Sanyo Eneloop Ni-MH Charger and 8 Rechargeable AA and 4 Rechargeable AAA Batteries forum
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The Sanyo eneloop cells can be recharged using any good-quality 'smart' chargers designed for NiMH cells. For the sake of battery lifespan, avoid timer-based overnight 'dumb' chargers, and '15-minute' ultra-fast battery roasters. As a general rule, any brand of NiMH cells can be recharged using other brands of NiMH chargers. But the manufacturer always tell you to use only the same brand - for obvious reasons.
Mar 24, 2011 by NLee the Engineer
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The Sanyo MQN06 charger included in this package only charges in pairs. If you just put in one cell, NOTHING happens. It is a semi-smart charger, meaning that it monitors the combined voltage of two cells, and stops charging when AT LEAST ONE cell is fully charged. This prevents over-charging, but one cell may be under-charged (if you group two cells of different capacities in a pair). Is the MQN06 good enough for your application? IF all your battery-operated appliances use even number of cells, AND you only use idential cells in them, AND you make sure not to mix-up cells from different appliances, THEN it is acceptable to use this charger. Otherwise, get at least one charger that can handle individual cells. For example: Sony Cycle Energy BCG34HRE4KN Quick with Refresh Charger and 4 Pre-Charged 2000 mAh AA Batteries
Dec 11, 2010 by NLee the Engineer
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The MQR06 accepts 100-240V AC input. But you may still need a set of AC plugs for use in other countries.
Oct 12, 2010 by NLee the Engineer
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The AAA's say "Typ.800mAh,Min750mAh" The AA's say "Typ.2.000mAh,Min 1.900mAh"
Mar 29, 2014 by Cheryl Fontaine
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The Sanyo charger (MQN06) in this package can recharge AAA cells as well. But it has the same limitation that you must charge in pairs.
Dec 30, 2010 by NLee the Engineer
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Charging current of Sanyo MQN06 is 300mA. To recharge a pair of 2000mAh AA cell would take about 7 hours (2000mAh / 300mA =~7h).
Dec 18, 2010 by NLee the Engineer
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Both. But for Euro, you'll need the European prong adapter. This question has already been answered before, by the way... It would be a good idea to look at previous answers before asking.
Aug 20, 2014 by O.G.
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Reading from the back of the charger; "Input 100-240 V/~ 50-60Hz 8W " Hope this helps.
Aug 14, 2014 by Wex
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The charger can work on either 120V or 240V (the latter would require a European adapter, I imagine). It is not for use with USB ports.
Aug 1, 2014 by O.G.
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