Watson 8-Bay Rapid Charger for AA / AAA NiMH or NiCd Rechargeable Batteries

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Watson 8-Bay Rapid Charger for AA / AAA NiMH or NiCd Rechargeable Batteries
Key Features
  • For 1-8 AA / AAA NiMH or NiCd Batteries
  • Charging Time: 1.6-4.6 hr
  • Delta-V Microprocessor for Full Charging
  • Discharging to Refresh Batteries
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The Watson 8-Bay Rapid Charger for AA / AAA NiMH or NiCd Rechargeable Batteries charges up to 8 AA or AAA size nickel-metal hydride or nickel-cadmium rechargeable batteries. Charging time ranges from 3.6-4.6 hr for AA batteries, and 1.6-2 hr for AAA's. Eight individual LCD indicators give the charging status for each battery. Patented technology permits the charging of different sizes and types of battery simultaneously--charge a AA with a AAA, or an NiMH with an NiCd.
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Watson AA-8LCD Overview

The Watson 8-Bay Rapid Charger for AA / AAA NiMH or NiCd Rechargeable Batteries charges up to 8 AA or AAA size nickel-metal hydride or nickel-cadmium rechargeable batteries. Charging time ranges from 3.6-4.6 hr for AA batteries, and 1.6-2 hr for AAA's. Eight individual LCD indicators give the charging status for each battery. Patented technology permits the charging of different sizes and types of battery simultaneously--charge a AA with a AAA, or an NiMH with an NiCd.

The charger's intelligent microprocessor doles out the full charge to each battery while preventing overcharging, thanks to Delta Voltage Protection. The Safety Timer with Automatic Timer Shut-Off senses when batteries are fully charged and ceases charging. Automatic Charge Current Selection automatically chooses the optimal current for the batteries you're charging. Reverse Polarity Protection and Alkaline and Bad Battery Protection safeguard the charger and your batteries against damage when batteries are installed improperly. There's also a discharge function, allowing you to refresh the batteries prior to charging.

The charger features an icon that shifts up and down during discharging, and stops shifting when discharge is complete. This icon also displays battery capacity while charging. The full-battery icon lights up when the batteries are fully charged. A flashing full-battery icon indicates an abnormality, such as the presence of a bad or alkaline battery, and at this point the charger will cease its operation. The charger is powered by an included external AC adapter with switching 100-240V power for worldwide use, or by the 12-24V DC cord which can plug into your car's cigarette lighter for charging on-the-go.

Charges up to 8 AA or AAA size nickel-metal hydride or nickel-cadmium rechargeable batteries.
Charging time ranges from 3.6-4.6 hr for AA batteries, and 1.6-2 hr for AAA's.
Eight individual LCD indicators give the charging status for each battery.
Patented technology permits the charging of different sizes and types of battery simultaneously--charge a AA with a AAA, or an NiMH with an NiCd.
Intelligent microprocessor doles out the full charge to each battery while preventing overcharging, thanks to Delta Voltage Protection. The Safety Timer with Automatic Timer Shut-Off senses when batteries are fully charged and ceases charging.
Automatic Charge Current Selection automatically chooses the optimal current for the batteries you're charging.
Reverse Polarity Protection and Alkaline and Bad Battery Protection safeguard the charger and your batteries against damage when batteries are installed improperly.
There's also a discharge function, allowing you to refresh the batteries prior to charging.
Has an icon that shifts up and down during discharging, and stops shifting when discharge is complete. This icon also displays battery capacity while charging. The full-battery icon lights up when the batteries are fully charged. A flashing full-battery icon indicates an abnormality, such as the presence of a bad or alkaline battery, and at this point the charger will cease its operation.
Powered by an included external AC adapter with switching 100-240V power for worldwide use, or by the 12-24V DC cord which can plug into your car's cigarette lighter for charging on-the-go.
UPC: 847628532922

Watson AA-8LCD Specs

Charger
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
Charging Bays8 x AA, AAA
Supported Battery ChemistryNi-Cd, Ni-MH
Charging Voltage1.5 VDC
Charging Amperage250 to 500 mA
DC Input Power12 VDC at 1300 mA
Charger Dimensions7.8 x 3.1 x 1.2" / 198.00 x 79.00 x 31.00 mm
Charger Weight4.2 oz / 120 g
General
CertificationsETL, RoHS, as per Manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.83 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.3 x 6.55 x 3.8"
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Warranty included?

Warranty included?
Asked by: Larry
One year warranty.
Answered by: Larry
Date published: 2021-01-29

how do you know the batteries are charged ?

how do you know the batteries are charged ?
Asked by: Timothy
There is a small window below each battery which shows a charge level. A full stack of 4-5 bars means a full charge has been received. It also tells you how much charge each battery has when to put it in the charger. Works great.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-01-16

Where is the users manual? How do you discharge ...

Where is the users manual? How do you discharge batteries?
Asked by: Gillis
The user manual can be found here. https://bhpho.to/2s0Tzo3
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2019-12-06

Would this be good for qickly charging up over ...

Would this be good for qickly charging up over night and getting my sony cybershot dsc h300 ready for lets say a baseball game or a two mile walk to the game?
Asked by: Sadie
Yes, this would work fine. Just be sure that you're charging NiMH or NiCd batteries and not Lithium batteries.
Answered by: Patrick
Date published: 2019-07-03

Would this be a good charger for charging 8 AA ...

Would this be a good charger for charging 8 AA batteries quickly for my sony cybershot dsc h300 to go to a Mariners baseball game or a 2 to 3 mile walk to it? I love sports cars and there are teslas and other cool cars there for me 2 take shots with.
Asked by: Sadie
Yes, this would work fine. Just be sure that you're charging NiMH or NiCd batteries and not Lithium batteries.
Answered by: Patrick
Date published: 2019-07-03

Where is the charger made?

Where is the charger made?
Asked by: Charles
Watson has this charger manufactured in China.
Answered by: Lars
Date published: 2019-03-16

question

How long does it take to charge 8 batteries? How about just 4? Thanks!
Asked by: Chia-Wen H.
It depends on if the batteries are dead or just need to be topped off. The charger is a smart charger so when one battery is done charging it will stop charging that one and continue charging the rest. Different batteries take longer, if you have a 1000mah battery it will take less time than a 2400mah one.
Answered by: tom b.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

What is meant by Discharge in 11 hrs in the specs. Does that mean under use, or do they go dead in 11hrs from just sitting in storage in a half day?
Asked by: Bob O.
Bob, I'm not sure what the 11 hours refers to, but I've used my batteries in game cameras and they last a month or more before I have to recharge them. As I understand it, the charger does discharge them completely before recharging and the whole process typically takes overnight for my 8 batteries.Hope this helps.Tom
Answered by: Thomas C.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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