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    Default Sanyo Quick Charger 2100


    Sanyo Quick Charger 2100
    World Auto-Voltage AC100V - 240V
    Model Number - NC-MQR02

    New individual charging control
    Monitors the voltage of batteries with different capacities to make sure each battery is charged properly.

    New peak cut control
    Protects batteries against over-charging once the battery has reached full charge.

    Timer control
    A pre-set timer acts to prevent over-charging

    Temperarture control
    Sensors monitor battery temperature to protect battery from temperature rise during charging

    Non-rechargeable battery protector
    Stops charging if a non-rechargeable battery is accidentally inserted.

    Charging Times
    For Ni-Cd Batteries
    AA (1100mAh) - 50 mins* for 1-2 batteries; 110 min for 3-4 batteries
    AA (700mAh) - 35 mins* for 1-2 batteries; 80 min for 3-4 batteries
    AAA (270mAh) - 50 mins for 1-2 batteries

    For Ni-MH Batteries
    AA (2100mAh) - 105 mins* for 1-2 batteries; 230 min for 3-4 batteries
    AA (1850mAh) - 95 mins* for 1-2 batteries; 215 min for 3-4 batteries
    AAA (750mAh) - 145 mins* for 1-2 batteries

    *Charging time place at the double speed charging port

    Product Available at Alan Photos.

    ClubSNAP Members should be able to get at $35+-
    Charger include 2 Free Sanyo 2100 Batteries

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    sounds like a great deal
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    Originally posted by mpenza
    sounds like a great deal
    then...
    BUY BUY BUY

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    Would love to get it, but my current charger is still working fine.
    Is this a time limited offer?
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    Originally posted by Bluestrike

    then...
    BUY BUY BUY
    would've if I didn't have the 2 intelligent chargers back home.
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    pardon my ignorance, just wanna ask the following

    - so this sanyo charger is an intelligent charger?
    - to get it at the abovementioned price we just tell them we're from CS?

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    Originally posted by avatarzero
    [B]pardon my ignorance, just wanna ask the following

    - so this sanyo charger is an intelligent charger?
    Yes, it is.

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    Originally posted by Wai
    is it this one? but the model no. is different.....



    Click here for large pic

    http://www.sanyo.co.jp/koho/images/020823-01c-b.jpg

    spec and details
    http://www.digit.no/Nyheter/Teknolog...o_2100nimh.htm
    no no no.....
    it not that one!!!

    this one!!!!!
    NC-MQR02

    go here and search for it.

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    Originally posted by Bluestrike

    no no no.....
    it not that one!!!

    this one!!!!!
    NC-MQR02

    go here and search for it.
    Thanks for the correction
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    Default Re: Sanyo Quick Charger 2100

    Originally posted by Simon

    For Ni-MH Batteries
    AA (2100mAh) - 105 mins* for 1-2 batteries; 230 min for 3-4 batteries
    AA (1850mAh) - 95 mins* for 1-2 batteries; 215 min for 3-4 batteries
    AAA (750mAh) - 145 mins* for 1-2 batteries

    *Charging time place at the double speed charging port

    Product Available at Alan Photos.

    ClubSNAP Members should be able to get at $35+-
    Charger include 2 Free Sanyo 2100 Batteries
    Isn't the w3cube 100 min charger more worth it @ $32?

    Charging time for 2100 mAh is only 160 mins for 4 batteries.

    http://www.w3cube.com/index.php?heading=2&content=15

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    Is anyone doing an MO for this just like the 2100 Sanyo Batts?
    I would be interested in getting it if it is MOed.

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    i'll be bringing the Sanyo charger to the MO collection tonight.... anyone who wants a look can ask for me pls...

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    I'm still looking for this model from sanyo though -> Super quick charger

    Anyone knows where to get this? Or is this the same one described above?

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    Originally posted by imaginary_number


    Isn't the w3cube 100 min charger more worth it @ $32?

    Charging time for 2100 mAh is only 160 mins for 4 batteries.

    http://www.w3cube.com/index.php?heading=2&content=15
    hehee...
    that for the charger only....
    the one here at least got 2 2100mah batT!

    hhehehheee

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    Can this charger "top up" half-charged batteries?

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    Originally posted by imaginary_number
    Can this charger "top up" half-charged batteries?
    Any intelligent charger is able to do so.

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    Originally posted by revenant


    Any intelligent charger is able to do so.
    Thanks for clearing my doubts.

    Btw, will there be any "memory effect" if I don't discharge first before charging?

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    Originally posted by imaginary_number

    Btw, will there be any "memory effect" if I don't discharge first before charging?
    The best is to do a discharge and recharge, say about 15-20 times of charging.

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    Originally posted by revenant


    The best is to do a discharge and recharge, say about 15-20 times of charging.
    Hmm... ok. 'coz I was considering between the maha 401 and this charger. According to EastGear, the maha doesn't even need to discharge first.

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