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    err, no car adaptor.

    can charge individual battery, charge time approx 180min (for 1600 mAH batteries) for 1-4 batteries. Can also use as AC adaptor (3.3V/6V).

    Power requirement is 100-240V AC.

    Not sure if it is intelligent. There is a LED that would blink if charge complete. Can anyone help with this?

  2. #22

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    check the specs of ur charger and see whether did they state any -v delta voltage or something like that

  3. #23

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    Those of you who bought at $50, were you given 1600 or 1700 batteries?

    Last time was $45 with 4x1700 batteries.

  4. #24

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    Originally posted by Spidey
    There is a LED that would blink if charge complete.
    It won't auto-off? Is it OK to leave it charging overnight?

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    The blinking is likely to indicates its on trickle charge mode... If the charger is good, you can leave batts on trickle charge for a year without major damage...

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    now i'm confused..... how many types of Casio charger are there in AP?

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    Originally posted by MaGixShOe
    now i'm confused..... how many types of Casio charger are there in AP?
    The charger is the same model, Casio BC-3HA with universal power voltage. Just that the batteries given may be different.

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    Originally posted by ultrazoom


    The charger is the same model, Casio BC-3HA with universal power voltage. Just that the batteries given may be different.
    icic
    so how much on the average did u guys pay for?
    still got stock?
    if got i chiong down liao!!

    tat time the uncle like wanna chop mi like that
    at 1st say the other cheaper one no stock
    then reccomend mi the one $80
    then i see see awhile say i not so rich
    then he say i student gimme $60 lor........ then he say got this "adaptor" can draw power straight to my DC then i say ... can meh?? then he took my cam and test... canot go in the hole....

  9. #29
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    Rayovax allows optional charging from the car.

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    - According to the Casio booklet, if batteries are left in for too long, will discharge by itself. However, there is also a warning that charging for >48 hrs will cause fluid leak/explosion ??

    Hence not sure which is which.

    - No delta voltage specified in the specs.

    - Package came with four 1600 mAH batteries.

    Question : Anyone know where to get cheap NiMH batteries ( like Sanyo or Casio ) besides SLS?

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    Originally posted by Spidey
    - According to the Casio booklet, if batteries are left in for too long, will discharge by itself. However, there is also a warning that charging for >48 hrs will cause fluid leak/explosion ??

    Hence not sure which is which.

    - No delta voltage specified in the specs.

    - Package came with four 1600 mAH batteries.

    Question : Anyone know where to get cheap NiMH batteries ( like Sanyo or Casio ) besides SLS?
    no -ve delta detection??


    means timed based charger lao

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    The GP PowerBank Rapid look good leh!
    The package say got double safety controls (-dV cut off & Safety Timer). Also got trickle Charging mode. Cost at about $50 with 4 1600mAh batteries.
    Just wonder why u guys prefers the casio changer so much? Is it very good?
    I got a changer branded "super" bought more then 5 years liao and still working (not almost perfectly , one of the slot no contact can't charge liao). When I put to fast charge mode can even bring some dead rechargeable batteries back to live! Not that heavy but still got 110v and 230v input selections. Only problem is no indication if the batteries is already fully charged.

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    Originally posted by Trevor_Tan
    The GP PowerBank Rapid look good leh!
    The package say got double safety controls (-dV cut off & Safety Timer). Also got trickle Charging mode. Cost at about $50 with 4 1600mAh batteries.
    Just wonder why u guys prefers the casio changer so much? Is it very good?
    I got a changer branded "super" bought more then 5 years liao and still working (not almost perfectly , one of the slot no contact can't charge liao). When I put to fast charge mode can even bring some dead rechargeable batteries back to live! Not that heavy but still got 110v and 230v input selections. Only problem is no indication if the batteries is already fully charged.
    the Rapid is good
    but the only thing that it dun have is the 110v selection which i need...

    anyway i saw it selling at $39 with the 4 batt nia

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    Originally posted by MaGixShOe
    the Rapid is good
    but the only thing that it dun have is the 110v selection which i need...

    anyway i saw it selling at $39 with the 4 batt nia
    I saw one rapid in carefour, is it the one that weight like tons? I ask my girlfriend just to hold it for a while and the weight almost broke her wrist.... She never expected it to be so heavy! But I also never warn her also.

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    MUSTAAAAAAAFAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!

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    Originally posted by Spidey
    - No delta voltage specified in the specs.
    Though not specified, it seems to be a smart charger. Read next.

    Package came with four 1600 mAH batteries.
    Previously someone mentioned package comes with 4 x 1700mAh. Anyway, are the given batteries already precharged? My newly bought Sanyo 1700 took about 3hrs15mins to fully charge with it. When I tried to charge the given Casio 1600 batteries, in less than 10mins, the LED was already blinking to indicate fully charged.

    Question : Anyone know where to get cheap NiMH batteries ( like Sanyo or Casio ) besides SLS?
    Sanyo, so far AP is the cheapest I can find, if you bargain, you can get them cheaper than Mustafa.

  17. #37

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    Originally posted by Trevor_Tan
    I saw one rapid in carefour, is it the one that weight like tons?
    The one you are referring to is Smart, not Rapid. Rapid is quite light.

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    Originally posted by ultrazoom


    The charger is the same model, Casio BC-3HA with universal power voltage. Just that the batteries given may be different.
    I tried to buy the charger at AP just now. It comes with 4 1600mAH batteries. Quoted me $70. I mentioned that a lot of people have bought the charger at $50 and they gave me this "impossible" look. Think the staff at AP should should TCS. Anyway, I left without getting the charger.

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    Originally posted by copland
    Think the staff at AP should should TCS. Anyway, I left without getting the charger.
    The one I approached was good IMHO. Didn't ask for his name, but I sure can remember him.

    He gave me a good price right from the start and I grabbed the charger immediately. I bought some more Sanyo batteries at a good price too.

    Maybe the one you approached spoilt the market and their reputation.

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    Originally posted by ultrazoom


    The one I approached was good IMHO. Didn't ask for his name, but I sure can remember him.

    He gave me a good price right from the start and I grabbed the charger immediately. I bought some more Sanyo batteries at a good price too.

    Maybe the one you approached spoilt the market and their reputation.
    There is this guy I usually buy from, short fella and also dunno his name. Definitely not Steven or Peter. Unfortunately, he wasn't around just now. Will try buying thru him the next time.

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