Nitecore Intellicharger New I4 4 Bay Li-ion Battery Charger
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New version of the I4 released 2016
This is our favorite 4 bay budget li-ion charger. No fancy screens or bells and whistles but it gets the job done at a great price. It also is compatible with near every type of rechargeable battery. It is automatically able to identify li-ion, Ni-Mh, and Ni-Cd and apply the appropriate charging mode. Charging indicator LEDs show you when charging is finished.
All versions come with the AC wall cord, but the version with car adapter also includes a car adapter that can be used with a 12V cigarette lighter so you have charging options.
NO BATTERIES INCLUDEDSpecifications
Input: AC 100-240V 50/60Hz 0.25A(MAX) or DC 12V 1A
Output voltage: 4.35V ±1% / 4.2V ±1% / 3.7V ±1% / 1.48V ±1%
Output current: 375mA × 4 / 500mA or 750mA × 2 / 1.5A x 1
Dimensions: 138mm × 95mm × 36mm
Weight: 202g (without batteries and power cord)
Li-ion / IMR / LifePO4: 10340, 10350, 10440, 10500, 12340, 12500, 12650, 13450, 13500, 13650, 14350, 14430, 14500, 14650, 16500, 16340(RCR123), 16650, 17350, 17500, 17650, 17670, 18350, 18490, 18500,18650,18700, 20700, 21700, 22500, 22650, 25500, 26500, 26650
Ni-MH / Ni-Cd: AA, AAA, AAAA, C, D
- Reviews (9)
- Questions (2)
Works as advertised so far.
Super fast charging.Excellent
It's so easy to use and has a great display so you can see just how far the batteries are charged! I definitely recommend it!
Great charger, even better company to buy from!
Not only is this the best charger you can get for your lithium-ion batteries, but you won't find a better price on it than at Liion Wholesale! They really go the extra mile to make sure you are happy with your purchase. The packaging was exceptional, the box was in showroom shape, and the charger works wonderfully to recharge your batteries so you can keep on vaping! The included car charger is just icing on the cake for those times you are on a long road trip and want to make sure you have a set (or two) of your batteries charged and ready to go. Not only did Liion Wholesale make for a completely satisfied buying experience, but I though I would have some fun with them and put in the special request section of the order form to include a picture of a dragon in space blowing a bubble. I had forgotten all about that until I opened the package and there it was! They actually took the time and effort to fulfill my silly request! Now that is service that will make sure I will order from them again the next time the need arises! Thanks guys!
Underperforms, not worth it. Get an Opus instead if you want you batteries fully charged to the voltages you set the charger to.
Underperforms, not worth it. Takes forever. Get an Opus or Luc instead if you want you batteries fully charged in a reasonable amount of time to the voltages you set the charger to. If you can wait all night for your batteries to get less than fully charged, then this might be ok, but its not OK for my needs at all. I need fully charged batteries that charge in less time than there are hours of daylight in a day. Nitecore fails miserably with four batteries charging. Why buy a four bay charger if its only usable for one or two batteries at a time? This Nitecore puts out less than the claimed charging power. It fails to charge up to the voltage you set it to, nor does it charge all batteries at the same time to the same current. Four 18650 or 26650 take fricken forever, not what 1.5A should take. When set to 4.20volts, you're lucky to get the battery up to 4.15V The one feature I bought this for was to charge to 4.35V. Forget it. You have to manually toggle the C and V buttons to set 4.35V for each battery each time separately. When set for 4.35V, this example of cheap Asian corner cutting barely gets up to 4.25V, and only sometimes in some of the bays which I still haven't been able to figure out. The first bay never gives more than 4.20 no matter what I settings I make. Nitecore seems to use the battery itself as a current limiter, instead of a true current and load sensing circuit that will charge the battery to its full available capacity. My other chargers are several Opus and Luc6. Those examples of the high quality products that can come out of reputable Chinese makers, charge to the full specified voltages, at an honest 2A or 1 A or 2/3A charging current depending on the settings. The Opus charges to an honest 4.35V when you flip the switch on the circuit board for 4.35V charging.
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