CR-2500 Li-Ion 14MZ Transmitter/Receiver Charger by Futaba
This product was added to our catalog on June 12, 2007.This is the Futaba CR-2500 Lithium, NiCd and NiMH Battery Charger & Discharger.The CR-2500 will charge the 14MZ, 12Z and FX-40 Lithium-ion batteries from the transmitter.Also charges NiCd, and NiMh batteries for receivers, and glow starters.
Silver plastic with black plastic base Tx and Rx or Tx and Glow can be charged simultaneously Rx and Glow batteries cannot be charged simultaneously Outputs on charger consist of Tx and RX and Glow Charges Lithium-ion battery used in the 14MZ transmitter Employs the Auto-Cut by constant current and voltage to manage peak detection for 14MZ, 12Z and FX-40 transmitter batteries Auto-Cut by the delta peak for receiver battery and glow starter Charging current for receiver and glow starter is adjustable LCD screen monitors, input voltage, output voltage, charging current, peak voltage, charging time, and charging amount Handles 4-6 cell receiver batteries Black cord with White mini adapter for hooking up alligator clips One year limited warranty
One CR-2500 battery charger Two charging adapters, Futaba connector male and female ends Black charging adapter for charging battery while in transmitter Alligator clips with mini white connector for a 12V 6A or more power supply 12V car battery cigarette socket
12V Power supply minimum 6amps
- Input Voltage: DC11V-15V
- Operating Voltage: 10.5V
- Charging Current: Tx: 1.5A, Rx: 0.05A-2A, Glow: 1A-2.5A
- Discharging Current: Rx: 0.5A Battery Range: Tx: Futaba Li-ion 7.4V battery pack/2200mAh Rx: 4-6 cells/50mAh-2000mAh Glow: 1 cell/2000mAh-3000mAh Cut-off: Tx: constant voltage and timer/Rx, Glow: delta peak
- Case size: 5.9" x 3.3" x 1.4" (151mm x 85mm x 35mm) Weight: 12.9oz (365g)
The CR-2500 was designed to charge the 14MZ, 12Z and FX-40 batteries while in transmitter. The Futaba adapter cable is only for the purpose of charging the batteries while in the transmitter. It will not charge the batteries from other Futaba transmitters.