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4000 mAh 2S 7.4v LiPo Battery and Charger Combo For Radio Controlled Cars

The perfect kit to upgrade RTR cars to LiPo power

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Excellent value 2S LiPo from Peak Racing coupled with a simple charger from NVision to make the ideal LiPo upgrade kit for RTR cars

Peak Power Plant 4000 mAh 2S 7.4v LiPo Battery PEK00544

Manufacturer: Peak Racing

Part Number: PEK00544

Battery Connector Type: Deans Connector

Voltage: 7.4v/ 2s

Battery Configuration: Stick

Battery Capacity: 4000mAh

Battery Type: LiPo

Battery Application: Cars and boats which require 2S LiPo power

'C' Rating: 45C

NVision 10w 800 mA Fast Charger For 2S And 3S LiPo/LiFe Batteries NVO2016UK

10W AC LiPo/LiFe Fast Charger

The new 10W AC charger from nVision is compatible with 2-3S LiPo and LiFe batteries. It has a total charge power of 10W at maximum charge rates of 800mA. This affordable charger is very easy to use and suitable to charge batteries contained in RTR cars or RTF airplanes.

2-3S LiPo/LiFe Charger

Max. Charge Current: 800mA

Easy to use

Works with 100-240V

Digital Charge Technology

LED Monitoring


AC input voltage 100-240VAC (50-60Hz)

Output 12.6V/800mA (10W max)

Battery compatibility 2 or 3 cell LiPo/LiFe 6.6 to 11.1V

Battery connectors type JST-XH

Charging mode CC/CV(constant current/constant voltage)

Operating temperature 5° to 40°C(41° to 104°F)


WARNING! If the power LED fails to light or if the

status LED flashes RED, disconnect the battery

and discontinue use of the charger immediately.

• The power LED is green when the charger is powered on.

• The status LED color indicates the current status of the charger and battery.

Status LED color :

• Red = charging

• Green = battery charged

• Flashing red = issue detected with the battery or charger


WARNING! Failure to select the proper battery

type could result in excessive heat, fire and ultimately injury and property damage.

The charger can charge LiPo and LiFe batteries which require different charge settings. Select the correct battery type using the switch located

under the charger. Do not modify the switch position during the charge process. Check the battery label or battery manufacturer information to determine the battery type. Please contact an authorized retailer or Nvision with compatibility questions


WARNING! Attempting to charge batteries with incompatible or damaged connectors or attempting to charge two batteries simultaneously could

result in excessive heat, fire and ultimately injury and property damage.

The charger is equipped with two JST-XH type connectors to connect the batteries to the charger. Do not attempt to charge batteries equipped with other types of connectors. You can only use one connector at a time; do not attempt to charge two batteries simultaneously.

Left side connector, 4-pin connector for 3 cell (3S) 11.1/9.9 Volt LiPo/LiFe battery

Right side connector, 3-pin connector for 2 cell (2S) 7.4/6.6 Volt LiPo/LiFe battery


WARNING! Never leave the charger unattended while it is powered on. Once the battery is connected to the charger, the charge process begins immediately. Failure to continuously monitor the charger and/or battery may result in excessive heat, fire and user injury or property damage.

1. Connect the AC power cord to the charger AC power input connector.

2. Connect the AC power cord to an AC power source (100-240VAC), the POWER LED lights green.

3. Select the battery type, LiPo or LiFe, using the switch located underneath the charger.

4. Connect the battery to the appropriate charge output connector, 2S two cell or 3S three cell battery.

5. The charge process starts as soon as the battery is connected to the charger! The status LED color is red during the charge process.

6. When the charge process is completed, the status LED color becomes green.

7. Immediately disconnect the battery from the charger after the charge process is completed.

WARNING! Do not leave the battery connected to the charger once the charge process is completed. If at any time during the charge process, the battery pack becomes hot or begins to puff, discontinue the charge process and disconnect the battery immediately. Batteries can cause fire, collateral damage and injuries.