb CHARGE
LiPo
BALANCE
with the following warnings could result in product malfunction, electrical
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
BATT
7.4V(2S)
CUT-OFF
50C
When Using an External DC Power Source:
CHG>DCHG
10min
CURRENT
2.0A
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
BATT
VOLTS
Ext.
Temp
0C
C

AUTION:
Always
power
ON
the
charger
before
connecting
a
battery,
or
2.0A
2.0V (1P)
2.0A
22.2V(6S) PROGRAM SELECT
Pb
CHARGE
LiPo
BALANCE
issues, excessive heat, FIRE, and ultimately injury and property damage.
CHARGE
Auto
CHARGE
LiFe BALANCE
NiMH
CHARGE
1. Connect the DC power cord to the charger DC power input port.
7.4V(2S)
LiPo DISCHARGE
STORAGE
Int.
Temp
32C
CHARGE
CURRENT
SAVE
PROGRAM
damage to the charger
and the SELECT
battery can result.
2.0A
2.0V (1P)
2.0A
22.2V(6S) PROGRAM SELECT
SAFETY
TIMER
Pb BATT
LiFe FAST
CHG
NiMH
PROGRAM SELECT
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
CURRENT
2.0A
PROGRAM
2. Connect the DC alligator clips to the DC power source.
Pb
DISCHARGE
LiPo
CHARGE
• Never leave the power supply, charger and battery unattended during use.
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
2.2A
ENTER
ON FACTORY
120min
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
0.1A
CUT:1.0V
NiMH BATT
CHARGE
CURRENT
BATT
Pb BATT
LOAD
SET
1. Connect the chargerPROGRAM
to the power LiFe
source.
2.0A
2.0V (1P)
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
3. Power ON the charger with the power switch.
Pb
DISCHARGE
LiPo
CHARGE
• Never attempt to charge dead, damaged or wet battery packs.
FAST CHG
DISCHARGE
PROGRAM SELECT
LiFe CHARGE
NiMH
Auto
CHARGE
SELECT
2.2A
PROGRAM
SELECT
LiPo RE-PEAK
DISCHARGE
DSCH
CURRENT
ENTER
2.0A
2.0V (1P)
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
2. Power ON the charger.
Capacity
Cut-Off
LiFe STORAGE
0.1A
CUT:1.0V
4. When the charger is powered ON, a message will appear on the LCD screen.
NiMH BATT
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
CURRENT
2.0A
LiFe BATT
BATT MEMORY
LiPo
FAST
CHG
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
PROGRAM
SELECTNiMH
1.0A
Rest
Time
• Short-circuit, over-current, reverse polarity, low input voltage and
2
ON
5000mAh
PROGRAM
SELECT
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
DSCH
CURRENT
3.
Make
program
selections
in
the
charger
for
battery
charging.
VERSION
 Included Items
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
LiPo
BATT
NOTICE: Always connect cable polarities correctly.
LiPo FAST
CHG
PROGRAM
SELECT
RE-PEAK
STORAGE
LiFe FAST
CHG
NiMH DISCHARGE
PROGRAM
SELECT
SELECT
CHG>DCHG
10min
BATT
MEMORY
Rest
Time
1.0A
over-temperature protection
1.00
DSCH
VOLTAGE
4. Connect the chargerPROGRAM
adapters to the
charger.
[BATTCYCLE
MEMORY
1] 22.2V(6S)
2.0A
NiMH
Key Beep
ON 10min
LiPo BATT
2
LiFe DISCHARGE
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
0.1A
CUT:1.0V
NiMH BATT
LiFe BATT
CHG>DCHG
NOTICE: Always consult 12V battery collateral materials or Horizon Hobby
JST_XH Balance adapter (2)
LiPo
STORAGE
3.0V/CELL
• Storage and Fast Charge modes
ENTER
SET
->
5. Connect the battery to the charger adapters (connect main 2.0A
charging
TIMER
DCHG>CHG
1
Buzzer SAFETY
ON
19.8V(6S)
DSCH
VOLTAGE
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
0.00
0.00
0.00
V
LiPo
STORAGE
before
using
with
sources
other
than
a
standard
AC
wall
outlet.
CYCLE
NiMH
RE-PEAK

DISCHARGE
LiFe
STORAGE
• User battery data, store and load up to 10 battery profiles
ON
120min
Banana plug to EC3 battery connector (2)
SAFETY
TIMER
connectors before connecting cell-balancing connectors, where used).
3.0V/CELL
TVC=YOUR
RISK!
PROGRAM
SELECT
BATT
TYPE
0.00
0.00
0.00
V
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
Input
Power
Low
DCHG>CHG
1
2
2.0A
19.8V(6S)
PROGRAM
SELECT
ON 11.0VCut-Off
120min
• (2) 2x16 backlit, blue LCD
LiIo BALANCE
NiCd CHARGE
LiPo DISCHARGE
4.20V
6. Start battery charging.
SYSTEM
SET->
LiPo
Capacity
Cut-Off
AC power cord (one region-US, EU, AU or UK)
TVC=YOUR
RISK!
LI BATT METER
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
CURRENT
2.0A 2.0A
22.2V(6S)
• Insulated, color coded, banana jack, power output terminals (Red = Positive (+),
LiPo
DISCHARGE
MAIN
00.00V
NiMH
CYCLE
LiFe BALANCE
DISCHARGE
ON
5000mAh
4.20V
Capacity
Cut-Off
LiIo
TEMPERATURE
System
Set
NiCd VOLTS
CHARGE
BATT
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
H0.000V
Ext. Temp
0C
DCHG>CHG
1
Optional Accessories
2.0A CHARGE
19.8V(6S)
Black = Common or Negative (–))
ON L0.000V
A. Power Output Red (+)
NiCd Auto
CHARGE
LiIo
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
CUT-OFF
50C
CURRENT
2.0A
Ni-Cd Batteries
[BATT
MEMORY 1]
7.4V(2S)
Key
Beep
ON
Int. Temp
32C5000mAh
TEMPERATURE
DYN4012 - DC Power Cord
• Internal cooling fans with grill covers
CURRENT
2.0A
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
B. Power Output Black (–)
ENTER
SET
->
Buzzer
ON
[BATT
MEMORY
1]
CUT-OFF
50C
Key
Beep
NiCd
Auto
CHARGE
CHARGE
SAVE
PROGRAM
LiIo
BALANCE
CHARGE
DYN5031 - Insulated Charge Adapter, Banana to EC3 Device
• Operating temperature range of 0°C to +50°C
CHARGE
CURRENT
LOAD FACTORY
SET ENTER
C. Balance Circuit Adapter
ENTER
SET
->
PROGRAM SELECT
Buzzer
NiCd
DISCHARGE
LiIo
FAST
CHG
CURRENT
2.0A
PROGRAM
SELECT
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
PROGRAM
SELECT
K.
BATT
2.2A
Input
Power LowON
DYN5032 - Balancing Adapter Board
ENTER
SAVE
• Meets IP33CW, IK07 environmental specs
Board Connector
NiCd BATT
0.1A PROGRAM
CUT:TYPE
1.0V
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
LiIo BATT
SYSTEM
SET->
LiPo
PROGRAM
SELECT
Cut-Off
BATT
TYPE
ENTER
Input
Power11.0V
Low
PROGRAM
SELECT
NiCd
DISCHARGE
Auto
CHARGE
FAST
CHG
DYN5033 - Temperature Sensor: DYN4103, DYN4300
LiIo
CHARGE
PROGRAM
SELECT
• Rugged industrial plastic case
PROGRAM SELECT
D. Temperature Probe Connection
DSCH
CURRENT
VERSIONCut-Off
SYSTEM SET->
LiPo
11.0V
NiCd
BATT
NiCd
RE-PEAK
LiIo STORAGE
0.1A
CUT:VOLTS
1.0V
CURRENT
2.0A
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
LiIo BATT
J.
BATT
MEMORY
1.0A
BATT
Ext.
Temp
0C
1.00
Minimum computer requirements for use of included software: Microsoft®
E. Mode/Stop Key
Specifications
27.4V(2S)
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
Int.
32C
BATT VOLTS
Ext. Temp
0C
PROGRAM
SELECT
NiCd
RE-PEAK
DISCHARGE
LiIo
STORAGE
FAST
CHG
Windows XP®, Windows 7® or Windows Vista® operating system, Compact disk
PROGRAM
SELECT
F.
USB
Communications
Port
DSCH
VOLTAGE
AC Input Voltage 100–240V AC (50/60Hz)
0.00 0.00
0.00
V
Int.
Temp
32C
NiCd
NiCd BATT
LiIo DISCHARGE
27.4V(2S)
0.1A CYCLE
CUT: 1.0V
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
LiIo BATT
(CD) reader capable of reading a mini-CD and USB 2.0 port.
G. 1A USB Charge Port
CHARGE
CURRENT
3.0V/CELL
LOAD
FACTORY
SET
0.00 0.00 0.00 V
DCHG>CHG
1 PROGRAM
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
DC Input Voltage 11–18V DC
SELECT
2.2A
ENTER
CHARGE
CURRENT
H. Jog Dial
LOAD FACTORY
SET
NiCd CYCLE
DISCHARGE
RE-PEAK
LiIo STORAGE
FEATURES
TVC=YOUR
RISK!
LI
BATT
METER
2.2A
Charge Current 0.10 to 10.0A per channel (in 0.1A increments/200W
MAIN
00.00V
ENTER
DCHG>CHG
1
2
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
I. LCD Screen
PROGRAM
SELECT
• Two charging ports to charge two batteries at once. Batteries can be different
Pb
CHARGE
4.20V
DSCH CURRENT
LiPo BALANCE
VERSION
H0.000V L0.000V 1.00
maximum per channel/400W Total)
BATT
MEMORY
J. AC Power Input Port
2.0A
2.0VCURRENT
(1P)
1.0A
2.0A DISCHARGE
22.2V(6S) PROGRAMPROGRAM
SELECT
different chemistries, capacities and cell counts
DSCH
SELECT
VERSION
NiCd
CYCLE
LiIo
TEMPERATURE
Pb
CHARGE
LiPo BALANCE
MEMORY
K. Power Switch
1.0A
Lithium
Battery
Meter
Discharge Current 0.10 to 5.0A per channel (in 0.1A increments/50W
Pb
BATT
1.00
DCHG>CHG
1
• 1A USB charge port compatible with iPhone®, iPod® or similar products
2.0A
21.6V(6S)
Pb Batteries
CUT-OFF
50C
Pb
DISCHARGE
LiPo CHARGE
2.0A
2.0VVOLTAGE
(1P)
DSCH
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
PROGRAM
SELECT
0.00 0.00 0.00 V
L. DC Power Input/
maximum per channel/100W Total)
• 100–240V AC (50/60Hz) or 11–18V DC input voltage
2.0A
2.0VVOLTAGE
(1P)
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
3.0V/CELL
DSCH
Pb
BATT
0.00 0.00 0.00 V
SAVE
PROGRAM 3.0V/CELL PROGRAM SELECT
DISCHARGE
Pb
CHARGE
CHARGE
LiPo BALANCE
APP Connectors
• Li-Ion/Li-Po/Li-Fe battery cell count of 1 to 6 series cells
Operating Temperature 0°C to +50°C
0.00
0.00 V
TVC=YOUR
LiPo FAST
CHG
2.0A Time
2.0VENTER
(1P) RISK!
PROGRAM SELECT
LI BATT
METER
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
PROGRAM
SELECT
PROGRAM SELECT
Rest
MAIN 0.00
00.00V
• Ni-Cd/Ni-MH battery cell count of 1 to 15 cells
Balance Current Drain 300mA per cell
4.20V
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
LiPo BATT
TVC=YOUR
RISK!
LI
BATT
METER
Pb
BATT
CHG>DCHG
10min
H0.000V
L0.000V
MAIN
00.00V
CHG
Pb DISCHARGE
LiPo FAST
CHARGE
PROGRAM SELECT
• Pb battery voltage of 2 to 24V
4.20V
Rest
Time
Trickle Charge Current 50 to 200mA
TEMPERATURE
H0.000V
L0.000V
LiPo
L.
2.0A
2.0V
(1P)
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
A. LiPo
B. BATT
H. C. I. D.
E. F. STORAGE
G.
• Built-in 50W discharger
SAFETY
TIMER
CHG>DCHG
10min
CUT-OFF
50C
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
TEMPERATURE
Charging Mode Peak (Ni-Cd/Ni-MH), CC/CV (Li-Po/Li-Ion/Li-Fe/Pb)
ON
120min
• Built-in balance circuit
STORAGE
LiPo FAST
CHG
PROGRAM SELECT
CUT-OFF
50C
SAFETY
TIMER
Rest
Time
SAVE
PROGRAM
LiPo DISCHARGE
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
LiPo BATT
Capacity
Cut-Off
ON
120min
CHG>DCHG
10min
ENTER
2.0A
22.2V(6S)
SAVE
PROGRAM
ON
5000mAh
DISCHARGE
LiPo STORAGE
Capacity
Cut-Off ENTER
SAFETY TIMER


2.0A
22.2V(6S)
Li-Fe Balance Charging
Li-Fe DischargING
Li-Io Charging
[BATT MEMORY 1]
Key Beep 5000mAh
ON
ON
120min
SETPress
-> the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus,
Buzzer
ON
LiPo ENTER
DISCHARGE
then
rotate
the
Jog
Dial
To select values other than the existing parameters:
[BATT
MEMORY
1]
Key
Beep Cut-Off
ON
Capacity
Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
To select values other than the existing parameters:
Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
To select values other than the existing parameters:
2.0A ENTER
22.2V(6S)
PROGRAM
SELECT
BATT
TYPE
SET
->
Input
Power
Low
to
locate
the
PROGRAM
SELECT
LiIo
BATT
screen.
Press
the
Jog
Dial
to
go
into
Buzzer
ON
ON
5000mAh
• Press the Jog Dial so the charge current value (A) flashes
to
locate
the
PROGRAM
SELECT
LiFe
BATT
screen.
Press
the
Jog
Dial
to
go
into
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT LiFe BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
• Press the Jog Dial so the discharge current value (A) flashes
SYSTEM SET->
• Press the Jog Dial so the charge current value (A) flashes
LiPo
Cut-Off
11.0V
this menu.PROGRAM
SELECT
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the charge current value
BATT
TYPE
this
menu.
[BATT
MEMORY
1]
Input
Power
Low
Key
Beep
ON
this menu.

Rotate
the
Jog
Dial
to
INCREASE
OR
DECREASE
the
discharge
current
value
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the charge current value
SYSTEM
SET->
BATT
VOLTS
LiPo
ENTER
SET
->
Ext.
Temp
0C
Rotate
the
Jog
Dial
to
go
to
the
LiIo
CHARGE
screen
and
set
charging
parameters.
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value and the voltage value (B) flashes
Cut-Off
11.0V
Buzzer
ON
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the LiFe DISCHARGE screen and set discharging
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value and the voltage value (B) flashes
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the LiFe BALANCE screen and set charging param• Press the Jog Dial to save the value and the voltage value (B) flashes
7.4V(2S)
Int.
TempVoltage (B)
32C
The charging
amperage (A)
can be set between 0.1
and 10.0A.
is
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the voltage (and # of cells in
PROGRAM
SELECT
TYPE
parameters. The discharging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 5.0A. Volt• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the voltageBATT
(and # ofVOLTS
cells in
Ext.
Temp
Input
Power Low0C
eters. The charging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 10.0A. Voltage (B)
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the voltage (and # of cells in
dependent
on
the
number
of
cells
in
series.
For
example,
with
Li-Io
batteries
these
series (C))
SYSTEM
SET->
CHARGE
CURRENT
LiPo
7.4V(2S)
LOAD
FACTORY
SET
Int.
Temp
32C
Cut-Off
11.0V
age (B) is dependent on the number of cells in series. For example, with Li-Fe batseries (C))
is dependent on the number of cells in series. For example, with Li-Fe batteries
series (C))
2.2A
values can be from 3.6V (for 1S batteries) to 21.6V (for 6S batteries). ENTER
• Press the Jog Dial to save the voltage value
teries these values can be from 3.3V (for 1S batteries) to 19.8V (for 6S batteries).
• Press the Jog Dial to save the voltage value
these values can be from 3.3V (for 1S batteries) to 19.8V (for 6S batteries).
• Press the Jog Dial to save the voltage value
CHARGE
CURRENT
BATT VOLTS
LOAD
FACTORY SET
Ext. Temp
0C
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
PROGRAM
SELECT
DSCH
CURRENT
2.2A
7.4V(2S)
VERSION
Int. Temp ENTER
32C
A battery’s capacity can be verified by discharging it to its minimum voltage level
If no parameters are flashing,
you can rotate
the Jog Dial to select
another
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
BATT MEMORY
1.0A
program such as BALANCE, FAST CHG, STORAGE or DISCHARGE.
1.00
and
measuring
the
current
as
the
battery
is
discharged.
program
such
as
CHARGE,
BALANCE,
FAST
CHG
or
STORAGE.
PROGRAM
SELECT
program such as CHARGE, FAST CHG, STORAGE or DISCHARGE.
DSCH
CURRENT
CHARGE
CURRENT
VERSION
LOAD FACTORY SET
To
start charging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.
BATT
MEMORY
2.2A
1.00
ENTER
To start discharging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.DSCH VOLTAGE1.0A
To start charging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.
0.00 0.00 0.00
V
3.0V/CELL
0.00
0.00 0.00 V
CAUTION: If at any time during the charge process the battery becomes
PROGRAM SELECT
DSCH VOLTAGE
CURRENT
PROGRAM SELECT
VERSION
0.00
0.00 0.00 V
TVC=YOUR
RISK!
BATT MEMORY
hot or begins to puff, disconnect the battery immediately and discontinue
3.0V/CELL
1.0A
LI BATT METER
1.00
MAIN
00.00V
0.00
0.00
0.00
V
PROGRAM
SELECT
B
4.20V A
the charge process as batteries can cause fire, collateral damage and
A
B
C
H0.000V CL0.000V
TVC=YOUR
RISK!
DSCH VOLTAGE
LI BATT METER
MAIN
00.00V
injuries.
0.00 0.00
0.00 V
TEMPERATURE
4.20V
3.0V/CELL

H0.000V
L0.000V
0.00 0.00 0.00
V
Li-Fe Charging
PROGRAM
SELECT
CUT-OFF
50C
A
B
C
TEMPERATURE
TVC=YOUR RISK!
LI BATT METER
MAIN 00.00V
To select values other than the existing parameters:
Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
SAVE PROGRAM
CUT-OFF
50C Li-Io Fast Charging
4.20V
H0.000V L0.000V
ENTER
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT LiFe BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
• Press the Jog Dial so the charge current value (A) flashes
SAVE
PROGRAM Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
TEMPERATURE
this menu.
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the charge current value
ENTER
CUT-OFF
50C
to
locate the PROGRAM SELECT LiIo BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value and the voltage value (B) flashes
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the LiFe CHARGE screen and set charging param
this menu.
Li-Io BATTERIES
SAVE
PROGRAM
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the voltage (and # of cells in
eters. The charging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 10.0A. Voltage (B)
ENTER
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the LiIo FAST CHG screen and set charging paramJST_XH ADAPTER

2S

3S

4S

JST_XH ADAPTER

5S

6S

2S

3S

4S

5S

6S

3

7

LiFe BALANCE
5.5A 19.8V(6S)

11

is dependent on the number of cells in series. For example, with Li-Fe batteries
these values can be from 3.3V (for 1S batteries) to 19.8V (for 6S batteries).

LiFe CHARGE
4.6A 19.8V(6S)
A

5

B

C

6

series (C))
• Press the Jog Dial to save the voltage value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as BALANCE, FAST CHG, STORAGE or DISCHARGE.
To start charging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.

AUTION: If at any time during the charge process the battery becomes
C
hot or begins to puff, disconnect the battery immediately and discontinue
the charge process as batteries can cause fire, collateral damage and
injuries.

Li-Fe Fast Charging

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT LiFe BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the LiFe FAST CHG screen and set charging parameters. The charging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 10.0A. Voltage (B)
is dependent on the number of cells in series. For example, with Li-Fe batteries
these values can be from 3.3V (for 1S batteries) to 19.8V (for 6S batteries).
Near the end of a standard charging cycle, the charger switches from Constant
Current (CC) mode to Constant Voltage (CV) mode to slowly “top off” the current in
the battery as close as possible to the maximum capacity.
In Fast Charge, the CV mode is eliminated in order to greatly shorten the charging
time; however, the final capacity of the battery will be less than what you would get
using the standard charge method.



LiIo CHARGE
4.6A 21.6V(6S)

LiFe DISCHARGE
2.0A 19.8V(6S)

4



10

LiFe FAST CHG
0.1A 19.8V(6S)
A

B

C

To select values other than the existing parameters:
• Press the Jog Dial so the charge current value (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the charge current value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value and the voltage value (B) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the voltage (and # of cells in
series (C))
• Press the Jog Dial to save the voltage value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as CHARGE, BALANCE, STORAGE or DISCHARGE.
To start charging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.

Li-Fe Storage Charging

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT LiFe BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the LiFe STORAGE screen and set charging parameters. The charging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 10.0A. Voltage (B)
is dependent on the number of cells in series. For example, with Li-Fe batteries
these values can be from 3.3V (for 1S batteries) to 19.8V (for 6S batteries).
If you don’t plan on using your battery for a long time, it is best to charge (or
discharge) the battery to its optimal storage voltage and capacity.

LiFe STORAGE
2.5A 19.8V(6S)
A

B

C

To select values other than the existing parameters:
• Press the Jog Dial so the charge current value (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the charge current value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value and the voltage value (B) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the voltage (and # of cells in
series (C))
• Press the Jog Dial to save the voltage value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as CHARGE, BALANCE, FAST CHG or DISCHARGE.
To start charging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.

8

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT LiIo BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to select
LiIo.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to one of the control screens (BALANCE, CHARGE, FAST
CHG, STORAGE or DISCHARGE) to do what your battery needs.
Correctly connect your lithium battery to the charger (charging connector first and
balancing connector second). Press the Jog Dial and adjust the charging parameters as needed. Press and hold the Jog Dial (approximately 3 seconds) until the
screen changes to start the battery check/charge sequence.
A
When the charge cycle starts, the
charger compares the battery to
charger settings. The screen will
show the battery and your settings
information. If the information after R: (charger) and S: (settings) (A) does not
match, press the Mode key and change the lithium battery charging parameters
as needed. If the R: information matches S:, press the Jog Dial to confirm.
After confirmation, charging starts and information will show on the LCD screen
(information may vary).

R: 3SER
S:3SER
CONFIRM (ENTER)

9

B C D

A

LI 3S 2.0A 12.59V
BAL 022:43 01082

A. A Li-Io battery pack is
balance charging
B. Battery pack has 3 cells in
series

F
E
C. Charging rate is 2.0A (2000mAh)
D. Voltage being applied to the battery is currently 12.59V
E. Present charge level of the battery is 1082mAh
F. Time elapsed since the charge process started is 22:43
During charging, the Jog Dial can be rotated counterclockwise to show several
parameter messages on the LCD screen, including: End Voltage, Input Power Voltage, External & Internal Temperature, Temperature Cutoff, Safety Timer Status and
Capacity Cutoff.
Rotate the Jog Dial clockwise to show the charge voltages for each cell. Press the
Jog Dial at any time to return to the Charge Monitor screen. The charger signals
when the charging (or discharging) process is complete (if Buzzer is set to ON).
AUTION: The Li-Io program menus are to be used ONLY for the
C
charging and discharging of Li-Io batteries. The charging of other battery
types using these programs will result in damage to the battery or
charger.
CAUTION: Using a charge rate that is not compatible with the battery
capacities may result in damage or malfunction of the charger or
batteries.

eters. The charging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 10.0A. Voltage (B)
is dependent on the number of cells in series. For example, with Li-Io batteries
these values can be from 3.6V (for 1S batteries) to 21.6V (for 6S batteries).
Near the end of a standard charging cycle, the charger switches from Constant
Current (CC) mode to Constant Voltage (CV) mode to slowly “top off” the current in
the battery as close as possible to the maximum capacity.
In Fast Charge, the CV mode is eliminated in order to greatly shorten the charging
time; however, the final capacity of the battery will be less than what you would get
using the standard charge method.

12

LiIo BALANCE
5.5A 21.6V(6S)
A

B

C

To select values other than the existing parameters:
• Press the Jog Dial so the charge current value (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the charge current value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value and the voltage value (B) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the voltage (and # of cells in
series (C))
• Press the Jog Dial to save the voltage value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as CHARGE, FAST CHG, STORAGE or DISCHARGE.
To start charging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.

A

B

C

To select values other than the existing parameters:
• Press the Jog Dial so the charge current value (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the charge current value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value and the voltage value (B) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the voltage (and # of cells in
series (C))
• Press the Jog Dial to save the voltage value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as CHARGE, BALANCE, STORAGE or DISCHARGE.
To start charging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.

Li-Io Storage Charging

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT LiIo BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the LiIo STORAGE screen and set charging parameters. The charging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 10.0A. Voltage (B)
is dependent on the number of cells in series. For example, with Li-Io batteries
these values can be from 3.6V (for 1S batteries) to 21.6V (for 6S batteries).
If you don’t plan on using your battery for a long time, it is best to charge (or
discharge) the battery to its optimal storage voltage and capacity.

LiIo STORAGE
2.5A 21.6V(6S)

Li-Io Balance Charging

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT LiIo BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the LiIo BALANCE screen and set charging parameters. The charging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 10.0A. Voltage (B)
is dependent on the number of cells in series. For example, with Li-Io batteries
these values can be from 3.6V (for 1S batteries) to 21.6V (for 6S batteries).

LiIo FAST CHG
5.0A 21.6V(6S)

A

13



B

To select values other than the existing parameters:
• Press the Jog Dial so the charge current value (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the charge current value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value and the voltage value (B) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the voltage (and # of cells in
series (C))
• Press the Jog Dial to save the voltage value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as CHARGE, BALANCE, FAST CHG or DISCHARGE.
To start charging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.

2

NiMH CYCLE
DCHG>CHG
1
NiMH
CHARGE
NiCd CHARGE 2.0A
CURRENT
CURRENT
2.0A
NiMH
Auto
CHARGE
NiCd
Auto
CHARGE
CURRENT
2.0A
CURRENT
2.0A
(DYN4300)
NiMH
DISCHARGE
PROGRAM
SELECT
PROGRAMNiMH
SELECT
NiCd
DISCHARGE
0.1A
CUT:1.0V
NiCd BATT
BATT
0.1A
CUT:
1.0V
NiMH RE-PEAK OPERATING YOUR CHARGER
NiCd RE-PEAK
TAble of CONTENTS
2
2
1 SELF TEST AND PROGRAM SELECT SCREENS
Programming and Operations
NiMH CYCLE 18 Li-Po Storage Charging
NiCd
CYCLE
19
Li-Po Discharge
35 BATTERY MEMORY
LI-FE
DCHG>CHG
1
DCHG>CHG
1
36 SYSTEM SET
2 Li-Fe BATTERIES
Ni-MH
a REST TIME
NiCd
CHARGE 20 Ni-MH BATTERIES
3 Li-Fe Balance Charging Pb
CHARGE
CURRENT 2.0V 21
2.0A
b SAFETY TIMER
4
Li-Fe Charging
Ni-MH
Charging
2.0A
(1P)
PROGRAM SELECT
c CAPACITY CUTOFF
5 Li-Fe Fast Charging
22 Ni-MH Auto Charging
NiCd
Auto
CHARGE
Pb BATT
Pb
DISCHARGE2.0A
d KEY BEEP/BUZZER
CURRENT
6 Li-Fe Storage Charging 2.0A
23
Ni-MH
Discharge
2.0V (1P)
e INPUT POWER LOW CUTOFF
7
Li-Fe Discharge
24
Ni-MH
Re-Peak Charging
PROGRAM SELECT
NiCd DISCHARGE
f EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL TEMPERATURES
Ni-MH Cycle Charging
0.1A Time
CUT: 25
1.0V
Rest
Li-IO NiCd BATT
g RESET FACTORY SETTINGS
CHG>DCHG
10min
8 Li-Io BATTERIES
NiCd RE-PEAKNI-CD
h VERSION
9 Li-Io Balance Charging SAFETY TIMER26 Ni-CD
2 BATTERIES
37 Li BATTERY VOLTAGE CHECKER OPERATION - USON
120min
10 Li-Io Charging
NiCd CYCLE 27 Ni-CD Charging
ING THE BALANCE ADAPTER PORT
11 Li-Io Fast Charging
28 Ni-CD
DCHG>CHG Cut-Off
1 Auto Charging
Capacity
38 USB ACCESSORY CHARGER OPERATION (COM12 Li-Io Storage Charging ON
29
Ni-CD
Discharge
5000mAh
PATIBLE WITH iPhone and iPod DEVICES)
Pb CHARGE
13 Li-Io Discharge
30 Ni-CD Re-Peak Charging
Key
Beep
ON
39 Troubleshooting Guide
2.0A
2.0V
(1P)
31
Ni-CD
Cycle Charging
PROGRAM
SELECT
Li-PO
Buzzer
ON
Pb BATT
Pb DISCHARGEPB
14 Li-Po BATTERIES
PROGRAM
SELECT
Input
Power
Low
2.0A
2.0V 32
(1P)
15 SYSTEM
Li-Po Balance Charging
Pb BATTERIES
SET->
Cut-Off
11.0V
16 Li-Po Charging
33 Pb Charging
Rest
Time
Ext. Temp
17 Li-Po Fast Charging
34 0C
Pb Discharge
CHG>DCHG
Int.
Temp 10min
32C

SAFETY
TIMER SET
SELF TEST AND PROGRAM SELECT
SCREENS
LOAD
FACTORY
ON
120min
ENTER
When the charger is powered ON, there is a series of self tests and the screen will After the self tests, the charger will show another screen. The information on this
Capacity
Cut-Off
VERSION
show the charger brand name and model number.
screen will vary but will look similar to this:
ON
5000mAh
1.00
LiPo BALANCE
Key Beep
0.00
0.00 0.00 VON
Buzzer
ON
2.0A 7.4V(2S)
0.00
0.00
0.00
V
PROGRAM SELECT
PROGRAM
SELECT
Input
Power
Low
LI BATT
METER
From
any
screen,
press
the Mode key to go back to the main menu.
MAIN
00.00V 11.0V
SYSTEM SET->
Cut-Off
H0.000V
L0.000V

Li-Fe BATTERIES
Ext. Temp
0C
Int.
Temp
32C
Press the Mode key until you reach
the 9 main
menus, then
rotate the Jog Dial to During charging, the Jog Dial can be rotated counterclockwise to show several
locate the PROGRAM SELECT LiFe LOAD
BATT screen.
Press the SET
Jog Dial to select LiFe. parameter messages on the LCD screen, including: End Voltage, Input Power VoltFACTORY
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to one of the control screens ENTER
(BALANCE, CHARGE, FAST age, External & Internal Temperature, Temperature Cutoff, Safety Timer Status and
Capacity Cutoff.
CHG, STORAGE or DISCHARGE) to do
what
your
battery
needs.
VERSION
Rotate the Jog Dial clockwise to show the charge voltages for each cell. Press the
1.00
Correctly connect your lithium battery to the charger (charging
connector first and

1

DYNAMITE
DYN4300

2

Jog Dial at any time to return to the Charge Monitor screen. The charger signals
balancing connector second). Press the Jog Dial and adjust charging parameters
0.00 0.00 0.00 V
when the charging (or discharging) process is complete (if Buzzer is set to ON).
as needed. Press and hold the Jog0.00
Dial (approximately
3
seconds)
until
the
screen
0.00 0.00 V
PROGRAM
SELECT
changes
to start METER
the battery check/charge sequence.
CAUTION: The Li-Fe program menus are to be used ONLY for the
LI BATT
MAIN 00.00V
A
When the
charge cycle starts, the
charging and discharging of Li-Fe batteries. The charging of other battery
H0.000V
L0.000V
charger compares the battery to the
types using these programs will result in damage to the battery or charger.
charger settings. The screen will show
CAUTION: Using a charge rate that is not compatible with the battery
the battery and your settings
capacities may result in damage or malfunction of the charger or
information. If the information after R: (charger) and S: (settings) (A) does not match,
batteries.
press the Mode key and change the lithium battery charging parameters as
needed. If the R: information matches S:, press the Jog Dial to confirm. After
confirmation, charging starts and information will show on the LCD screen
(information may vary).
B C D
A. A Li-Fe battery pack is
balance charging
B. B attery pack has 3 cells in
A
series
F
E
C. Charging rate is 2.0A (2000mAh)
D. Voltage being applied to the battery is currently 12.59V
E. Present charge level of the battery is 1082mAh
F. Time elapsed since the charge process started is 22:43 (22 minutes and 43
seconds)

R: 3SER
S:3SER
CONFIRM (ENTER)

LI 3S 2.0A 12.59V
BAL 022:43 01082

• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the voltage (and # of cells in
series (C))
• Press the Jog Dial to save the voltage value

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Li-Io DischargING

LiIo DISCHARGE
2.0A 21.6V(6S)
A

B

C

To select values other than the existing parameters:
• Press the Jog Dial so the discharge current value (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the discharge current value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value and the voltage value (B) flashes

If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as CHARGE, BALANCE, FAST CHG or STORAGE.
To start discharging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.

Li-Po BATTERIES

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT LiPo BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to select
LiPo.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to one of the control screens (BALANCE, CHARGE, FAST
CHG, STORAGE or DISCHARGE) to do what your battery needs.
Correctly connect your lithium battery to the charger (charging connector first and
balancing connector second). Press the Jog Dial and adjust the charging parameters as needed. Press and hold the Jog Dial (approximately 3 seconds) until the
screen changes to start the battery check/charge sequence.
A
When the charge cycle starts, the
charger compares the battery to the
charger settings. The screen will
show the battery and your settings
information. If the information after R: (charger) and S: (settings) (A) does not
match, press the Mode key and change the lithium battery charging parameters
as needed. If the R: information matches S:, press the Jog Dial to confirm.
After confirmation, charging starts and information will show on the LCD screen
(information may vary).

R: 3SER
S:3SER
CONFIRM (ENTER)

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B C D
A

LI 3S 2.0A 12.59V
BAL 022:43 01082

A. A Li-Po battery pack is
balance charging
B. B attery pack has 3 cells in
series

F
E
C. Charging rate is 2.0A (2000mAh)
D. Voltage being applied to the battery is currently 12.59V
E. Present charge level of the battery is 1082mAh
F. Time elapsed since the charge process started is 22:43
During charging, the Jog Dial can be rotated counterclockwise to show several
parameter messages on the LCD screen, including: End Voltage, Input Power Voltage, External & Internal Temperature, Temperature Cutoff, Safety Timer Status and
Capacity Cutoff.
Rotate the Jog Dial clockwise to show the charge voltages for each cell. Press the
Jog Dial at any time to return to the Charge Monitor screen. The charger signals
when the charging (or discharging) process is complete (if Buzzer is set to ON).
AUTION: The Li-Po program menus are to be used ONLY for the
C
charging and discharging of Li-Po batteries. The charging of other
battery types using these programs will result in damage to the battery
or charger.
CAUTION: Using a charge rate that is not compatible with the battery
capacities may result in damage or malfunction of the charger or
batteries.

Li-Po Balance Charging

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT LiPo BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the LiPo BALANCE screen and set charging parameters. The charging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 10.0A. Voltage (B)
is dependent on the number of cells in series. For example, with Li-Po batteries
these values can be from 3.7V (for 1S batteries) to 22.2V (for 6S batteries).

LiPo BALANCE
5.5A 22.2V(6S)
A

B

To select values other than the existing parameters:
• Press the Jog Dial so the charge current value (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the charge current value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value and the voltage value (B) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the voltage (and # of cells in
series (C))
• Press the Jog Dial to save the voltage value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as CHARGE, FAST CHG, STORAGE or DISCHARGE.
To start charging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.

C

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Li-Po Charging

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT LiPo BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the LiPo CHARGE screen and set charging parameters. The charging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 10.0A. Voltage (B)
is dependent on the number of cells in series. For example, with Li-Po batteries
these values can be from 3.7V (for 1S batteries) to 22.2V (for 6S batteries).

C

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT LiIo BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the LiIo DISCHARGE screen and set discharging
parameters. The discharging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 5.0A. Voltage (B) is dependent on the number of cells in series. For example, with Li-Io batteries these values can be from 3.6V (for 1S batteries) to 21.6V (for 6S batteries).
A battery’s capacity can be verified by discharging it to its minimum voltage level
and measuring the current as the battery is discharged.

NiMH RE-PEAK

LiPo CHARGE
4.6A 22.2V(6S)
A

B

C

To select values other than the existing parameters:
• Press the Jog Dial so the charge current value (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the charge current value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value and the voltage value (B) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the voltage (and # of cells in
series (C))
• Press the Jog Dial to save the voltage value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as BALANCE, FAST CHG, STORAGE or DISCHARGE.
To start charging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.
AUTION: If at any time during the charge process the battery becomes
C
hot or begins to puff, disconnect the battery immediately and discontinue
the charge process as batteries can cause fire, collateral damage and
injuries.

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Li-Po Fast Charging

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT LiPo BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the LiPo FAST CHG screen and set charging parameters. The charging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 10.0A. Voltage (B)
is dependent on the number of cells in series. For example, with Li-Po batteries
these values can be from 3.7V (for 1S batteries) to 22.2V (for 6S batteries).
Near the end of a standard charging cycle, the charger switches from Constant
Current (CC) mode to Constant Voltage (CV) mode to slowly “top off” the current in
the battery as close as possible to the maximum capacity.
In Fast Charge, the CV mode is eliminated in order to greatly shorten the charging
time; however, the final capacity of the battery will be less than what you would get
using the standard charge method.

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LiPo FAST CHG
4.0A 7.4V(2S)
A

B

Li-Po Storage Charging

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT LiPo BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the LiPo STORAGE screen and set charging parameters. The charging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 10.0A. Voltage (B)
is dependent on the number of cells in series. For example, with Li-Po batteries
these values can be from 3.7V (for 1S batteries) to 22.2V (for 6S batteries).
If you don’t plan on using your battery for a long time, it is best to charge (or
discharge) the battery to its optimal storage voltage and capacity.

LiPo STORAGE
2.5A 11.1V(3S)
A

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B

To select values other than the existing parameters:
• Press the Jog Dial so the charge current value (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the charge current value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value and the voltage value (B) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the voltage (and # of cells in
series (C))
• Press the Jog Dial to save the voltage value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as CHARGE, BALANCE, FAST CHG or DISCHARGE.
To start charging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.

Li-Po DischargING

LiPo DISCHARGE
2.0A 22.2V(6S)
A

B

To select values other than the existing parameters:
• Press Jog Dial so the discharge current value (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the discharge current value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value and the voltage value (B) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the voltage (and # of cells in
series (C))
• Press Jog Dial to save the voltage value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as CHARGE, BALANCE, FAST CHG or STORAGE.
To start discharging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.


A

B

C

NiMH 2.0A 7.59V
CHG 022:43 01082

A. A Ni-MH battery pack is
charging
B. Charging rate is 2.0A
(2000mAh)

Ni-MH Cycle Charging

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT NiMH BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the NiMH CYCLE screen and set charge/discharge
cycle count parameters.
The battery can be put through a series of charge/discharge cycles using this
program. Cycling Ni-MH batteries can increase capacity and rejuvenate neglected
batteries. Discharge capacity and average battery voltage help you compare batteries for the best run time and power.

During charging, the Jog Dial can be rotated counterclockwise to show several
parameter messages on the LCD screen, including: Ni-MH Sensitivity, Input Power
Voltage, External & Internal Temperature, Temperature Cutoff, Safety Timer Status
and Capacity Cutoff. The charger signals when the charging (or discharging)
process is complete (if Buzzer is set to ON).
AUTION: The Ni-MH program menus are to be used ONLY for the
C
charging and discharging of Ni-MH battery packs. The charging of other
battery types using these programs will result in damage to the battery
or charger.
CAUTION: Using a charge rate that is not compatible with the battery
capacities may result in damage or malfunction of the charger or
batteries.

A

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Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT NiCd BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to select
NiCd.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to one of the control screens (CHARGE, Auto CHARGE,
DISCHARGE, RE-PEAK or CYCLE) to do what your battery needs.
Correctly connect your Ni-Cd battery to the charger. Press the Jog Dial and adjust
the charging parameters as needed. Press and hold the Jog Dial (approximately 3
seconds) until the screen changes to start the battery check/charge sequence.
After confirmation, charging starts and information will show on the LCD screen
(information may vary).

A

C

NiCd 2.0A 7.59V
CHG 022:43 01082

NiMH CHARGE
CURRENT 1.0A


To select a value other than the existing parameter:
• Press the Jog Dial so the charge current value (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the charge current value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as Auto CHARGE, DISCHARGE, RE-PEAK or CYCLE.
To start charging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.

A

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A. A Ni-Cd battery pack is
charging
B. Charging rate is 2.0A
(2000mAh)

NiMH Auto CHARGE
CURRENT 1.0A


To select a value other than the existing parameter:
• Press the Jog Dial so the charge current value (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the charge current value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as CHARGE, DISCHARGE, RE-PEAK or CYCLE.
To start charging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.

NiCd CHARGE
CURRENT 1.0A


NiMH DISCHARGE
0.1A
CUT: 1.0V
B

AUTION: The Ni-Cd program menus are to be used ONLY for the
C
charging and discharging of Ni-Cd battery packs. The charging of other
battery types using these programs will result in damage to the battery
or charger.
CAUTION: Using a charge rate that is not compatible with the battery
capacities may result in damage or malfunction of the charger or
batteries.

To select a value other than the existing parameter:
• Press the Jog Dial so the discharge current value (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the discharge current value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value and the cutoff voltage value (B) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the cutoff voltage
• Press the Jog Dial to save the voltage value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as CHARGE, Auto CHARGE, RE-PEAK or CYCLE.
To start discharging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds

To select a value other than the existing parameter:
• Press the Jog Dial so the charge current value (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the charge current value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as Auto CHARGE, DISCHARGE, RE-PEAK or CYCLE.
To start charging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.

Ni-CD Auto Charging



To select a value other than the existing parameter:
• Press the Jog Dial so the charge current value (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the charge current value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as CHARGE, DISCHARGE, RE-PEAK or CYCLE.
To start charging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.

A

A B

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Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT Pb BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the Pb DISCHARGE screen and set discharging
parameters. The discharging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 5.0A.
A battery’s capacity can be verified by discharging it to its minimum voltage level
and measuring the current as the battery is discharged. The discharge level can be
set from 2 to 20V.

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F
E
C. Charging at a rate of 0.4A (400mAh)
D. Voltage being applied to the battery is currently 12.39V
E. Present charge level of the battery is 1082mAh
F. Time elapsed since the charge process started is 22:43
During charging, the Jog Dial can be rotated counterclockwise to show several
parameter messages on the LCD screen, including: End Voltage, Capacity Cutoff,
Safety Timer Status, Temperature Cutoff and Input Power Voltage. The charger
signals when the charging (or discharging) process is complete (if Buzzer is set to
ON).
AUTION: The Pb program menus are to be used ONLY for the charging
C
and discharging of Pb battery packs. The charging of other battery types
using these programs will result in damage to the battery or charger.
CAUTION: Using a charge rate that is not compatible with the battery
capacities may result in damage or malfunction of the charger or
batteries.

To select values other than the existing parameters:
• Press the Jog Dial so the charge current value (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the charge current value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the charge current value and the battery voltage
value (B) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the battery voltage/cell count
value (Pb batteries are 2.0V per cell, for a 6 cell battery this would be 2.0V x 6
cell = 12.0V)
• Press the Jog Dial to save the voltage
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as DISCHARGE.
To start charging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.

To select values other than the existing parameters:
• Press the Jog Dial so the discharge current value (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the discharge current value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value and the cutoff voltage value (B) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the cutoff voltage
• Press the Jog Dial to save the voltage value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as CHARGE.
To start discharging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds

BATTERY MEMORY

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT BATT MEMORY screen. Press the Jog Dial to
select BATT MEMORY.
Use this menu to create a battery profile. To reduce the time required to initiate a
charging or discharging cycle on a battery you regularly use, this charger has been
designed with the capability of storing up to 10 battery profiles that can be quickly
accessed and run at a later time.
• Rotate the Jog Dial to identify a battery profile, 1 through 10
• Press the Jog Dial to select battery profile 1
• Press the Jog Dial so battery type flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to select a battery type
• Press the Jog Dial to save the battery type
Follow this process using the Jog Dial to select, change, then save each parameter (battery voltage, charge current, discharge current, discharge voltage, Terminal
Voltage Control (TVC) and temperature cutoff). Then save the battery profile.

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Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT NiCd BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the NiCd DISCHARGE screen and set discharging
parameters. The discharging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 5.0A.
A battery’s capacity can be verified by discharging it to its minimum voltage level
and measuring the current as the battery is discharged. The discharge level can be
set from 0.1 to 25.2V.

NiCd DISCHARGE
0.1A
CUT: 1.0V

To select a value other than the existing parameter:
• Press the Jog Dial so the discharge current value (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the discharge current value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value and the cutoff voltage value (B) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the cutoff voltage
• Press the Jog Dial to save the voltage value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as CHARGE, Auto CHARGE, RE-PEAK or CYCLE.
To start discharging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds

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Ni-CD Re-Peak Charging

NiCd RE-PEAK
1

31

To select a value other than the existing parameter:
• Press the Jog Dial so the re-peak value (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as CHARGE, Auto CHARGE, DISCHARGE or CYCLE.
Press the Jog Dial to go to the next menu.

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT NiCd BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the NiCd CYCLE screen and set charge/discharge
cycle count parameters.
The battery can be put through a series of charge/discharge cycles using this
program. Cycling Ni-Cd batteries can increase capacity and rejuvenate neglected
batteries. Discharge capacity and average battery voltage help you compare batteries for the best run time and power.

NiCd CYCLE
CHG>DCHG 5
B

To select values other than the existing parameter:
• Press the Jog Dial so the cycle type (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to set the cycle type as CHG>DCHG or DCHG>CHG
• Press the Jog Dial to save your choice and the number of cycles (B) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to set the cycle count between 1 to 5
• Press the Jog Dial to save the cycle count value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as CHARGE, Auto CHARGE, DISCHARGE or RE-PEAK.
To start cycling, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.

AUTION: Increasing the TVC value beyond the default settings may result in a
C
shorter battery life and/or damage to the battery. Do not change the TVC value
unless you fully understand the effects TVC will have on your battery.
To Charge or Discharge a battery using the saved profile:
Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT BATT MEMORY screen. Press the Jog Dial to
select BATT MEMORY.
• Rotate the Jog Dial to identify the battery profile, 1 through 10.
• Press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds
• Rotate the Jog Dial to choose the type of charge function you wish to perform
• Press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds to start

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial to locate the PROGRAM SELECT SYSTEM SET screen. Press the Jog Dial to select
SYSTEM SET.
Use this menu to set the “behind the scenes” operating parameters for this charger such as; Rest Time, Safety Timer, Capacity Cutoff, Key Beep/Buzzer, Input Power Low
Cutoff, External and Internal Temperatures, Load Factory Settings and Version.



d

KEY BEEP/BUZZER

e

INPUT POWER LOW CUTOFF

f

EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL TEMPERATURES



REST TIME

Use this menu to set the Rest time during each step in a cycle.When a Ni-MH
or Ni-CD battery is cycled (charged, discharged and charged again) it will get
hot, therefore it is necessary to set a rest time interval during each step of the
process to make sure the battery and charger are completely cooled before
moving on to the next part of the cycle. Default time is 10 minutes, but this
can be set between 1 and 60 minutes. To select a value other than the default
parameter:
• Press the Jog Dial to select Rest Time
• Press the Jog Dial so the Rest Time value flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to select Rest Time in Minutes
• Press the Jog Dial to save the Rest Time value
• Rotate the Jog Dial to select SAFETY TIMER

Use this menu to set the key beep and charger alarm buzzer at ON or OFF as
needed. We recommend that you keep the alarm ON so the alarm will sound
when charging is complete or if there is cause for alarm during charging.
To select values other than the default parameters:
• Press the Jog Dial so the Key Beep ON/OFF value flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to select ON or OFF
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value
• Press the Jog Dial so the Buzzer ON/OFF value flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to select ON or OFF
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value
• Rotate the Jog Dial to select Input Power Low Cutoff


SAFETY TIMER

Use this menu to set a time limit for charging a battery. When a charge cycle
is started, a clock inside the charger will begin recording the elapsed charge
time. If the SAFETY TIMER function has been turned ON, the charger will stop
the charging process once this time limit has been reached to avoid damage
caused by over-charging the battery. This time value can be set between 1 and
720 minutes.
To select values other than the default parameters:
• Press the Jog Dial so the ON/OFF value flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to select ON or OFF
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value
• Rotate the Jog Dial to select the value for time
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value
• Rotate the Jog Dial to select Capacity Cutoff

CAPACITY CUTOFF

c

Ni-CD Cycle Charging

Rotate the Jog Dial to select SAVE PROGRAM
Press the Jog Dial to save the program
Repeat this process to enter additional battery profiles
Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus

SYSTEM SET

b

B






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A

Pb-6 0.4A 12.39V
CHG 022:43 01082

A

A. A Lead Acid battery pack is
charging
B. Battery pack has 6 cells
in series

Pb DischargING

a

Ni-CD DischargING

Ni-MH DischargING

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT NiMH BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the NiMH DISCHARGE screen and set discharging
parameters. The discharging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 5.0A.
A battery’s capacity can be verified by discharging it to its minimum voltage level
and measuring the current as the battery is discharged. The discharge level can be
set from 0.1 to 25.2V.

During charging, the Jog Dial can be rotated counterclockwise to show several
parameter messages on the LCD screen, including: Ni-Cd Sensitivity, Input Power
Voltage, External & Internal Temperature, Temperature Cutoff, Safety Timer Status
and Capacity Cutoff. The charger signals when the charging (or discharging)
process is complete (if Buzzer is set to ON).

A

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A

C D

A B

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT NiCd BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the NiCd RE-PEAK screen and set re-peak parameters
to a value of between 1 and 3.

A

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Pb CHARGE
0.1A
2.0V (1P)

Pb DISCHARGE
0.1A
2.0V (1P)

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT NiCd BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the NiCd CHARGE screen and set charging parameters. The charging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 10.0A.

Ni-MH Auto Charging

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT NiMH BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the NiMH Auto CHARGE screen and set charging
parameters. The charging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 10.0A.

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT Pb BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the Pb CHARGE screen and set charging parameters.
The charging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 10.0A.


E D
C. Voltage being applied to the battery is currently 7.59V
D. Present charge level of the battery is 1082 mAh
E. Time elapsed since the charge process started is 22:43

Ni-MH Charging

A

B

NiCd Auto CHARGE
CURRENT 1.0A

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT NiMH BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the NiMH CHARGE screen and set charging parameters. The charging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 10.0A.

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B

Pb Charging

B

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT NiCd BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the NiCd Auto CHARGE screen and set charging
parameters. The charging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 10.0A.


E D
C. Voltage being applied to the battery is currently 7.59V
D. Present charge level of the battery is 1082 mAh
E. Time elapsed since the charge process started is 22:43

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To select values other than the existing parameter:
• Press the Jog Dial so the cycle type (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to set the cycle type as CHG>DCHG or DCHG>CHG
• Press the Jog Dial to save your choice and the number of cycles (B) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to set the cycle count between 1 to 5
• Press the Jog Dial to save the cycle count value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as CHARGE, Auto CHARGE, DISCHARGE or RE-PEAK.
To start cycling, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.

NiMH CYCLE
CHG>DCHG 5



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Li BATTERY VOLTAGE CHECKER OPERATION - USING THE BALANCE ADAPTER PORT

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT Pb BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to select Pb.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to one of the control screens (CHARGE or DISCHARGE)
to do what your battery needs.
The nature of a Lead Acid or Sealed Lead Acid battery is very different from that of
Lithium, Ni-MH or Ni-Cd batteries. The output current of a Pb battery is lower than
other batteries relative to their capacities. Furthermore, lead acid batteries can’t be
charged at a level greater than 1/10 their capacity.
For example, a 5000mAh lead acid battery can’t be charged at a rate greater than
0.5A. For more details on the charge and discharge capabilities of your battery,
please refer to the charging data supplied by the battery manufacturer.
Correctly connect your Pb battery to the charger. Press the Jog Dial and adjust
the charging parameters as needed. Press and hold the Jog Dial (approximately 3
seconds) until the screen changes to start the battery check/charge sequence.
After confirmation, charging starts and information will show on the LCD screen
(information may vary).

Ni-CD Charging

Ni-MH BATTERIES

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT NiMH BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to select
NiMH.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to one of the control screens (CHARGE, Auto CHARGE,
DISCHARGE, RE-PEAK or CYCLE) to do what your battery needs.
Correctly connect your Ni-MH battery to the charger. Press the Jog Dial and adjust
the charging parameters as needed. Press and hold the Jog Dial (approximately 3
seconds) until the screen changes to start the battery check/charge sequence.
After confirmation, charging starts and information will show on the LCD screen
(information may vary).

25

27

C

20

NiMH RE-PEAK
1

To select a value other than the existing parameter:
• Press the Jog Dial so the re-peak value (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as CHARGE, Auto CHARGE, DISCHARGE or CYCLE.
Press the Jog Dial to go to the next menu.

Ni-CD BATTERIES

C

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT LiPo BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the LiPo DISCHARGE screen and set discharging
parameters. The discharging amperage (A) can be set between 0.1 and 5.0A. Voltage (B) is dependent on the number of cells in series. For example, with Li-Po batteries these values can be from 3.7V (for 1S batteries) to 22.2V (for 6S batteries).
A battery’s capacity can be verified by discharging it to its minimum voltage level
and measuring the current as the battery is discharged.

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Pb BATTERIES

Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT NiMH BATT screen. Press the Jog Dial to go into
this menu.
Rotate the Jog Dial to go to the NiMH RE-PEAK screen and set re-peak parameters to a value of between 1 and 3.

C

To select values other than the existing parameters:
• Press the Jog Dial so the charge current value (A) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the charge current value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value and the voltage value (B) flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to INCREASE OR DECREASE the voltage (and # of cells in
series (C))
• Press the Jog Dial again to save the voltage value
If no parameters are flashing, you can rotate the Jog Dial to select another
program such as CHARGE, BALANCE, STORAGE or DISCHARGE.
To start charging, press and hold the Jog Dial for 3 seconds.

Ni-MH Re-Peak Charging

Use this menu to set a capacity limit at which the charger will stop charging a
battery. When a charge cycle starts, the charger records the battery capacity.
When the Capacity Cutoff function is set at ON, the charger will stop charging at
the capacity limit to prevent battery damage. Capacity can be adjusted between
100 and 50,000mAh.
• Press the Jog Dial so the ON/OFF value flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to select ON or OFF
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value
• Rotate the Jog Dial to select the Capacity Cutoff value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value
• Rotate the Jog Dial to select Key Beep/Buzzer

Use this menu to set the input voltage limit so an alarm will sound if the voltage
goes below the cutoff value. The voltage alarm value can be set anywhere from
10.0 to 11.0V.
To select a value other than the default parameter:
• Press the Jog Dial so the voltage value flashes
• Rotate the Jog Dial to select the voltage value
• Press the Jog Dial to save the value
• Rotate the Jog Dial to select External and Internal Temperatures


By selecting the External and Internal Temperatures Screen you can view the
current temperatures of both the battery (external) and the charger (internal).
The optional temperature sensor (DYN5033) is required for external temperature
measurement.

g

RESET FACTORY SETTINGS

h

VERSION



• Press the Jog Dial to reset the charger to factory settings
• Press the Jog Dial to select VERSION


By selecting the Version Screen you can view the version (revision number) of the
software on your charger.

You may exit this menu at any time by pressing the Mode key to return to the main menus.

The Passport™ Ultra Duo charger has the capability to read and display the individual cell voltages of a Li-Po, Li-Fe or Li-Io battery. This voltage checking function
can only be used when the charger is powered ON and not charging a battery.
To use the voltage checker, connect the balance port connector of your Li-Po, Li-Fe
or Li-Io battery to the balance adapter board connected to the Balance Circuit
Adapter Board Connector (C).
Press the Mode key until you reach the 9 main menus, then rotate the Jog Dial
to locate the PROGRAM SELECT LI BATT METER screen. Press the Jog Dial to
select LI BATT METER.
In a few moments, the charger will begin to display the cell voltages of the battery
in the following format:

3.70 3.70 0.00 V
0.00 0.00 0.00 V

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This example is for a 2S battery, so only the voltages for these two cells are
displayed. The data is presented in this format:

1–1
1–4

1–2
1-5

1–3 V
1–6 V

At this point, you can rotate the Jog Dial to see a display of the overall battery
voltage as well as the individual high- and low-cell voltage values.

MAIN 08.20V
H4.104V L4098V
You may exit this menu at any time by pressing the Mode key to return to the
main menus.

USB ACCESSORY CHARGER OPERATION (COMPATIBLE WITH iPhone and iPod DEVICES)

The Passport Ultra Duo charger has the capability to charge your iPhone, iPod or USB compatible device with the 1A USB charge port (E). To use the charging function,
simply connect a compatible charging device or cord into the charge port while the charger is powered ON. The internal USB charge port will provide up to 1A current at
5V DC.

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Troubleshooting Guide

LCD Screen Warning and Error messages shown below.
During charger operation, circuits monitor battery and charger functions. If the following messages show on the charger’s LCD screen, make the recommended responses.
If the message continues after you respond as recommended, contact your nearest Horizon Hobby customer service center for assistance.
REVERSE POLARITY

Make sure each connection polarity is correct between the power source and the charger, then between the charger and the battery

CONNECTION BREAK

Make sure the power connections are correct for charging

SHORT ERR

Make sure there are no short circuits between the poles of the battery or the battery and the charger. Replace damaged wires.

INPUT VOL ERR

Input voltage to the charger fell below the default or adjusted input voltage setting. Make sure the power source for the charger provides correct
input voltage.

VOL SELECT ERR

Incorrect setting for cell in series count (pack voltage) of a lithium battery. Make charger settings match the battery pack label cell in series count
specifications or replace the battery.

BREAK DOWN

Charger electronics require repair.

BATTERY CHECK LOW VOLTAGE

Battery voltage is lower than the value setting in the charger. Adjust settings, then make sure the battery is not damaged or replace the battery.

BATTERY CHECK HIGH VOLTAGE

Battery voltage is higher than the value setting in the charger. Adjust settings, then make sure the battery is not damaged or replace the battery.

Battery Type
Standard voltage (Volts per cell)
Max. voltage (Volts per cell)
Min. voltage (Volts per cell)

Li-Po
3.70
4.20
3.00

Li-Io
3.60
4.10
3.00

Li-Fe
3.30
3.60
2.00

Ni-MH
1.20
1.60
1.00

Ni-Cd
1.20
1.60
0.85

Pb
2.00
2.45
1.75

1 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY 

What this Warranty Covers - Horizon Hobby, Inc., (Horizon)
warrants to the original purchaser that the product purchased (the
“Product”) will be free from defects in materials and workmanship
for a period of 1 years from the date of purchase. 
What is Not Covered - This warranty is not transferable and does
not cover (i) cosmetic damage, (ii) damage due to acts of God,
accident, misuse, abuse, negligence, commercial use, or due to improper use, installation, operation or maintenance, (iii) modification
of or to any part of the Product, (iv) attempted service by anyone
other than a Horizon Hobby authorized service center, (v) Product
not purchased from an authorized Horizon dealer, or (vi) Product not
compliant with applicable technical regulations.
OTHER THAN THE EXPRESS WARRANTY ABOVE, HORIZON MAKES
NO OTHER WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, AND HEREBY
DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE. THE PURCHASER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THEY ALONE
HAVE DETERMINED THAT THE PRODUCT WILL SUITABLY MEET THE
REQUIREMENTS OF THE PURCHASER’S INTENDED USE. 
Purchaser’s Remedy - Horizon’s sole obligation and purchaser’s
sole and exclusive remedy shall be that Horizon will, at its option,
either (i) service, or (ii) replace, any Product determined by Horizon
to be defective. Horizon reserves the right to inspect any and all
Product(s) involved in a warranty claim. Service or replacement
decisions are at the sole discretion of Horizon. Proof of purchase is
required for all warranty claims.  SERVICE OR REPLACEMENT AS
PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS THE PURCHASER’S SOLE
AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY. 
Limitation of Liability - HORIZON SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR
SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
LOSS OF PROFITS OR PRODUCTION OR COMMERCIAL LOSS IN
ANY WAY, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS BASED IN
CONTRACT, WARRANTY, TORT, NEGLIGENCE, STRICT LIABILITY OR
ANY OTHER THEORY OF LIABILITY, EVEN IF HORIZON HAS BEEN
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. Further, in no
event shall the liability of Horizon exceed the individual price of the
Product on which liability is asserted. As Horizon has no control over
use, setup, final assembly, modification or misuse, no liability shall
be assumed nor accepted for any resulting damage or injury. By the
act of use, setup or assembly, the user accepts all resulting liability.
If you as the purchaser or user are not prepared to accept the
liability associated with the use of the Product, purchaser is advised
to return the Product immediately in new and unused condition to
the place of purchase.
Law - These terms are governed by Illinois law (without regard to
conflict of law principals).  This warranty gives you specific legal
rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to
state.  Horizon reserves the right to change or modify this warranty
at any time without notice.
WARRANTY SERVICES
Questions, Assistance, and Services - Your local hobby store
and/or place of purchase cannot provide warranty support or
service. Once assembly, setup or use of the Product has been

started, you must contact your local distributor or Horizon directly.
This will enable Horizon to better answer your questions and service
you in the event that you may need any assistance. For questions
or assistance, please visit our website at www.horizonhobby.com,
submit a Product Support Inquiry, or call 877.504.0233 toll free to
speak to a Product Support representative.
Inspection or Services - If this Product needs to be inspected
or serviced and is compliant in the country you live and use the
Product in, please use the Horizon Online Service Request submission process found on our website or call Horizon to obtain a Return
Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number. Pack the Product securely using a shipping carton. Please note that original boxes may
be included, but are not designed to withstand the rigors of shipping without additional protection. Ship via a carrier that provides
tracking and insurance for lost or damaged parcels, as Horizon is
not responsible for merchandise until it arrives and is accepted
at our facility. An Online Service Request is available at http://
www.horizonhobby.com/content/_service-center_render-servicecenter. If you do not have internet access, please contact Horizon
Product Support to obtain a RMA number along with instructions
for submitting your product for service. When calling Horizon, you
will be asked to provide your complete name, street address, email
address and phone number where you can be reached during business hours. When sending product into Horizon, please include your
RMA number, a list of the included items, and a brief summary of
the problem.  A copy of your original sales receipt must be included
for warranty consideration. Be sure your name, address, and RMA
number are clearly written on the outside of the shipping carton.
NOTICE: Do not ship LiPo batteries to Horizon. If you have
any issue with a LiPo battery, please contact the appropriate
Horizon Product Support office.
Warranty Requirements - For Warranty consideration, you
must include your original sales receipt verifying the proofof-purchase date. Provided warranty conditions have been met,
your Product will be serviced or replaced free of charge. Service or
replacement decisions are at the sole discretion of Horizon.
Non-Warranty Service - Should your service not be covered
by warranty, service will be completed and payment will be
required without notification or estimate of the expense unless the expense exceeds 50% of the retail purchase cost. By
submitting the item for service you are agreeing to payment of the
service without notification. Service estimates are available upon
request. You must include this request with your item submitted for
service. Non-warranty service estimates will be billed a minimum of
½ hour of labor. In addition you will be billed for return freight. Horizon accepts money orders and cashier’s checks, as well as Visa,
MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards. By submitting
any item to Horizon for service, you are agreeing to Horizon’s Terms
and Conditions found on our website http://www.horizonhobby.com/
content/_service-center_render-service-center. 
NOTICE: Horizon service is limited to Product compliant in
the country of use and ownership. If non-compliant product
is received by Horizon for service, it will be returned unserviced at the sole expense of the purchaser.

Warranty and Service Contact Information
Country of Purchase

Horizon Hobby

United States of America

Horizon Service Center
(Electronics and engines)
Horizon Product Support
(All other products)

Address

Phone Number/Email Address

4105 Fieldstone Rd
Champaign, Illinois, 61822 USA

877-504-0233
Online Repair Request: visit
www.horizonhobby.com/service
877-504-0233
productsupport@horizonhobby.com

United Kingdom

Horizon Hobby Limited

Units 1-4 , Ployters Rd, Staple Tye,
Harlow, Essex, CM18 7NS
United Kingdom

+44 (0) 1279 641 097
sales@horizonhobby.co.uk

Germany

Horizon Technischer
Service

Christian-Junge-Straße 1
25337 Elmshorn, Germany

+49 (0) 4121 2655 100
service@horizonhobby.de

France

Horizon Hobby SAS

11 Rue Georges Charpak
77127 Lieusaint, France

+33 (0) 1 60 18 34 90
infofrance@horizonhobby.com

Garantie und Service Informationen

Garantiezeitraum - Exklusive Garantie ­Horizon Hobby Inc
(Horizon) garantiert, dass das gekaufte Produkt frei von Material- und Montagefehlern ist. Der Garantiezeitraum entspricht
den gesetzlichen Bestimmung des Landes, in dem das Produkt
erworben wurde. In Deutschland beträgt der Garantiezeitraum 6
Monate und der Gewährleistungszeitraum 18 Monate nach dem
Garantiezeitraum.
Einschränkungen der Garantie - (a) Die Garantie wird nur dem
Erstkäufer (Käufer) gewährt und kann nicht übertragen werden. Der
Anspruch des Käufers besteht in der Reparatur oder dem Tausch im
Rahmen dieser Garantie. Die Garantie erstreckt sich ausschließlich
auf Produkte, die bei einem autorisierten Horizon Händler erworben
wurden. Verkäufe an dritte werden von dieser Garantie nicht
gedeckt. Garantieansprüche werden nur angenommen, wenn ein
gültiger Kaufnachweis erbracht wird. Horizon behält sich das Recht
vor, diese Garantiebestimmungen ohne Ankündigung zu ändern
oder modifizieren und widerruft dann bestehende Garantiebestimmungen.
(b) Horizon übernimmt keine Garantie für die Verkaufbarkeit des
Produktes, die Fähigkeiten und die Fitness des Verbrauchers für
einen bestimmten Einsatzzweck des Produktes. Der Käufer allein ist
dafür verantwortlich, zu prüfen, ob das Produkt seinen Fähigkeiten
und dem vorgesehenen Einsatzzweck entspricht.
(c) Ansprüche des Käufers ­Es liegt ausschließlich im Ermessen
von Horizon, ob das Produkt, bei dem ein Garantiefall festgestellt
wurde, repariert oder ausgetauscht wird. Dies sind die exklusiven
Ansprüche des Käufers, wenn ein Defekt festgestellt wird.  Horizon
behält sich vor, alle eingesetzten Komponenten zu prüfen, die in
den Garantiefall einbezogen werden können. Die Entscheidung zur
Reparatur oder zum Austausch liegt nur bei Horizon. Die Garantie
schließt kosmetische Defekte oder Defekte, hervorgerufen durch
höhere Gewalt, falsche Behandlung des Produktes, falscher
Einsatz des Produktes, kommerziellen Einsatz oder Modifikationen
irgendwelcher Art aus. Die Garantie schließt Schäden, die durch
falschen Einbau, falsche Handhabung, Unfälle, Betrieb, Service
oder Reparaturversuche, die nicht von Horizon ausgeführt wurden
aus. Rücksendungen durch den Käufer direkt an Horizon oder eine
seiner Landesvertretung bedürfen der Schriftform.
Schadensbeschränkung - Horizon ist nicht für direkte oder
indirekte Folgeschäden, Einkommensausfälle oder kommerzielle
Verluste, die in irgendeinem Zusammenhang mit dem Produkt
stehen verantwortlich, unabhängig ab ein Anspruch im Zusammenhang mit einem Vertrag, der Garantie oder der Gewährleistung
erhoben werden. Horizon wird darüber hinaus keine Ansprüche aus
einem Garantiefall akzeptieren, die über den individuellen Wert des
Produktes hinaus gehen. Horizon hat keinen Einfluss auf den Einbau, die Verwendung oder die Wartung des Produktes oder etwaiger
Produktkombinationen, die vom Käufer gewählt werden. Horizon
übernimmt keine Garantie und akzeptiert keine Ansprüche für in
der folge auftretende Verletzungen oder Beschädigungen. Mit der
Verwendung und dem Einbau des Produktes akzeptiert der Käufer
alle aufgeführten Garantiebestimmungen ohne Einschränkungen
und Vorbehalte. Wenn Sie als Käufer nicht bereit sind, diese Bestimmungen im Zusammenhang mit der Benutzung des Produktes zu
akzeptieren, werden Sie gebeten, dass Produkt in unbenutztem
Zustand in der Originalverpackung vollständig bei dem Verkäufer
zurückzugeben.

Sicherheitshinweise - Dieses ist ein hochwertiges Hobby Produkt
und kein Spielzeug. Es muss mit Vorsicht und Umsicht eingesetzt
werden und erfordert einige mechanische wie auch mentale
Fähigkeiten. Ein Versagen, das Produkt sicher und umsichtig zu
betreiben kann zu Verletzungen von Lebewesen und Sachbeschädigungen erheblichen Ausmaßes führen. Dieses Produkt ist nicht
für den Gebrauch durch Kinder ohne die Aufsicht eines Erziehungsberechtigten vorgesehen. Die Anleitung enthält Sicherheitshinweise
und Vorschriften sowie Hinweise für die Wartung und den Betrieb
des Produktes. Es ist unabdingbar, diese Hinweise vor der ersten
Inbetriebnahme zu lesen und zu verstehen. Nur so kann der falsche
Umgang verhindert und Unfälle mit Verletzungen und Beschädigungen vermieden werden.
Fragen, Hilfe und Reparaturen - Ihr lokaler Fachhändler und die
Verkaufstelle können eine Garantiebeurteilung ohne Rücksprache
mit Horizon nicht durchführen. Dies gilt auch für Garantiereparaturen. Deshalb kontaktieren Sie in einem solchen Fall den Händler,
der sich mit Horizon kurz schließen wird, um eine sachgerechte
Entscheidung zu fällen, die Ihnen schnellst möglich hilft.
Wartung und Reparatur - Muss Ihr Produkt gewartet oder
repariert werden, wenden Sie sich entweder an Ihren Fachhändler
oder direkt an Horizon. Rücksendungen/Reparaturen werden nur
mit einer von Horizon vergebenen RMA Nummer bearbeitet. Diese
Nummer erhalten Sie oder ihr Fachhändler vom technischen
Service. Mehr Informationen dazu erhalten Sie im Serviceportal
unter www. Horizonhobby.de oder telefonisch bei dem technischen
Service von Horizon. Packen Sie das Produkt sorgfältig ein.
Beachten Sie, dass der Originalkarton in der Regel nicht ausreicht,
um beim Versand nicht beschädigt zu werden. Verwenden Sie einen
Paketdienstleister mit einer Tracking Funktion und Versicherung, da
Horizon bis zur Annahme keine Verantwortung für den Versand des
Produktes übernimmt. Bitte legen Sie dem Produkt einen Kaufbeleg
bei, sowie eine ausführliche Fehlerbeschreibung und eine Liste aller
eingesendeten Einzelkomponenten. Weiterhin benötigen wir die
vollständige Adresse, eine Telefonnummer für Rückfragen, sowie
eine Email Adresse.
Garantie und Reparaturen - Garantieanfragen werden nur
bearbeitet, wenn ein Originalkaufbeleg von einem autorisierten
Fachhändler beiliegt, aus dem der Käufer und das Kaufdatum
hervorgeht. Sollte sich ein Garantiefall bestätigen wird das Produkt
repariert oder ersetzt. Diese Entscheidung obliegt einzig Horizon
Hobby.
Kostenpflichtige Reparaturen - Liegt eine kostenpflichtige
Reparatur vor, erstellen wir einen Kostenvoranschlag, den wir
Ihrem Händler übermitteln. Die Reparatur wird erst vorgenommen,
wenn wir die Freigabe des Händlers erhalten. Der Preis für die
Reparatur ist bei Ihrem Händler zu entrichten. Bei kostenpflichtigen
Reparaturen werden mindestens 30 Minuten Werkstattzeit und
die Rückversandkosten in Rechnung gestellt. Sollten wir nach 90
Tagen keine Einverständniserklärung zur Reparatur vorliegen haben,
behalten wir uns vor, das Produkt zu vernichten oder anderweitig
zu verwerten.
Achtung: Kostenpflichtige Reparaturen nehmen wir nur
für Elektronik und Motoren vor. Mechanische Reparaturen,
besonders bei Hubschraubern und RC-Cars sind extrem aufwendig und müssen deshalb vom Käufer selbst vorgenommen werden.

Garantie und Service Kontaktinformationen
Land des Kauf

Horizon Hobby

Adresse

Telefon/Email Adresse

Deutschland

Horizon Technischer Service

Christian-Junge-Straße 1
25337 Elmshorn, Germany

+49 (0) 4121 2655 100
service@horizonhobby.de

Kundendienstinformationen
Land des Kauf

Horizon Hobby

Adresse

Telefon/Email Adresse

Deutschland

Horizon Hobby GmbH

Christian-Junge-Straße 1
25337 Elmshorn, Germany

+49 (0) 4121 2655 100
service@horizonhobby.de

Rechtliche Informationen für die Europäische Union

Parts Contact Information
Country of Purchase

Horizon Hobby

Address

Phone Number/Email Address

Sales

4105 Fieldstone Rd
Champaign, Illinois, 61822 USA

800-338-4639
sales@horizonhobby.com

United Kingdom

Horizon Hobby Limited

Units 1-4, Ployters Rd, Staple Tye
Harlow, Essex, CM18 7NS
United Kingdom

+44 (0) 1279 641 097
sales@horizonhobby.co.uk

Germany

Horizon Hobby GmbH

Christian-Junge-Straße 1
25337 Elmshorn, Germany

+49 (0) 4121 2655 100
service@horizonhobby.de

Horizon Hobby SAS

11 Rue Georges Charpak
77127 Lieusaint, France

+33 (0) 1 60 18 34 90
infofrance@horizonhobby.com

United States of America

France

FCC Information

Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications.

Compliance Information for the European Union
Declaration of Conformity (in accordance with ISO/IEC 17050-1)
No. HH2012101001
Product(s):
Item Number(s):

No. HH2012101001
Horizon Hobby GmbH
Christian-Junge-Straße 1
D-25337 Elmshorn
erklärt das Produkt:
declares the product:

DYN 200WX2 Multi Chemistry Dual AC/DC Battery Charger, DYN4300EU, DYN4300UK
DYN 200WX2 Multi Chemistry Dual AC/DC Battery Charger, DYN4300EU, DYN4300UK

den übrigen einschlägigen Bestimmungen des EMV-Richtlinie 2004/108/EC und LVD-Richtlinie 2006/95/EC.
complies with the essential requirements of the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC and LVD Directive 2006/95/EC.
Angewendete harmonisierte Normen:
Harmonized standards applied:
EN55022: 2010
EN55024: 2010
EN61000-3-2:2006+A1:2009+A2:2009
EN61000-3-3:2008
EN60335-1: 2002+A11:2004+A1:2004+A12:2006+A2:2006+A13:2008+A14:2010+A15:2011
EN60335-2-29:2004+A2:2010

DYN 200WX2 Multi Chemistry Dual AC/DC Battery Charger
DYN4300EU, DYN4300UK

The object of declaration described above is in conformity with the requirements of the specifications listed below, following the provisions of
the European EMC Directive 2004/108/EC and LVD Directive 2006/95/EC:
EN55022: 2010
EN55024: 2010
EN61000-3-2:2006+A1:2009+A2:2009
EN61000-3-3:2008
EN60335-1: 2002+A11:2004+A1:2004+A12:2006+A2:2006+A13:2008+A14:2010+A15:2011
EN60335-2-29:2004+A2:2010
Signed for and on behalf of:
Horizon Hobby, Inc.
Champaign, IL USA
Oct 10, 2012

Konformitätserklärung laut Allgemeine Anforderungen (ISO/IEC 17050-1:2004, korrigierte Fassung 2007-06-15); Deutsche
und Englische Fassung EN ISO/IEC 17050-1:2010
Declaration of conformity (in accordance with ISO/IEC 17050-1)

Steven A. Hall
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
International Operations and Risk Management
Horizon Hobby, Inc.

Instructions for disposal of WEEE by users in the European Union
This product must not be disposed of with other waste. Instead, it is the user’s responsibility to dispose of their waste equipment
by handing it over to a designated collections point for the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment. The separate
collection and recycling of your waste equipment at the time of disposal will help to conserve natural resources and ensure that
it is recycled in a manner that protects human health and the environment. For more information about where you can drop off your waste
equipment for recycling, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or where you purchased the product.

Elmshorn
10.10.2012

Steven A. Hall
Geschäftsführer
Managing Director

Birgit Schamuhn
Geschäftsführerin
Managing Director

Horizon Hobby GmbH; Christian-Junge-Straße 1; D-25337 Elmshorn
HR Pi: HRB 1909; UStlDNr,:DE812678792; STR.NR.L 1829812324
Geschäftsführer: Birgit Schamuhn, Steven A. Hall -- Tel.: +49 (0) 4121 2655 100 • Fax: +49 (0) 4121 2655 111
eMail: info@horizonhobby.de; Internet: www.horizonhobby.de
Es gelten unsere allgemeinen Geschäftsbedingungen, die in unseren Geschäftsräumen eingesehen weden können.
Eare bleibt bis zur vollstandigen Bezahlung Eigentum der Horizon Hobby GmbH

Anweisungen zur Entsorgung von Elektro—und Elektronik-Altgeräten für Benutzer in der Europäischen Union
Dieses Produkt darf nicht zusammen mit anderem Abfall entsorgt werden. Stattdessen ist der Benutzer dafür verantwortlich,
unbrauchbare Geräte durch Abgabe bei einer speziellen Sammelstelle für das Recycling von unbrauchbaren elektrischen und
elektronischen Geräten zu entsorgen. Die separate Sammlung und das Recycling von unbrauchbaren Geräten zum Zeitpunkt
der Entsorgung hilft, natürliche Ressourcen zu bewahren und sicherzustellen, dass Geräte auf eine Weise wiederverwertet werden, bei der
die menschliche Gesundheit und die Umwelt geschützt werden. Weitere Informationen dazu, wo Sie unbrauchbare Geräte zum Recycling
abgeben können, erhalten Sie bei lokalen Ämtern, bei der Müllabfuhr für Haushaltsmüll sowie dort, wo Sie das Produkt gekauft haben.

Garantie et réparations

Durée de la garantie - Garantie exclusive - Horizon Hobby,
Inc. (Horizon) garantit que le Produit acheté (le « Produit ») sera
exempt de défauts matériels et de fabrication à sa date d’achat par
l’Acheteur. La durée de garantie correspond aux dispositions légales
du pays dans lequel le produit a été acquis. La durée de garantie
est de 6 mois et la durée d’obligation de garantie de 18 mois à
l’expiration de la période de garantie.
Limitations de la garantie - (a) La garantie est donnée à
l’acheteur initial (« Acheteur ») et n’est pas transférable. Le recours
de l’acheteur consiste en la réparation ou en l‘échange dans le
cadre de cette garantie. La garantie s’applique uniquement aux
produits achetés chez un revendeur Horizon agréé. Les ventes
faites à des tiers ne sont pas couvertes par cette garantie. Les
revendications en garantie seront acceptées sur fourniture d’une
preuve d’achat valide uniquement. Horizon se réserve le droit de
modifier les dispositions de la présente garantie sans avis préalable
et révoque alors les dispositions de garantie existantes.
(b) Horizon n’endosse aucune garantie quant à la vendabilité du
produit ou aux capacités et à la forme physique de l’utilisateur pour
une utilisation donnée du produit. Il est de la seule responsabilité de
l’acheteur de vérifier si le produit correspond à ses capacités et à
l’utilisation prévue.
(c) Recours de l’acheteur – Il est de la seule discrétion d‘Horizon de
déterminer si un produit présentant un cas de garantie sera réparé
ou échangé. Ce sont là les recours exclusifs de l’acheteur lorsqu’un
défaut est constaté.
Horizon se réserve la possibilité de vérifier tous les éléments utilisés
et susceptibles d’être intégrés dans le cas de garantie. La décision
de réparer ou de remplacer le produit est du seul ressort d’Horizon.
La garantie exclut les défauts esthétiques ou les défauts provoqués
par des cas de force majeure, une manipulation incorrecte du
produit, une utilisation incorrecte ou commerciale de ce dernier ou
encore des modifications de quelque nature qu’elles soient.
La garantie ne couvre pas les dégâts résultant d’un montage ou
d’une manipulation erronés, d’accidents ou encore du fonctionnement ainsi que des tentatives d’entretien ou de réparation
non effectuées par Horizon. Les retours effectués par le fait de
l’acheteur directement à Horizon ou à l’une de ses représentations
nationales requièrent une confirmation écrite.
Limitation des dégâts - Horizon ne saurait être tenu pour responsable de dommages conséquents directs ou indirects, de pertes de
revenus ou de pertes commerciales, liés de quelque manière que
ce soit au produit et ce, indépendamment du fait qu’un recours
puisse être formulé en relation avec un contrat, la garantie ou
l’obligation de garantie. Par ailleurs, Horizon n’acceptera pas de
recours issus d’un cas de garantie lorsque ces recours dépassent
la valeur unitaire du produit. Horizon n’exerce aucune influence
sur le montage, l’utilisation ou la maintenance du produit ou sur
d’éventuelles combinaisons de produits choisies par l’acheteur.
Horizon ne prend en compte aucune garantie et n‘accepte aucun
recours pour les blessures ou les dommages pouvant en résulter.
En utilisant et en montant le produit, l’acheteur accepte sans
restriction ni réserve toutes les dispositions relatives à la garantie
figurant dans le présent document.
Si vous n’êtes pas prêt, en tant qu’acheteur, à accepter ces dispositions en relation avec l’utilisation du produit, nous vous demandons
de restituer au vendeur le produit complet, non utilisé et dans son
emballage d’origine.

Indications relatives à la sécurité - Ceci est un produit de loisirs
perfectionné et non un jouet. Il doit être utilisé avec précaution
et bon sens et nécessite quelques aptitudes mécaniques ainsi
que mentales. L’incapacité à utiliser le produit de manière sûre et
raisonnable peut provoquer des blessures et des dégâts matériels
conséquents. Ce produit n’est pas destiné à être utilisé par des
enfants sans la surveillance par un tuteur. La notice d’utilisation
contient des indications relatives à la sécurité ainsi que des indications concernant la maintenance et le fonctionnement du produit.
Il est absolument indispensable de lire et de comprendre ces
indications avant la première mise en service. C’est uniquement
ainsi qu’il sera possible d’éviter une manipulation erronée et des
accidents entraînant des blessures et des dégâts.
Questions, assistance et réparations - Votre revendeur spécialisé local et le point de vente ne peuvent effectuer une estimation
d’éligibilité à l’application de la garantie sans avoir consulté Horizon.
Cela vaut également pour les réparations sous garantie. Vous
voudrez bien, dans un tel cas, contacter le revendeur qui conviendra
avec Horizon d’une décision appropriée, destinée à vous aider le
plus rapidement possible.
Maintenance et réparation - Si votre produit doit faire l’objet
d’une maintenance ou d‘une réparation, adressez-vous soit à votre
revendeur spécialisé, soit directement à Horizon. Emballez le produit
soigneusement. Veuillez noter que le carton d‘emballage d’origine
ne suffit pas, en règle générale, à protéger le produit des dégâts
pouvant survenir pendant le transport. Faites appel à un service
de messagerie proposant une fonction de suivi et une assurance,
puisque Horizon ne prend aucune responsabilité pour l’expédition
du produit jusqu’à sa réception acceptée. Veuillez joindre une
preuve d’achat, une description détaillée des défauts ainsi qu’une
liste de tous les éléments distincts envoyés. Nous avons de plus
besoin d’une adresse complète, d’un numéro de téléphone (pour
demander des renseignements) et d’une adresse de courriel.
Garantie et réparations - Les demandes en garantie seront
uniquement traitées en présence d’une preuve d’achat originale
émanant d’un revendeur spécialisé agréé, sur laquelle figurent le
nom de l’acheteur ainsi que la date d’achat. Si le cas de garantie
est confirmé, le produit sera réparé Cette décision relève uniquement de Horizon Hobby.
Réparations payantes - En cas de réparation payante, nous
établissons un devis que nous transmettons à votre revendeur. La
réparation sera seulement effectuée après que nous ayons reçu la
confirmation du revendeur. Le prix de la réparation devra être acquitté au revendeur. Pour les réparations payantes, nous facturons
au minimum 30 minutes de travail en atelier ainsi que les frais de
réexpédition. En l’absence d’un accord pour la réparation dans un
délai de 90 jours, nous nous réservons la possibilité de détruire le
produit ou de l’utiliser autrement.
Attention: Nous n’effectuons de réparations payantes
que pour les composants électroniques et les moteurs. Les
réparations touchant à la mécanique, en particulier celles
des hélicoptères et des voitures radiocommandées, sont
extrêmement coûteuses et doivent par conséquent être effectuées par l’acheteur lui-même.

Coordonnées de Garantie et réparations

Durata della Garanzia

Periodo di garanzia - Garanzia esclusiva - Horizon Hobby, Inc.,
(Horizon) garantisce che i prodotti acquistati (il “Prodotto”) sono
privi di difetti relativi ai materiali e di eventuali errori di montaggio.
Il periodo di garanzia è conforme alle disposizioni legali del paese
nel quale il prodotto è stato acquistato. Tale periodo di garanzia ammonta a 6 mesi e si estende ad altri 18 mesi dopo tale termine.
Limiti della garanzia - (a) La garanzia è limitata all’acquirente
originale (Acquirente) e non è cedibile a terzi. L’acquirente ha il
diritto a far riparare o a far sostituire la merce durante il periodo
di questa garanzia. La garanzia copre solo quei prodotti acquistati
presso un rivenditore autorizzato Horizon. Altre transazioni di terze
parti non sono coperte da questa garanzia. La prova di acquisto
è necessaria per far valere il diritto di garanzia. Inoltre, Horizon si
riserva il diritto di cambiare o modificare i termini di questa garanzia
senza alcun preavviso e di escludere tutte le altre garanzie già
esistenti.
(b) Horizon non si assume alcuna garanzia per la disponibilità del
prodotto, per l’adeguatezza o l’idoneità del prodotto a particolari
previsti dall’utente. è sola responsabilità dell’acquirente il fatto di
verificare se il prodotto è adatto agli scopi da lui previsti.
(c) Richiesta dell’acquirente – spetta soltanto a Horizon, a propria
discrezione riparare o sostituire qualsiasi prodotto considerato
difettoso e che rientra nei termini di garanzia. queste sono le
uniche rivalse a cui l’acquirente si può appellare, se un prodotto è
difettoso.
Horizon si riserva il diritto di controllare qualsiasi componente
utilizzato che viene coinvolto nella rivalsa di garanzia. Le decisioni
relative alla sostituzione o alla riparazione avvengono solo in base
alla discrezione di Horizon. Questa garanzia non copre dei danni
superficiali o danni per cause di forza maggiore, uso errato del
prodotto, negligenza, uso ai fini commerciali, o una qualsiasi modifica a qualsiasi parte del prodotto.
Questa garanzia non copre danni dovuti ad una installazione errata,
ad un funzionamento errato, ad una manutenzione o un tentativo
di riparazione non idonei a cura di soggetti diversi da Horizon. La
restituzione del prodotto a cura dell’acquirente, o da un suo rappresentante, deve essere approvata per iscritto dalla Horizon.
Limiti di danno - Horizon non si riterrà responsabile per danni
speciali, diretti, indiretti o consequenziali; perdita di profitto o di
produzione; perdita commerciale connessa al prodotto, indipendentemente dal fatto che la richiesta si basa su un contratto o sulla
garanzia. Inoltre la responsabilità di Horizon non supera mai in
nessun caso il prezzo di acquisto del prodotto per il quale si chiede
la responsabilità. Horizon non ha alcun controllo sul montaggio,
sull’utilizzo o sulla manutenzione del prodotto o di combinazioni di
vari prodotti. Quindi Horizon non accetta nessuna responsabilità
per danni o lesioni derivanti da tali circostanze. Con l’utilizzo e il
montaggio del prodotto l’utente acconsente a tutte le condizioni,
limitazioni e riserve di garanzia citate in questa sede. Qualora
l’utente non fosse pronto ad assumersi tale responsabilità associata
all’uso del prodotto, si suggerisce di di restituire il prodotto intatto,
mai usato e immediatamente presso il venditore.

Indicazioni di sicurezza - Questo è un prodotto sofisticato di
hobbistica e non è un giocattolo. Esso deve essere manipolato
con cautela, con giudizio e richiede delle conoscenze basilari di
meccanica e delle facoltà mentali di base. Se il prodotto non verrà
manipolato in maniera sicura e responsabile potrebbero risultare
delle lesioni, dei gravi danni a persone, al prodotto o all’ambiente
circostante. Questo prodotto non è concepito per essere usato dai
bambini senza una diretta supervisione di un adulto. Il manuale
del prodotto contiene le istruzioni di sicurezza, di funzionamento
e di manutenzione del prodotto stesso. È fondamentale leggere e
seguire tutte le istruzioni e le avvertenze nel manuale prima di mettere in funzione il prodotto. Solo così si eviterà un utilizzo errato e di
preverranno incidenti, lesioni o danni.
Domande, assistenza e riparazioni - Il vostro negozio locale
e/o luogo di acquisto non possono fornire garanzie di assistenza o
riparazione senza previo colloquio con Horizon. questo vale anche
per le riparazioni in garanzia. Quindi in tale casi bisogna interpellare
un rivenditore, che si metterà in contatto subito con Horizon per
prendere una decisione che vi possa aiutare nel più breve tempo
possibile.
Manutenzione e riparazione - Se il prodotto deve essere ispezionato o riparato, si prega di rivolgersi ad un rivenditore specializzato
o direttamente ad Horizon. il prodotto deve essere Imballato con
cura. Bisogna far notare che i box originali solitamente non sono
adatti per effettuare una spedizione senza subire alcun danno.
Bisogna effettuare una spedizione via corriere che fornisce una
tracciabilità e un’assicurazione, in quanto Horizon non si assume alcuna responsabilità in relazione alla spedizione del prodotto. Inserire
il prodotto in una busta assieme ad una descrizione dettagliata degli
errori e ad una lista di tutti i singoli componenti spediti. Inoltre abbiasmo bisogno di un indirizzo completo, di un numnero di telefono
per chiedere ulteriori domande e di un indirizzo e-mail.
Garanzia a riparazione - Le richieste in garanzia verranno
elaborate solo se è presente una prova d’acquisto in originale
proveniente da un rivenditore specializzato autorizzato, nella quale
è ben visibile la data di acquisto. Se la garanzia viene confermata,
allora il prodotto verrà riparato o sostituito. Questa decisione spetta
esclusivamente a Horizon Hobby.
Riparazioni a pagamento - Se bisogna effettuare una
riparazione a pagamento, effettueremo un preventivo che verrà
inoltrato al vostro rivenditore. La riparazione verrà effettuata dopo
l’autorizzazione da parte del vostro rivenditore. La somma per la
riparazione dovrà essere pagata al vostro rivenditore. Le riparazioni
a pagamento avranno un costo minimo di 30 minuti di lavoro e in
fattura includeranno le spese di restituzione. Qualsiasi riparazione
non pagata e non richiesta entro 90 giorni verrà considerata abbandonata e verrà gestita di conseguenza.
ATTENZIONE: Le riparazioni a pagamento sono disponibili
solo sull’elettronica e sui motori. Le riparazioni a livello
meccanico, soprattutto per gli elicotteri e le vetture RC sono
molto costose e devono essere effettuate autonomamente
dall’acquirente.

Garanzia e Revisiona informazioni per i contatti
Stato de acquistato

Horizon Hobby

Indirizzo

Telefono/Indirizzo e-mail

Germania

Horizon Technischer Service

Christian-Junge-Straße 1
25337 Elmshorn, Germany

+49 (0) 4121 2655 100
service@horizonhobby.de

Informazioni di Servizio clienti

Pays d’achat

Horizon Hobby

Adresse

Numéro de téléphone/Courriel

Stato de acquistato

Horizon Hobby

Indirizzo

Telefono/Indirizzo e-mail

France

Horizon Hobby SAS

11 Rue Georges Charpak
77127 Lieusaint, France

+33 (0) 1 60 18 34 90
infofrance@horizonhobby.com

Germania

Horizon Hobby GmbH

Christian-Junge-Straße 1
25337 Elmshorn, Germany

+49 (0) 4121 2655 100
service@horizonhobby.de

Informations de contact pour les pièces

Informazioni sulla conformità per l’Unione Europea

Pays d’achat

Horizon Hobby

Adresse

Numéro de téléphone/Courriel

France

Horizon Hobby SAS

11 Rue Georges Charpak
77127 Lieusaint, France

+33 (0) 1 60 18 34 90
infofrance@horizonhobby.com

Informations de conformité pour l’Union européenne
Déclaration de conformité (conformément à la norme ISO/IEC 17050-1)

No. HH2012101001
Prodotto(i):
Numero(i) articolo:

DYN 200WX2 Multi Chemistry Dual AC/DC Battery Charger
DYN4300EU, DYN4300UK

Gli oggetti presentati nella dichiarazione sopra citata sono conformi ai requisiti delle specifiche elencate qui di seguito, seguendo le disposizioni della direttiva europea EMC 2004/108/EC e LVD 2006/95/EC:

No. HH2012101001
Produit(s):
Numéro(s) d’article:

Dichiarazione di conformità (in conformità con ISO/IEC 17050-1)

DYN 200WX2 Multi Chemistry Dual AC/DC Battery Charger
DYN4300EU, DYN4300UK

EN55022: 2010
EN55024: 2010

L’objet de la déclaration décrit ci-dessus est en conformité avec les exigences des spécifications énumérées ci-après, suivant les conditions
de la directive CEM 2004/108/EC et LVD 2006/95/EC:

EN61000-3-2:2006+A1:2009+A2:2009
EN61000-3-3:2008

EN55022: 2010
EN55024: 2010

EN60335-1: 2002+A11:2004+A1:2004+A12:2006+A2:2006+A13:2008+A14:2010+A15:2011
EN60335-2-29:2004+A2:2010

EN61000-3-2:2006+A1:2009+A2:2009
EN61000-3-3:2008

Firmato per conto di:

EN60335-1: 2002+A11:2004+A1:2004+A12:2006+A2:2006+A13:2008+A14:2010+A15:2011
EN60335-2-29:2004+A2:2010

Signé en nom et pour le compte de:
Horizon Hobby, Inc.
Champaign, IL USA
10.10.2012

Steven A. Hall
Vice-Président, Directeur Général
Gestion Internationale des Activités et des Risques
Horizon Hobby, Inc.

Elimination dans l’Union Européenne
Ce produit ne doit pas être éliminé avec les ordures ménagères. Il est de la responsabilité de l‘utilisateur de remettre le
produit à un point de collecte officiel des déchets d’équipements électriques. Cette procédure permet de garantir le respect de
l’environnement et l’absence de sollicitation excessive des ressources naturelles. Elle protège de plus le bien-être de la communauté humaine. Pour plus d’informations quant aux lieux d’éliminations des déchets d‘équipements électriques, vous pouvez contacter
votre mairie ou le service local de traitement des ordures ménagères.

Horizon Hobby, Inc.
Champaign, IL USA
10.10.2012

Steven A. Hall
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
International Operations and Risk Management
Horizon Hobby, Inc.

Istruzioni del RAEE per lo smaltimento da parte di utenti dell’Unione Europea
Questo prodotto non deve essere smaltito assieme ai rifiuti domestici. Al contrario, l’utente è responsabile dello smaltimento
di tali rifiuti che devono essere portati in un centro di raccolta designato per il riciclaggio di rifiuti elettrici e apparecchiature
elettroniche. La raccolta differenziata e il riciclaggio di tali rifiuti provenienti da apparecchiature nel momento dello smaltimento
aiuteranno a preservare le risorse naturali e garantiranno un riciclaggio adatto a proteggere il benessere dell’uomo e dell’ambiente. Per
maggiori informazioni sui centri di raccolta, contattare il proprio ufficio locale, il servizio di smaltimento rifiuti o il negozio presso il quale è
stato acquistato il prodotto.

©2012 Horizon Hobby Inc.
Dynamite, Passport, EC3 and the Horizon Hobby logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Horizon Hobby, Inc.
iPhone and iPod are trademarks of Apple, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Microsoft®, Windows XP® and Windows Vista® are
registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation.
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