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ESC3
Charger Operating Instructions
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing a Yamaha charger. This manual
provides safety-related information about the charger and
instructions on how to operate it correctly. In this manual, the
symbols shown at right are used to mark items that require
special attention to ensure correct operation.
1. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, CAREFULLY
FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
1.
instructions for battery charger.
2.
Before using battery charger, read all instructions and cautionary markings on battery charger, battery, and product using battery
3.
CAUTION – To reduce risk of injury, charge ESB1 type rechargeable battery (capacity: 11.8 Ah, 42 cells) or JWB-2 type
rechargeable battery (capacity: 6.7Ah, 40 cells) only. Other types of batteries may burst causing personal injury and damage.
 This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities,
WARNING
or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance
by a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
 When using this charger, place it on a flat, stable surface. Be sure to unplug the power plug from the electrical outlet after
using the charger.
If the charger falls, or if someone trips over the power cord, personal injury or damage to the unit could result.
 Do not use the power cord if it is damaged.
If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a special cord or assembly available from the manufacture or its
service agent.
 Do not use the charger outdoors, submerge it in water, or leave it in the rain.
The charger was not designed to be waterproof. If moisture enters the interior of the charger, damage to the unit could
result.
Also, do not handle the power plug or the charging plug with wet hands; otherwise, electric shock could result.
 Do not use the charger around flammable materials.
In particular, check the area around the charger to make sure that no highly flammable materials are present.
 Do not disassemble or modify the charger.
The charger could overheat, catch fire, and explode.
 Do not drop the charger or subject it to shocks.
Personal injury or damage to the charger could result.
 Avoid prolonged contact with the skin.
It is normal for the charger to heat up while it is charging. Therefore, prolonged contact with the skin may result in a low-
temperature burn injury.
 Do not use this charger if the power cord is wound around the unit.
NOTICE
Otherwise, the charger may overheat and be damaged.
 Make sure that the charging plug and the battery charging connector are free of dust, dirt, oil, and moisture. Also, do not
insert any metallic object or other foreign substance into the plug or the connector, for this may cause the charger to
malfunction or damage the battery.
2. Charging Location
To ensure proper charging, select a location that satisfies all the following conditions.
A location that is indoors with good ventilation where the charger will not be exposed to direct sunlight or moisture, such as rain.
The recommended room temperature (10–25 °C) is maintained while the charger is operating.
The charger is on a flat, stable surface with the charge indicator lamp facing up.
The power cord is out of the way so that no one will trip over it and accidentally pull the plug out of the electrical outlet.
 Do not place the charger in locations exposed to direct sunlight, near a heater or other heat source, or where the
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temperature may drop below freezing.
If the charger or the battery becomes hot, the charger protection function may prevent the unit from starting or turn it off
while it is charging.
Also, the protection function activates if the charger is cold.
 Keep the area around the charger free of other objects and do not place a cover or similar item over the unit.
The charger protection function may activate if the flow of air is blocked.
3. Charging Procedure
 If the vehicle has traveled a long distance or on a long uphill grade, or if it has been left outside in the cold for a long time, the
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battery temperature may not be suitable for charging.
In such a case, the charger may not start charging (remains in standby mode) until the battery has reached a suitable
temperature.
1.
Place the charger on a flat, stable surface with the charge indicator lamp facing up.
2.
Insert the charger power plug into an electrical outlet.
A WARNING indicates a hazardous situation which, if
WARNING
not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
A NOTICE indicates special precautions that must be
NOTICE
taken to avoid damage to the vehicle or other
property.
A TIP provides key information to make procedures
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easier or clearer.
This manual contains important safety and operating
3.
(ESB1)Firmly insert the charger charging plug all the way
into the charging connector on the battery.(JWB-2)Put the
battery into the inlet of the charger.
The charge indicator lamp will light up green and the
charger will automatically start charging.
When the battery has been fully charged, the charge
indicator lamp will turn off and power to the charger will be
automatically turned off.
4.
Once the battery has been charged, (ESB1)unplug the
charger charging plug from the charging connector on the
battery.(JWB-2)Remove the battery from the charger.
5.
Unplug the charger power plug from the electrical outlet.
Refresh Charging
6.
(JWB-2)
: If the battery needs to be
refreshed, the refresh lamp (orange) blinks to indicate that the
battery should be refresh charged. When the refresh start button
is pressed while the refresh lamp is blinking (for about 60
seconds), the refresh lamp lights up and refreshing of the battery
is started. As with charging, the battery capacity lamps indicate the progress of battery refreshing. The refreshing time will differ according to the
battery capacity.
4. Indicator Lamp Display during Charging
 Lamp lights up
The charger is charging normally.
green
When charging is completed, the lamp automatically turns off.
 Lamp flashes
The battery temperature is not suitable for charging or the battery voltage is too low. (Standby mode is activated.)
green
In standby mode, the indicator lamp will slowly flash green once per second and the charger will not start charging.
When the temperature is suitable for charging, the charge indicator lamp will stop flashing and remain on green, and the
charging operation will automatically re-start.
 Standby mode may be activated, and the charge indicator lamp may flash green once per second if the ambient temperature
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changes while the charger is charging. When the temperature is suitable for charging, the charge indicator lamp will stop
flashing and remain on green, and the charging operation will automatically re-start.
 If standby conditions continue for a long time, the charge indicator lamp will start flashing green rapidly (five times per
second) and the charging operation will be terminated.
If this happens, unplug the charging plug and the power plug. Re-locate the charger in accordance with "Sec. 2, Charging
Location," and try to charge the battery again.
 Lamp lights up
When the charge indicator lamp lights up or flashes red, the charger may be malfunctioning.
or flashes red
Stop using the charger immediately and have it checked by the dealer where you purchased the unit.
 The charger protection function may be activated by a change in the ambient temperature even while charging is in progress.
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In this case, the charge indicator lamp will flash red and the charger will stop charging.
If this happens, unplug the charging plug and the power plug. Re-locate the charger in accordance with "Sec. 2, Charging
Location," and try to charge the battery again.
5. What to Do when Trouble Occurs
If you have problems operating the charger, check the following items before consulting with the dealer where you purchased the unit.
The charger does not charge (or it charges, but the battery power does not increase).
Check the following items if you cannot charge the battery.
1.
Is the power plug (
Fig. ③
) securely connected? And (ESB1) is the charging plug (
2.
Is the power cord plug securely inserted into the charger power socket (
3.
Is the charge indicator lamp lit up green?
If the indicator lamp is flashing green, re-locate the charger in accordance with "Sec. 2, Charging Location," and try to charge the battery again.
If you still cannot charge the battery, the charger may be malfunctioning. Have the charger checked and serviced by the dealer where you purchased
the unit.
The charge indicator lamp is flashing green slowly (once per second).
The charger is in standby mode. This does not indicate a malfunction. Once the charge indicator lamp stops flashing and remains on green, normal
charging will start.
The charge indicator lamp is flashing green rapidly (5 times per second).
The charger has remained in standby mode for a long time and has stopped charging the battery. Re-locate the charger in accordance with "Sec. 2,
Charging Location," and try to charge the battery again.
The charge indicator lamp lights up or flashes red.
Charging is not possible because there is something wrong with the charger or the battery. Stop using the charger and have the unit and the battery
checked by the dealer where you purchased the unit.
The charger is emitting a strange odor and smoke.
If this happens, unplug the power plug and the charging plug and stop using the charger immediately. Have the charger checked and serviced by the
dealer where you purchased the unit.
The charger heats up.
While the charger is charging the battery, it is normal for the unit to heat up to some degree (about 40–60 °C). If the charger gets too hot, though, it
may be malfunctioning. If this happens, unplug the power plug and the charging plug and stop using the charger immediately. Have the charger
checked and serviced by the dealer where you purchased the unit.
6. Supply cord
Be sure to use the genuine power cord (North America: X0F-87132-C00, EU: X0F-87132-B00, AUS: X0F-87132-A00).
(North America) Use a UL Listed, 2.0m, Type NiSPT-2, AWG No.18 power supply cord, rated for 300V 10A,
with a connector rated for 125V 7A and a polarized KS-15W plug rated for 125V 10A.
To charging
connector on battery
Refresh lamp
Refresh start button
Power plug
Charge power socket
Charge indicator lamp
Battery insert innlet
Charging plug
Fig. ⑦
) (JWB-2) Is the battery inserted securely?
Fig. ④
)?

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