Understanding the Interface on GENIUS5

Understanding the Interface on GENIUS5

Understanding the Interface on NOCO GENIUS5 Battery Chargers.

Mode Button

1. Mode Button

Push to cycle through charging Modes.
How to Change Modes.
How to use Force Mode.

Overvoltage Error LED

2. Overvoltage Error LED

Illuminates solid Red; Battery Voltage is above Protect voltage.Learn More.

Bad Battery Error LED

3. Bad Battery Error LED

Illuminates solid Red when connected battery will not hold a charge.Learn More.

Reverse Polarity Error LED

4. Reverse Polarity Error LED

Illuminates solid Red when reverse polarity is detected.Learn More.

Standby LED

5. Standby LED

Illuminates when the charger is in Standby Mode, the charger is not charging or providing any power to the battery.

Charge LED

6. Charge LED

Indicates the connected battery(s) state-of-charge.Learn More.

7. Repair Mode LED

Illuminates solid Red when Repair mode is selected.Learn More.

6V Mode LED [Press and Hold]

8. 6V Mode LED [Press and Hold]

Mode button must be pressed and held for 3 seconds to enter the 6V Mode.Learn More.

Mode LEDs

9. Mode LEDs

Indicates the Charge Mode the charger is currently in. Push the MODE button to cycle through charge Modes.Learn More.

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