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iPower FC-9VX44 Fast Smart 9V 4-Bay Charger

iPower FC-9VX44 Fast Smart 9V 4-Bay Charger
Key Features
  • Dual Voltage
  • Auto Detection
  • Auto Protection
  • Auto Stop
The iPower FC-9VX44 Fast Smart 9V 4-Bay Charger is the best way to make sure your electronic, musical and photographic equipment stay operative at critical times. The dual voltage charger allows you to travel to many places and still maintain battery power for your various devices.
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will this work with my ipowerus polymer ...

will this work with my ipowerus polymer batteries?
Asked by: Beni
Yes. I have been using this for the iPowerUS Li-Polymer Rechargeable 9V-700mAh batteries for a couple years with no problems.
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2021-04-12


Since Im reading that the quality of the charger is not great. Is there another alternative to charge iPower Li-On 9v 700 mAh batteries?
Asked by: Rayell A.
I've only had my 9v Li-On batteries a couple weeks I did the initial charge and then a 2nd time after using the batteries. The charger worked properly and the charging time was short. I'm very deliberate in connecting and dis-connecting the batteries from the charger because of the snap on contacts of the batteries. If you research the batteries it's very important to have the charger for the specific Li-ON battery you have that's why I say stay with the one made by the company that sells the batteries.
Answered by: Wayne K.
Date published: 2018-08-27


Do you snap the batteries onto the terminals or just lightly place them loosely? Second question: I just charged two batteries, the light turned green in 10 minutes. I took them off, and immediately put them back on, and the light was red again. After 5 minutes the lights turned green. Why does it show red if already full when I first insert the batteries?
Asked by: Andrea C.
you definitely want to snap the battery (batteries) firmly into the charger terminals. You may encounter the batteries not charging, try this, plug the charger in and then plug the battery into the charger.As to your second question this is an anomaly not peculiar to this charger and battery but years agoI am an old guy, I asked a similar question about ni-cad batteries used in radio control equipment used in model gas boat radio and was told not to do this, however some racers of electric RC cars do exactly this to get that extra oomfI think you will get an adequate charge doing it just once and the batteries quite possibly will have a longer life. I hope this helps you.
Answered by: CARL J.
Date published: 2018-08-27


Does the charger come with the universal worldwide AC adaptor and car charging cord?
Asked by: Matt
Yes, it says on it, 120/240 AC. You will need the proper plug adapter for the country you are in outside USA.
Answered by: Master's T.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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