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Mascot 2216NH

Manufacturer: MASCOT
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Microprocessor controlled charger for NiCd and NiMH battery packs with 6 to 12 cells (7.2-14.4 V). Charging current 1500 mA. Charging indicator. Trickle charge. Faulty cell detection. Imput voltage: 100-220 Vac. FEATURES: The MASCOT Smart Charger 2216NH is ideal for the traveling diver. Auto-ranging input allows the charger to work in any country...

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Microprocessor controlled charger for NiCd and NiMH battery packs with 6 to 12 cells (7.2-14.4 V). Charging current 1500 mA. Charging indicator. Trickle charge. Faulty cell detection. Imput voltage: 100-220 Vac.


FEATURES: 

The MASCOT Smart Charger 2216NH is ideal for the traveling diver. Auto-ranging input allows the charger to work in any country whose electrical system falls within a 100V - 240V range. AC adapter for Europe is included and for the following regions are available: USA, Europe, United Kingdom, and Australia.

The Smart Charger is configured to charge both Ni-cad and NiMH battery packs. The charger showcases the latest pulse charge technology; this feature grants near complete charging while also conditioning cells over time, resulting in longer battery life and more flashes per charge. Its "trickle" charge mode helps maintain a pack's charge without danger of overheating. In addition, this charger is less likely to fail when used with poorly regulated power sources.

The Smart Charger measures 7.5 cm x 11.6 cm x 4.0 cm (2.9" x 4.6" x 1.5") and weighs only 250 g (8.8 ounces). The LED light on its front indicates when the unit is powered on and what the current state of charge is


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