TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION SPECIAL FEATURES WARNING AND SAFETY NOTES PROGRAM FLOW CHART OPERATION OPERATING PROGRAM CHARGING PROGRAM BATTERY MEMORY SET AND CALL OUT SYSTEM SETTING BATTERY METER BATTERY RESISTANCE METER WARNING AND ERROR MESSAGE USING THE CHARGE CONTROL SOFTWARE “YUNEEC” SPECIFICATION CONFORMITY DECLARATION COMMONLY USED TERMS WARRANTY AND SERVICE INTRODUCTION Congratulations on your choice of YUNEEC A10 AC/DC Dual Balance Charger/Discharger. This unit is simple to use, but the operation of a sophisticated automatic charger such as YUNEEC A10 does require some knowledge on the part of the user. These operating instructions are designed to ensure that you quickly become familiar with its functions. It is therefore important that you read right through the Operating Instructions, Warning and Safety Notes before you attempt to use your new charger for the first time. We hope you have many years of pleasure and success with your new battery charger. YUNEEC A10 is a twin-channel charger with two independent circuits which can charge two different kinds of batteries simultaneously. It also supports power distribution in AC mode to make full use of the power when charging a small battery in one channel and allocate all remaining power to charge another big battery pack. What’s more, users could set the terminal voltage by themselves and connect it to PC for PC control and firmware upgrade. Besides that, users could also use it as Lithium Battery Meter and Battery Internal Resistance Meter. There are Automatic Charging Current Limit, Capacity Limit,Temperature Threshold and Processing Time Limit which makes the charger safe to use. YUNEEC A10 is a high-performance, micro processor control charge/discharge station with battery management suitable for use with all current battery types, with integral equalizer for six-cell Lithium-Polymer (LiPo), Lithium iron phosphate(LiFe) and Lithium-Ion (LiIon) batteries; maximum 20A charge current and maximum 200W charge power. The additional LiHV mode is able to charge the new generation of LiPo batteries with an end of charge voltage 4.35V. Please BE SURE to read these INSTRUCTIONS, WARNING and SAFETY NOTES before you use the charger for the first time. Please read this entire operating manual completely and attentively before using this product, as it covers a wide range of information on operating and safety. Or please do use this product in company with a specialist! 1 2 4 3 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 LCD Display Cooling Fan Output Socket 4mm Banana Plug Balance Lead Socket USB Port Micro USB Port for PC Link / WiFi Module Connection 7 Temperature Sensor Port 8 AC Input(100-240V) 9 DC Input(11-20V) 01 02 03 AC 240V 100- 8 DC 0V 11-2 9 04 01 Switch from Channel A to B or Channel B to A 02 Scroll Through the Main Menu Stop Any Charge Processes 03 Alter Values See the Status of Individual Cells in Balance Charge Mode 04 Resume or Start Charge Processes SPECIAL FEATURES Twin-channel Charger YUNEEC A10 allows you to plug 2 batteries into one charger simultaneously and it will intelligently and automatically charge 2 battries at once to their maximum capacity. To top of it, the batteries being charged do not even need to have the same configuration. You can connect different chemistry(NiMH/NiCd/Po/LiFe/Lilon/LiHV/Pb)batteries into any of the charging channels. Dual Input The input of YUNEEC A10 is AC 100-240V and DC 11-20V. Total power is 200W. Optimized Operating Software YUNEEC A10 features the so-called AUTO function that set the feeding current during the process of charging or discharging. Especially for lithium batteries, it can prevent the overcharging which may lead to an explosion due to the user's fault. It can disconnect the circuit automatically and alarm once detecting any malfunction. All the programs of this product were controlled through two way linkage and communication, to achieve the maximum safety and minimize the trouble. All the settings can be configured by users! Battery Memory (Data Store/Load) The charger can store up to 20 different charge/discharge profiles for each channel. You can keep the data pertaining to program setting of the battery of continuous charging or discharging. Users can call out these data at any time without any special program setting. Terminal Voltage Control(TVC) The charger allows user to change the end voltage. (for expert user only) PC Control Software The free YUNEEC software gives you unparalleled ability to operate the charger through the computer. You can monitor pack voltage, cell voltage and other data during the charging, view charge date in real-time graphs. And you can initiate, control charging and update firmware from YUNEEC. Smart Phone Control via Wi-Fi Module (both iOS and Android) Finally, your charger gets its own apps. This charger can be controlled and operated by smart phones via Wi-Fi module. Internal Independent Lithium Battery Balancer YUNEEC A10 employs an individual-cell-voltage balancer. It isn't necessary to connect an external balancer for balance charging. Balancing Individual Cells Battery Discharging During the process of discharging, YUNEEC A10 can monitor and balance each cell of the battery individually. Error message will be indicated and the process will be ended automatically if the voltage of any single one cell is abnormal. Adaptable to Various Type of Lithium Battery YUNEEC A10 is adaptable to various types of lithium batteries, such as LiPo, LiIon and the new LiFe series of batteries. LiHV Mode Available The additional LiHV mode is able to charge the new generation of LiPo batteries with an end of charge voltage 4.35 V. Fast and Storage Mode of Lithium Battery Purposes to charge lithium battery varies, 'fast' charge reduce the duration of charging, whereas 'store' state can control the final voltage of your battery, so as to store for a long time and protect useful time of the battery. Re-Peak Mode of NiMH/NiCd Battery In re-peak charge mode, the charger can peak charge the battery once, twice or three times in a row automatically. This is good for making certain the battery is fully charged. Delta-peak Sensitivity for NiMH/NiCd Delta-peak sensitivity for NiMH/NiCd battery: The automatic charge termination program based on the principle of the Delta-peak voltage detection. When the battery's voltage exceeds the threshold, the process will be terminated automatically. Cyclic Charging/Discharging 1 to 5 cyclic and continuous process of charge > discharge or discharge > charge is operable for battery refreshing and balancing to stimulate the battery's activity. Automatic Charging Current Limit You can set up the upper limit of the charging current when charging your NiMH or NiCd battery, it is useful for the NiMH battery of low impedance and capacity in the 'AUTO' charging mode. LiPo Battery Meter The user can check battery's total voltage, the highest voltage, the lowest voltage and each cell's voltage. Battery Internal Resistance Meter The user can check battery's total internal resistance and each cell's internal resistance. Capacity Limit The charging capacity is always calculated as the charging current multiplied by time. If the charging capacity exceeds the limit, the process will be terminated automatically when you set the maximum value. Temperature Threshold* The b attery's internal chemical reaction will cause the temperature of the battery to rise. If the temperature limit is reached, the process will be terminated. This function is available by connecting optional temperature probe, which is not included in the package. Processing Time Limit: You can also limit the maximum process time to avoid any possible defect. WARNING AND SAFETY NOTES These warnings and safety notes are particularly important. Please follow the instructions for maximum safety; otherwise the charger and the battery can be damaged or at worst it can cause a fire. Never leave the charger unattended when it is connected to its power supply. If any malfunction is found, TERMINATE THE PROCESS AT ONCE and refer to the operation manual. Keep the charger well away from dust, damp, rain, heat, direct sunshine and vibration. Never drop it. The allowable DC input voltage is 11~20V DC, and charge power 200W for Channel A and 100W for Channel B. This charger and the battery should be put on a heat-resistant, noninflammable and nonconductive surface. Never place them on a car seat, carpet or similar. Keep all the inflammable volatile materials away from operating area. Make sure you know the specifications of the battery to be charged or discharged to ensure it meets the requirements of this charger. If the program is set up incorrectly, the battery and charger may be damaged .It can cause fire or explosion due to overcharging. Standard Battery Parameters LiPo LiIon LiFe LiHV NiCd MiMH Pb Nominal Voltage 3.7V/cell 3.6V/cell 3.3V/cell 3.7V/cell 1.2V/cell 1.2V/cell 2.0V/cell Max Charge Voltage 4.2V/cell 4.1V/cell 3.6V/cell 4.35V/cell 1.5V/cell 1.5V/cell 2.46V/cell Storage Voltage 3.8V/cell 3.7V/cell 3.3V/cell 3.85V/cell n/a n/a n/a Allowable Fast Charge ≦1C ≦1C ≦4C ≦1C 1C-2C ≦0.4C 1C-2C Min. Discharge 3.0-3.3V/cell 2.9-3.2V/cell 2.6-2.9V/cell 3.1-3.4V/cell 0.1-1.1V/cell 0.1-1.1V/cell 1.8V/cell Voltage Be very careful to choose the correct voltage for different types of battery otherwise you may cause damage to the batteries. Incorrect settings could cause the cells to fire or explode. Never attempt to charge or discharge the following types of batteries. A battery pack which consists of different types of cells (including different manufacturers) A battery that is already fully charged or just slightly discharged. Non-rechargeable batteries (Explosion hazard). Batteries that require a different charge technique from NiCd, NiMh, LiPo or Gel cell (Pb, Lead acid). A faulty or damaged battery. A battery fitted with an integral charge circuit or a protection circuit. Batteries installed in a device or which are electrically linked to other components. Batteries that are not expressly stated by the manufacturer to be suitable for the currents the charger delivers during the charge process. Please bear in mind the following points before commencing charging: Did you select the appropriate program suitable for the type of battery you are charging? Did you set up adequate current for charging or discharging? Have you checked the battery voltage? Lithium battery packs can be wired in parallel and in series, i.e. a 2 cell pack can be 3.7V (in parallel) or 7.4V (in series). Have you checked that all connections are firm and secure? Make sure there are no intermittent contacts at any point in the circuit. During charge process, a specific quantity of electrical energy is fed into the battery. The charge quantity is calculated by multiplying charge current by charge time. The maximum permissible charge current varies depending on the battery type or its performance, and can be found in the information by the battery manufacturer. Only batteries that are expressly stated to be capable of quick-charge are allowed to be charged at rates higher than the standard charge current. Connect the battery to the terminal of the charger: red is positive and black is negative. Due to the difference between resistance of cable and connector, the charger can not detect resistance of the battery pack, the essential requirement for the charger to work properly is that the charge lead should be of adequate conductor cross-section, and high quality connectors which are normally goldplated should be fitted to both ends. Always refer to the manual by battery manufacturer about charging methods,recommended charging current and charging time. Especially, the lithium battery should be charged according the charging instruction provided by the manufacturer strictly. Attention should be paid to the connection of lithium battery especially. Do not attempt to disassemble the battery pack arbitrarily. Please get highlighted that lithium battery packs can be wired in parallel and in series. In the parallel connection, the batterys capacity is calculated by multiplying single battery capacity by the number of cells with total voltage stay the same. The voltages imbalance may cause fire or explosion Lithium battery is recommended to charge in series. Discharging The main purpose of discharging is to clean residual capacity of the battery, or to reduce the battery voltage to a defined level. The same attention should be paid to the discharging process as charging. The final discharge voltage should be set up correctly to avoid deep-discharging. Lithium battery can not be discharged to lower than the minimum voltage, or it will cause a rapid loss of capacity or a total failure. Generally, lithium battery doesn't need to be discharged. Please pay attention to the minimum voltage of lithium battery to protect the battery. Some rechargeable batteries have a memory effect. If they are partly used and recharged before the whole charge is accomplished, they remember this and will only use that part of their capacity next time. This is a memory effect. It is said that NiCd and NiMH batteries are suffering from memory effect. NiCd has more memory effect than NiMH. PROGRAM FLOW CHART NOTE: The flow chart is taking one channel for example as the flow chart for the two channels (Channel A and Channel B) are identical. INC DEC START LiPo BALANCE CHG INC LiPo CHARGE BATT/PROGRAM 7.4V (2S) LiPo BATT ENTER 2.0A 7.4V (2S) DEC 2.0A INC DEC INC LiPo FAST CHARGE 2.0A 7.4V (2S) DEC LiFe FAST CHARGE INC INC LiPo DISCHARGE LiPo STORAGE 2.0A 7.4V (2S) DEC 2.0A 7.4V (2S) INC DEC START LiFe BALANCE CHG BATT/PROGRAM LiFe BATT ENTER 2.0A 6.6V (2S) INC LiFe CHARGE DEC 2.0A INC 6.6V (2S) DEC 2.0A 6.6V (2S) DEC INC INC INC LiFe DISCHARGE LiFe STORAGE 2.0A 6.6V (2S) DEC 2.0A 6.6V (2S) INC DEC START Lilo BALANCE CHG BATT/PROGRAM LiIo BATT ENTER 2.0A 7.2V (2S) INC Lilo CHARGE DEC 2.0A 7.2V (2S) Lilo FAST CHARGE DEC 2.0A 7.2V (2S) INC Lilo DISCHARGE Lilo STORAGE DEC 2.0A 7.2V (2S) DEC 2.0A 7.2V (2S) INC DEC START LiHV BALANCE CHG INC LiHV CHARGE BATT/PROGRAM LiHV BATT ENTER 2.0A 7.6V (2S) DEC 2.0A 7.6V (2S) INC LiHV FAST CHARGE INC LiHV STORAGE DEC 2.0A 7.6V (2S) DEC 2.0A 7.6V (2S) INC LiHV DISCHARGE DEC 2.0A 7.6V (2S) INC DEC START BATT/PROGRAM NiMH BATT ENTER NiMH CHARGE CURRENT 2.0A INC NiMH Auto CHARGE 2.0A INC NiMH DISCHARGE CUT: 1.0V INC INC DEC CURRENT DEC 0.1A DEC NiMH RE-PEAK 1 DEC INC INC INC NiCd RE-PEAK INC NiMH CYCLE CHG>DCHG 1 NiCd CYCLE CHG>DCHG 1 INC DEC START BATT/PROGRAM NiCd BATT ENTER NiCd CHARGE CURRENT 2.0A NiCd Auto CHARGE DEC CURRENT 2.0A Pb CHARGE 2.0A 2.0V (1P) Pb DISCHARGE DEC 0.1A 2.0V (1P) NiCd DISCHARGE CUT: 1.0V DEC 0.1A DEC 1 DEC INC DEC START BATT/PROGRAM Pb BATT ENTER INC INC DEC START 4.20 4.19 4.19 V BATT/PROGRAM BATT METER ENTER 0.00 0.00 0.00 V INC DEC MAIN 0.00V H0.000V L0.000V INC DEC BATT/PROGRAM BATT RESISTANCE INC START ENTER 005 003 003 mΩ 005 mΩ INC DEC TATAL: 16mΩ H: 5mΩ L: 3mΩ DEC START Safety Timer INC Capacity Cut-Off INC Temp Cut-Off BATT/PROGRAM 120Min DEC ON SYSTEM SETTING-> ENTER ON 5000mAH DEC ON 50°C 122°F INC DEC Temperature Unit Celsius DEC INC INC Rest Time CHG>DCHG 10Min DEC INC Key Beep NiMH Sensitivity D.Peak Default INC DEC Stop INC DEC Version HW:1.00 FW: 1.10 Batt Type BATT/PROGRAM BATT MEMORY INC DEC START [ BATT MEMORY 1 ] START BATT TYPE INC ENTER DEC ENTER SET-> ENTER LiPo Load Factory Set Enter INC DEC DC Input Low CUT-OFF 11.0V DEC Buzzer ON ON INC CHARGE CURRENT INC DSCH CURRENT BATT VOLTS 7.4V ( 2S ) DEC 4.9A DEC 2.2A INC DEC INC DEC NiCd Sensitivity D.Peak Default DSCH VOLTAGE 3.0V/CELL INC STARG/ENTER>3 Seconds ENTER CHARGER LOAD…… ENTER START [ BATT MEMORY 1 ] LiPo 7.4V (2S ) [ BATT MEMORY 1 ] C:4.9A D:2.2A LiPo BALANCE CHG INC LiPo CHARGE 4.9A 7.4V(2S) DEC 4.9A 7.4V(2S) INC [ BATT MEMORY 2 ] START BATT TYPE ENTER SET-> ENTER MiMH DEC INC DEC INC START SAVE PROGRAM SAVE PROGRAM SAVE…. ENTER LiPo FAST CHARGE 4.9A 7.4V(2S) DEC INC ENTER DEC LiPo STORAGE 4.9A 7.4V(2S) INC CHARGE CURRENT INC TRICKLE BATT VOLTS 2.4V (2S) DEC 3.3A DEC 100mA INC DEC INC LiPo DISCHARGE 2.2A 7.4V(2S) PEAK DELAY START START SAVE PROGRAM SAVE…. INC DSCH VOLTAGE ENTER DEC 1.1V/CELL DEC START SAVE PROGRAM ENTER INC DEC DSCH CURRENT 2.2A ENTER > 3s ENTER CHARGER LOAD…… ENTER [ BATT MEMORY 2 ] NiMH 2.4V (2S ) 1Min DEC INC [ BATT MEMORY 2 ] C:1.0A D:1.0A DEC TVC=YOUR RISK 4.20V NiMH CHARGE CURRENT 1.0A [ BATT MEMORY 3 ] START BATT TYPE Pb ENTER SET-> ENTER Pb CHARGE 3.3A 4.0V(2P) ENTER CHARGER LOAD…… INC DEC INC INC NiMH DISCHARGE 1.0A CUT: 2.0V BATT VOLTS 4.0V (2P) DEC CHARGE CURRENT 3.3A DEC [ BATT MEMORY 3 ] C:3.3A D:1.5A [ BATT MEMORY 3 ] Pb 4.0V (2S ) STARG/ENTER>3s Pb DISCHARGE 1.5A 4.0V(2P) INC NiMH Auto CHARGE 1.2A DEC CURRENT INC NiMH RE-PEAK DEC INC 2 INC DSCH CURRENT 1.5A DEC SAVE PROGRAM SAVE…. DEC NiMH CYCLE DCHG>CHG 1 INC DSCH VOLTAGE 1.7V/CELL DEC INC DEC START SAVE PROGRAM ENTER ENTER OPERATION CH A/CH B It is used to switch from Channel A to B or Channel B to A. BATT PROG / STOP Button: It is used to stop the progress or go back to previous step/screen DEC Button: It is used to go through the menus and decrease the parameter value INC Button: It is used to go through the menus and increase the parameter value ENTER / START Button: It is used to enter parameter or store parameter on screen. When you are willing to alter the parameter value in the program, press the START/ENTER button to make it blink then change the value by pressing DEC and INC button. The value will be stored by re-pressing the START/ENTER button. If there is another parameter can be altered in the same screen, when you confirm the first parameter value, the next parameter value will start to blink which means it is ready to alert. When you are willing to start the process, press and hold the START/ENTER button for 3 seconds. When you are willing to stop the progress or go back to previous step/screen, press the BATT PROG/STOP button once. When you power on the charger, it will enter LiPo Battery balance program directly. You could change the mode (balance mode, normal charge mode, fast charge mode, store mode or discharge mode), enter the desired charging/discharging mode, set the referred parameter and start the progress. If you have no request for LiPo Battery program, please press the BATT PROG/STOP button to enter BATT PROGRAM screen. OPERATING PROGRAM Here is the detailed procedure to make the charger work. All the screens and operations will take Li-Po BALANCE CHARGE program for example, NOTE: We will explain one channel as the operating procedure of Channel A and Channel B is identical. 1. Connection 1) Connecting to power source There are two kinds of inputs for YUNEEC A10, DC11-20V and AC 100-240V. A. Operating in AC mode YUNEEC A10 comes with built in switching power supply. You can connect the AC power cord dire ctly to the main AC socket. (100-240V AC). NOTE: The charging power in AC mode is 200W totally for Channel A and Channel B. B. Operating in DC mode Please connect YUNEEC A10 with AC/DC power supply by supplied DC input cable. Also you could use terminal clips with DC connectors, for attaching directly to 12V car batteries. It is critically important that you use either a fully charged 13.8V car battery or a high quality AC/DC power supply in the range of 11-20V DC output with minimum power 260W or higher to insure reliable performance. NOTE: The charging power in DC mode is 100W for Channel A and 100W for Channel B. Total power of A10 is 200W. 2) Connecting the battery Important!!! Before connecting a battery it is absolutely essential to check one last time that you have set the parameters correctly. If the settings are incorrect, the battery may be damaged, and could even burst into flames or explode. To avoid short circuits between the banana plugs, always connect the charge leads to the charger first, and only then to the battery. Reverse the sequence when disconnecting the pack. 3) Balance Socket For safety issue, the default setting for charging Lithium (LiPo, Lilo, LiFe and LiH V) battery is using balance adaptor to connect battery and charger in Charge, Fast Charge, Balance Charge and Storage modes. But if the battery comes no balance wire, you could disable this function in system setting?as?following, BATT / PROGRAM SYSTEM SETTING B A L . Connection NO The balance wire attached to the battery must be connected to the charger with the black wire aligned with the negative marking. Take care to maintain correct polarity! (See the wiring diagram below.) This diagram shows the correct way to connect your battery to the YUNEEC A10 while charging. WARNING: Failure to connect as shown in this diagram will damage this charger. To avoid short circuit between the charge lead always connect the charge cable to the charger first, then connect the battery. Reverse the sequence when disconnecting. 2. Getting started Locate the flowcharts show the entire programming menu. It is highly recommended to have these flowcharts handy while learning to operate this charger. There are two main ways in which to set the charger. (1) A memory profile is available for setting and storing pertinent information for up to 20 different batteries, each channel can store 10 sets. Once a battery's information is stored into a memory it will be retained until changed again manually. Recalling a battery's memory number makes the charger instantly ready to go! (2) If you do not wish to use the battery memories, this charger can be manually set before each use. For following step, all are basing on manually set BATT/PROGRAM LiPo BATT START/ENTER LiPo BALANCE CHG 2.0A 11.1V (3S) 3. BATT/PROGRAM Select Press INC and DEC to go through all the programs and press START/ENTER to enter LiPo BATT Program. 4. Mode Select Press INC and DEC to go through all the modes and press START/ENTER to enter LiPo Balance Charge Mode. START/ENTER LiPo BALANCE CHG 2.0A 11.1V (3S) START/ENTER LiPo BALANCE CHG 2.0A 11.1V (3S) 5. Battery Setting Press START/ENTER, the current value will start to blink, press INC and DEC to change the value and press START/ENTER to confirm your setting. At the same time, the battery cells number will start to blink, press INC and DEC to change the value and press START/ENTER to confirm your setting. START/ENTER LiPo BALANCE CHG 2.0A 11.1V (3S) START/ENTER > 3 S econds BATTERY CHECK WAIT... R:3SER S:3SER CANCEL(STOP) R:3SER S:3SER CONFIRM(ENTER) START/ENTER LP4s 1.5A 12.14V BAL 000:50 00022 6. Program Start Press and hold START/ENTER for 3 seconds to start the program. The charger is detecting the battery cell. R shows the number of cells detected by the charger and S is the number of cells set by you at the previous screen. If both numbers are not identical, press STOP to go back to previous screen to recheck the number of cells of the battery pack before going ahead. R shows the number of cells detected by the charger and S is the number of cells set by you at the previous screen. If both numbers are identical, press START/ENTER to start charging process. 7. Charging Status Monitor During charge process, real-time status will be showed as left screen. VARIOUS INFORMATION DURING THE PROCESS Press INC or DEC during charging or discharging process, you can inquire various information on LCD screen . LP4s 1 .5A 1 2.14V BAL 0 00:50 0 0022 INC 4.07 4 .06 4 .11 V 0.00 0 .00 0 .00 V INC Fuel= 9 0% Cell= 4 .10V Real-time status: battery type, battery cell, charge current, battery voltage, elapsed time and charged capacity. Voltage of each cell in the battery pack when the battery is connected with balance lead. Charged capacity percentage and average cell voltage of the battery pack. LP4s 1 .5A 1 2.14V BAL 0 00:50 0 0022 DEC Final voltage when the program ends. DEC Input voltage. DEC Ext. T emp Int. T emp - --37 C Internal temperature. Temperature probe is needed to show external temperature. 50 C Cut off temperature DEC Temp C ut-Off DEC Safety timer ON and duration of time in minutes. DEC Capacity cut-off ON and the setting value of capacity. 8. Program Stop During the charging process, press STOP to stop the charging process. 9. Program Complete When the charging process finishes, an audible sound will be heard. Charging Program Depends on different battery types, the operation programs are different. Batt Type LiPo Lilon LiFe LiHV Operation Program Description CHARGE This charging mode is for charging LiPo/LiFe/LiIon/LiHV battery in normal mode DISCHARGE This mode is for discharging LiPo/LiFe/LiIon/LiHV battery. ST ORAGE This program is for charging or discharging LiPo/LiFe/LiIon/LiHV battery which will not be used for long time. FAST CHG The charging capacity may be less than normal charging but the process time will be reduced. BAL CHARGE This mode is for balancing the voltage of LiPo/LiFe/LiIon/LiHV battery cells while charging. CHARGE The charger will charge NiMH and NiCd batteries using the charge current set by the user. NiMH AUTO CHG NiCd DISCHARGE In this program the charger detects the condition of the battery which is connected to the output and automatically charges the battery. Note: you should set up the upper limit of the charge current to avoid damage by excessive feeding current. Some batteries of low resistance and capacity can lead to higher current. This mode is for discharging NiMH/NiCd battery . Batt Type Operation Program RE-PEAK In re-peak charge mode, the charger can peak charge the battery once, twice or three times in a row automatically . This is good for confirming the battery is fully charged, and for checking how well the battery receives fast charges. CYCLE 1 to 5 cyclic and continuous process of charge>discharge or discharge>charge is operable for battery refreshing and balancing to stimulate the battery's activity . CHARGE This mode is for charging Pb battery. DISCHARGE This mode is for discharging Pb battery. NiMH NiCd Pb Description BATTERY MEMORY SET AND CALL OUT The charger can store up to 20 different charge/discharge profiles(each channel 10 sets) for your convenience, and the stored profiles can be recalled quickly without having to go through the setup process. When you are willing to alter the parameter value in the program, press START/ENTER to make it blink then change the value with INC or DEC. The value will be stored by pressing START/ENTER once. NOTE: All following screen are taking 2S(7.4V) LiPo battery for example. 1. Battery Memory Set [ B ATT M EMORY 1 ] E NTER S ET-> START/ENTER BATT T YPE LiPo Enter the battery memory program. (10 different charge/discharge profiles can be stored in each channel). Set the battery type(LiPo/LiFe/LiIon/LiHV/NiMH/NiCd/Pb). DEC I NC BATT V OLTS 7 .4V ( 2 S ) Set the voltage and number of cells(1S-6S). DEC I NC CHARGE C URRENT 4.9 A Set the charge current(CH A 0.1-20.0A / CH B 0.1-10.0A). DEC I NC DSCH C URRENT 2.0 A Set the discharge current (0.1A-5.0A). DEC I NC DSCH V OLTAGE 3.0 V / C E L L Set the discharge voltage(3.0-3.3V/Cell). DEC I NC TVC=YOUR R ISK 4.2 0 V DEC I NC SAVE P ROGRAM Set the terminal voltage(4.18-4.25V). SAVE P ROGRAM ENTER Press ENTER to save program. START/ENTER SAVE P ROGRAM SAVE . [ B ATT M EMORY 1 ] LiPo 7. 4 V ( 2 S ) [ B ATT M EMORY 1 ] C:4.9A D :2.2A START/ENTER >3 Seconds ENTER C HARGER LOAD LiPo B ALANCE C HG 4.9A 7 .4V(2S) Indicate the battery type and battery cell of the saved profile. Indicate the charge and discharge current of the saved profile. Press the START/ENTER for 3 seconds to call out the memory. 2. Battery Memory Call Out Load the memory set Press START/ENTER for 3 seconds to start the process. SYSTEM SETTING It will be operated with the default value of the essential user settings when it is powered on for the first time.The screen displays the following information in sequence and the user can change the value of parameter on each screen. When you are willing to alter the parameter value in the program, press START/ENTER to make it blink then change the value with INC or DEC. The value will be stored by pressing START/ENTER once. ITEM Safety ON T imer 1 20Min Capacity C ut-Off ON 5 0 00 m A H SELECTION OFF/ ON (1-720 Min) DESCRIPTION When you start a charge process, the integral safety timer automatically starts running at the s ame time. This is programmed to prevent overcharge the battery if it proves to be faulty, or if the termination circuit cannot detect the battery full. The value for the safety timer should be generous enough to allow a full charge of the battery. This program sets the maximum charge capacity that will be supplied to the battery OFF/ during charge. If the delta peak voltage is not detected nor the safety timer expired by ON (100-50000 mAh) any reason, this feature will automatically stop the process at the selected capacity value. ITEM SELECTION Capacity C ut-Off ON 5 0 00 m A H DESCRIPTION This program sets the maximum charge capacity that will be supplied to the battery OFF/ during charge. If the delta peak voltage is not detected nor the safety timer expired by ON (100-50000 mAh) any reason, this feature will automatically stop the process at the selected capacity value. Temp C ut-Off ON 5 0 C 1 22 F OFF/ ON (20 C/68 F 80 C/176 F ) The battery's internal chemical reaction will cause the temperature of the battery to rise. If the temperature limit is reached, the process will be terminated. Temperature U nit C els i u s Celsius Fahrenheit You can choose the temperature displayed by Celsius or Fahrenheit as you like. Rest T ime CHG>DCHG 1-60Min A rest time allowing the battery to cool down between charging/discharging cycle. 1 0Min ITEM SELECTION NiMH Sensitivity D.Peak Default Default: 4mV/Cell 5-15mV/Cell This program is for NiMH/NiCdbattery only. When the charger detects the delta peak value reaches the value you set, the charger will say the battery is fully charged. OFF/ON The beep sounds at every time touching the buttons to confirm your action. The beep or melody sounded at various times during operation to alert different mode changes. 10.0-11.0V This program monitors the voltage of input battery. If the voltage drops below the value you set the operation forcibly terminated to protect the input battery . NiCd Sensitivity D.Peak Default K e y Be e p Buzzer ON ON Input. P ower L ow Cut-Off 1 1.0V DESCRIPTION Load F actory S et E nter Press ENTER to load factory default setting. Version HW:1.00 F W: 1 .10 It indicates the hardware and firmware version. C els i u s BATTERY R e s t T i mMETER e CHG>DCHG 1 0Min Fahrenheit by Celsius or Fahrenheit as you like. 1-60Min A rest time allowing the battery to cool down between charging/discharging cycle. The user can check battery's total voltage, the highest voltage, the lowest voltage and each cell's voltage. Please connect the battery to the charger main battery lead to battery socket and balance wires to balance socket. This diagram shows the correct way to connect your battery to check the voltage. Battery Pack Battery Pack BATT/PROGRAM B ATT M ETER Press the START/ENTER to enter the Lithium Battery Meter program. S TAR T E NTE R 4.20 4.18 4 .19 4 .18 INC 4 .19 V 4 .19 V DEC MAIN 2 5.13V H4.200V L 4.182V The screen indicate each cell's voltage. The screen indicate the total voltage, the highest voltage and the lowest voltage. BATTERY RESISTANCE METER Battery Pack This diagram shows thecorrect way to connect your battery to check the resistance. Battery Pack The user can check battery's total resistance, the highest resistance, the lowest resistance and each cell's resistance. Please connect the battery to the charger main battery lead to battery socket and balance wires to balance socket. BATT/PROGRAM BATT R ESISTANCE START ENTER 012 0 05 0 05 006 I NC mΩ mΩ DEC TATAL: 28m Ω H: 12m Ω L: 5 m Ω Press the START/ENTER to enter the Lithium Battery Resistance program. The screen indicate each cell's resistance. The screen indicate the total resistance, the highest resistance and the lowest resistance. WARNING AND ERROR MESSAGE In case of an error the screen will display the cause of error and emit an audible sound. Incorrect polarity connected. The battery is interrupted. CONNECT E RROR CHECK M AIN P ORT The battery connection is wrong. BALANCE C ONNECT ERROR The balance connect is wrong. D C I N T O O LO W Input voltage less than 11V. DC I N T OO H IGH Input voltage higher than 20V. CELL E RROR LOW V OLTAGE Voltage of one cell in the battery pack is too low. CELL E RROR HIGH V OLTAGE Voltage of one cell in the battery pack is too high. CELL E RROR VOLTAGE-INVALID Voltage of one cell in the battery pack is invalid. CELL N UMBER INCORRECT The cell number is wrong. INT.TEMP.TOO H I The internal temperature of the unit goes too high. EXT.TEMP.TOO H I The external temperature of the battery goes too high. OVER C HARGE CAPACITY L IMIT The battery capacity is more than the maximum capacity which the user sets. OVER T IME L IMIT The charging time is longer than the maximum charging time which the user sets. BATTERY W AS F ULL The battery voltage is higher than the maximum voltage which the user sets when charging in balance mode. USING THE CHARGE CONTROL SOFTWARE “YUNEEC” The free YUNEEC software gives you unparalleled ability to operate the charger through the computer. You can monitor pack voltage, cell voltage and other data during the charging, view charge date in real-time graphs. And you can initiate, control charging and update firmware from YUNEEC. In order to connect the charger to the computer and use the YUNEEC software, you are required to use a USB cable which is not included in this package. The cable must be terminated on one end with “A” plug and the opposite end is terminated with “micro-B” plug which can connect to charger directly. You can control, monitor, operate and upgrade two channels with one computer. The YUNEEC can be download from www.skyrc.com. THE SET CONTAINS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. YUNEEC A10 Charger XH Adaptor X 2 Power Cord Charging Cable X 2 Banana Connectors with XT60 Connector Charging Cable X 2 1 2 3 5 4 SPECIFICATION DC Input Voltage : 11-20V Display Type: 128x64 LCD Case Material: Plastic Case Size: 197x182x71mm AC Input Voltage: 100-240V Display Backlight: Cool White Controls: Five Buttons Weight: 1260g PC Communications: USB Port for PC Control & Firmware Upgrade External Port: 2-6S Balance Socket-XH, Temperature Probe Socket, Battery Socket, DC Input, Micro USB Port for PC. Delta Peak Detection for NiMH/NiCd: 3-15mV/cell / Default: 4mV/cell Charge Cutoff Temperature: 20ºC/68ºF-80ºC/176ºF(adjustable) Charge Voltage: NiMH/NiCd: Delta peak detection LiPo: 4.18-4.25V/cell LiIon: 4.08-4.2V/cell LiFe: 3.58-3.7V/cell LiHV: 4.25-4.35V/cell Balance Current: 300mA/cell Reading Voltage Range: 0.1-26.1V/cell Battery Types/Cells: LiPo/LiIon/LiFe/LiHV: 1-6cells NiMH/NiCd: 1-15cells Pb: 2-20V Battery Capacity Range: NiMH/NiCd: 100-50000mAh LiPo/LiIon/LiFe/LiHV: 100-50000mAh Pb: 100-50000mAh Charge Current: Channel A: 0.1-10A; Channel B: 0.1-10A Safety Timer: 1-720minutes off Charge Wattage: AC/DC 200W Discharge Current: (0.1A-5.0A) x2 Discharge Cut-off Voltage: NiMH/NiCd: 0.1-1.1V/cell LiPo: 3.0-3.3V/cell LiIon: 2.9—3.2V/cell LiFe: 2.6-2.9V/cell LiHV: 3.1-3.4V/cell Pb: 1.8V Discharge Wattage: 10Wx2 Balance Cells: 2-6 cells Memory: 10x2 Different Charge/Discharge Profiles Charge Method: CC/CV for Lithium Types and Lead (Pb) Batteries Delta-peak Sensitivity for NiMH/NiCd. CONFORMITY DECLARATION This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for 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. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. • Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. 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 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. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: —Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. —Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. —Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. —Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. CAUTION: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment. COMMONLY USED TERMS Commonly used terms Final charge voltage: the voltage at which the battery's charge limit (capacity limit) is reached. The charge process switches from a high current to a low maintenance rate (trickle charge) at this point. From this point on further high current charging would cause overheating and eventual terminal damage to the pack. Final discharge voltage: the voltage at which the battery's discharge limit is reached. The chemical composition of the batteries determines the level of this voltage. Below this voltage the battery enters the deep discharge zone. Individual cells within the pack may become reverse polarized in this condition, and this can cause permanent damage. A, mA: unit of measurement relating to charge or discharge current.1000 mA = 1 A (A=Ampere,mA=Milliampere) Ah, mAh: unit of measurement for the capacity of a battery (Amperes x time unit; h = hour). If a pack is charged for one hour at a current of 2 A, it has been fed 2 Ah of energy. It receives the same quantity of charge (2 Ah) if it is charged for 4 hours at 0.5 A, or 15 minutes (=1/4 h) at 8 A. 'C'-rating: Capacity is also referred to as the 'C' rating. Some battery suppliers recommend charge and discharge currents based on the battery 'C' rating. A battery's '1C' current is the same number as the battery's rated capacity number, but noted in mA or amps. A 600mAh battery has a 1C current value of 600mA, and a 3C current value of (3 x 600mA) 1800mA or 1.8A. The 1C current value for a 3200mAh battery would be 3200mA (3.2A). Nominal voltage(V): The nominal voltage of the battery pack can be determined as follows; -.NiCd or NiMH: multiply the total number of cells in the pack by 1.2. A 8-cell pack will have a nominal voltage of 9.6 volts (8x1.2). -.LiPo: multiply the total number of cells in the pack by 3.7. A 3-cell LiPo wired in series will have a nominal voltage of 11.1 volts (3x3.7). -.LiIo: multiply the total number of cells in the pack by 3.6. A 2-cell LiIo wired in series will have a nominal voltage of 7.2 volts (2x3.6). -.LiFe: multiply the total number of cells in the pack by 3.3. A 4-cell LiIo wired in series will have a nominal voltage of 13.2 volts (4x3.3). -.LiHV: multiply the total number of cells in the pack by 3.7V. A 4-cell LiHV wired in series will have a nominal voltage of 14.8 volts (4x3.7). If the nominal voltage of the battery is not printed on the battery's label, consult your battery manufacturer or supplier. Do not guess the rated voltage of battery. WARRANTY AND SERVICE • This equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with provided instructions and the antenna(s) used for this transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all persons and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. End-users and installers must be provide with antenna installation instructions and transmitter operating conditions for satisfying RF exposure compliance. This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. Le présentappareilestconforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L'exploitationestautorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) l'appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l'utilisateur de l'appareildoit accepter tout brouillageradioélectriquesubi, mêmesi le brouillageest susceptible d'encompromettre le fonctionnement. This equipment complies with IC RSS-102 radiation exposure limit set forth for an uncontrolled environment. Cetéquipementrespecte les limitesd'exposition aux rayonnements IC définies pour un environnement non contrôlé CUSTOMER SERVICE YUNEEC EU 24568 Kaltenkirchen, Germany +49 4191932620 email@example.com YUNEEC USA 5555 Ontario Mills Parkway, Ontario, CA91764, USA 18552848888 firstname.lastname@example.org YUNEEC AU 53 Ellemsea Circuit, Lonsdale South Australia 5160 +61(0)881863301 email@example.com YUNEEC HK 2/F, Man Shung Industrial Building, 7 Lai Yip Street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong 85236166071 firstname.lastname@example.org Any information above might be changed due to the software update. For the latest documents, please check the official website. 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.