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MH-C801D
Eight Cell One Hour Charger
Thank you for purchasing the PowerEx MH-C801D
battery charger. Read these instructions carefully and
thoroughly before operating this unit. IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS. READ AND SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS.
VARIOUS MODES
This section explains various charging modes and when to use them. To
enable each mode, refer to the “Operation” section.
Rapid Charge Mode (Default)
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
•
Do not charge battery cells other than NiMH or NiCD. AA Batteries
must be able to accept a 2.0A (Rapid mode) / 1.0A (Soft mode) rapid
charge current. AAA Batteries must be able to accept a 0.7A (Rapid) /
0.35A (Soft) rapid charge current.
•
Do not use one-hour rapid charge mode on AA batteries rated under
2000mAh and AAA batteries under 700mAh. To charge them, use the
Soft Charging mode (refer to “Soft Charging Mode”).
•
Do not expose the unit to rain or moisture due to the risk of fire.
•
Do not operate the charger if it appears damaged in any way.
•
Always place the battery cells with positive tip facing the top. Incorrect
polarity may cause fire or explosion. Observe polarity diagrams located
on the charger.
•
Do not allow the unit to be exposed to direct sunlight. Operate in wellventilated area.
•
Do not allow the battery terminals to become shorted.
•
To reduce the risk of damage to the power cord, always pull by
connector rather than the cord.
•
Shortest recharging time (approximately one hour).
•
Suitable for AA batteries with capacity greater than 2000mAh and
AAA with capacity greater than 700mAh.
Soft Charging Mode
•
Maximizes battery life and performance (recharging time
approximately two hours).
•
Suitable for most batteries.
•
Recommended if recharging time is not critical.
Conditioning Mode
•
A special mode which rejuvenates and cycles batteries. Applies a
special initial charge, discharge and recharge cycle which
restores battery performance (requires up to 14 hours to
complete).
•
Conditioning cycle can be used to rescue degraded batteries and
exercise infrequently-used batteries.
•
Recommended once every ten normal charges for NiMH batteries
to ensure performance.
FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS
OPERATION
•
Eight independent charging slots. Charges 1-8 AA or AAA batteries.
•
Selectable Rapid Charge and Soft Charge mode.
Rapid Charge Mode (Default)
•
Recharge in approximately 1 hour.
1.
•
Selectable conditioning / rejuvenation cycle.
•
Worldwide power supply.
Rapid Charge Current:
2.0A (AA), 0.7A (AAA)
Microprocessor:
Eighth-generation MH-NM7008 Powerex
Precision Microprocessor
Charge Time*:
60 Minute (Rapid), 120 Minute (Soft)
Input Voltage:
AC 100-240V 50-60Hz
* Charge time will vary depending upon the brand, capacity, and
condition of batteries being charged.
Connect the power supply unit DIN connector to the charger as shown
in the figure below.
Then, connect the supplied AC cord to a compatible outlet (100240VAC, 50/60Hz) and the other end to the power supply unit.
TIP: When operating the charger outside of its intended region of use,
simply obtain a power cord with a suitable plug type or use a plugchanger. Transformer is not necessary.
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2.
Insert AA and/or AAA batteries.
Rapid Charge mode (Soft Charging symbols disappears) when all
batteries are removed.
For best performance, insert the batteries from the left to right.
Conditioning Mode
NOTE: Conditioning is activated for all battery slots simultaneously and
cannot be activated for each individual battery.
NOTE: Ensure that the batteries are pressed down all the way to
ensure optimal contact.
1.
Remove all batteries from the charger, if any.
2.
Insert one battery in the leftmost slot.
3.
Within five seconds, press and hold the “CONDITION” button until
”Condition” symbol is displayed on the LCD screen.
If a battery cannot be detected, make sure that the battery is inserted
all the way and try changing the slot. If it still cannot be recognized, the
battery may not be accepting a charge and may need to be replaced.
3.
When the battery is correctly inserted, charging will commence for that
slot. The charger is equipped with a four-level battery gauge which
displays the charging progress.
TIP: If Conditioning and Soft Charging is desired simultaneously, insert
the first battery, press the Soft Charging button first followed
immediately by the Conditioning button. THIS CAN TAKE UP TO 35
HOURS TO COMPLETE.
Extremely low charge. Typically indicates
abnormal or aged batteries. Conditioning is
recommended.
Flashing
4.
Insert the remaining batteries.
5.
The condition cycle will first apply an initial charge, discharge then
recharge the batteries.
Solid or
Flashing
Flashing
Flashing
Flashing
0-50%
charge
50-80%
charge
80-100%
charge
Charging
completed.
Initial Charging
Discharging
Standby for
Recharging OR
Recharging
Done
Battery fault
It is normal for all symbols to disappear from one or more slots toward
the end of discharge. This indicates that discharging is nearly
completed and recharging will commence soon.
Flashing all
together
During discharging, batteries that finish before others will show
“CHARGE” symbols. However, actual charging will not commence until
all batteries have finished discharging.
Soft Charging Mode
NOTE: Soft Charging is activated for all battery slots simultaneously and
cannot be activated for each individual battery.
1.
Remove all batteries from the charger, if any.
2.
Insert one battery in the leftmost slot.
3.
Within five seconds, press and hold the “SOFT” button until “Soft
Charging” symbol is displayed on the LCD screen.
Manufactured By:
MAHA ENERGY CORP.
4.
Insert the remaining batteries.
5.
Soft Charging mode will remain activated as long as there are batteries
in the charger (even if charging is completed). The charger will reset to
PRINTED IN TAIWAN A03-3713353-455
1647 Yeager Ave. La Verne, CA 91750
Tel: 1-800-376-9992, 1-909-392-1568
http://www.mahaenergy.com/
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