Alkaline Nimh Nicd Battery Charger For 4AA Batteries With CE FCC
1.Advanced processor control for simple plug go operation
2.3 battery chemistries:Alkaline,NiCd,NIMH
3.6 charging docks for charging 'AA','AAA','9V'
4.Simutaneous charging of mixed sizes
5.Completely safe;protection against
overcharge,overheat,shot-circuit,and polarity reversal
6.Renews most brand of batteries
|Name||Smart Battery Charger|
|Batteries size supported||1.5V LR03,LR06 AAA/AA alkaline(Previously non-rechargeable) and
1.2V AAA/AA rechargeable Ni-CD and Ni-MH batteries
9V 6LR61 batteries
1.One single battery cannot be charged.Must have at least two
batteries in unit.
Different size batteries can be renewed at the same time.
2.Place batteries in Renu-it with polarity as indicated.Plug into
The LED light on the left will show green to indicate power to the
3.The LED light on the right will show red while renewing(in
average 24 hours).When red LED blinks green,it denotes that the
battery is renewed.If the red LED does not go green within an 24
hour period,then the battery cannot be renewed.
4.Remove the batteries from the unit once they are renewed and
1)alkaline and saline batteries as well as rechargeable cells
(NiCad, Ni-MH).1-4 batteries are charged freely.
2)The power light will be on and the LED lihgt will be green when
it detects the battery in its slot correctly and it will be red
when the battery is in full
3)Fast charge maximum only for 3 h for 1.5 V alkaline batteries, and from 3 to 12 h for 1,5 V AAA
and AA rechargeable batteries depending on their capacity.
ABL606 is a friendly charger and is able to charge a lot of times
so called "non-rechargeable batteries" because they are usually
damaged by heat from classical chargers: alkaline and saline
ABL606 is an intelligent charger incorporating a "real-time
detector chip" enabling it to adapt to different kinds of alkaline
and saline batteries as well as rechargeable cells (NiCd,
Ni-MH).When the batteries are full, ABL606 stops its charging and
With ABL606 , fast charging is possible with many types of
batteries: Alkaline, Saline (from 1 to 3 hours), Ni-Cd, Ni-MH (from
3 to 12 hours). Charging speed depends on the type and quality of
batteries and on storage conditions at home.