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Maximal Power FC999 Universal Rapid Charger for Alkaline, RAM, Ni-MH, Ni-CD, AA, AAA, C, D, N, 9V Batteries

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  • It charges AA, AAA, C, D, N, 9V, Ni-MH (Nickel Metal Hydride), Ni-CD (Nickel Cadmium), RAM (Rechargeable Alkaline Manganese) and even Alkaline (previously Non-Rechargeable) batteries.
  • Built with 8 bit microprocessor, it employs advanced RISC architecture with integrated converter and multi-channels high speed input/output ports to intelligently monitor and control the whole charge of battery in real time and prevent from overcharging.
  • It is also Built-In with negative delta V cut-off function and short-circuit protection
  • Easy to use - It has LED and LCD display so that the status of each battery's charging cycle can be easily seen and the sliding spring loaded negative pole makes inserting any type battery a breeze.
  • Charger Input Voltage : AC 100-240V 50-60 Hz 0.6A Max; Charger Output Voltage : 12.0V=1000mA

Frequently Bought Together

Maximal Power FC999 Universal Rapid Charger for Alkaline, RAM, Ni-MH, Ni-CD, AA, AAA, C, D, N, 9V Batteries + Tenergy 8 pcs C Size 5000 mAh high capacity high rate NiMH Rechargeable batteries
Price for both: $61.11

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: MaximalPower
  • Model: FC999
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 6 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B008467K1E
  • Item model number: FC999
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (363 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 17, 2012

Product Description

Maximal Power Universal Rapid Charger is a device equipped with the best available technology. It charges AA, AAA, C, D, N, 9V, Ni-MH (Nickel Metal Hydride), Ni-CD (Nickel Cadmium), RAM (Rechargeable Alkaline Manganese) and even Alkaline batteries which is previously non-rechargeable. It is Built-In RISC architecture with a 8 bit microprocessor to intelligently monitor and control the charging cycle in each charging port for overcharge and short-circuit protections. It is also built with the latest battery charging technology, "Negative Delta V" deletion to charge Ni-MH and Ni-CD batteries first. Once the battery is fully charged, a constant current trickle charge will keep the battery at optimum ca[This charger meets the current requirements of European and National guidelines. It is an excellent choice for providing a comprehensive and versatile solution to keeping batteries charged when needed and minimizing battery waste. Features: It charges AA, AAA, C, D, N, 9V, Ni-MH, Ni-CD, RAM and even Alkaline batteries. With LCD and 8 bit microprocessor, it employs advanced RISC architecture with integrated converters and multi-channels high speed input/output ports to control the whole charge in real time. It can charge up to 4 batteries but only one 9V battery at a time and recharges batteries in SINGLE or Group as the microprocessor monitors each charging bay individually. Individual timers aid in overcharge protection, giving a complete intelligently controlled charging cycle. It is Built-In with "Negative Delta V" cut-off function and short-circuit protection. It has both LED and LCD display so that the status of each battery's charging cycle can be easily seen. It has an easy to use, sliding spring loaded negative pole, which makes inserting any type battery a breeze.

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Customer Reviews

It charges alkaline batteries as well as normal rechargeable batteries.
hitech guy
One appliance I was using these recharged batteries in stopped working in a short period of time even though new batteries would power it for a couple of months.
BillDen
So we're saving money, and saving our environment one battery at the time!
Leah Caesar

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

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I got bit by the bug and decided I needed a battery charger. I did a lot of research, and really thought I was going with the Tenergy T-9688 or the Tenergy TN190-4. The USB ports on both of those made them tempting. But I have plenty of USB chargers, and the Tenergy ones only work when you're not charging batteries, so all told, the feature was pretty meaningless to me. I did go ahead and get some Tenergy AAA & AA LSD NiMH Rechargeable Batteries, but just when I thought I was good to go with their charger, I stumbled upon Maximal Power. And their charger does pretty much everything Tenergy does, but with the added bonus of charging Alkaline batteries too. Really?!? Well, that perked my ears up, so I put Tenergy on hold and took a chance on Maximal Power and bought it.

Identical To More Expensive Viatek Chargers

When I got my Maximal Power Charger, the first thing I noticed, is it appeared to be airbrushed black. The paint job is decent enough, with a nice glossy finish that doesn't attract fingerprints or smudges -- but a paint job none the less. It looked good, but it made me curious. So I came back to Amazon and did some investigating, and sure enough there are 2 other chargers being sold at much higher prices, yet look suspiciously identical to my Maximal Power.
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70 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Grranimal on November 11, 2012
I've had this great charger for 6 months and recharged all my AA and AAA alkaline batteries. For them, it seems to work well.

Here's the data from my Radio Shack Auto-Ranging Digital Multimeter:
AA and AAAs: 1.5+ volts (completely restored)
C batteries: 1.4 volts or less on first charge. This is about 7-8% low, and I'd recommend recharging each group of Cs twice with a wait in between charges.

Definitely NOT 1 Star product as someone said, LOL

Caution: 9 volt batteries may damage the plug in the center of the charger. Use a dongle, if necessary, to connect them.
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63 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Steve on November 21, 2012
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Works very well.

So far all of the batteries I have charged are well above 1.55V. Most are over 1.6V!

You do have to leave them in at least 8 or more hours to get a full charge. The display will show a full charge (green) early and the battery will only be 1.4V. If you leave the battery in longer - overnight at a minimum or for a full day works much better then you will get a new battery (1.6V or more) charge. I haven't tried a 9V battery yet. I'll update the review later when I have tried charging a 9V battery.

This works much better than the Battery Xtender it replaced (which died after 7 years of service).
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Tim D. Hendon on July 24, 2013
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Pros:
1. Charges all NiMH and Nicad AAA and AA to 1.43+v.
2. Charges alkaline C/D cells up to 90% of original nominal value.
3. Is able to charge buttonless type rechargeable batteries (ex. Saft VRE C cells).
4. When charging is complete, C cells & AAs are cool to the touch. Only AAAs are warm.
5. Has a very good trickle charge that will allow full charge of all battery types.
6. Has non-backlit LCD display that shows current charging status.
7. Bright LEDs to show discharging (amber), charging (red) and full charge (green).
8. Four individual slots that will allow mixing of the same battery type.

Cons:
1. Discharge rate of NiCads are not even across the charging ports.
2. Has trouble making proper contact with AAA batteries. Pushing down on batteries allows proper contact.
3. Air-brushed with black paint.
4. After several charging cycles on Nicads, port 4 will no longer discharge.
5. Has no selectable charge/discharge rates that some of the better chargers have.

All voltages were measured with a Fluke 115 DMM.
All other measurements were made with a Maha MH-C9000 analyzer.
Good charger overall. Now if it will only last.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Larry V. Comstock on May 26, 2013
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Have used on 2nd generation charging of AAA and AA batteries. Does not seem to work well on 9 volt, as I have not achieved full voltage and do not trust them . I use a voltmeter to check before and after voltage, seems to rejuvenate all well except 9 volt.

I've read in some places that these rejuvenated batteries should not be used in cameras or high load equipment. I HAVE not experienced that, reused 2 sets in my camera with satisfactory results.

The unit itself seem a bit flimsy, particularly the cover, but with a little care it will probably be OK.

LOVE the before charge indication. Lets you know if a battery needs charging. I have a family that is not careful about putting new or almost new into a recycle box. NOW I can "recycle" them back to the new drawer.

ALSO it is important that the batteries be stored for a few days before reuse, as leaks do occur after recharging. Best if left on a white paper before using.
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