How do I choose a NiMH / NiCd Battery Charger?
- Identify how many cells you need to charge to find the correct voltage you need (1 NiMH / NiCd cell = 1.2V, 2 cells = 2.4V, 3 cells = 3.6V and so on)
- -For a slow charge (approx 15 hours), we recommend a C/10 charge current, where C represents the battery capacity. Do not exceed a C/10 charge with a charger that isn’t intelligent (will automatically stop when the battery is fully charged)
- -For a fast charge we recommend a charge current of between C/3 to C. In this case, you must use an intelligent charger (with Delta-V protection, a technique that enables the charger to identify the full charge of a battery and to stop the charge when this is reached)
If you need any more advice on choosing the right Battery Charger or free technical advice, please get in touch. If you need a quote for large quantities of NiMH / NiCd Battery Chargers, please find the product you wish to enquire about and use the “Request a Quote” link below its pricing.
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