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Accupower Accu-manager 2010 AA-AAA Battery Charger Charges Nimh, Nicd, or Ram Batteries


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  • The rechargeable batteries can be left in the charger for a longer period of time, as overcharging of the batteries is not possible
  • Batteries can also be charged individually. Interruptions and additions can be made at any time during the charging procedure.
  • 1-4 batteries can be charged simultaneously. Combination of sizes and battery chemistry is also allowed.
  • An adapter for a 120V/60Hz wall outlet and for a 12 Volt automobile electrical supply system is included with the charger.
  • The unit contains electronic reverse battery protection and rejects batteries with reverse polarity. If a battery is defective, the corresponding LED will remain off.
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: AccuPower
  • Model: AP2010-1
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 2 x 1.2 inches ; 7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0017PR6B8
  • Item model number: AP2010-1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,546 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 24, 2010

Product Description

Model: AP-2010-1 Description: As soon as the multi-system is powered and 1-4 batteries are placed in the compartments, the charging process is automatically triggered, and the communications between the batteries and the charger starts. Initially, the 4 LED's are on for 3 seconds (initiation phase). During this time, the main battery parameters are recorded. The appropriate charging algorithm for each battery chemistry is defined. After the initiation phase, the LED's begin to blink, indicating that the charging process has begun. The end of the charging process is reached when the corresponding LED is constantly on/ THE MICRO-CONTROLLER: Adjusts the charging process, the charging duration and the intensity of the battery. A continuous data exchange between the batteries and the charges takes place so that optimal charging is achieved. Conventional charging methods do not consider the charging battery state which leads to unsatisfactory results of the charged battery THE CHARGING CURRENT: The maximum charging current per channel can be up to 600mAh or 2.4A total. The charging current is adjusted permanently according to the quality, inner resistance and fast charging capability of each individual battery THE MEMORY EFFECT: If NiCd batteries are not fully discharged before being recharged, that point becomes their full operating capacity. The batteries "remembers" how far it was discharged and can no longer be used beyond this point. To a lesser degree, the same memory effect occurs with NiMH batteries. Because of its intelligent charging technique, the AP-2010 can also avoid the memory-effect in new NiCd batteries and override it in older ones. After 3-4 charge cycles, up to 90% of the initial capacity of older NiCd batteries can be recovered. AUTOMATIC FLOAT CHARGE: The cells are given a float charge after the charging process is completed. Batteries that have been stored for a long time can also be recharged with the AP-2010. EAN Number: 9120004640222

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Anita Morley on September 11, 2013
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I was looking for a cheap "smart charger" and stumbled upon this charger from this page:

http://www.amazon.com/The-Best-AA-Battery-Chargers/lm/R1MD2AX62GW80A

It was the cheapest one in the list, and I had a very limited budget, so I decided to buy it and try it out. I ordered it on September 4th, and it arrived on the 10th. When I opened it, the first thing I noticed was that it was not the same charger as pictured. Then I saw on the package, "highspeed charging from 30 min" and immediately decided that I didn't want it, because I know that fast chargers are not good for your battery's health. I wrote to the seller telling them that I was returning it because I didn't want a 30 min. charger, and I recieved this response.

"The charger you ordered and received is not a 30 minute charger. Its maximum output is 600 milliamp which means that a 2400 mah AA battery (for example) will charge is approximately four hours. (If it were a 30 minute charger, it would have to charge at 4800 mah; however, this charger's maximum output is 600 mah - mathematically impossible to charge a standard battery in thirty minutes.) What the charger packaging and information is telling you is that within the first 30 minutes of charge time, the charger will reach its maximum charge based on the type of battery and its condition. There is no battery that this charger will charge in 30 minutes. From the manufacturer's specifications:
THE CHARGING CURRENT: The maximum charging current per channel can be up to 600mAh or 2.4A total. The charging current is adjusted permanently according to the quality, inner resistance and fast charging capability of each individual battery.
I hope this clears any misunderstanding and that you will choose to keep the charger and enjoy it.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By chewy on January 30, 2012
I bought this directly from thomas distributing and it does a very good job of cool and complete charging aaa and aa nimh batteries. Cant get any better than this charger. Extremely high quality with German engineering.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Cynthia Shipley on November 3, 2011
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This charger charges batteries as well as I could have hoped. It is much faster than the last one I owned, but I wish it also had the capacity to charge the larger batteries like C and D cells. You also have to have two batteries charging at the same time, which is only slightly inconvenient. I think it will meet our needs.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By skibik on January 12, 2013
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Even though I have only used it a few times it works great for AA batteries. But I recently bought a phone that used AAA rechargeable Nimh batteries and even though it showed they had charged them when I put them in the phone they showed they were just about dead. I used the actual phone charger and charged for 7 hours like recommended and they charged to full fine on the phone charger so not to sure about charging AAA with it. I like the fact that I can take it with me in the car and use the 12v system. My camera seems to be a battery hog so it will come in handy when I take a trip.

Update. I have used this a number of times since I bought it. I even bought the same brand 4 pack AA batteries for a digital camera. I charge in pairs and it always seems like one finishes charging and then other one won't stop charging. I have used Ni-cads for years and I know when they start to warm up that usually means they are at the peak of there charge. I am not sure if I have a bad battery but it does it with another brand I have also and it doesn't help to change charging bays. I also just bought cordless phones that use AAA size Ni-MH batteries and this charger is supposed to be capable of charging them, well it wouldn't charge them. I stuck then in there and it showed they were fully charged but when I put the batteries in the phone they showed dead. I ended up having to just charge them in the phone charger.
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By Daniel on September 13, 2014
This is not a review of this particular charger, but rather a review of Accupower as a company. Before you buy anything from Accupower let me share with you that their customer service sucks...or at least it would if they even had any. I purchased an Accupower AccuManager 20. This was supposed to be a high end unit that would charge 9 volt, D,C, AA, and AAA batteries. It came with great reviews and ratings. It as supposed to be a 'smart charger' that would shut itself off after the charge was complete. It did for the first 3 charges, but then the stupid thing melted on the inside. I used the recommended batteries NMHD rechargeable batteries and even went out on different blogs to try and see if anyone else had a similar experience. Apparently I wasn't the only one who had this happen to them...so I had to wonder who was writing their reviews. Maybe it was their marketing department sandbagging the reviews. I do notice that Amazon no longer sells this particular unit, Good For Amazon!! What irks me is that this unit wasn't and I thought I would try and contact the Accupower customer service to find out about replacement boards, any warranty that might be left, etc. I found out that the website on the back of the charger www.accupowerusa only sends you to another website that is in German. After trying to contact them, the only thing I got was ZERO correspondence. If you decide to buy something made by this company...good luck and caveat emptor.
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