USB Strong Magnetic Lithium Ion Battery Charger Adapter is for Single-Cylinder Li & NiMH Batteries, Charges 3.6 – 3.7V Lithium Cells,
Accepts Batteries of Various Sizes, Connects to Cells via Magnetic Contacts, Automatic Polarity & Chemistry Detection, Max.
Charging Current: 750mAh, Flat, Tangle-Free Cable. Replenish the power in your single-cylinder lithium or NiMH batteries via this Universal Magnetic USB Charger.
It offers a maximum charging current of 750mAh and is compatible with all 3.6 – 3.7V cylindrical lithium cells including li-ion and lithium-manganese (IMR) as well as virtually all cylindrical NiMH cells.
The charger works with batteries of any size and rejuvenates one at a time connecting to both ends of the cell via dual magnetic end caps.
There’s no need to worry about the orientation of the cells as the charger automatically detects polarity.
It also recognizes battery chemistry.
At the opposite end of the cable from the magnetic caps is a USB connector for insertion into an AC wall adapter or portable power bank.
The cable resembles a headphone cord and features a flat tangle-free design that allows for easy use and storage
If you or your family use a lot of AA or AAA batteries, then it is a good idea to purchase a battery charger and some rechargeable batteries. Unfortunately, the batteries may be a bit pricey, but in the long run they are well worth the investment. The batteries can run anywhere from $ 1 to $ 5 for a single AA or AAA rechargeable battery, but think of all the uses you can get from a single battery. You can get up to 1,000 charges from a single battery, making the one battery now 1,000 batteries. And the chargers only cost approximately $ 15. This is well worth the initial investment. Plus you will be saving the environment by not disposing of all those wasted batteries.
Battery chargers have become very efficient at their job. When AA and AAA battery chargers first arrived on the market they were called "overnight chargers" because you had to leave the charger on for eight to ten hours (all night) to fully charge your rechargeable batteries. Soon after "quick chargers" hit the marketplace. These could recharge batteries within two to five hours, half the time of the older chargers. Finally, a one hour battery charger was made. This made rechargeable batteries much for functional. Now with technology advocating so fast there are 30 and 15 minute battery chargers. Of course there are drawbacks to these speedy chargers, they shorten the batteries lifespan. The high power chargers actually harm the battery by recharging them at such a great speed. Hopefully sometime in the near future this problem should be resolved. It is up to personal choice if they want a fast charger or they want maximum battery life.
There are two types of rechargeable batteries, Nicads (NiCd) and Nikel-metal hydride (NiHM). NiCd batteries do not hold their memory well, causing them to lose charge capacity in a short period of time. To resolve this problem, before charging always make sure the battery is completely drained. While the battery is charging never interrupt it. Avoiding these common mistakes can keep your NiCd battery charging to its peak potential. On the other hand, NiHM batteries do not have the memory effect. You can charge them even if the battery is halfway full with no problems. You can also remove it from the charger at anytime with no lasting effects. This makes NiMH batteries the optimal choice in rechargeable batteries as they last longer.
Now you should know that you most likely want the faster battery chargers, to save you time and money on your electricity bills. The faster battery chargers are more efficient at their job than the older models. The prices may be higher, but after a few chargers you will see the savings. The initial investment for rechargeable batteries and a battery charger may cost you around $ 100. After a few hundred charges of the same batteries, without spending anymore money, you will see the difference in your monthly battery spending. Plus it is good for the environment to save space in the land fills for other garbage.
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Individual charging status for each slot
Can charge Ni-MH Ni-CD AA/AAA rechargeable batteries
Smart LCD to shows its charging progress separately
Protects against wrong polarity and over charging
Trickle charge will help maximize the capacity of battery
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