Instructions for Use

Simple • Capable • Safe
1. Status LED
a. OFF: No input power detected
i. Indicates charge rate setting. The current setting will be indicated by the LED flashing quickly the number of times cor-
responding to the charge rate, 4 fast flashes = 0.5A, 1 flash = 1A, 2 flashes = 2A, etc.
ii. The pattern will repeat itself after a short delay
c. SOLID RED: Charging
d. FLASHING GREEN: Peak detection active
i. The charger has entered Delta-Peak mode, the battery is approximately 90% charged
e. SOLID GREEN: Charge cycle complete
i. Connection problem or damaged battery (check for proper polarity and balance plug connection.
ii. Input power is out of operating limits.
g. RED/GREEN ERROR: Charger is in thermal protection mode. Charging current has been reduced to minimum to allow for the charger
to cool back down to normal operating temperatures. When the charger has cooled, normal charging will resume. If you see this
error, direct a cooling fan at the charger, with the air blowing away from yourself or any flammable objects.
2. Amps-Start/Stop Button
a. Pressing the button will cycle through the charge current options.
b. Pressing the button for 3 seconds will cause the charge cycle to start, indicated by the LED glowing Solid RED.
c. Press to stop charging at any time while charging.
d. Press to clear an error.
3. Main charging lead
a. Connect to the main charge leads of your battery using the appropriate connector type. Visit your local hobby dealer for assistance if
the plug on your battery and charger do not match.
b. WARNING: Never try to force connectors together.
4. AC input plug
a. For use with grounded receptacles (plugs) supplying 120-240V @50-60Hz AC power.
5. DC input bananna plug power leads
a. For use with 12V DC power supplies capable of supplying a minimum power of 50W.
b. Use in conjunction with RDNA0007 alligator clips to connect to a 12V automotive battery or DC power source.
6. Ventilation for cooling
a. Always keep clear and never stick anything into the charger through these or any other holes in the case.
7. Storage Tray
a. Use for storing your battery or an additional charger when charger is not in use.
8. High Current T-Plug compatible charge lead connector
Although great for first time users, Radient RC products are indeed advanced and sensitive electronics that could result in injury if used improperly.
Always use caution and common sense as failure to operate your Radient RC product in a safe and responsible manner can result in damage to the
product or other properties. Therefore this product is not intended for use or maintenance by children without direct adult supervision. Radient RC,
and your local hobby dealer shall not be liable for any loss or damages, whether direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential, arising from
the use, misuse, or abuse of this product or any product required to operate or maintain it. Following are some general tips that will help increase
the safe operation and enjoyment of using your charger.
Always operate your charger in a well ventilated area and on a flat surface ensuring no vents are obstructed.
Do not operate your charger in direct sun light, rain, electrical, or thunder storms.
The charger should never be connected to a battery without being connected to an input power source.
Never operate your charger where input power is highly unstable.
Never attempt to charge a non-rechargable battery or battery type that is not compatible wit this charger
Operate in a dry, open environment away from property, and cars (never run into the street for any reason).
Always disconnect the battery from the charger after charge is complete.
Never connect the battery when the charger is powered off. The charger should always be powered on before connecting the battery.
Never stick anything into the charger case due to risk of electrical shock.
Always allow batteries to completely cool before charging.
NOTE: Only use genuine replacement or aftermarket parts available from your local dealer to ensure proper operation of your Radient
RC product.