Reviews on Maha Charger


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Barrios

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I would appreciate that all those who have just acquired the Maha C-204F charger kits from me give me a review on this product.

If this product is good and if there is a demand for it, I might just wanna place another order.

Thank you all! ;)
 

howie

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the power adpator is too heavy. and the car charger kit is not easy to get here.
 

chenwei

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so far the charging time always 3 hrs for my flat batteries... never shorter... ;p (in fact i assume 1 hr+ b4, but it's ok la...)
 

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Originally posted by chenwei
so far the charging time always 3 hrs for my flat batteries... never shorter... ;p (in fact i assume 1 hr+ b4, but it's ok la...)
Not surprising actually, since Maha did call their C204F a 3-Hour Smart Charger. :rolleyes:

Incidentally, they have also launched their new C401F, which features a faster charging time of 100 minutes, and independent charging circuitry. But this time round, the discharging function have been removed.

Both the 3-Hour and 100 minutes rating seems to be rated for 1600mAh batteries, so higher capacity batteries should take somewhat longer.
 

kawan

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just my personal experiance :

I have both MAHA & Minwa charger
I'm using DIMAGE 7i as my test partner

after charging a set of 4 Sanyo 1600mAh in Minwa,
I always get low batt signal after ~ 20 shots (although I still can shoot > 60 out of it after this signal)

but with MAHA, the same set off batt will last me strait to >70 before the Low Batt Signal come out..

is this indicating anything?

yes, MAHA charge my batt to higher capacity (if not full) as compare to Minwa...
 

kawan

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Originally posted by baiyun
not bad..but the batteries very hot when i take out of the charger..

I notice it's much hot to charge a 1850mAh as compare to 1600mAh..
anyone notice this?
why huh?
 

kawan

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Originally posted by Nerd
I think it's possibly because the 1850mah batts have higher internal resistance?:dunno:
or it's just simple being "cook" longer in the charger?? :dunno:
 

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