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C.Crane 11-in-1 Solar Battery Charger
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- Solar battery charger. Recharge batteries with the sun!
- Charges 11 different NiCd and NiMH battery sizes (AAA, AA, C, D, and 7 GUM sizes) Never be without power again!
- Charges 2 pcs of NIMH or NiCad "D"/"C"/"AA"/"AAA" size rechargeable batteries
- Adjustable top lid and bottom stand for optimal sunlight exposure
- Blocking diode to prevent discharge
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|Item Dimensions||2.5 x 5 x 7 inches|
|Item Weight||0.87 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.9 pounds|
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However, it will not recharge 9-volt batteries. The voltage from the solar panel isn't high enough. If you want to charge a 9V battery, the product you need is
AA and 9 volt battery charger with 3, 6, 9, and 12 volt power supply
The only thing the Crane charger's dial really indicates is current. The time shown on the dial is an estimate based on the assumption that the battery was drained until its pole potential difference was about one volt. It isn't the amount of time remaining. You still have to check the batteries from time to time with a voltmeter, until they're just over 1.4 volts each when you measure them with a voltmeter 30 minutes after taking them out of the charger. (The battery voltage usually falls off by 0.01V to 0.03V during the first half hour after removal.)
Not all of these chargers are equals. Some of them generate a higher charging voltage than others do.Read more ›
We originally purchased this unit for camping. That turned out to be rather impractical, as many campsites are in shaded, forested areas. However, the purchase was worth every penny and over time has saved us a fortune in battery costs --- and no doubt quite a bit for electric-grid prices as well. Highly recommended.
Cons: It takes 2 days and the charger needs to be moved every couple hours to maximize solar collection.
I had hoped for a charge in 1 day, but this is not the case - it really takes 2 days to charge them up.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It seemed to charge took all day, but I was only able to test it by putting it in a lantern to test. The meter never moved from 0 so I had no way of telling. Returning it.Published 19 days ago by S. Bryant
It appears to charge quickly but I haven't checked out the batteries yet.Published 20 days ago by snowback
Only works if it's in complete direct sunlight. in order to charge batteries you would have to move it into direct sunlight all day long.Published 22 days ago by Tim M. Wood