Tronic KH 980 All-purpose Battery Charger
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ALL - PURPOSE BATTERY CHARGER
KH 980 ALL - PURPOSE BATTERY CHARGER Operating instructions
KOMPERNASS GMBH BURGSTRASSE 21 D-44867 BOCHUM www.kompernass.com ID-Nr.: KH980-05/09-V2
Intended Use Items supplied Description of the appliance Technical data Safety instructions Commissioning Charging batteries
Dealing with rechargable batteries...3
Average charging times....5 Calculating the charging time....5 Automatic charging control/Retention charging...5
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Read these operating instructions carefully before using the appliance for the first time and preserve this maual for later reference. Pass this manual on to whoever might acquire the appliance at a future date.
ALL-PURPOSE BATTERY CHARGER KH 980
The Universal Battery Charger is intended exclusively for: the charging of rechargable Ni-Cd and Ni-MH batteries with the sizes AAA/AA/C/D and 9 V Block. for charging both fast and standard rechargeable batteries. domestic use only, it is not intended for commercial use.
Do not place the Universal Battery Charger: where it would be subject to direct sunlight. It could happen that the Universal Battery Charger overheats and becomes irreparably damaged. in close adjacency to sources of heat. This includes for example ovens, fan heaters and similar appliances, as well as the ventilation openings of electrical devices. The Universal Battery Charger could be irreparably damaged. in damp environments or in the vicinity of water. Moisture could permeate into the Universal Battery Charger. There would then be the danger of receiving an electric shock and or causing a fire! Only charge rechargable batteries of the types Ni-Cd and Ni-MH. NEVER recharge batteries of other types or non-rechargable batteries. These are not suitable for recharging. Batteries not suitable for recharging can overheat and explode. It could irreparably damage the Universal Battery Charger and the inserted batteries. There is also a risk of personal injury!
Universal Battery Charger KH 980 Operating manual
Description of the appliance
q Charging slots for 9 V Block batteries
(Charging slots 5 and 6; see fold-out side) w Charging slots for AAA/AA/C/D batteries (Charging slots 1 to 4; see fold-out side) e LEDs
Danger of electrical shock!
Do not place the Universal Battery Charger: in the close vicinity of water, e. g. baths and swimming pools. Should water permeate into the Universal Battery Charger, the appliance could be irreparably damaged. Remove the power cable from the plug socket before cleaning the Universal Battery Charger. You can thus avoid an electric shock. Should water or moisture permeate the Universal Battery Charger despite observing all precautions, immediately remove the power cable from the plug socket.
Input voltage: AC V ~ 50/60 Hz Power consumption: 25 W Protection class: II / Charging currents: 6 x 330 mA (Type AAA) 6 x 1000 mA (Type AA) 4 x 1000 mA (Type C or D ) 2 x 60 mA (9 V Block battery)
Always store batteries out of the reach of children! There is a danger that children could swallow batteries! Due to the poisonous content of batteries there is a danger to life! When charging batteries never leave the Universal Battery Charger unsupervised. The batteries could become hot during charging. NEVER touch hot batteries! There is a risk of being burnt! After charging batteries, first of all remove the power cable of the Universal Battery Charger from the plug socket. Then allow the batteries to cool down before removing them from the Universal Battery Charger. Should the power cable be defective, immediately arrange for it to be replaced by a service partner to avoid the risk of injury. The Universal Battery Charger does not contain any user-serviceable components. Should you open the housing of the Universal Battery Charger, the warranty expires! Should repairs be needed, contact one of our service partners in your area. No liability or warranty will be accepted for damage caused by opening the appliance housing, repairs attempted by non-qualified persons or improper use of the Universal Battery Charger! Leakage of battery acids can occur, especially with old batteries. You should remove all batteries from the Universal Battery if you do not intend to use it for an extended period. You can thus protect the Universal Battery Charger from leaking battery acids. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensorial or mental cabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
Dealing with rechargable batteries
Do not use damaged (corroded) batteries. Should batteries leak, avoid skin contact with them. This leads to skin irritation. Should a battery leak into the Universal Battery Charger, clean it with a dry cloth. Wear protective gloves!
Before taking the Universal Battery Charger into use, check that all items are complete/available and free of visible damage. Place the Universal Battery Charger on a straight, level, scratch and slip resistant surface.
This appliance is equipped with non-slip rubber feet. As furniture surfaces may be made of a variety of materials and are treated with many different types of cleaning agents, it cannot be completely ruled out that some substances contain ingredients which may corrode the rubber feet and soften them. If possible, place an anti-slip material under the Compare the technical details with those of your power supplier. If they match, insert the power plug into a power socket. The LEDs blink in orange three times. The Universal Battery Charger is now ready for use.
Charge exclusively rechargable batteries of the types Ni-Cd and Ni-MH. NEVER recharge batteries of other types or nonrechargable batteries. These are not suitable for recharging. They could irreparably damage the Universal Battery Charger and the inserted batteries. There is also the danger of a fire as well as an explosion!
When the battery capacity has been determined, the charging process begins. The various displays have the following meanings: The LED blinks alternatively red and green: The batteries are being discharged for max.10 minutes (Refresh-Function). The LED blinks green: The batteries are being charged by means of impulse-charging, for ca. 3 minutes with a reduced charging current. The LED continuously glows red: The batteries are being charged. The LED continuously glows green: The batteries are fully charged. The LED blinks red: The inserted batteries are not positioned correctly in the charging slot or are defective.
Ensure that the batteries are inserted into the charging slots in accordance with their polarities. Otherwise, the batteries will not be charged. Insert the batteries into the charging slots. Press the 9 V Block batteries into the charging slot until they audibly engage. 1 to 8 batteries can be individually charged: 4 x Type C or Type D batteries in the charging slots 1 to 4, with additionally 2 x Type 9 Volt Block batteries in the charging slots 5 and 6, or 6 x Type AA or AAA in the charging slots 1 to 4, with additionally 2 x Type 9 Volt Block batteries in the charging slots 5 and 6. The charging process now begins. The Universal Battery Charger has an LED for each cell in the charging slot. The LEDs of the respective charging slots show the charge condition of the individual batteries. In the first 5 seconds the Universal Battery Charger carries out a capacity test: - The LED of the charging slot glows orange: Capacity between 20%80%. - The LED of the charging slot glows red: Capacity under 20%. - The LED of the charging slot glows green: Capacity over 80%.
Should type C or D batteries be charged in the outer charging slots, the operating condition is displayed by the inner LEDs.
The batteries could become hot during charging. NEVER touch hot batteries! There is a danger of being burnt! Remove the power cable of the Universal Battery Charger from the plug socket and allow the batteries to cool down. Afterwards you can remove the charged batteries from the Universal Battery Charger.
Average charging times
Depending on the type, age and remaining charge in the batteries, the charging process can take various lengths of time. The average charging time can be taken from the following table. Take note however that the times given are only guiding values. Type AAA batteries Capacity 900 mAh 300 mAh Ni-MH 245 Min. --Type AA batteries Capacity 2500 mAh 800 mAh Ni-MH 225 Min. --Type C batteries Capacity 4000 mAh 1800 mAh Ni-MH 360 Min. --Type D batteries Capacity 4500 mAh 1800 mAh Ni-MH 400 Min. --Ni-Cd --160 Min. Ni-Cd --160 Min. Ni-Cd --70 Min. Ni-Cd --80 Min.
Calculating the charging time
Current time (Min.) = Capacity of the battery (mAh) x 1,5 x 60 Charging current of the appliance (mA)
Automatic charging control/ Retention charging
This Universal Battery Charger controls the charging time for rechargable batteries of the types Ni-Cd and Ni-MH separately. This control is based on the U (minus Delta U) calculation. In mathematics, with Delta differences are described. Minus Delta U in this case means a negative voltage difference. This charge identification makes itself useful in the following effects: Should a battery be charged with a constant current, its voltage rises continuously. When the battery is full, its voltage reaches a maximum and falls lightly with further current flow. This light fall in voltage is recognised by the charging electronics and the charge process is terminated. The Universal Battery Charger automatically switches to Retention charging. This means that the batteries are no longer being charged with continuous power, but with short power impulses instead. This counteracts the process of self-discharge, thus retaining the batteries in a fully charged condition.
9V Block batteries Capacity 200 mAh 100 mAh Ni-MH 280 Min. --Ni-Cd --140 Min.
The Universal Battery Charger displays no functions
Check to see if the power cable is correctly inserted into the power socket. Check to see if the power socket is live. To do this, connect a different, functioning electrical appliance to the socket.
Clean the housing of the Universal Battery Charger only with a dry cloth. For stubborn soiling use a lightly moistened cloth. When cleaning ensure that no moisture can permeate into the Universal Battery Charger! Never clean the insides of the charging slots with moist cloths. Instead, use a clean soft brush to clean them. Under no circumstances should you use abrasive or chemical cleaners.
The inserted batteries are not being charged
Check that the batteries are being inserted in accord with their polarity. Check that batteries suitable for charging have been inserted into the Universal Battery Charger. Suitable for charging are exclusively rechargable Ni-Cd and Ni-MH batteries of the types AAA/AA/C/D and 9 V Block batteries. Remove the power cable from the power socket and allow the appliance to cool down, as the temperature monitoring has possibly activated itself. Temperature monitoring ensures that the charging process is broken off as soon as a battery reaches an excessively high temperature.
Do not dispose of the appliance in your normal domestic waste. This product is subject to the European guideline 2002/96/EC. Dispose of the appliance through an approved disposal centre or at your community waste facility. Observe the currently applicable regulations. In case of doubt, please contact your waste disposal centre.
Battery disposal! Other malfunctions
Make contact with one of our service partners close to you if: the malfunction cannot be corrected as described above, or, when operating the Universal Battery Charger, other malfunctions occur. Batteries may not be disposed of with normal domestic waste. All consumers are statutorily obliged to dispose of batteries at the collection point in their community/district or with the original supplier. The purpose of this obligation is to ensure that batteries can be disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner. Only dispose of batteries when they are fully discharged. Dispose of all packaging materials in an environmentally responsible manner.
Warranty & Service
The warranty for this appliance is for 3 years from the date of purchase. The appliance has been manu-factured with care and meticulously examined before delivery. Please retain your receipt as proof of purchase. In the case of a warranty claim, please make contact by telephone with our service department. Only in this way can a post-free despatch for your goods be assured. The warranty covers only claims for material and maufacturing defects, not for wearing parts or for damage to fragile components. This product is for private use only and is not intended for commercial use. The warranty is void in the case of abusive and improper handling, use of force and internal tampering not carried out by our authorized service branch. Your statutory rights are not restricted in any way by this warranty. DES Ltd Tel.: 0870/787-6177 Fax: 0870/787-6168 e-mail: email@example.com Kompernass Service Ireland Tel: 412 (0,082 EUR/Min.)
Standard call rates apply. Mobile operators may vary.
KOMPERNASS GMBH BURGSTRASSE BOCHUM, GERMANY www.kompernass.com
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