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General information

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS


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these 0perating instructions. this symbol indi-

cates points ol particular impofiance t0 safety. The instructions at these points must always be observed in order to avoid the risk of serious iniurv.

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INSTRUCTIONS
TCU 7/36.

this manual contains impodanl safely and operaling inslructions lor batlery charger 2. Before using ballery charger, read all instruclions and caulionary markings on baltery charger, ballery and product using battery.

This symbol warns of hazards as a result of the electrical current when using the tool. lt marks a dangerous situation. The illustrated behavior following this symbol must always be observed in order to avoid serious injury or damages to propefty.

Zi\ E The numbers refer to the illustrations. The o illustrations can be found on the fold-out cover
pages. Keep these pages open while you read the operating instructions. In these Operating instructions, the battery charger to which the instructions apply is referred to as "the chargei'.

, CAUTION!
To reduce

lhe risc of iniury, charge only BP8-86, SBP10 and SBP12, (NiCd lype), rechargeable Hilli balteries. Other types of batteries may bursl causing personal injury

and damage.

4. Always keep lhese operating inslructions together with lhe charger. 5. Ensure lhat lhe operating inslruclions are with the charger when it is given lo other persons.

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Batterv compartment for the BP 6-86 Battery compartment for the SBP 10 and SBP 12 @ LED indicators O Switch for conditionino charoe mode

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General information
Desc ri ption

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Technical data Safet\l precautions


Before use

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Description
The TCU 7/36 charger is designed for charging all current Hilti batteries with a nominal voltage of 7 to 36 volts, The batteries it can charge are BP 6-86 SBP 1O SBP 12

for the TE 6-4 cordless rotarv hammer for the SB 10 cordless screwdriver for the SB 12 cordless screwdriver

Technical data
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50/60 Hz 7.2-36.0 V (max. charging voltage 54 V) 7.2-54.0 V voltage range


2.5 A max.. 0.15 A/0.05 A

Trickle charqinq current

Electronic charging control Temperature monitoring Charging time

NTC (BP 6-86,) and Diode (SBP 1 0, SBP

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BP SBP SBP

6-86 10 12

60 min 48 min 48 min

lnsulation class
Right o{ technical changes reserved

Electrical insulation class | | (double insulated)

A surrty precautions
When using electric appliances, the following f undamental safety precautions must always be observed in order to avoid the risk of injury, electric shock and fire hazards. Please read and observe the instructions below before using the appliance.

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Handle the supply cord carelully.

Never carry the charger by the supply cord. Don't unplug the charger by pulling on the supply cord. Don't expose

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4uo;X short circuits. Short circuiting the contacts of the charger or battery oresents a risk of fire.

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the supply cord to heat, oil or sharp edges. lf the supply cord becomes damaged while working, don't touch it - unplug the mains plug immediately.

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Keeplhe chargerand batteriesin good con-

dition.
Follow the instructions on care and maintenance. Never 0perate the charger when it is dirty or wet. Under unfavourable conditions, dampness or dirt adherlng to the surface of the charger may present a risk of electric
sh ock.

2. Take the inlluences ol lhe surrounding area into


account.
Don't expose the charger to rain and don't use it in damp 0r wet surroundings or in the vicinity of flammable liquids or gases.

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cneck the charger each time belore use. Checkthe condition ofthe charger, supply cord and plug. Don't use the charger if it is found to be damaged, incomplete or if the controls cannot be operated c0rrectly.

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Repairs t0 the charger including, in pafiicular, replacement of the supply cord, may be canied out only by the

manufacturer or authorised service centre using original Hilti spare parts. Failure to observe this point may result in damage 0r present a risk of accident. Accordingly, if necessary, have the charger repaired at a Hilti service centre or authorised Hilti repair workshop.

4. Use the chalger only lor the puryose for which it is intended.

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Condilioning charge mode

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Connect the charger to the mains supply. The mains voltage must corresp0nd to the information given on the rating plate.

NiCd cells are subject to self-discharge. With older batteries, the rate of self-discharge of some of the cells may be higher than that of others. As conventional chargers switch off when the first cells have reached full charge,

All thtee indicators light brielly during lhe selltesl, atter which only lhe green LED should light.
The green LED blinks when the self-test was NOT successful. lf, after unplugging and reconnecting the charger to the mains supply, the self-test is still not successful, please return the charger to a Hilti service centre for reoair.

the other partly charged cells do not receive the full charge. The user becomes aware of this effect in the form of inadequate battery capacity.
This effect can be eliminated by applying a conditioning charge. During this procedure, the charger supplies a small current over several hours, with pauses made in order to avoid overheating the battery. Depending on its condition, the llattery will take 7 to 10 hours t0 reach

full charge.
The conditioning charge begins when the conditioning mode button is pressed before insertion of the battery and released approx. 3 seconds after the battery has been inserted. The yellow LED lights while the battery is being charged in conditioning mode. The battery should be charged in conditioning mode no

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Operale the charger only at a suitable location. The location for operation of the charger should be dry, clean and cool but not exposed to frost. The charger must be able to give off heat during the charging procedure. Accordingly, the ventllation slots must always be unobstructed.

more than once a month. The conditioning charge is,

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Inserling the battery
BP 6-86 for the TE 6-4: Insert the battery in the dovetail guide and push it in until a click is heard (engaged).

so to speak, a kind of "training" for the battery. Just as excessive training can be harmful to the human body, t00 frequent use of conditioning charging mode can also weaken the battery.

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SBP '10 for the SB 10: SBP 1 2 for the SB 1 2: Push the battery into the compartment as far as jt will

Baltery (accessory)
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Take care to ensure that the battery fits correctly in the

charging compadment.

Brforr a battery is used for the first time, it must be charged for 24 hours in normal mode or for 1 0 hours in conditioning mode in order to permit "forming" of the battery cells.
iow temperatures: Battery performance drops at low temperatures. Store batteries at r00m temperature when not in use. -At high temperatures: Do n0t store batteries where they may be subjected t0 high temperatures (e.9. exposed to the sun, at a window, behind a car windscreen or on a radiator).

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The charger is designed for use with the batteries listed above. lt must not be used to charge other

batteries.

Indicators
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Lights when the charger is connected to the mains supply Blinks when the self-test determines a

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Red

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fault in the charger or battery

Lights when the battery is being charged (charging in progress) Blinks when the battery is charged

Never fully discharge a battery. Change the battery as s00n as its 0erformance droos. The cells that reach a state of total discharge first will otherwise be damaged by the current still being drawn from the other cells. An excepti0n to this is the BP 6-86 battery for the TE 6-4 (this battery is equipped with an electronic deep discharge prevention device).

(workinq capacitv reached)


Blinks when the battery is too cold (approx.

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charger begins charging automatically
as soon as the battery reaches the required remperaru re.

Lights when the charger is operating in

conditioning charge mode.

Care and maintenance


Care of the charger The outer casing of the charger is made
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Warranty
rom impactHilti warrants that the tool supplied is free of defects in material and workmanship. This warranty is valid so long as the tool is operated and handled correctly, cleaned and serviced properly and in accordance with the Hilti 0perating Instructions, all warranty claims are made within 12 months from the date of the sale (invoice date), and the technical system is maintained. This means that only original Hilti consumables, c0mponents and spare parts may be used in the tool. This warranty provides the free-of-charge repair or replacement of defective parts only. Parts requiring repair or replacement as a result of normal wear and tear are not covered bv this warranry.

resistant plastic.
Clean the outside of the charger at regular intervals using a slightly damp cloth. Do not use a spray,

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steam pressure cleaning equipment or running water for cleaning. This may negatively af{ect the electrical
safety of the charger. Do not use cleaning agents which

contain silicone.

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rysvsr ooerate the tool when the ventilation slots are blocked. ilean the ventilation slots carefully using
a dry brush. Do not permit

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foreign objects t0 enter the

interior of the charger.


Take care 0f your batteries. lf necessary, use a dry cloth

to clean the contacts. Mainlenance z-.1 Checkall external parts of the chargerfordamage at regular intervals and check that all controls operate
faultlessly. Do not operate the charger when parts are damaged or when the controls do not function faultlessly. When necessary, your electric tool should be renaired at a Hilti service centre.

Under n0 circumslances will Hilti be obligated fot direct, indirect, incidental or consequenlial damages, losses or expenses in connection with, ot by reason ol, the use ot, or inability t0 use the lool lor any purpose. Hilti specilically excludes the implied warranlies of merchantability and litness lor a parlicular putpose.
For repair or replacement, send tool andior related parts immediately upon discovery of the defect to the address of the local Hilti marketing organization provided.

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This constitutes Hilti's entire obligation with regard to warranty and supersedes all prior or contemp0raneous comments and oral 0r written agreements concerning warranties.