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hiya,

 

i got this charger when i bought my AEG now the problem ive had is i think its a pretty idiot proof charger but.... the instructions came in french so i have been pretty much guessing at how to use it...

 

 

could anyone shed any light?

 

 

 

http://www.zerooneairsoft.com/product_info.php?cPath=274&products_id=2659

 

edit ill upload some other close ups when i get home later or tomorrow

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This is the link on the makers website

 

http://www.a2pro-online.com/chargers/delta-peak-charger/delta-peak-charger-1a-to-2a.html

 

Looks simple enough. Choice of fast or slow charge set by screwdriver on the yellow plastic screw.

 

Looks like you press a button to switch it to discharge your batteries to prevent memory problems.

 

LEDs are

 

Fast Charge = Rapide

Slow Charge = Lent

Discharge = decharge

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This is the link on the makers website

 

http://www.a2pro-online.com/chargers/delta-peak-charger/delta-peak-charger-1a-to-2a.html

 

Looks simple enough. Choice of fast or slow charge set by screwdriver on the yellow plastic screw.

 

Looks like you press a button to switch it to discharge your batteries to prevent memory problems.

 

LEDs are

 

Fast Charge = Rapide

Slow Charge = Lent

Discharge = decharge

 

 

yeah problem i have is and correct me if im being stupid is i have both 8.4v 2200mAh and 9.6 1600mAh batteries and there isnt an option for the 9.6 and the second dial only goes up to 1000mA

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According to their website, the charger is auto voltage sensing, so that shouldn't be a problem.

 

I would charge them at the 1000mA setting.

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According to their website, the charger is auto voltage sensing, so that shouldn't be a problem.

 

I would charge them at the 1000mA setting.

 

 

yeah thats what i thought from reading through but got a bit confused.... cheers dude

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