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</tabber>|No. = 15420 (Battery)<br>15419 (AC Quick Charger Set)<br>94949 (AC Quick Charger PRO)<br>55115 (AC Quick Charger II Set)<br>55116 (AC Quick Charger PRO II Set)|Release Date. = December 4, 2010 (Batteries/AC Quick Charger)<br>March 30, 2013 (AC Quick Charger PRO)<br>December 19, 2015 (AC Quick Charger II and AC Quick Charger PRO II)|Parts type = Battery and Charger|Battery Spec = Yes|Battery Type = Nickel–metal hydride (Ni-HM)|Battery Capacity = 950mAh|Voltage = 1.2v|Battery Manufacturer(s) = FDK Corporation (sudsidary company of [[Fujitsu]])|Charger Spec = Yes|Number of Batteries = 2 (AC Quick Charger/AC Quick Charger II)<br>4 (AC Quick Charger PRO/AC Quick Charger PRO II)|Charge Time = 2 hours (2 batteries on QC, 4 batteries on QC PRO)<br>1 hour (2 batteries on QC PRO)|Charger Manufacturer(s) = FDK Corporation (sudsidary company of [[Fujitsu]])|Charge Voltage/Current = Unknown}}The '''NeoChamp''' {{Translation|ネオチャンプ|Neochanpu}} battery is the Mini 4WD battery manufactures by FDK Corporation, the subsidiary company of [[Fujitsu]] and released by Tamiya on December 4, 2010. Based on the Eneloop Lite battery from Sanyo (and later Panasonic), it is currently the only official-race-approved nickel-metal hydride battery.
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</tabber>|No. = 15420 (Battery)<br>15419 (AC Quick Charger Set)<br>94949 (AC Quick Charger PRO)<br>55115 (AC Quick Charger II Set)<br>55116 (AC Quick Charger PRO II Set)|Release Date. = December 4, 2010 (Batteries/AC Quick Charger)<br>March 30, 2013 (AC Quick Charger PRO)<br>December 19, 2015 (AC Quick Charger II and AC Quick Charger PRO II)|Parts type = Battery and Charger|Battery Spec = Yes|Battery Type = Nickel–metal hydride (Ni-HM)|Battery Capacity = 950mAh|Voltage = 1.2v|Battery Manufacturer(s) = FDK Corporation (sudsidary company of [[Fujitsu]])|Charger Spec = Yes|Number of Batteries = 2 (AC Quick Charger/AC Quick Charger II)<br>4 (AC Quick Charger PRO/AC Quick Charger PRO II)|Charge Time = 2 hours (2 batteries on QC, 4 batteries on QC PRO)<br>1 hour (2 batteries on QC PRO)|Charger Manufacturer(s) = FDK Corporation (sudsidary company of [[Fujitsu]])|Charge Voltage/Current = Unknown}}
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The '''NeoChamp''' {{Translation|ネオチャンプ|Neochanpu}} battery is a rechargeable AA battery manufactured by FDK Corporation, a [[Fujitsu]] subsidiary, and released by Tamiya on December 4, 2010. Based on the [[wikipedia:Eneloop|Eneloop]] Lite battery from Sanyo (and later Panasonic), it is currently the only official-race-approved nickel-metal hydride battery.
   
Tamiya also released the NeoChamp Battery with AC Quick Charger set alongside the battery set. On March 30, 2013, Tamiya released the NeoChamp Batteries and AC Quick Charger PRO set as the limited edition item which can charges 4 batteries at once. On December 19, 2015, Tamiya released the updated version of the AC Quick Charger sets.
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Tamiya also released the NeoChamp Battery with AC Quick Charger alongside the battery set. On March 30, 2013, Tamiya released the NeoChamp Batteries and AC Quick Charger PRO set as the limited edition item which can charges 4 batteries at once. On December 19, 2015, Tamiya released the updated version of the AC Quick Charger sets.
   
 
== General info ==
 
== General info ==
The external of the battery was mostly in black with NeoChamp and Tamiya labels on it.
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The NeoChamp is by all intents and purposes a rebadged Eneloop lite in black packaging with NeoChamp and Tamiya labels on it.
   
The performance, along with its Eneloop Lite counterpart, is better than Tamiya's nickel-cadmium batteries: even if mAh is similar to N-3U Ni-Cd 1000, their weight is less than Ni-Cd (19gr instead of 23gr for an element) and their electrical resistance is lower than a Ni-Cd. NeoChamp are also more enviromental-friendly than nickel-cadmium batteries. Due to these, the Neo-Champ battery was quickly adopted as one of the top battery choice for Mini 4WD racing.
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The performance, along with its Eneloop Lite counterpart, is better than Tamiya's nickel-cadmium batteries: despite its capacitiy being similar to the N-3U Ni-Cd 1000, their weight is less than Ni-Cd (19gr instead of 23gr for an element) and their electrical resistance is lower than a Ni-Cd. It is also more environmentally friendly than nickel-cadmium batteries, and has a lower self-discharge capacity. Due to these, the Neo-Champ battery was quickly adopted as one of the top battery choice for Mini 4WD racing. While it has the 'memory effect' problem, it is often temporary and is reversible through charge cycling.
 
The Neo-Champ battery is also the low-self-discharge battery, meaning it has mininal self-discharge compare to Tamiya nickel-cadmium batteries. While it has the 'memory effect' problem, it is often temporary and is reversible through charge cycling.
 
   
 
=== AC Quick Chargers ===
 
=== AC Quick Chargers ===
 
The AC Quick Chargers were only available with the bundles with the NeoChamp batteries.
 
The AC Quick Chargers were only available with the bundles with the NeoChamp batteries.
   
The chargers are fast, requires only 115 minutes for fully charged the 2 of NeoChamp batteries for the regular AC Quick Charger, while the PRO chargers can charges 2 batteries for only 50 minutes.
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The chargers are fast and requires only 115 minutes to fully charge two NeoChamp batteries for the regular AC Quick Charger, while the PRO chargers can charge 2 batteries for only 50 minutes.
   
Although the chargers were supplies by FDK, they don't have the refresh functionity the other FDK-sourced chargers has. The AC Quick Charger II and AC Quick Charger PRO II, due to their OEM design, were allows to charge the AAA batteries.
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Although the chargers were supplied by FDK, they don't have the refresh functionality the other FDK-sourced chargers has. The AC Quick Charger II and AC Quick Charger PRO II, due to their OEM design, can also charge AAA batteries.
   
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Revision as of 02:23, February 8, 2019

NeoChamp

NeoChampBatteries

NeoChampBatteries&amp;Charger

ACQCII

NeoChamp&amp;ACChargerPRO

ACQCProII

No. 15420 (Battery)
15419 (AC Quick Charger Set)
94949 (AC Quick Charger PRO)
55115 (AC Quick Charger II Set)
55116 (AC Quick Charger PRO II Set)
Release Date December 4, 2010 (Batteries/AC Quick Charger)
March 30, 2013 (AC Quick Charger PRO)
December 19, 2015 (AC Quick Charger II and AC Quick Charger PRO II)
Parts type Battery and Charger
Battery Specfication
Type Nickel–metal hydride (Ni-HM)
Capacity 950mAh
Voltage 1.2v
Manufacturer(s) FDK Corporation (sudsidary company of Fujitsu)
Charger Specfication
Charge Voltage/Current Unknown
Number of Batteries 2 (AC Quick Charger/AC Quick Charger II)
4 (AC Quick Charger PRO/AC Quick Charger PRO II)
Charge Time(s) 2 hours (2 batteries on QC, 4 batteries on QC PRO)
1 hour (2 batteries on QC PRO)
Charge Time(s) FDK Corporation (sudsidary company of Fujitsu)

The NeoChamp (Japanese: ネオチャンプ, Neochanpu) battery is a rechargeable AA battery manufactured by FDK Corporation, a Fujitsu subsidiary, and released by Tamiya on December 4, 2010. Based on the Eneloop Lite battery from Sanyo (and later Panasonic), it is currently the only official-race-approved nickel-metal hydride battery.

Tamiya also released the NeoChamp Battery with AC Quick Charger alongside the battery set. On March 30, 2013, Tamiya released the NeoChamp Batteries and AC Quick Charger PRO set as the limited edition item which can charges 4 batteries at once. On December 19, 2015, Tamiya released the updated version of the AC Quick Charger sets.

General info

The NeoChamp is by all intents and purposes a rebadged Eneloop lite in black packaging with NeoChamp and Tamiya labels on it.

The performance, along with its Eneloop Lite counterpart, is better than Tamiya's nickel-cadmium batteries: despite its capacitiy being similar to the N-3U Ni-Cd 1000, their weight is less than Ni-Cd (19gr instead of 23gr for an element) and their electrical resistance is lower than a Ni-Cd. It is also more environmentally friendly than nickel-cadmium batteries, and has a lower self-discharge capacity. Due to these, the Neo-Champ battery was quickly adopted as one of the top battery choice for Mini 4WD racing. While it has the 'memory effect' problem, it is often temporary and is reversible through charge cycling.

AC Quick Chargers

The AC Quick Chargers were only available with the bundles with the NeoChamp batteries.

The chargers are fast and requires only 115 minutes to fully charge two NeoChamp batteries for the regular AC Quick Charger, while the PRO chargers can charge 2 batteries for only 50 minutes.

Although the chargers were supplied by FDK, they don't have the refresh functionality the other FDK-sourced chargers has. The AC Quick Charger II and AC Quick Charger PRO II, due to their OEM design, can also charge AAA batteries.

See also

External link

Tamiya Japan

Batteries and chargers
Non-rechargeable Tamiya PowerChamp Original · EX · Gold · SP · GR/GR2 · GX/GX-Gold · GZ · RC · FD · GT · RS
Fujitsu Fujitsu Premium G · Fujitsu Premium
Rechargeable Tamiya Ni-Cd · Mini 4WD Ni-Cd · Ni-Cd 1000 · NeoChamp
Fujitsu Fujitsu Lite
Chargers 2-battery Mini 4WD Ni-Cd Battery Charger · AC Fast Charger 40 min. · AC Fast Charger 30 min. · Green AC Fast Charger · NC-MDR02 · AC Quick Charger/AC Quick Charger II
4-battery Ni-Cd Battery Charger · AC Quick Charger PRO/AC Quick Charger PRO II
8-battery QD Octa-Charger · Mini 4WD Octa-Charger
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