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- This EBL 808 charger can charge 2/4/6/8 AA/AAA Ni-MH/Ni-Cd rechargeable batteries.
- Controlled by MCU, automatically stop charging when detecting improper input voltage, defective or short circuit or non rechargeable batteries.
- Using -∆V intellectual cut-off charging method, automatically turn to trickle charge, prevent the batteries from over-voltage, over-current or over-heat.
- AC 100-240V 50/60Hz input, 2.8V DC output shorten the time of charging (most similar chargers are 2.4V).
- Constant current charging would protect the batteries against current fluctuation and keep using the charger safely.
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EBL 808 Model (Latest Version) Battery Charger
Can both charge AA and AAA Ni-MH Ni-Cd rechargeable batteries(Do not charge alkaline or Lithium batteries)
How many batteries can be charged at a time:
2/4/6/8 AA or AAA batteries together at a time, need to charge batteries in pairs, do not charge uneven amount of batteries
4 LEDs show the status of charging, never charge 1 AA + 1 AAA together at 2 slots which are controlled by 1 LED
Reasonable Circuit Layout - Worldwide Usage
Advaned MCU Control With Reasonable Circuit Layout
Negative delta V (- ∆V) cut-off function,automatically cut off when fully charged
Input and Output:
Input: AC 100-240V AC 50/60Hz. Worldwide voltage
Output: DC 2.8V 1000mA,0.4V output voltage more than most similar charger means faster for charging
Charging Time Table:
2 to 8pcs AAA 500-1200mAh: 1.5 - 4 hours(180mA output)
2 to 8pcs AA 1300-2800mAh: 1.5 - 6 hours(200mA output)
Patent Trickle Charge Mode
Unique Trickle Charge
Adopting -∆V intellectual cut-off charging method, automatically turn to trickle charge, overheat-detection to prevent over-charging, short circuit protection and reverse polarity protection.
* Please ensure the battery installed is correct: make the +/- pole of the battery is match for the +/- pole of the charger.
* Never mix charge different type and different capacity of batteries under the same LED indicator.
* Using environment: 0℃ to 40℃, it is normal phenomenon that the battery is warmer than room temperature when charging.
* Do not disassemble or reassemble the charger by yourself for safety reason.
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Better Heat Dissipation
Heat dissipation design help the EBL 808 battery charger has a better function: overheat-detection to prevent over-charging.
Auto & Smart Indicator
EBL 808 with personality LED indicator.
Red means charging;
Green means fully charged.
1 x EBL 808 battery charger
1 x user manual
1 x AC power cable
Top customer reviews
Amazon combined several EBL products (AA/AAA batteries, 4-bay and 8-bay chargers) onto one product page. I don't like this practice either, as it creates a lot of confusions among readers. My original review below is for the 8-bay charger. If you are looking for my reviews on EBL batteries, please use the following links:
EBL 2300mAh AA: http://www.amazon.com/review/R2TF26L19LFMCQ
EBL 2800mAh AA: http://www.amazon.com/review/R2BB5XJQ840IH0
==== Original Review Follows ====
For an 8-bay charger, the EBL 808A Quick Charger Smart Battery Charger is very compact, light weight and inexpensive. It looks like a great value especially since it claims to be both 'Quick' and 'Smart. However, there are several limitations you need to know:
- The EBL 808A charges in pairs only. That means you're out of luck if you have appliances that require odd number of batteries.
- Its charging current is too low (spec says 200mA, actual measured current even lower), which results in very long charge time. So it really should be called an 'Overnight' charger instead.
- It does not charge batteries to 100% full, since it terminates charging as soon as the combined voltage of 2 cells reached 2.8V. A real 'Smart' charger typically uses the "Negative Delta-Voltage" (-dV/dt) termination method for NiMH/NiCd cells.
I tested this charger by recharging two eneloop AA low-self-discharge batteries. The LED indicator light changed from Green to Red when charging first started. After about 8-9 hours, the color turned Orange (both Red and Green LEDs are on internally). Finally after more than 10 hours, the light turned solid Green to signal that charging is 'Done'.
I then measured the charge capacity of those eneloop cell, using the DISCHARGE function of my BT-C2000 Battery Charger Tester Analyzer. The average capacity reported was only 1525mAh. The same pair of batteries, when charged using BT-C2000 or any other Smart charger, showed an average of 1944mAh. That means the EBL charger only charged those eneloop cells to 78% capacity.
Just to confirm the problem is not with the batteries, I repeated the same test using a pair of Kodak Pre-charged AA batteries. This time I got an average capacity of 1384mAh when charged using EBL 808A, verses 1692mAh when charged using BT-C2000. So those batteries were only charged to 82% capacity.
If you need an inexpensive charger that takes overnight to charge your batteries to just 80% capacity, then this product is worth considering. My recommendation is to pay a few extra dollars and get the Panasonic BQ-CC17 Smart Charger instead. The BQ-CC17 is faster (300mA vs. 200mA), can handle individual cells, and has no problems charging all my batteries to 100% full.
- Amazon product description says: "2.8V DC output shorten the time of charging (most similar chargers are 2.4v)" This statement does not make sense at all! Charge time is determined by the charging current, not charging voltage. The combined cut-off voltage or 2.8V (1.4V per cell) is actually too low. Most Smart chargers that use negative delta voltage detection will have the cut-off set at 1.48V or higher per cells.
- The description page further states (under Charging Time Table): "2 to 8pcs AA 1300-2800mAh: 1.5 - 6 hours (200mA output)". Again, this does not make any sense. To recharge a 2800mAh battery at 200mA will take at least 14 hours (2800mAh/200mA = 14h). The statement was probably cut-and-pasted from another charger with higher current.
- Spec sheet with the charger says "Output 2.8V 200mA". Actual measured charging current is around 200mA when the cells are empty. But it drops as soon as the combined battery voltage goes up. I estimate the average charging current to be just around 160mA.
- To fully recharge a pair of 2000mAh AA cells at 160mA should take at least 13 hours (2000mAh/160ma = 12.5h). The fact that it took 'only' 10 hours in my test was because the batteries were only charged up to ~1500mAh.
I appreciated the price compared to the other chargers mostly. Secondly, the large capacity bay (compared to say the 4 bay chargers) is convenient to have.
It doesn't have a lot of bells and whistles as the more costly chargers (ie: panasonic). Also, needs to be charged in pairs- which is a bit more of a pain than I thought it would be. Though it wasn't enough of a pain to buy a more costly 8bay "smart charger" or have to deal with two 4 bay chargers.
In all, I would buy this charger again. If I had to buy it again, I would buy it with the 8pack of ebl batteries set (also listed on Amazon). My initial purchase was this charger and AAA eneloop batteries (which work well together and have not had any problems charging/fitting/etc).
I just wish this one had the green lights flashing when it's charging and solid when it's full... or some sort of indicator for when it's done charging.
The charger itself is great. A bright green light telling you when the batteries are charged fully and a bright red light telling you when they need juice. You can easily load the batteries in and just as easily take them out. It's quite lightweight so easy to travel with if you know you're going through something that is going to eat batteries (a camera flash, etc). We're pretty stoked about this purchase and our wallets are even happier.
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This thing cannot charge batteries for 1 whole day !!!