Micro Charger / Model 9710
Instruction Leaflet
Safety
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
This leaflet contains important safety and operating instructions.
Please read these fully and note all warnings before using the
charger. Please follow all instructions and retain this leaflet for
future reference.
charge or process as well as the operation of the charger’s own
functions which will be shut down to a safe condition should any
of the tests fail.
2.7
AC Mains Input:
100-240V ~ autoselected. Frequency 50-60 Hz. Maximum power
consumption 35W.
2.8
Output Protection:
Charger protected against short circuit and open circuit.
IMPORTANT: Use only on AC supplies 100-240V, 50/60Hz.
Supply connection to the charger should be made using only the
Power Supply Unit and plug supplied with this equipment.
2.9
AC Mains Failure Protection:
Should mains failure occur during a charging program, or whilst
the charger is connected, it will shut down to a safe condition.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched. Unplug
this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long
periods of time.
2.10
User Interface:
LED indication of an absent battery, battery charging, charging
complete and a faulty battery is provided by the charger. Battery
state of charge is indicated by the battery’s own capacity
indicator. The charger is fully automatic in operation and no user
controls are provided.
2.11
Operating Temperature Range:
0ºC to +40ºC (+32ºF to +104ºF).
2.12
Overall Dimensions / Weight:
110 x 87 x 58mm (boxed) / 200g.
2.13
Typical Battery Charging Times:
These charge times are for fully-discharged 96Wh batteries to
fully-charged. 150Wh batteries will take 50% longer.
PAG chargers are not intended for any use other than the charging
of batteries as detailed in 'Specification'.
1.5
WARNING: Indoor use only. To reduce the risk of fire or electric
shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
1.6
Although the charger is reverse polarity protected, extreme care
should always be taken not to short circuit the battery itself.
Rechargeable batteries can deliver power at a very high rate, and
short circuiting even a partially charged battery could result in a
fire or personal injury. PAG supplies a range of connector leads for
most charging requirements, and does not accept responsibility
for any other form of charging connection.
1.7
Do not disassemble the charger. There are no user-serviceable parts
inside. Incorrect reassembly may result in a safety hazard.
1.8
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is
required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as
the supply cord or plug, when the apparatus has been exposed to
rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
In this event you should seek advice from your PAG dealer or the
nearest PAG Authorised Service Centre by visiting paguk.com or
direct from PAG in the UK by calling +44 (0)20 8543 3131.
No. of Batteries
Specification
2.1
Model No. 9710
2.2
Range of Batteries Charged:
The PAGlink Micro Charger is designed for charging the following
PAGlink batteries, individually or linked:
• Model 9303 PAGlink PL96e
• Model 9304 PAGlink PL96T
• Model 9308 PAGlink PL150e
• Model 9309 PAGlink PL150T
It can also be used to charge the following batteries:
• Model 9307V PAG L90 Slim
• Model 9310V PAG L95e/L96e
• Model 9305V PAG L96T
• Model 9360 PAG L95
• Sony V-Mount Li-Ion
2.3
Battery Connections:
V-Mount connector.
2.4
Main Charge Program:
Li-Ion voltage-charge program.
2.5
Recovery Charge:
This special program will automatically recover a PAG Li-Ion
battery where the output has been shut down.
2.6
Self Test Program:
The internal microprocessor constantly monitors the battery under
Charge Time
1
3 hrs
15 mins
2
7 hrs
15 mins
3
11 hrs
15 mins
4
15 hrs
Installation
3.1
PAGlink Micro Chargers are supplied with an AC to DC power supply
unit conforming to: EN60950-1, EN55022 & EN55024.
AC supply connection to the charger should be made using only
the Power Supply Unit and connector (plug) included with this
equipment. The following connectors are available from PAG:
• Model 9710U U K
• Model 9710E Europe
• Model 9710J Japan/USA
• Model 9710A Australia
3.2
The PAGlink Micro Charger PSU is designed for use on AC supplies
worldwide, and automatically accept supplies in the range 100240V ~ autoselected. Mains supply frequency must be in the range
50-60Hz.
3.3
PAGlink Micro Charger Model 9710 may be powered from a 12V
vehicle battery using PAG Vehicle Battery-Power Converter, Model
No. 9775.
3.4
PAG TECHNICAL INFORMATION:
For further technical information, please contact an authorised
PAG Service Centre. Visit the PAG website at paguk.com/agents
to discover your nearest point of contact, or contact PAG Ltd.
in the UK: +44 (0)20 8543 3131, or support@paguk.com.
Operating Instructions
Servicing & Repairs
4.1
IMPORTANT: Note Section 4.13, Supply Failure. PAGlink Micro
Chargers may be disconnected from the supply at any time in
complete safety and without damage to the charger or any
batteries connected.
5.1
Refer all servicing or repairs to an authorised PAG Service Centre.
The PAGlink Micro Charger contains advanced electronics that do
not require periodic maintenance. Consequently there are no userserviceable parts inside.
4.2
Fit the AC connector (plug) to the charger. Connect the V-Mount
charging shoe to the charger. Clip the V-Mount charging shoe
over the contacts of the battery. Connect the charger to a suitable
AC supply.
5.2
Qualified electronics engineers who wish to gain access to internal
assemblies should note that parts of the power circuit retain a
high voltage even after the mains supply has been disconnected.
Wait for a period of 5 minutes following disconnection before
commencing disassembly and be aware of charged capacitors.
4.3
On power-up the charger will automatically run a self test program
and then the Recovery Charge program. Any batteries that are
connected to the charger but which do not require the Recovery
Charge program will be charged as normal.
5.3
The PAGlink Micro Charger features a fail-safe shutdown mode.
In this case, the charger should be disconnected from the supply,
and the unit allowed to cool before reconnecting to the supply.
Should the charger re-enter the fail-safe shutdown mode, more
detailed investigation is required. Seek advice from an authorised
PAG Service Centre.
5.4
If any part of the charger has been damaged, if it has been
exposed to moisture, rain or liquid, or if it does not operate
normally, seek advice from an authorised PAG Service Centre.
Unqualified personnel should not attempt further investigation
(see paragraph 5.1). Any such interference will invalidate the
guarantee.
4.4
Key to the PAGlink Micro Charger LED indcation:
RED
Constant
=
ABSENT
ORANGE
Flashing
=
CHARGING
GREEN
Constant
=
DONE
RED
Flashing
=
FAULTY
Authorised PAG Service Centres:
4.5
4.6
PAG UK: T: +44 (0)20 8543 3131, E: support@paguk.com
With no batteries connected, the charger’s LED indicator will be
lit RED continuously. Charging will automatically commence after
10 seconds and the LED will flash ORANGE while charging is
occurring.
PAG America: T: +1 631 300 8215, E: sales@pagamerica.com
If you are located outside the UK and US, please visit
www.paguk.com/agents to discover your nearest point of
contact.
Each battery’s state of charge will be indicated on its individual
capacity display.
NOTE: When a Li-Ion battery has been charged to approximately
80%, the charge current is reduced. Li-Ion batteries must receive a
reduced charge rate during the final phase.
4.7
The charger’s LED indicator will light GREEN, when batteries are
fully-charged and have received as much charge as they can safely
accept.
4.8
Batteries may be removed, and others connected at any time,
without affecting the operation of the charger.
4.9
If a new battery is connected, the charging sequence will be
initiated automatically. The most discharged battery will be
addressed first. The order in which batteries are connected is
therefore immaterial; the charger will ensure that all batteries are
charged in due course.
4.10
If the charger detects a severely faulty battery while the charging
program is running, the LED will flash RED. This could be caused
by one of several conditions, such as a very old or damaged
battery, a short circuit battery, an excessively high or low voltage
battery, or an excessively high or low supply voltage. The charger
is reset by disconnecting it from the power supply.
4.11
The charger will not recognise the connection of a battery which
has a voltage substantially outside of its range.
4.12
If the internal protection circuit of a PAG Li-Ion battery should
turn off for any reason, the battery display will not operate, and
there will be no voltage at the battery terminals. The PAGlink
Micro Charger incorporates a Recovery Charge program which will
automatically turn the protection circuit back on again.
4.13
If AC power fails during operation, the charger will shut down
safely; no damage will occur to either the charger or the batteries.
When the mains power is restored the charger will default to the
main charge program.
Guarantee
6.1
Notwithstanding any provision of any agreement the following
guarantee is exclusive: PAG Limited guarantees each Micro Charger
it manufactures to be free of defects in material and workmanship
under use and service for TWO YEARS from the date of purchase.
This guarantee extends only to the original purchaser. This
guarantee shall not apply to fuses or any product or parts which
have been subject to misuse, neglect, accident or abnormal
conditions of operation.
6.2
In the event of failure of a product covered by this guarantee,
PAG Limited will repair and calibrate equipment returned to an
authorised Service Facility within the period of the guarantee,
provided the guarantor’s examination discloses to its satisfaction
the product was defective. The guarantor may, at its option, replace
the product in lieu of repair. With regard to any equipment returned
within this period, said repairs or replacements will be made
without charge. If the failure has been caused by misuse, neglect,
accident or abnormal conditions of operation, repairs will be billed
at a nominal cost. In such a case, an estimate will be submitted
before work is started, if requested.
6.3
The foregoing guarantee is in lieu of all other guarantees, express
or implied, including but not limited to any implied guarantee or
merchantability, fitness or adequacy for any particular purpose or
use. PAG Limited shall not be liable for any special, incidental, or
consequential damages, whether in contract, tort, or otherwise.
PAG Ltd. 565 Kingston Road, Raynes Park, London SW20 8SA, UK
E sales@paguk.com • T +44 (0)20 8543 3131 • F +44 (0)20 8540 4116 • www.paguk.com
U5118 / SEP 2017
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