Battery Charger

  • The charger popped, there's a bad odor, and is not charging.

    If the charger pops, smokes, or there is a bad odor this is an indication of a bad charger. Discontinue use and replace the charger. The HotRC charger has a fire resistant case. During a certain phase in the charging cycle it gets very hot - this is normal. But if the charger becomes too hot to ...
  • About the B3 Pro Charger

    This charger only charges the 11.1v 3 cellĀ Home Original LiPo battery. First plug the charger WITHOUT a battery connected to it - the LEDs should light up. You may notice it flashing between red and green very rapidly, this is normal. If one or more LEDs do not light up the charger is not workin...
  • About the HotRC Upgraded Charger

    The HotRC charger can charge both the 11.1v and the 14.8v batteries: Line up the tabs on the connector with the notches in the appropriate charger port Charge to the maximum capacity before each use - even if you only used it a little bit last time. Note: you may not see the "FUL" indicator -...
  • Using the HotRC Battery charger

    The HotRC charger has a display window that shows the present charge of the battery when it is plugged in. Use the charger away from flammables and monitor it while in use. Plug the charger in first to make sure it is getting power. The readout will show 000 (it may take a few moments to display...