NC2600 Manual - SkyRC Technology Co.,Ltd.

NC2600
Multi Functions Charger & Analyzer
for AA/AAANiMH/NiCd BATTERY
Instruction Manual
[Version 1.0]
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7504-0770-01
Printed in China
2016.06
RoHS
FCC ID: REY-NC2600
Index
Introduction & General Precautions
Introduction
02
General Precautions
02
Features
03
Specification
03
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing the SKYRC NC2600 Charger-Analyzer which enables quick and optimum
charging of “AA” and “AAA” rechargeable batteries. With charging ,discharging, refresh & analyze,
break-in and cycle functions as well as individual LCD displays for operation status; this unit is
reliable, user-friendly and ideal for use in the home, office or on a trip. Please read these instructions
carefully and thoroughly before operating this unit.
InformationDisplayOnCharger &SmartPhone
04
Slot Number Button
General Battery Knowledge
04
LCD Display
Modes Of Operation
05
Up
Button
Operations Steps
06
Display Information
08
Charging Time With Various Charging Current
09
Battery
Bays
12V DC Jack
Bluetooth
Indicator
Anti Skid
Rubber
Down
Button
USB Power
5V/2.1A
Enter Button
Operation with iPhone & iPad
09
Operation with Android Phone
11
Conformity Declaration
13
Liability Exclusion
14
Warranty And Service
14
TiltStand
Smart
Ventilation Fan
WARNING
THIS CHARGER IS RESTRICTED TO CHARGING NICD AND NIMH RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES ONLY.
NEVER ADOPT THIS CHARGER TO OTHER TYPES OF BATTERIES SUCH AS ALKALINE, LITHIUM,
CARBON ZINC OR OTHER TYPES THAT ARE NOT SPECIFIED.
OPERATING THIS PRODUCT INCORRECTLY CAN CAUSE FIRE AND DAMAGE TO THE BATTERIES.
READ MANUAL COMPLETELY BEFORE USE.
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
Do not charge battery cells other than NiMH or NiCd. Please check with the battery
manufacturer to ensure it can accept the programmed charging and discharging rates. Do not
expose the unit to rain or moisture due to the risk of fire.
Do not operate the charger if it appears damaged in any way.
Always place the battery cells with positive tip facing the top. Incorrect polarity may cause fire
or explosion. Observe polarity diagrams located on the charger.
Do not allow the unit to be exposed to direct sunlight. Operate in well-ventilated area. Do not
place unit on the carpet.
Do not allow the battery terminals to become shorted.
Use only the supplied adapter or optional car adapter.
The rechargeable batteries may become hot during charging(especially when high charging
current is chosen). User shall take extra care when taking out the batteries after charging.
Unplug the charging unit from the power source when not in use.
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Features & Specification
General Battery Knowledge
FEATURES
INFORMATIONDISPLAYONCHARGER &SMARTPHONE
Four independent slots
There are four independent charger-analyzers for AA and AAA NiMH/NiCd batteries.
Larger LCD display with backlit for easy reading.
Digitally display various modes during operation. Also the charging current (in mA),
accumulated charging capacity (in mAh), the voltage (in Volt) and time elapsed (in hh:mm)
Seven buttons for easy programming and operation
Four Slot Number Buttons (SNB) to display individual slot operation data during the various
operation mode, and other three buttons for programming and operation.
Five modes of operation: Charge, Refresh & Analyze, Break-In, Discharge and Cycle.
Turbo fast charging - 60 minutes to charge up 2600 mAh battery
Charging current from 200mA to 2600mA.
Discharging current from 100mA to 1000mA.
Smart phone control-support both iPhone and Android smart phone
Negative delta peak value adjustment via smart phone
Battery internal resistance and voltage graphic can be displayed via smart phone
USB ports, 5V 2.1A for charging iPad, smart phone, MP3 and digital camera
Smart cooling fan
Worldwide voltage AC adaptor (AC Input: 100-240V; DC Output: 12V / 2.5A)
Damaged battery detection: To ensure safety, the charger performs an “impedance check” at the
beginning of the program. If the NiMH batteries are totally damaged (no voltage), there will be
no display in the screen. If the NiMH batteries are with large resistance, it will display R000 for 2
seconds, and then the charger will start working.
Built-In PTC thermistor to avoid over heat and independent negative delta V eliminates over and
undercharging.
Firmware is ungradable via smart phone.
SPECIFICATION
Stand Alone Mode
Smart Phone Control Mode
Charging Current
0.2-2.6A
0.2-2.6A
Delta Peak
5mV
3-15mV
Discharging Current:
0.1-1.0A
0.1-1.0A
Discharging Termination Voltage
0.9V
0.5-1.0V
Battery Capacity Range
500mAh-3500mAh
500mAh-3500mAh
No. of Cycle
1-12
1-12
Top off Charging Current
100mA
100mA
Maintenance Charging Current (Trickle)
30mA
30mA
Temperature Protection
55℃
55-70℃
Input Power
12V/2.5A
USB Power
5V/2.1A
Weight
360g
Dimensions(LxWxH)
154x104x51mm
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
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Stand Alone Mode
Smart Phone Control Mode
Charge/Discharge Mode
Yes
Yes
Charge/Discharge Time
Yes
Yes
Charger Status
Yes
Yes
Charge/Discharge Capacity
Yes
Yes
Charge/Discharge Current
Yes
Yes
Battery Voltage
Yes
Yes
Battery Temperature
Not Available
Yes
Battery Internal Resistance
Not Available
Yes
Battery Voltage Graphic
Not Available
Yes
GENERAL BATTERY KNOWLEDGE
Battery Capacity(mAh):
Milliamp hours: mAh is the capacity of the battery or the amount of charge added to a battery.
What is 0.1C, 0.2C, etc?
“C” stands for the battery capacity and the number in front of it is the fraction of the battery capacity. For
example, 0.1C means 0.1 times the capacity for the battery. For a 2700mAh battery, 0.1C would be 0.1
times 2700mAh which equals 270mA.
Choosing the right charging & discharging rate
Charging at a rate below 0.33C and above 1.0C is not recommended. Charging too slow may prevent the
charger from terminating correctly.
Charging too fast may damage the battery.
Typically speaking, slower charging rate will yield better battery performance but requires longer time.
Faster charging rate may not charge as fully and battery temperature can be higher.
Battery Matching
In most devices, usually two or more batteries are used together. When batteries are used in a series, the
performance is limited by the worst one. In other words, one poorly performing battery can significantly
reduce the device runtime.
Battery matching refers to grouping batteries with similar “actual” capacity. To perform this, use the Refresh
& Analyze mode to determine the battery capacity. Group batteries with capacity within about +/- 5% of the
rated capacity.
Battery “Forming”
New batteries and those stored for extended period become chemically deactivated. Battery forming is a
charge-discharge-charge cycle which forces a full charge into the battery at a very slow rate. This process
activates the battery. In certain cases, it needs to be repeated two or three times.
Battery forming can be performed using the Break-In mode.
Trickle charging
After the rechargeable battery is fully charged in any of the operating modes, the charger will give a small
amount of current to the rechargeable batteries to maintain the fully charged level. This mode is
automatically launched after rechargeable batteries are fully charged and kept in the charging unit. The
signal ―
will be displayed on the LCD.
Batteries are getting warm.
It is common for batteries to get warm while charging. The charger has a built in temperature sensor which
will stop the charging cycle if it has become too hot. Charging may resume when the battery has cooled.
Allow batteries to cool before placing into a product to be used.
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Modes Of Operation
Operations Steps
MODES OF OPERATION
OPERATIONS STEPS
This section explains various modes and when to use them. To enable each mode, refer to the
“Operation” section.
1. Charge:
Charge the battery at the selected rate. Suitable for batteries used frequently.
1. Connect the power adapter DC connector to the charger and then plug the power adapter into
outlet (100-240V AC, 50/60Hz).
2. Insert AA or AAA battery
2. Discharge:
Discharges the batteries at the selected rate.
3. Refresh & Analyze:
Suitable for batteries stored for more than two weeks but less than 3 months or the batteries
showing poor performance. This mode can also determine the battery capacity for battery
matching. In most devices, usually two or more batteries are used together. When batteries are
used in a series, the performance is limited by the worst one. In other words, one poorly
performing battery can significantly reduce the runtime. Battery matching refers to grouping
batteries with similar “actual” capacity. To perform this, use the Refresh & Analyze mode to
determine the battery capacity. Group batteries with capacity within about +/- 5%of the rated
capacity.
The charger will charge battery to full and rest for one hour, discharge, rest one hour again then
recharge. You can select charging and discharging rate.
3. When a new battery is inserted and detected, the battery sign and “CHARGE” in correspond
slot will blinking. Use the UP and DOWN arrow buttons to toggle the desired mode. Press
ENTER to make the selection. If no button is pressed within five seconds, the charger will
proceed to the default mode which is charging with 1000mA rate for AA battery and 400mA rate
for AAA battery.
4. Break-In (Battery Forming):
New batteries and those stored for more than 3 months extended period become chemically
deactivated. Battery forming is a charge-discharge-charge cycle which forces a full charge into
the battery at a very low rate. This process activates the battery. In certain case, it needs to be
repeated two or three time.
Charges battery at 0.1C for 16 hours, rest for one hour, discharges battery at 0.2C, then
recharges again at 0.1C for 16 hours.
5. Cycle:
Performs charge-discharge cycle for up to 12 times. Cycle mode can remove memory effect of
rechargeable batteries. This mode will recharge battery after final cycle.
Battery Condition
Mode
NiMH batteries that have been used
frequently (at least once every two weeks)
Charge
Refresh & Analyze
Batteries in storage for more than 3 month
Break-In
Batteries showing poor performance
Cycle for two to three times.
Battery Rescue Steps
For batteries that do not perform favorably after using the mode recommended above, the following
sequence can be applied.
1. Cycle for one to three times.
2. If capacity is still low, use Break-In mode.
3. If the step 1 to step 2 shows some capacity improvement (> 10%), repeat Break-In mode for one
to three times. If no significant improvement, battery probably at end of useful life.
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DisCharge Rate DisCharge Rate DisCharge Rate DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime Capacity VoltTime Capacity VoltTime Capacity VoltTime
mAh
mAh
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
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mAh DONE
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
mAh
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
4. If CHARGE mode is selected. The charger will prompt for the charging rate by flashing “Charge
Rate”. Use the UP and DOWN button to choose the desired current. Press ENTER to confirm the
selection. Refer to the “General Battery Knowledge” section for choosing an appropriate rate.
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
Batteries in storage for more than two
weeks but less than 3 month
Inserting AAA Batteries
Inserting AA Batteries
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
mAh
mAh
mAh
mAh
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
Default charging rate
for AA battery is 1000mA
for AAA battery is 400mA
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
mAh
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
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ENTER
Press ENTER to
start charging
mAh
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
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Operations Steps
Display Information
5. If DISCHARGE mode is selected: The charger will prompt for discharging rate by flashing
“DisCharge Rate”. Use UP and DOWN button to choose the desired current. Press ENTER to
make the selection.
Increase
discharge
DisCharge Rate
rate
Capacity VoltTime
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
mAh
mAh
ENTER
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
Decrease
discharge
rate
ENTER
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
Press ENTER to
start charging
Default discharging rate
for AA battery is 1000mA
for AAA battery is 500mA
6. If REFRESH & ANALYZE mode is selected: The charger will prompt for the charging rate by
flashing “Charge Rate”. Use the UP and DOWN button to choose the desired current. Press
ENTER to make confirmation. Then it will prompt from the discharging rate by flashing “DisCharge
Rate”. Use the UP and DOWN button to choose the desired current. Press ENTER to make the
selection.
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
mAh
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
mAh
ENTER
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
mAh
ENTER
Press ENTER to
start REFRESH
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
7. If BREAK-IN mode is selected: The charger will prompt for the battery capacity in order to
calculate the charging and discharging rate automatically. “mAh” will flash. Use the UP and DOWN
button to choose the battery capacity. Press ENTER to make selection.
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
mAh
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
Increase
battery
capacity
ENTER
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
mAh
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
LCD backlit will turn off after 10 minutes if no buttons are pressed. You can turn on LCD backlit
again by press any button.
The display information will cycle automatically. Press Slot Number Button will make display
information static. Please and hold Slot Number Button more than 5 seconds will make the display
information cycle automatically again.
Slot Number button (1~4)
Press and release the Slot Number button to toggle display between: accumulated capacities (in
mAh), charging current (in mA), time elapsed (in hh:mm),andthe voltage (in Volt) .
The following information is displayed on the screen:
Slot
Number
Button
Decrease
battery
capacity
ENTER
start BREAK-IN
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
1 Second
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
mAh
mAh
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
0.1C Charging
8. If CYCLE mode is selected: The charger will prompt for the charging rate and discharging rate
similar to the other modes. In addition, it will also prompt for the number of cycle to be performed
by flashing “No. Cycle”. Use the UP and DOWN buttons to choose the desired cycles. Press
ENTER to make the selection.
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Slot
Number
Button
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
Slot
Number
Button
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
Slot
Number
Button
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
mAh
mAh
mAh
mAh
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
Capacity:
This is the number followed by the unit “mAh.” This is the accumulated charging or discharging
capacity. If it is charging capacity, “CHARGE” in battery box will be shown. If it is discharging
capacity, “DISCHARGE” in battery box will be shown.
Note the charging capacity is usually higher than the actual capacity of the battery owing to some
energy lost as heat. Charging capacity cannot be used to judge the performance the battery. Instead,
it can only be used to determine the progress of the charger.
Current:
This is the number followed by the unit “ mA.” This is the approximate charging or discharging
current.Notethatthisnumber willgoupanddownduetothepulsecharging.
Time:
This is the number followed by the unit “Time.” This is the time elapsed for the particular routine such
as charging, discharging or rest in the program.
Voltage:
This is the number followed by the unit “Volt.” It represents the offline battery voltage.
Cycle:
For CYCLE mode, the discharge capacity of cycle is displayed. “ HIST. CYCLE” icon will also be
shown. Use the Slot Number Button to access discharge capacity for all the cycles performed. The
capacity information will be stored as long as the battery is inserted in the charger. It will be lost upon
removalofthebattery.
UseSNBtorecalldischargecapacityforallthecyclesperformed.
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
07
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
mAh
ENTER
DISPLAY INFORMATION
SNB
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
SNB
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
SNB
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
SNB
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
SNB
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
mAh
mAh
mAh
mAh
mAh
mAh
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
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Operation With iPhone & iPad
Operation With iPhone & iPad
When the program for a slot is completed, DONE will displayed. With the
exception of DISCHARGE mode, top off charge and trickle charge (continuous)
will be applied. For CHARGE mode, the total charged capacity will be displayed.
For REFRESH& ANALYZE, BREAK-IN, DISCHARGE mode, the total discharge
capacitywillbedisplayed.
DisCharge Rate
Capacity VoltTime
mAh
DISCHARGE
REFRESHIST.
BREAK-INO.
REST CYCLE
CHARGING TIME WITH VARIOUS CHARGING CURRENT
Size of battery
AA
AA
AAA
Battery Capacity Charging current (mA) Estimated charging time
2600mAh
2000mAh
1000mAh
2500
2300
2000
1800
1500
1000
700
500
200
2000
1800
1500
1000
700
500
200
1000
800
700
500
200
~60 min
~65 min
~70 min
~80 min
~100min
~2 hr 30min
~3 hr 30 min
~5 hr
~12 hr
~60 min
~70 min
~80 min
~2 hr
~3 hr
~4 hr
~10 hr
~60 min
~65 min
~70 min
~1 hr 40min
~4 hr
3. Select the Bluetooth menu from your iPhone or iPad
and ensure the Bluetooth is turned on.
4. Start your NC2600 APP, that you have downloaded
from the APP Store. Your charger will connect to your
device automatically.
5. The Bluetooth indicator, located on the right side of
charger remains steadily on. The charger name
display in Bluetooth list is “BLE Charger”.
Inserting AA or AAA Batteries
Operation with Your iPhone
Touch slot number button(1-4) to change operation mode and current.
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Mode
:
Status :
Capacity :
Voltage :
Current :
Time
:
Temp. :
2
Charge
Charge
24 mAh
1.42 V
2.00 A
00:00:47
35℃/95℉
Charge
Charge
6 mAh
1.26 V
2.00 A
00:00:14
35℃/95℉
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Setting
Back
3
4
Discharge
Discharge
117 mAh
1.22 V
1.00 A
00:07:06
38℃/100.4℉
Discharge
Discharge
117 mAh
1.20 V
1.00 A
00:07:06
41℃/105.8℉
MODE
CHARGE/DISCHARGE
Refresh
2.0 A/0.8 A
1.8 A
0.6 A
Charge
1.9 A
0.7 A
Refresh
2.0 A
0.8 A
Break-in
2.1 A
0.9 A
Discharge
2.2 A
1.0 A
Value will be set up in all channels.
OK
Details
Touch systemsetting icon
to change value of temperature protection, voltage protection,
discharge cut-off voltage and negative delta V.
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Temp.
Protect
1. Connect the power adapter DC plug to the charger and then plug the power adapter into outlet
(100-240V AC, 50/60Hz).
2. Insert AA or AAA battery
When a new battery is inserted and detected, the battery sign and “CHARGE” in correspond slot
will blinking. Please wait five seconds, the charger will proceed to the default mode which is
charging.
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Mode
:
Status :
Capacity :
Voltage :
Current :
Time
:
Temp. :
2
Charge
Charge
24 mAh
1.42 V
2.00 A
00:00:47
35℃/95℉
Charge
Charge
6 mAh
1.26 V
2.00 A
00:00:14
35℃/95℉
3
4
Discharge
Discharge
117 mAh
1.22 V
1.00 A
00:07:06
38℃/100.4℉
Discharge
Discharge
117 mAh
1.20 V
1.00 A
00:07:06
41℃/105.8℉
Discharge
Cut-Off
-△V
Value
1.48V
0.9V
7mv
0.7 V
3 mv
1.47 V
0.8 V
4 mv
55℃
1.48 V
0.9 V
5 mv
56℃
1.49 V
1.0 V
6 mv
57℃
1.50 V
OPERATION WITH iPhone & iPad
1
Voltage
Protect
Default
1.46 V
55℃
NC2600 comes with Bluetooth 4.0. When the Bluetooth function in iPhone is turn ON, it will connect
to the charger automatically when the APP starts.
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System Setting
Factory default
setting
7 mv
Save
Details
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Operation With Android Phone
Operation With Android Phone
Touch “Details” icon to show voltage graphic and battery internal resistance.
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Setting
Back
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Back
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Charge
Mode
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Setting
Back
Charge
Mode
Please Choose Mode
AAA
AA
AA
AAA
AA
AA
Charge Current
0.1 A
Charge Current
Refresh
Value
will be set up in all channels.
Value will be set up in all channels.
1
2
3
4
1
V
Mode
:
Status :
Capacity :
Voltage :
Current :
Time
:
Temp. :
1.26
1.22
1
2
Charge
Charge
24 mAh
1.42 V
2.00 A
00:00:47
35℃/95℉
Charge
Charge
6 mAh
1.26 V
2.00 A
00:00:14
35℃/95℉
3
4
Discharge
Discharge
117 mAh
1.22 V
1.00 A
00:07:06
38℃/100.4℉
Discharge
Discharge
117 mAh
1.20 V
1.00 A
00:07:06
41℃/105.8℉
Brake-In OK
OK
1.30
Mode
:
Status :
Capacity :
Voltage :
Current :
Time
:
Temp. :
0.1 A
Charge
1.18
1.14
2
Charge
Charge
24 mAh
1.42 V
2.00 A
00:00:47
35℃/95℉
Charge
Charge
6 mAh
1.26 V
2.00 A
00:00:14
35℃/95℉
3
4
Discharge
Discharge
117 mAh
1.22 V
1.00 A
00:07:06
38℃/100.4℉
Discharge
Discharge
117 mAh
1.20 V
1.00 A
00:07:06
41℃/105.8℉
DisChg
Cycle
Details
1.10
T
00:00:00
Details
Mode:
Status:
Capacity:
Temp:
Discharge
Discharge
99 mAh
35℃/95℉
Time:
Voltage:
Current:
Bat.Res.:
00:06:01
1.17V
1.00A
94mΩ
Touch systemsetting icon
to change value of temperature protection, voltage protection,
discharge cut-off voltage and negative delta V.
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System Setting
Back
SkyRC NC2600
Default
App Version: 0.9.4
Firmware Version: 1.4
55C
Temp. Protect
OPERATION WITH ANDROID PHONE
NC2600 comes with Bluetooth 4.0. When the Bluetooth in device is ON, it will connect to the charger
automatically when the APP starts.
1. Connect the power adapter DC plug to the charger and then plug the power adapter into outlet
(100-240V AC, 50/60Hz).
2. Insert AA or AAA battery
When a new battery is inserted and detected, the
battery sign and “CHARGE” in correspond slot will
blinking. Please wait five seconds, the charger will
proceed to the default mode which is charging.
2
Charge
Charge
24 mAh
1.42 V
2.00 A
00:00:47
35℃/95℉
Charge
Charge
6 mAh
1.26 V
2.00 A
00:00:14
35℃/95℉
3
4
Discharge
Discharge
117 mAh
1.22 V
1.00 A
00:07:06
38℃/100.4℉
Discharge
Discharge
117 mAh
1.20 V
1.00 A
00:07:06
41℃/105.8℉
1.48V
Discharge Cut-off
0.9 V
-ΔV Value
5 mV
Factory default
setting
Save
Details
Touch “Details” icon to show voltage graphic and battery internal resistance.
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SkyRC NC2600
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AAA
AA
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AAA
AA
AA
Inserting AA or AAA Batteries
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3. Select the Bluetooth menu from your Android Phone or
other Android devices and ensure the Bluetooth is turned on.
4. Start your NC2600 APP, that you have downloaded
from the Google Play store. Your charger will connect to your
device automatically.
1
Mode
:
Status :
Capacity :
Voltage :
Current :
Time
:
Temp. :
Voltage Protect
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4
V
1.30
1.26
5. The Bluetooth indicator, located on the right side of charger remains steadily on. The charger name
display in Bluetooth list is “BLE Charger”.
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Mode
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Status :
Capacity :
Voltage :
Current :
Time
:
Temp. :
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Charge
Charge
24 mAh
1.42 V
2.00 A
00:00:47
35℃/95℉
Charge
Charge
6 mAh
1.26 V
2.00 A
00:00:14
35℃/95℉
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4
Discharge
Discharge
117 mAh
1.22 V
1.00 A
00:07:06
38℃/100.4℉
Discharge
Discharge
117 mAh
1.20 V
1.00 A
00:07:06
41℃/105.8℉
1.18
1.14
1.10
T
00:00:00
Mode:
Status:
Capacity:
Temp:
Discharge
Discharge
99 mAh
35℃/95℉
Time:
Voltage:
Current:
Bat.Res.:
00:06:01
1.17V
1.00A
65mΩ
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Conformity Declaration
Warranty And Service
CONFORMITY DECLARATION
SKYRC NC2600 satisfies all relevant and mandatory CE directives and FCC SubPart C Intentional
Radiators section 15.247
The product has been tested to meet the following technical standards:
Title
Result
EN 300328
Wideband transmission systems; Data transmission equipment
operating in the 2,4 GHz ISM band and using wide band
modulation techniques article 3.1(b) EMC requirements
Conform
EN 301489-1
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM);
ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment
and services. Part 1: Common technical requirements
Conform
EN 301489-17
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM);
ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment
and services. Part 17:Specific conditions for Broadband Data
Transmission Systems article 3.1(a) Health requirements
Conform
EN 62479
Assessment of the compliance of low power electronic and
electrical equipment with the basic restrictions related to human
exposure to electromagnetic fields (10 MHz to 300 GHz) article
3.1(a) Safety
Conform
FCC
Part 15 section 15.247
Operation within the bands 902 - 928 MHz, 2400 2483.5 MHz, and 5725 - 5850 MHz.
Conform
MIC
ARIB STD T66 V3.7
Second-Generation Low-Power Data Communication
System/Wireless LAN System
Conform
Test Standards
CE-R&TTE
LIABILITY EXCLUSION
This charger is designed and approved exclusively for use with the NiMH/NiCd battery. SKYRC
accepts no liability of any kind if the charger is used for any purpose other than that stated.
We are unable to ensure that you follow the instructions supplied with the charger, and we have no
control over the methods you employ for using, operating and maintaining the device. For this
reason we are obliged to deny all liability for loss, damage or costs which are incurred due to the
incompetent or incorrect use and operation of our products, or which are connected with such
operation in any way. Unless otherwise prescribed by law, our obligation to pay compensation,
regardless of the legal argument employed, is limited to the invoice value of those SKYRC products
which were immediately and directly involved in the event in which the damage occurred.
WARRANTY AND SERVICE
FCC Note
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
THE MANUFACTURER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY RADIO OR TV INTERFERENCE CAUSED BY
UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS TO THIS EQUIPMENT. SUCH MODIFICATIONS COULD VOID THE
USER'S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE EQUIPMENT.
To maintain compliance with FCC's RF exposure guidelines, this equipment should be installed and
operated with a minimum distance of 20cm between the radiator and your body.
Hereby, SKYRC Technology Co.,Ltd. declares that this type of equipment AA/AAA NiMH/NiCd BATTERY
CHARGER & ANALYZER is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of
Directive 1999/5/EC.
We guarantee this product to be free of manufacturing and assembly defects for a period of one
year from the time of purchase. The warranty only applies to material or operational defects, which
are present at the time of purchase. During that period, we will repair or replace free of service
charge for products deemed defective due to those causes.
You will be required to produce proof of purchase (invoice or receipt). This warranty is not valid for
any damage or subsequent damage arising as a result of misuse, modification or as a result of
failure to observe the procedures outlined in this manual.
Note:
1. The warranty service is valid in China only.
2. If you need warranty service overseas, please contact your dealer in the first instance, who is
responsible for processing guarantee claims overseas. Due to high shipping cost, complicated
custom clearance procedures to send back to China. Please understand SkyRC can't provide
warranty service to overseas end user directly.
3. If you have any questions which are not mentioned in the manual, please feel free to send
email to info@skyrc.cn
This symbol means that you must dispose of electrical devices from the General household
waste when it reaches the end of its useful life. Take your charger to your local waste collection
point or recycling centre. This applies to all countries of the European Union, and to other
European countries with a separate waste collection system.
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