WizardOne MH-C9000 Battery Charger And Analyzer

Posted: Nov 7 2006, 11:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:18am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

WizardOne MH-C9000 Battery Charger and Analyzer
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Maha Energy, the maker of Powerex batteries and chargers announces a new gadget for the battery enthusiast.

The MH-C9000 WizardOne Battery Charger & Analyzer is capable of charging, conditioning, analyzing, cycling, forming and discharging one to four AA or AAA batteries.
A LCD display shows all parameters of the batteries in the charger.

This battery charger can break-in your batteries. What this means is you input the capacity of the battery and the MH-C9000 performs a “forming” charge designed to properly break-in new batteries. Also interesting is the “Cycle” mode, which allows you to charge and discharge batteries consecutively while storing the capacity for up to 15 cycles.

MH-C9000 will ship in December 2006 with a MSRP of $69.95. The standard package will include a worldwide travel power supply. A 12V car adapter is available as an option. Buy Maha Powerex batteries and chargers. See also the Maha Energy site.

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