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charging PANA CGR18650CH with Tenergy T-9688 Universal 4 Bay NiMh/NiCd Smart Charger

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  1. solo7777

    solo7777 Full Member

    Nov 1, 2008

    I just got the vamo v2 with PANA CGR18650CH battries. i have a Tenergy battery charger (Tenergy T-9688 Universal 4 Bay NiMh/NiCd Smart Charger w/USB Output) and was wondering if it will charge the PANA 18650 batteries?

    I have charged 9V square batteries on it, and I am assuming a 4.2V charge should be no issue. Please let me know if anyone of you have used this charger, thanks.

    Here are the specs of the charger.

    • Model: T-9688
    • Cell Size Compatible: AA/AAA/C/D/9V
    • Number of Cells:
      • 1-2 pieces of 9V
      • 1-4 pieces of AA/AAA/C/D
    • Indicators: LCD
    • Charging Indicator:
      • Rapid Charge
      • Full Charge
      • Discharge
      • Bad Cell
    • Charging Current:
      • AA/C/D: 1300mA
      • AAA: 500mA
      • 9V: 30mA
      • USB Output: 500mA
    • Compatible Chemistry: NiMH/NiCd

    • Safety Features:
      • Timer
      • Negative Delta V Cut-off (-ΔV)
      • Reverse polarity

    • [TABLE]
  2. Vapoor eyes er

    Vapoor eyes er ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    Sep 13, 2011
    Toronto, Ont.
    Not safe practice...
    Li-ion chargers monitor the charging rate and cut the power if a problem is detected. Every make of Li-ion battery is different, so chargers offer variable voltages, currents and charging times, and failing to use the correct settings can be catastrophic. NiMH chargers lack the safety features needed for Li-ion batteries. For these reasons, charge Li-ion batteries only in Li-ion chargers. Using another charger may result in overheated batteries, chemical fires and explosions.
  3. solo7777

    solo7777 Full Member

    Nov 1, 2008
    thanks I think I will go get a Li charger.
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