NITECORE i2 (New 2014 version) Intellicharge universal smart battery Charger For Li-ion / IMR / Ni-MH/ Ni-Cd 26650 22650 18650 18490 18350 17670 17500 17335 16340 RCR123 14500 10440 AA AAA AAAA C types, with 2 X EdisonBright AA to D type battery spacer/converters (2 Bay version of i4)



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The Intellicharge i2 (2014 version) is a universal, automatic smart-charger compatible with almost all types of rechargeable batteries thus eliminating the need to own several chargers. The i2 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 i2’s two microcomputer-controlled charging slots is capable of monitoring and charging batteries independently. Additionally, yellow and blue power/charging status indicator lights could visibly indicate battery status and charging process. i2: The all-new highly advanced smart charger. It’s as simple as insert, detect, and charge.

Features
·Capable of charging 2 batteries simultaneously
·Each of the two battery slots monitors and charges independently
·Compatible with and identifies Li-ion (26650, 22650, 18650, 17670, 18490, 17500, 18350, 16340(RCR123), 14500, 10440), Ni-MH and Ni-Cd (AA, AAA, AAAA, C) rechargeable batteries
·Optimized charging design for IMR batteries
·Features three charging modes (CC, CV and Trickle Charge)
·Automatically detects battery status and selects the appropriate voltage and charge mode
·3 Color LED displays charging progress for each battery
·Automatically stops charging when complete
·Features over-charge prevention to protect batteries
·Made from durable ABS (fire retardant / flame resistant)
·Features reverse polarity protection
·Designed for optimal heat dissipation
·Certified by RoHS, CE, FCC, CEC and KC

2X EdisonBright AA to D battery converter spacers included. These allow use of rechargeable AA batteries in D battery equipment.

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