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Powerizer e3 Lipo Balance Charger for 7.4V and 11.1V LiPo battery - CE / FCC

Your Price: $19.95
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Product ID # 8325
Part Number:
CH-LIE3



Features  

Feature
  • Powerizer e3 Charger is an ecomnomic, high quality 100-240V AC balance charger, designed for charging LiPo batteries from 2-3 cells in balance mode.
  • There are no buttons on the charger, so simply wait the charger's green lights come on, that means the battery is ready. It takes about 1-1.5 hours to charge a 11.1V 2200mah Li-Po Battery Pack.
Input
  • Voltage: 100 -240VAC, 50/60Hz
  • AC power plug type: USA
Output
  • The circuit power is 11W
  • Cell Terminate Voltage: 4.2V
  • Max Charging current: 1.2A
    • Charge time = (Ah rate of battery pack x 1.5) / 1.2A charge current
Dimension(LxWxH) 88mm X 57mm  X 35mm (3.5" x 2.3" x 1.4")
Weight 103g (3.64 oz)
Certification CE / FCC Listed

ChargeProcedures

  • Insert the AC power cord into the charger
  • Insert the AC power cord into a wall socket. All LEDs will light green and flash red to indicate the charger is ready to charge
  • Connect the battery balance wire to balance port which is in front of the charger. After 2 seconds, the charger detects the voltage of the battery and starts to charge.
  • The charger starts charging. The LEDs will turn constant RED.
    • 2-cell battery: Cell 1 and Cell 2 LEDs will turn constant RED.
    • 3-cell battery: Cell 1, Cell 2 and Cell 3 LEDs will turn constant RED.
  • Finshes Charging, the LEDs will turn constant Green.
    • 2-cell battery: Cell 1 and Cell 2 LEDs will turn constant Green.
    • 3-cell battery: Cell 1, Cell 2 and Cell 3 LEDs will turn constant Green.
  • Unplug the battery from the charger and the charger status LED will stay Green and flash RED which indicates the charger is ready to charge another battery.

LED Indicator

  • LED stays green and flashes red : The charger is ready to charge
  • LED glows constant red: The charger is charging.
  • LED glows constant Green: The charging process finishes.
  • Error: all LEDs will flash red to alert you. In this case, please disconnected the power cord from the wall socket and unplug the battery from the charger.
  • All LEDs flashes red once and stop 1 second in cycle: The battery connects incorrectly.
  • All LEDs flashes red twices and stop 1 second in cycle: The charger encounters overload or short circuit.
  • All LEDs flashes red 4 times and stop 1 second in cycle: The voltage of single cell is too high or too low.
  • All LEDs flashes red 6 times and stop 1 second in cycle: There is a 300m (300 m = 328 yd) (300 m (300 m = 328 yd) = 328 yd (328 yd = 300 m))v difference of voltage between battery pack.

Warnings

  • If you unplug the battery while charging, the charger will stop charging automatically and enter into standby status.
  • If the charger encounters overload or short circuit while charging, the charger will stop charging and 3 LEDs will flash red.

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