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Powerex MH-C204FA AA / AAA NiMH or NiCD Battery Charger

BH #POMHC204FA • MFR #MH-C204FA
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Key Features
  • For 2 or 4 AA/ AAA NiMH/ NiCD Batteries
  • Charging Time: 2-4 hr AA, 1-2 hr AAA
  • Universal 100-240V AC Adapter Included
  • Battery Conditioning System
The Powerex MH-C204FA AA / AAA NiMH or NiCD Battery Charger will charge 2 or 4 AA or AAA nickel-metal hydride or (NiMH) or nickel-cadmium (NiCD) batteries. AA batteries take about 2-4 hr to charge, while AAA's take 1-2 hr. Charge your batteries anywhere around the world via the included 100-240VAC universal power adapter. A user-activated deep cycle rejuvenator conditions your batteries in order to keep them at maximum capacity.
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Powerex MH-C204FA Overview

The Powerex MH-C204FA AA / AAA NiMH or NiCD Battery Charger will charge 2 or 4 AA or AAA nickel-metal hydride or (NiMH) or nickel-cadmium (NiCD) batteries. AA batteries take about 2-4 hr to charge, while AAA's take 1-2 hr. Charge your batteries anywhere around the world via the included 100-240VAC universal power adapter. A user-activated deep cycle rejuvenator conditions your batteries in order to keep them at maximum capacity.

The MH-C204FA is equipped with a negative delta V microprocessor for precision charging to ensure batteries reach their full capacities without becoming overcharged. It gives you a choice of rapid or trickle charging. Rapid charging is high-current, fast charging to get your batteries up to capacity quickly, while trickle charging makes sure they maintain that full capacity without receiving an excess of current.

The charger is great for use in the home or office, as well as in the car (car adapter required, sold separately).

Charges 2 or 4 AA or AAA nickel-metal hydride or (NiMH) or nickel-cadmium (NiCD) batteries
AA batteries take about 2-4 hr to charge, while AAA's take 1-2 hr
Charge your batteries anywhere around the world via the included 100-240VAC universal power adapter
A user-activated deep cycle rejuvenator conditions your batteries in order to keep them at maximum capacity
Negative delta V microprocessor for precision charging to ensure batteries reach their full capacities without becoming overcharged
Choice of rapid or trickle charging. Rapid charging is high-current, fast charging to get your batteries up to capacity quickly, while trickle charging makes sure they maintain that full capacity without receiving an excess of current
Great for use in the home or office, as well as in the car (car adapter required, sold separately)
UPC: 802366122354

Powerex MH-C204FA Specs

Charger
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz at 500 mA
AC Input Power VAC50 / 60 Hz
Charging Bays4 x AA, AAA
Supported Battery ChemistryNi-Cd, Ni-MH
Charging Voltage12 VDC
Charging Amperage20 to 1000 mA
Charger Dimensions3.9 x 2.93 x 1.56" / 99.1 x 74.5 x 39.5 mm
Charger Weight2.93 oz / 83 g
General
CertificationsGS, RoHS, UL, WEEE, as per Manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.515 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.6 x 4.25 x 2.65"

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