Powerex MH-C800S Charger

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SKU: MH-C800S

Powerex MH-C800S Charger

The Powerex MH-C800S 8-Cell Smart Charger for AA / AAA NiMH / NiCD Batteries charges up to 8 AA or AAA nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) or nickel-cadmium (NiCD) batteries in approximately 1-2 hrs. Charge your batteries anywhere around the world via the included 100-240V, 50/60Hz universal AC adapter. This power supply features a rugged DIN connector to ensure reliable contact.

Features:

INDEPENDENT CHARGING CHANNELS
This charger has 8 independent charging circuits capable of charging 1-8 AA/AAA batteries in any combination. The charger has a large LCD screen that shows the charging status of each battery.

 

BATTERY CONDITIONING REJUVENATION
This charger has a special conditioning mode that charges, deep-discharges, and then recharges your batteries automatically in order to offer maximum rejuvenation.

 

SELECTABLE CHARGING MODES
Rapid charge is the default charging mode and will fully charge your batteries at a fast rate of about 1-2 hours. Soft charge increases the life of your batteries and will charge your batteries at a lower rate of about 3-4 hours.

Other Details:

Warranty: 3 Year Limited Warranty

Download: MH-C800S Manual

Specifications:

Supported Batteries AA / AAA
Number of Cells  1 to 8
 Supported Battery Chemistry  NiMH / NiCD
Charge Time  1-2 Hrs (AA in Rapid Charge)*
Charge Rate (Default)  1000 mAh
Charge Rate (Soft)  500 mAh
Battery Conditioner  Yes
Display Type  LCD
Power Supply  110-240V
Car Adapter  No
 
* Disclaimer: Charging time will vary depending on the size and capacity of the battery.

Powerex MH-C800S Charger

The Powerex MH-C800S 8-Cell Smart Charger for AA / AAA NiMH / NiCD Batteries charges up to 8 AA or AAA nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) or nickel-cadmium (NiCD) batteries in approximately 1-2 hrs. Charge your batteries anywhere around the world via the included 100-240V, 50/60Hz universal AC adapter. This power supply features a rugged DIN connector to ensure reliable contact.

Features:

INDEPENDENT CHARGING CHANNELS
This charger has 8 independent charging circuits capable of charging 1-8 AA/AAA batteries in any combination. The charger has a large LCD screen that shows the charging status of each battery.

 

BATTERY CONDITIONING REJUVENATION
This charger has a special conditioning mode that charges, deep-discharges, and then recharges your batteries automatically in order to offer maximum rejuvenation.

 

SELECTABLE CHARGING MODES
Rapid charge is the default charging mode and will fully charge your batteries at a fast rate of about 1-2 hours. Soft charge increases the life of your batteries and will charge your batteries at a lower rate of about 3-4 hours.

Other Details:

Warranty: 3 Year Limited Warranty

Download: MH-C800S Manual

Specifications:

Supported Batteries AA / AAA
Number of Cells  1 to 8
 Supported Battery Chemistry  NiMH / NiCD
Charge Time  1-2 Hrs (AA in Rapid Charge)*
Charge Rate (Default)  1000 mAh
Charge Rate (Soft)  500 mAh
Battery Conditioner  Yes
Display Type  LCD
Power Supply  110-240V
Car Adapter  No
 
* Disclaimer: Charging time will vary depending on the size and capacity of the battery.
3 Year Limited Warranty

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  • 4
    An authentic 'SMART CHARGER' that doesn't bake your eneloops to death

    Posted by Customer232323 on 8th Jan 2019

    Wow, this is a real 'smart' battery charger! I've had other 'smart chargers' but they were boiling my batteries doing a trickle charge even a week later. The smart charger I had was 16 bay and had a nice LED blue backlit, but it just died after 7 months use. After doing a bit of research, I discovered they are all the same cheap charger rebranded under different names and if you read the 1 star reviews you'll see they really actually suck for the reasons I mentioned.

    I read some blogs on 'best battery charger for eneloop batteries' and this came as one of their more highly rated chargers. Yes, I get it now. Not only is the charge insanely fast, even on the soft-charge setting (it only takes 2 hours to charge a battery opposed to overnight with my chinese 'smart charger'), but it also STOPS charging batteries when it's done. I can put my hand on the batteries and they are room temp, rather than always warm or hot on sunny days.

    I purchased the $45 dollar model and it was only a bit cheaper than the 16 bay model I used to have. I do wish maha or powerex had 16 bay model.. why not??

    Originally posted on Amazon.com February 21, 2018

  • 5
    Absolutely One of The Best Chargers, Especially At This Price Point

    Posted by Michael S on 3rd Jan 2019

    Purchased my second Powerex battery charger. With many more items now in the house and office that use batteries, I would rather recharge batteries as much as possible instead of purchasing tons of batteries only to either throw them away or find a recycle center. This unit by Maha is one of the best! I have been using their name brand (Powerex AA) batteries in my professional flash units as well as carrying them as back up if all three of my Nikon camera batteries are depleted. I like that this unit has multiple options of quick charging, regular charging and/or conditioning (this takes about a day but definitely improves the longevity of the batteries!). I usually 'soft' charge the AA & AAA batteries when they are low and then every 10-15 charge cycles, I put them on conditioning, which charges and discharges the batteries several times over the course of a day, to prevent the cells inside from developing a 'memory'. I only find this necessary on batteries that are used in continual drain items, like flameless candles or items that use the battery charge rather quickly. My pro flash unit batteries I only condition every so many months as they are used for bursts of power but not continuous down to dead. I ended up buying another unit due to the volume of batteries that I have in the house and noticed that the price has actually come down in the last 5 years, which is a perk! Hope that this has helped you decide about this Powerex charger, if you have any questions, I'm always too happy to help, just ask!

    Originally posted on Amazon.com December 19, 2016