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Powerex MH-C801D 8-Cell 1-Hour Charger for AA / AAA NiMH / NiCD Batteries

B&H # POMHC801D Mfr # MH-C801D
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You Pay: $61.70
Product Highlights
  • For 1-8 AA or AAA NiMH / NiCD Batteries
  • Rapid Charge Time: 1 hr
  • Soft Charge Time: 2 hr
  • Universal 100-240V AC Adapter Included
  • Large LCD Status Indicator
  • Battery Conditioning System
  • Microprocessor - No Over-, Undercharging

The Powerex MH-C801D 8-Cell 1-Hour Charger for AA / AAA NiMH / NiCD Batteries charges up to 8 AA or AAA nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) or nickel-cadmium (NiCD) batteries in approximately 1 hr. Charge your batteries anywhere around the world via the included 100-240V, 50/60Hz universal AC adapter with a removable, interchangeable power cord. This power supply features a rugged DIN connector to ensure reliable contact.

The charger has 8 independent charging circuits capable of charging 1-8 batteries in any combination. A large LCD screen shows the charging status of each battery. You have a choice of rapid and soft charge modes. Rapid charge enables 8 batteries to be fully charged to their maximum capacities in 1 hr. Soft charge takes about 2 hr but provides greater battery life, as well as compatibility with older, lower-capacity batteries.

An integrated deep conditioning system charges, deep-discharges and then recharges batteries automatically, in order to offer maximum rejuvenation. The charger's 8th generation MH-NM7008 Powerex Precision Microprocessor ensures batteries are charged to their maximum capacities without being over- or undercharged. It affords maximum battery longevity, delivering just the right amount of charge every time.

Charges up to 8 AA or AAA nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) or nickel-cadmium (NiCD) batteries in approximately 1 hr
Charge your batteries anywhere around the world via the included 100-240V, 50/60Hz universal AC adapter with a removable, interchangeable power cord. This power supply features a rugged DIN connector to ensure reliable contact
8 independent charging circuits capable of charging 1-8 batteries in any combination
A large LCD screen shows the charging status of each battery
You have a choice of rapid and soft charge modes. Rapid charge enables 8 batteries to be fully charged to their maximum capacities in 1 hr. Soft charge takes about 2 hr but provides greater battery life, as well as compatibility with older, lower-capacity batteries
An integrated deep conditioning system charges, deep-discharges and then recharges batteries automatically, in order to offer maximum rejuvenation
8th generation MH-NM7008 Powerex Precision Microprocessor ensures batteries are charged to their maximum capacities without being over- or undercharged. It affords maximum battery longevity, delivering just the right amount of charge every time
Configuration 8x channels for 1-8 batteries
Battery Type AA or AAA NiMH or NiCD rechargeable
Microprocessor Control 8th generation MH-NM7008 Powerex 0.001V precision microprocessor
Current Rapid charge: AA: 2000 mA; AAA: 700 mA
Voltage 100-240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
Charging Time Rapid (normal): 1 hr
Soft charge: 2 hr
Status Indicator LCD screen
Dimensions Not specified by manufacturer
Powerex MH-C801D 8-Cell 1-Hour Charger for AA / AAA NiMH / NiCD Batteries
  • AC Adapter
  • 3-Year Limited Warranty
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