NUPROL Multi Function NiMh / LiPo / LiFe Charger

NUPROL
Product code: NPC-04
£42.99
  • Advanced Smart Charger
  • NiMh / LiPo / LiHV / NiCD
  • Digital Display Screen

Built by NUPROL as part of their Power range this is a high quality Airsoft battery charger which packs a huge collection of features under the hood. Not only does the charger charge standard LiPo and NiMh batteries, but also charges LiFe, Ni-CD and LiHV cells too.

Full description

Description

 

The charger itself is a smart charger, meaning that the charger automatically charges and cuts off when the battery is full. Some cheaper low-end chargers do not support this meaning you have to work out how long to charge for, with this charger you can plug it in and not have to worry about when the battery is full, as the charger will cut off the power supply when it is full to prevent any damage to the batteries.

This charger is not your every day charger, it is an Airsoft battery charger, but with a difference. It's not just a standard charger with a blinking LED, it also features a LED 7 segment display which shows digitally what type of battery you're charging, as well as the amount of charge remaining.

The charger itself charges Airsoft standard LiPo an NiMh battery, as well as other rarer types such as LiFe and NiCd batteries. What this charger does is also charge Lithium High Voltage batteries, also known as LiHV, which are used in RC Cars and Vehicles. This means that if you're hobby cross you can use the one charger for both. The charger supports 2-4 cell LiPo, LiFe and LiHV batteries, and 4-8 cell NiMh and NiCd batteries.

The charger comes packaged with all the additional cables required to charge all your Airsoft batteries. As standard the charging cable bundled has an upgraded Deans connector allowing you to charge upgraded batteries, and comes with an adaptor to convert deans to mini-tamiya in order to change more standard batteries. The side of the battery also features data ports used for plugging in LiPo, LiFe and LiHV batteries for balance charging.

The charger itself is designed to work with standard UK plug sockets, and works on a 100v - 240v AC input at 50 / 60hz, meaning it should work in almost all homes in the UK. The charger outputs a maximum charge power of 30W, and adjusts itself to what the battery requires in order to safely charge the battery without causing any damage.

This charger is perfect for any Airsoft skirmisher who is looking to get into Airsoft and needs a top quality charger, or even for those who are regular skirmishers and are looking to replace their charger with a better and high quality version.

 

Features

  • Created by NUPROL as part of their POWER range
  • Intelligent Auto-Stop charger
  • Charges almost every type of Airsoft battery
  • Charges Li-Po, Li-Fe, Li-Hv, Ni-MH and Ni-Cd Batteries
  • Smart charging system to detect problems safely
  • Stops charging when the battery is full
  • LED Text Display and LED info light
  • Internal power supply system
  • Comes with charging harness and connector adaptor
  • Can be used with LiPo data connectors for Balance Charge
  • Standard cable includes Deans connector
  • Comes with Deans to Mini-Tamiya Converter
  • Adjustable AMP output setting
  • AMP adjustable to 0.5A - 4A in 0.5A increments
  • 100v - 240v AC Input voltage
  • Outputs a max of 30W

Package Includes

  • Multi Function NiMh / LiPo / LiFe Charger
  • Charging Harness to Deans Connector
  • Deans to Mini-Tamiya Converter
  • Power Cable

Special Instructions

Please ensure that when charging battery you always do so in a fire safe environment, such as in a battery charging back.

Do not charge any damaged batteries, as this can lead to further damage. Examples of this are: Swollen / puffy batteries, damaged wires, or fully discharged batteries.

Ensure the charger is on the correct setting before beginning the charge cycle.

Do not change the battery charge type while the battery is charging.


Instructions

Below are the instructions for the charging process.

  1. Power on the AC Power supply
  2. The charger is ready when the led in the middle flashes blue
  3. Choose the right battery type by holding in the button until it changes
  4. Adjust the Amperage to the correct setting (Chose the value closest below the Amperage of the battery, so for 1200mAh chose 1A, etc)
  5. Connect the main connector to the front of the charger. If the battery is a Li-Po, Li-Fe or Li-Hv then also connect it to the side data ports
  6. When charging begins the central LED will turn red. The digital display will show the percentage of charge on LiPo, LiFe and Li-Hv. The digital display will show the total voltage when you are charging Ni-Mh or Ni-Cd battery.
  7. When the battery is full the LED will turn purple
  8. Once the battery is removed the led will return to flashing blue when it is ready for the next battery

Battery Type Display

Display LED Screen
LiPo
LiFe
LiHv
NiMh / HiCd

Specification

General

Parts & Accessories Type
Battery Charger
Over 18 Only Icon
Over 18
No
Patrol Base - Warning Icon
Warnings
Li-Po - Never Leave Charging Unattended , Li-Po - Charge in a Fire Safe Area ,

Construction

Colour Wheel Greyscale
Item Colour
Black
Material Icon
Material
Polymer

Charger Specific

Battery Type
Ni-Mh, Li-Po, Li-Fe, Ni-cd, LiHV,
Battery Connector
  • Patrol Base | Icon | Deans
    Deans
  • Deans To Mini Tamiya
    Deans To Mini Tamiya Adaptor
  • 3 Pin Balance Cable [7.4v]
    3 Pin Balance Cable [7.4v]
  • 4 Pin Balance Cable [11.1v]
    4 Pin Balance Cable [11.1v]

Size guide

Airsoft Battery should only be charged with the chargers as they are specifically designed to work with the specific voltages required by the battery.

Different battery types have different chemical configurations, and require certain chargers to charge them. Charging a battery with the wrong charger can cause damage to the battery and charger, and can cause fires and further damage. Please ensure that before charging you double check that you are using the correct charger.

If your charger supports multiple battery types always ensure that it is on the correct settings before starting the charge.

If you are unsure of what battery or charger you have please get in touch with us via the Contact Us Page.