LiteGear LitePower Triple Battery Charger 12V NiMH 1800mA
The LiteGear LitePower Triple Battery Charger 12V NiMH can charge (3) 12 volt NiMH batteries at either 900mA or 1800mA. Designed to work with our 10 Ah, 4.5 Ah, and 2.2 Ah battery units, this charger features convenient, panel-mounted 2.1 x 5.5 mm barrel connectors and individually-selectable output barrel connectors. Great for use in rental operations for charging multiple batteries. ***NOT FOR USE WITH 0.8 Ah BATTERY PACKS***.
- Universal voltage AC input with C-14 connector (includes a US 5-15 male to C-13 power cable).
- 12V DC output with 2.1 x 5.5 mm barrel connectors.
- Three channels; each channel can charge any 9.6-18.0V NiMH or NiCd battery pack.
- 120-240 AC input for worldwide use.
- Automatically detects a battery pack's voltage (red LED will be on during charging).
- Automatically cuts off voltage when fully charged.
- Two current level options: 0.9 A and 1.8 A (change with switch on the front panel).
- Use 0.9 A charge setting for: 2.2 Ah batteries.
- Use 1.8 A charge setting for: 4.5 Ah and 10 Ah batteries.
- Dimensions: 1.8" x 5.8" x 9.8" (HxWxL).
- Weight: 27 oz (765 g).
- Supply AC power first and then connect the battery pack.
- Make sure battery polarity is connected correctly, if necessary.
- When the unit is connected to the AC source, the red LED and green LED flash twice, then remain off.
- After the correct battery pack is connected, the red LED will be on and remain solid, indicating that it is charging.
- After the battery is fully charged, the green LED will be on and remain solid, indicating that the battery is fully charged.
- Do not use the charger for a low-capacity battery pack (<900 mAh).
- Plug in AC power first, then connect the battery to the charger; otherwise, the charger will not charge the battery.
- The charger must be cool during operation. There must be space between the charger and other devices and/or a fan. Otherwise, the
- charger will generate too much heat, which will damage the charger and the battery being charged.