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Energizer CHM4FC Battery Charger High Energy


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  • High energy and high performance NiMH and NiCd battery charger
  • Quickly charges nickel metal hydride or nickel-cadmium rechargeable batteries
  • Universal charger charges all AAA, AA, 9V NiMH or NiCd cells
  • LED indicators make it easy to see when the batteries are fully charged
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The Eveready Battery Charger is a high energy and high performance NiMH and NiCd battery charger. It quickly charges nickel metal hydrido or nickel-cadmium rechargeable batteries. It is a universal charger which charges all AAA, AA, 9V NiMH or NiCd cells and is backed by the highly recognized Energizer's brand name. LED indicators make it easy to see when the batteries are fully charged. Eveready is the world's choice for dependability.

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  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00000JGNB
  • UPC: 039800017017
  • Item model number: CHM4FC
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #413,827 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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You can charge different sizes at the same time.
Cute Chihuahua
At least the Energizer CHM4FC does not burn up the batteries like those terrible life shortening 15 minute chargers however.
John Bloch
This is a really good buy, and I've saved a lot of money for our company using the ACCU system.
Mark Rogers

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117 of 119 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Smith on July 2, 2000
For the money, you'd be hard pressed to purchase a better battery charger. This unit from Energizer (which is apparently really getting into the rechargeable market) can charge any consumer-size battery--AAA, AA, C, D, and 9V--in either NiCad or NiMH chemistries.
It charges standard cells in about 4-6 hours and 9V batteries in about 9-10. This rate isn't as fast as some "quick chargers," but doesn't make the batteries hot and is really slightly better for them. When it's done, it keeps them on "trickle charge" so that they're at 100% capacity when you remove them.
For any batteries except 9V, you have to charge in pairs; many NiMH chargers have this restriction, however. You also cannot charge NiCad and NiMH at the same time.
Overall recommendation: If you're looking to stop wasting money on alkaline batteries and need a NiMH charger for household use, buy this one. For those few people who really *need* to be able to charge batteries in one hour (which are really only very high-intensity digital camera users), however, spend extra for a quick charger.
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78 of 79 people found the following review helpful By J. Russell on August 26, 2005
This is a versatile charger that charges all standard size NiMH and NiCads, and reliably. I have used it for a year with no problems, a good value for the price.

Smarter chargers have been recommended here(at about three times the price) to compensate for some of the issues with not-so-smart but less expensive chargers like this one. I must admit, the information provided by Energizer with this charger doesn't help to understand the limitation of this 'fixed time' charger.

It will put 430MilliAmps for 5 Hours into a AA NiMH. 430Ma times 5 Hours = 2100MaH. It uses 370Ma in its 'NiCad' setting for 3 Hours = 1100Mah for AAs. Since there is always some existing charge left in rechargeables before recharging, if your NiMH AA's capacity is less than 2500Mah(typically yes for AA NiMH) they will be fully charged by this charger. Likewise, NiCad AAs less than about 1200MaH(typical for NiCads) your batteries will be fully charged.

You can use the information above and the charging currents given on the Spec Sheet for this charger to figure charging capacities for other size and capacity batteries. C and D size capacities greater than 30000MaH will not be fully charged in one 5 hour cycle and will have to be cycled twice(2 X 3000Mah = 6000Mah)or more times, unless left in the charger to trickle charge for a long period of time(a good idea in any case to top off all charges). Every 24 hours of 65ma trickle current will add another 325MaH charge to a C or D cell till it reaches its full rated Mah capacity. Trickle charging batteries by leaving them in the charger after the 'timed' charge cycle (5 hours on 'NiMH' setting, 3 hours on 'NiCad') will keep your batteries topped off to full capacity at all times without hurting them.
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47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 27, 1999
After reading a PC Magazine articlehttp:about NiMH batteries and their advantages over disposable ones, Idecided to buy some. Went to Best Buy, which had the batteries, but no charger for D cells. Found and ordered the Energizer Universal Charger at Amazon (about $ less than elsewhere) and found it to be excellent. It charges both NiMH and NiCd batteries in all sizes, AA, AAA, C, D, & 9 volt.
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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By "7jack" on February 14, 2000
Choosing the best charger and batteries for your device is not easy. I use Palm IIIx, tried a plenty of varieties, used a different battery monitoring programs and found this one the best for me. So, if you use any personal organizer or other not so big feeder of battery power I recommend it. I purchased this Energizer charger with 2 pairs of Energizer AAA NiMH rechargeable batteries for my device, so I use 2 batteries in my Pilot while other pair recharges - and I am pretty satisfied. Other part of the charger/battery story are rechargeable batteries so choose right ones. I recommend Energizer nickel metal hydride.
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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 13, 2001
This unit is versatile as it will charge several sizes of batteries, BUT I was surprised to find out that it charges batteries for a fixed time of 3 hr or 5 hr for NiCd and NiMH, respectively (at 500mA)--a semi-rapid charger. The new NiMH and NiCd battery chargers (not this one) generally use some delta-voltage-current-somethingeruther and a few other newer techniques to charge batteries only up until they're full, then they trickle charge them. This Energizer model seems to use "old" technology to charge batteries. It doesn't matter what size/capacity/charge level, it charges them all for the same fixed amount of time. I found that it charged barely-discharged NiMH batteries for the same fixed 5 hours. To me, it should not run so much extra current through them unnecessarily. I guess it does the job, but I cannot find a "smart" battery charger that would charge the other sizes.
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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Henry H. Houh on July 15, 2000
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We bought this product partially for using vibrating infant seats also. The reason NiMH batteries don't run as long is that they cannot store as much energy as alkalines. The Energizer technical data sheets state that the energy storage capacity is:
Alk vs Rech - AAA 1150 vs 650, AA 2850 vs 1200, C 8350 vs 2200, D 18000 vs 2200, 9V 595 vs 150 (units are milli-Amp-Hours)
So, even though alkalines D cells will last about 8 times longer and they cost half as much, if you can get 20 charges out of a NiMH, it is worth it. Since NiMHs supposedly have a 500-1000 recharge life cycle, it's very much worth it to us to change the D cells 8 times more often! For the AAAs and AAs the difference is much less and even more worth it!
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