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anyone out there know about the Hobbico quick field charger mkII?

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Old 01-28-2007, 08:07 PM
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Default anyone out there know about the Hobbico quick field charger mkII?

i just bought one of these and can't figure out how you tell when the batteries are done and what the different flashing led's mean....i know that a solid color means it is charging...and a red and green flashing means that something is hooked up incorrect...but i just got done charging 2 lipos on it, both brand new and one was flashing evenly in its green color, and the other was flashing kinda intermittently but in the same green color???? I've read the entire directions twice now can't seem to find anything! your help is much appreciated, thanks everyone
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I think it beeeps very loud when done.
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steady read means it's charging a nicad, steady yellow is charging a nimh, steady green is lipo. the legend is on the front. press the start button for which side you're charging once for nicad, twice for nimh and 3 times for lipo. It will beep several times when the charge is complete, then go to a trickle charge mode, indicated by a flashing light.
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