The Intellicharger i4 is a universal, automatic smart-charger compatible with almost all types of rechargeable batteries. The i4 is able to automatically identify Li-ion, Ni-MH and Ni-Cd rechargeable batteries and apply an appropriate charging mode (Constant Charge Current (CC), Constant Charge Voltage (CV) and Trickle Charge). Each of the i4's four micro processor controlled charging slots is capable of monitoring and charging batteries independently. Additionally, yellow and blue power/charging status indicator lights can visibly indicate battery status and charging process. The Intellicharger i4 is the all-new highly advanced smart charger. It's as simple as insert, detect, and charge.
Disclaimer: Please use extreme caution when working with Li-Ion (Lithium-Ion), LiPo (Lithium-Ion Polymer) and any other rechargeable batteries. The user should have fundamental knowledge of batteries and battery safety before using these types of batteries to avoid injury. Always charge in/on a fire-proof surface. Never leave charging batteries unattended. Do not use any rechargeable battery as well as any battery charger if any visible damage is present, as well as if the cell or charger has been stressed through mishandling or accidental causes even if damage may not be visible. Always store and transport rechargeable cells in a safe, non-conductive container in a controlled environment. Dispose of all battery cells and chargers in accordance to local laws and mandates. We will not be held responsible for any damage or injury caused by misuse or mishandling of Li-Ion, LiPo and any other rechargeable batteries.
- Discharges with 0.8mA when not connected to power
- Charges with 0.2mA when LiIon battery is full.
- Will not restart if battery voltage drops.
- With a empty battery the charger will flash the 3 yellow leds and pulse the current.
- At 0.8 volt the charger will assume NiMH and start charging.
- The charger will assume NiMH below 2 volt and LiIon above 2 volt.
- Charge will restart charging after power loss or battery insertion.
- C batteries are best charged in center slots, in the outer slots the plus pole slides off the plus terminal. This limits the charging to one C cell at a time.
- The charger has two charge circuit, one is serving slot #1 and #3, the other is serving slot #2 and #4.
- When a charge circuit has batteries in both slots, in will use 2 second on each in a 4 second cycle.