your NG3 should have been preprogrammed for the type of batteries you are charging. The NG3 has the 3 wires from the power cord. Here is what I have done:
Brown from charger goes to black wire
Blue goes to white wire
yellow green goes to green ground.
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It sounds to me like you have an Ad-A-Battery system or something similar. Your dual battery charger has two sets of output leads. Those leads should be connected DIRECTLY as one set of leads to battery #1 and one set of leads to battery #2. Your 1-2-both switch should be OFF when you are charging. You will, I suspect, be supplying current to your motor and other boat circuits by having the switch on and running your charger through that switch. Adding two more batteries could be accomplished by buying a four battery charger (four sets of output leads) or buying a second dual battery charger. When you only want one AC plug-in you connect both charger AC inputs to a small junction box that is fed current by the AC plug-in. That will be nice and simple and safe. Of course, you need to check wire size to make sure you have proper size for the length of your wire runs.
If the charger is 24 volts and you have 2 12 volt batteries they have to equal 24 volts , so wire the batteries terminals red to black and connect the charger to the other terminals red to red and black to black.
Take the battery pack out of the camera, insert it into the supplied charger, and plug the charger into a wall outlet. Full instructions are in the "Charging the battery pack" section of the manual (page 12 in my copy). If you need a manual, you can download one from
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Make sure you have all of the accessories. Some phones need special adapters for charging. If you're having problems fitting the charger into your cigarette lighter socket, check with your cell phone company. You may need an adapter ring.
Find the right battery. Certain phones can only be used with batteries from the same company. If you are using a counterfeit battery, be aware that you may not be able to charge it with your current set up.
Read the manual. Something as simple as charging a battery may take specific instructions. For example, some cell batteries need to be charged immediately while others come fully charged.
Use your charger. Most cell phone chargers are easy to use plugging right into your phone and home outlet or car electrical cigarette socket. Read your manual on specific steps needed for charging your phone.
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there is also a text file there that lists all of the wiring connectors and where each of the wires goes. as well as connection diagrams for the Curtis 1505 speed controller.
the charger circuit is very simple. the black and red wires from the charger port go straight to the batteries +24V and 0V terminals. the third white wire connects through a bullet connector to pin#7 (EPO wire) of the Curtis speed controller. this acts to turn off the motors while the batteries are being charged.
inside the charger male connector the pin for that 3rd white wire is shorted to ground. so when you plug the charger in the white wire is grounded thru the charger plug.
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next to the jack on the camcorder it should have a diagram that shows polarity (a + and - sign) for the plug, the tip should be one sign and barrel or outside of the plug should show the other polarity. you have to have your plug with the correct polarity, and you have to have the correct voltage( it should say 9v or 12v or something like that) and the supply you use should be as high or higher of a current rateing as recommended in your users manual or printed on the supple that came with it.