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

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MaximalPower™ FC999 Battery Charger

How It Works:

Chemical reactions within the battery cause electrons to be stripped away from the carbon electrode. Electrons will try to flow from a battery’s negative terminal to its positive one if allowed. As a battery is used this cell gets “disorganized” as Electrons get jumbled trying to make their way to the positive terminal, the Renu-It Pro “reorganizes” the internal structure of the battery cell allowing it to be reused up to 70 times!


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The FC999 has an easy to use, sliding spring-loaded negative pole, which makes inserting any type battery a breeze.
The FC999 can charge up to 4 batteries at a time.
With LCD and the 8-bit microprocessor, the FC999 employs advanced RISC architecture with integrated converters and multi-channel high-speed input/output ports to control the whole charge in real time.
Individual timers aid in overcharge protection, giving a complete intelligently controlled charging cycle.
The FC999 has both LED and LCD display so the status of each battery's charge cycle can be easily seen.
Recharges batteries in SINGLE or Group as the FC999 microprocessor monitors each charging bay individually
Quantity: 1
Type of Batteries Supported:

Alkaline (previously non-rechargeable)
RAM (Rechargeable Alkaline Manganese)
Ni-CD (Nickel Cadmium)
Ni-MH (Nickel Metal Hydride)
Size of Batteries Supported:

Charges 1-4: AAA, AA, C, & D Batteries
Charges 1: 9V Battery
NOTE:  When charging Alkaline, first, discard those that are already pasted the shelf life date and please don't wait until the battery is completely empty of energy then charge it, as this will not reach its maximum level.  Instead, charge the battery when is 35% - 50% of energy left, this way, it will reach 100% when charged.  The battery needs chemicals remaining within the battery for the charger to work with, if it's empty, there is nothing left for the charger to work with, this is the characteristic of the Non-rechargeable Alkaline battery and it's made very different from a rechargeable battery like the Li-ion.