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NiMh 2400 AA cell charger

Old 02-14-2005, 12:00 AM
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Default NiMh 2400 AA cell charger

ive got to get a decent charger for my TX batteries but my only tx charger is a 50 mah nicd charger.... i dont feel like waiting 2 days to charge the freggin things ... either through the TX or a stand alone charger for them and hopefully something with peak detection
Old 02-21-2005, 12:51 AM
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Default RE: NiMh 2400 AA cell charger

Im just using the hobbico quick field charger MKII. You dont want to use a nicad charger for NiMH batteries...
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Default RE: NiMh 2400 AA cell charger

If they are loose cells you could get a charger for AA's like the one Panasonic has at Cosco or a Duracell one. Accupower also makes a charger for single cells, think it holds 4, that is rumored to be nice.
Old 02-22-2005, 02:00 AM
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Default RE: NiMh 2400 AA cell charger

eh i just bought one from fry's (www.outpost.com) iSun BattPak supposed to be versatile and can be used as a mobile battery pack with a car adaptor built into it so it can work just like a regular power outlet in a car just while it sits on your belt

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