SkyRC eN5 Charger User Manual
Thank you for your choice of the SKYRC eN, 100-240V AC, NiHM/NiCad fast charger. This unit is simple
to use but its operation does require some knowledge on the part of the user. Please read this entire
operating manual completely and attentively before using this product, as it covers a wide range of
information on operating and safety.
SKYRC eN NiMH/NiCad Charger is an economic, high quality 100-240V AC charger, designed for
charging NiMH and NiCad batteries from 4-8 cells. The circuit power is 50W and max charge current can
reach to 5A. There are four kinds of charge current 1A/2A/4A/5A that can be selected. You could select
the proper charge current according to battery capacity.
SKYRC eN comes with the built in power supply. You can connect the AC power cord to the AC socket
(100-240V AC) directly.
Insert the AC power cord into the charger.
Insert the AC cord into a wall socket (100-240V). The charge status LED will light for 1 second and
then flash green which indicates the charger is ready for charging.
Select the proper charging current 1A/2A/4A/5A by the toggle switch. Generally, batteries with a
capacity of 2500mAh and above can be charged at 5 amps.
Connect battery lead to charger’s battery socket.
The charger starts charging. The charge status LED will glow constant red.
When the battery is fully charged, the charge status LED will glow constant green.
Unplug the battery from the charger and the charge status LED will flash green which indicates the
charger is ready to charge another battery.
Please refer to following steps to charge the battery,
EXPLANATION OF LED STATUS
The charge current can’t be changed during charging process. If you change it, the charge status LED will
flash red to alert you to the error. In this case, please disconnect the power cord from the wall socket and
unplug the battery from the charger. You need to restart the charger to make it work again.
* Error Message
- 1 -
- 2 -
1A/2A/4A/5A ± 10%
Charge Current Switch
Charge Status LED Indicator
Approximate Charge Time
How to calculate the charge time?
Charge Time (mins) =Battery Capacity (Ah)/Charge Current (A)
CHARGE LED STATUS
LED Flashes Green
LED Glows Red
LED Glows Green
The Charger is Ready to Charge
The Charger is Charging
The Charger Finished Charging Process
This diagram shows the
correct way to connect
your battery to the eN
charger while charging.
Failure to connect as
shown in this diagram will
damage this charger.