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PowerEx MH-C9000 WizardOne Charger-Analyzer + 4 Pack AA NiMH Rechargeable Batteries [2700mAh]

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  • Four independent slots for AA or AAA NiMH batteries
  • Large backlit LCD
  • Digitally displays battery capacity, voltage, current and time
  • Special forming charge and cycling mode
  • 30 selectable charging and discharging speed
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  • Brand Name: Powerex
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

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  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000WG9MUG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

The MH-C9000 WizardOne Charger-Analyzer with 4 AA Batteries from Powerex charges 1-4 AA or AAA NiMH or NiCD batteries via 4 independent slots. It supports batteries with capacities of 100-20,000mAh. The large, backlit LCD screen displays capacity, voltage, elapsed time and current. The charger provides 29 selectable charge and discharge rates, including 19 charging currents from 0.2-2.0A (200-2000mA) and 10 discharging currents from 0.1-1.0A (100-1000mA) in increments of 0.1A. The MH-C9000 has 5 operational modes: Charge, Refresh & Analyze, Break-In, Discharge and Cycle. Charge mode recharges your batteries at the selected rate, and is suitable for frequently-used batteries.

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It is much more than just a charger as it will analyze and recondition old batteries too.
Bukeroos
Trust me on this, customer satisfaction is their top priority, and this product is truly amazing.
Solid Eye
This is one of those things that each time you use it, you have a feeling of money well spent.
Jay

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

57 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 25, 2009
The reason for this purchase was extreme frustration with two Duracell 15-minute chargers and a crudload of 2650 batteries I got to power four Canon Speedlite flashes. I couldn't get 10 minutes out of them before the flash recycling times made them unusable!
I bought the smart charger based on other reviews here so I'm just going to provide a few observations:
1. Excellent appearance - looks professional and well-made.
2. Read the instruction sheet carefully - there are multiple charge modes used at different times.
3. When the battery is inserted the charger prompts you for the charge mode, etc. Very easy to set up.
4. Every battery that hasn't been on this charger should go thru the Break-In mode - it takes almost two full days but the results are worth it. I just spent six hours at a local event using a lot of flash photography and didn't have to change out the batteries at all!
5. A regular charge can be done in about one hour.
6. They recommend "matching" the batteries based on their capacity (shown when charging is done) - I'm using a spreadsheet to track that and have put labels on each battery showing the battery number, capacity, and group it belongs to. Overkill perhaps but it's paid off so far.
7. Once you've used it a few times it becomes a lot easier.
8. The Duracell 15-minute chargers have been tossed - I'm not so sure that such a short charging time is good for batteries anyway.
9. I've already purchased another MH-C9000 as a backup and to charge more batteries in the same amount of time.
This is the first review I've ever posted - I see a lot of these and wonder if they were written by someone at the company that makes the product. I'm just a regular guy who is excited over finding something that solved a major problem in a big way.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Eric Horowitz on April 19, 2010
The features are outstanding and provide all that one would want in a AA charger. However, the quality is very poor. I have had four of these. The first buzzed so loud I had to keep it in the garage. The second lasted for a couple of months before the LCD display became unreadable (I kept it inside - no harsh environmental conditions). The third one had a malfunction on one of the slots and would only charge 3 batteries at a time. My fourth one did the same as the third after only using it 2 or 3 times.

I give credit to Thomas Electronics for replacing each defective device absolutely hassel free, but I am not even going to ask them to send me a fifth one. I have batteries to charge. I am going to have to find soething else.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Ron VINE VOICE on January 19, 2009
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Got this battery charger based on recommendations given in a Nikon D80 online forum. It provides much better operation for rechargeable AA batteries than the standard chargers that come with sets of batteries. This charger reconditions batteries as well as charging them, so you get more life from a battery as well. One of the real positives of this charger is that each battery charging slot is independent - so you can charge batteries of multiple ratings (ie 2000 mAh and 2700 mAh) at the same time... and each is charged optimally. I have noticed MUCH better battery performance on all the batteries I have charged on this, and have reconditioned old batteries that had gotten to the point of not holding charge for any length of time. After reconditioning, the old batteries were ... almost ... as good as when I bought them.

I highly recommend this charger. It seems expensive at first, but you will get much better life from your rechargeable batteries and better performance from them as well!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Cheap-n-Easy on February 13, 2010
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I could not agree more with the other comments about how this charger actually maintains you battery capacity.

This Maha PowerEx MH-C9000 Charger/Maintainer, is in my opinion one of the best on the market. The manual clearly indicates to charge NI-MH cells NOT BELOW 10% of its capacity, otherwise they will not reach full charge (e.g. no less than 270 MA for 2700 MAH cells) and to NOT fast charge them ABOVE 100% of its capacity (e.g. 2700 MA for these 2700 MAH cells) otherwise they overheat and may get damaged.

Another issue with charging Ni-MH batts correctly is that very few chargers compensate for the heat loss in the charging process so they never charge the batteries full. The Maha charges 2700 MAH cells actually to a displayed accumulated value 3350 MAH because it has a temperature sensor and calculates, then compensates for the charge that is lost to heat energy.

I have found that if you use these NI-MH rechargables a lot, it is absolutely advised to get a really good charger/maintainer such as the Maha Powerex that can charge, discharge, cycle, maintain, break in, analyze and refresh NI-MH cells. Cheap chargers wear your batts out much, mcuh faster than necessary. You should get 1000 charge/recharge cycles out of your NI-MH batteries if maintained correctly.

Most quick chargers are just that, quick chargers. They do not maintain your batteries and make sure they perform over a long period of time with capacity.

Only con for me is that a charger this expensive should have bays not only for AA and AAA batteries but also for C and D cells.
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