Fusion NX86 AC/DC NiMH Charger

Fusion NX86 AC/DC NiMH Charger

Brand: Fusion

Part Number: O-FS-NX86

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The Fusion NX86 AC/DC Delta Peak Fast Charger is idealy suited for charging a complete range of NiMH batteries from either mains or 12V DC inputs and comes complete with a selection of charge leads.

Fusion NX86 AC/DC NiMH Charger Specifications:

  • Ni-Cd/Ni-MH Batteries: 4~8 Cells
  • Charge Rates Selectable: 0.5A, 1A, 2A, 3.5A & 5A
  • Charge Status: LED
  • Inputs: 110~240V AC or 12V DC (cigarette lighter adaptor included)
  • Leads included: Tamiya/Molex Charge Lead, TRX Charge Lead, T Type Charge Lead, Rx Charge Lead
  • Outputs: 4mm Sprint Clip Connection
  • Charge Termination: Delta Peak
  • Brand: Fusion
  • Part No: O-FS-NX86
  • Input Voltage:
    • 12V
    • 240V (UK mains)
  • Included Connectors:
    • Deans
    • Receiver
    • Tamiya
    • Traxxas
  • Chemistry: NiMh / NiCd

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Does this have a UK plug? Thanks
Asked by Jamie on 27th January 2017
Yes supplied with a UK plug.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

please have you got a fusion nx86 in shop
Asked by Pmarsh on 27th March 2017

Yes, we keep this item instore

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would this charge a nimh 8.4v 3300mah tamyia stick ?
Asked by Ade on 6th May 2017
Yes, this would charge that battery no problem.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would this charge a 5000mah 7.2v tamiya battery pack
Asked by Kaan on 13th August 2017

Yes, this would charge that no problem.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

I have a nimh battery and was wondering if there need any extra cables or does my battery tamiya cable plug straight into the box,also how long would this charger take to charge a 7.2v 1800mah battery
Asked by Aman on 16th August 2017

If your battery has a Tamiya connector it will plug directly into this charger.

It would take around 45 mins to charge an 1800 battery at the 2 Amp setting.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

I am going to purchase this battery however I was wondering the difference this was between the Euro version as there are two of these chargers. What one shall I buy? Confused why one is a Euro when it looks the same
Asked by Aman on 16th August 2017

The Euro version has a euro plug.

You will want the normal version if you are in the UK.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

I have purchased this charger however wasn't quite sure whether how many amps I should charge my battery at . I have a 7.2v 1800mah battery.
Asked by Aman on 23rd August 2017

We'd recommend no more than 2 Amps for your 1800mah battery.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Can this charge a 7.2v 5500ma? And how long does it take?
Asked by Gordon on 10th September 2017

Yes, it could charge a 5500mah battery in around 1 hour at 5 Amps.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Does the part number: O-FS-NX86 charger work for Tamiya connector 3300 nimh batteries as my son has a FTX Carange and it has a different charger as the one advertised for the FTX Vantage
Asked by Claire Stephens on 20th September 2017

Yes this comes with the Tamiya style connector and will work fine with the FTX batteries.

Answered by: Anthony @ Wheelspin Models

hi im a bit of a newbie with rc cars, how do i determine which charger will charge fastest ? how long would this charger take to charge a 5000mah deans battery ? thanks
Asked by Jon on 2nd October 2017

On a NiMh battery you wouldn't want to charge at more than 1C (so say 5 Amps for your 5000mah battery).

This charger can charge at 5 Amps maximum, so would take around 45-60 mins to fully charge your 5000mah battery.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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