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General Specifications
   Multi-Bank Charger?       Multi-bank battery chargers can charge more than one battery at the same time. 
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   Charger Type / Applications       
   Your choices are...         
   General Purpose       General-purpose battery chargers are designed for general purpose rechargeable batteries, such as: AA, C, or D. 
   Automotive / Electrical Vehicle       Battery chargers used to charge car batteries and or electrical vehicle batteries. 
   Aircraft / Avionics       Battery chargers used to charge aircrafts batteries. 
   Computer / Mobile Devices       Battery chargers used to charge computer and mobile devices batteries, such as laptops, PDAs, handheld computers, cellular phones, and other similar devices. 
   Electrical Utility Industry       Battery chargers used in the power utilities industry. 
   Emergency / Security       Battery chargers used to charge emergency or security batteries. 
   Engine Start       Battery chargers used for general engine starters batteries. 
   Fire Pump       Battery chargers used to charge fire pumps. 
   Gel Cell Charger       Battery chargers used to charge gel cell batteries. 
   Industrial / Plant Automation and Control       Battery chargers used in industrial, automation and control systems. 
   Boat and Marine       Battery chargers used to charge maritime vehicle. Typically these types of chargers are waterproof, moisture and humidity resistant. 
   Medical       Battery chargers used in medical applications. 
   Monitoring       Battery chargers used to charge batteries for monitoring and security systems 
   Telecom       Battery chargers used in the general telecommunication industry. 
   Other       Other, unlisted or proprietary chargers. 
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Performance Specifications
   Charger Power Source:       
   Your choices are...         
   AC       Supplied by an AC input power source. 
   DC       Supplied by a DC power source. 
   Solar Charger       Battery charger that uses solar power to charge batteries. 
   Other       Other unlisted power source type. 
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   Input Voltage:       The input voltage for large battery chargers such as those charging large banks of station batteries. 
   Search Logic:      User may specify either, both, or neither of the "At Least" and "No More Than" values. Products returned as matches will meet all specified criteria.
   Charging Current:       The output current. 
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   Output Voltage:       The DC output voltage per cell, Vpc, (float voltage) for flood cells or lead acid type batteries. 
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   Operating Temperature:       This is the full required range of ambient operating temperature. 
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   Charge Time       Time it takes for a full load. 
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Batteries / Cells Charged
   Battery / Chemistry Type       
   Your choices are...         
   AGM       Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) batteries have a special glass mat to contain the electrolyte between the battery plates. 
   Gel Cell       These are sealed lead-acid (SLA) batteries with a gelified electrolyte. These batteries do not produce electrolyte evaporation or spillage, common to wet-cell batteries. This, in turn, makes them more resistant to vibrations, shocks and high temperatures. 
   Iron Electrode       Today, the nickel-iron battery (NiFe) is the most important commercial rechargeable system using iron electrodes.  They are physically almost indestructible.  They have a long life, and can withstand electrical abuse (overcharge, overdischarge, short-circuiting, etc.).  They are higher cost than lead acid batteries and have a low cell voltage, low power density, and lower energy density than competitive systems.  Iron-silver batteries have been used in special electronics applications.  The iron-silver oxide batteries have a high energy density and a high cycle life, but they are expensive.  Iron / air batteries may be used as motive power systems.  They have good energy density and low self-discharge, but they have a low efficiency and poor low temperature performance. 
   Lead Acid       Lead acid batteries are rechargeable batteries that represent about 60% of all batteries sold worldwide.  All lead batteries work on the same set of reactions and use the same active materials. At the positive electrode, lead dioxide (PbO2) is converted to lead sulfate (PbSO4) and at the negative electrode, sponge metallic lead (Pb) is also converted to lead sulfate (PbSO4). The electrolyte is a dilute mixture of sulfuric acid that provides the sulfate ion for the discharge reactions.  Lead acid batteries are separated in two ways: application and construction.  The major applications are starting (automotive), deep-cycle, and dual purpose (marine).  The major construction types are flooded (wet), gel cell, and Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM). 
   Lithium  / Lithium Ion       Lithium batteries are a unique style of batteries.  Unlike most battery styles, they are available in both primary and secondary styles (nonrechargeable and rechargeable) with a few varieties that cross between.  Lithium batteries are backup power sources for electronic equipment that can be divided into two large groups: those providing full backup power to run a piece of equipment during a power outage; and memory backup, which does not provide active power to run a price of equipment.  Instead it serves as a long-term power source so that memory components can retain necessary information. Lithium batteries consist of a lithium anode, which is an organic electrolyte that conducts the current, and a cathode. Lithium cobalt oxide, a material from which lithium can be easily removed, is the most common cathode compound. When the battery is charged, lithium ions are driven from the cathode into the anode; when the charge is removed, the lithium flows back to the cathode. Common types of secondary lithium batteries include: lithium / iron sulfide (LiFeSx), lithium / manganese titanium (LiMnTi), lithium / polymer, lithium-ion (including lithium / cobalt oxide <LiCoO2>, lithium / nickel oxide <LiNiO2>, and lithium / manganese oxide <LiMn2O4>), lithium-vanadium pentoxide (Li/V2O5), lithium / manganese dioxide (Li/MnO2), and lithium / titanium disulfide (Li/TiS2). 
   Metal / Air       Metal / air batteries have been the recipient of much interest, because of their high energy density, long shelf life, low cost, and environmental soundness. 
   Nickel-Cadmium       Nickel-cadmium batteries (Ni-Cd) are best known as the small AA size rechargeable batteries used in children’s toys. One of the most widely used rechargeable batteries. Very dependable but contain cadmium and have relatively low capacity when compared to other rechargeable systems. Very good high rate discharge capabilities make them very popular in high drain applications such as power tools.   A more evolved version of the simple nickel-cadmium battery, the vented sintered-plate nickel-cadmium battery is a secondary battery comprised of twenty individual cells. 
   Nickel-Hydrogen       The sealed nickel hydrogen secondary battery (Ni-H2) is a hybrid combining battery and fuel-cell technologies.  These batteries have a long cycle life (exceeding all other maintenance-free secondary battery systems), high specific energy, high power density, and tolerance for electrical abuse.  Applications include mainly the aerospace field, but programs have been started for long-life stand-alone photovoltaic systems. 
   Nickel-Metal Hydride       Interchangeable with most nickel-cadmium batteries (NiCd), nickel metal hydride (NiMH) batteries generally deliver 10-25% greater capacity than NiCds and are more environmentally friendly than NiCds since they do not contain cadmium. Used in many wireless phones and camcorders. 
   Nickel-Zinc       Characterized by a high specific energy and power capability, nickel-zinc batteries (Ni-Zn) provide energy for electric vehicle applications, such as small vans and passenger cars. 
   Silver Oxide       Silver oxide batteries (AgO) are noted for their high energy density and power density.  The silver electrode is high cost, and this has limited the use of the silver oxide batteries to applications such as lightweight medical and electronic equipment, submarines, torpedoes, and space applications.  The silver-zinc cell has the highest energy per unit weight and volume.  Other silver oxide batteries are silver-cadmium and silver-iron. 
   Rechargeable Zinc / Alkaline / Manganese Dioxide       These are the rechargeable "primary" types.  They have a low initial cost, good retention of capacity, and are completely sealed and maintenance-free.  However, their useful capacity is only about two-thirds that of the primary cells, they have a limited life cycle, and the available energy decreases rapidly with cycling and depth of discharge. 
   VRLA       Valve Regulated Lead-Acid (VRLA) batteries are sealed batteries, but a valve regulating mechanism allows for safe escape of hydrogen and oxygen gasses wile charging. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary secondary battery. 
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   Cell Size (if applicable)      Generally, the smaller the physical size of the battery, the earlier in the alphabet it occurs.  Standard battery types include: AAAA, AAA, N, 1/3 AA, 2/3 AA, AA, 1/2 A, 2/3 A, A, 4/5 Cs, Cs, C, 1/2 D, D.  Each of these styles is cylindrical, with positive top that has an extended terminal, and a negative slightly indented bottom.  9-volt (9V) batteries are also a standard type, but they are rectangular with extended positive and negative terminals on their tops. Nonstandard rechargeable batteries include: prismatic cells, coin or button cells, sachet cells, lantern batteries, and battery packs.
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   AAAA       AAAA batteries are 40.2 mm long, 8.4 mm in diameter, and ANSI / NEDA 25A. 
   AAA       AA batteries are 44.5 mm long, 10.5 mm in diameter, and IEC LR03, ANSI / NEDA 24A. 
   N       N batteries are 28 mm long, 11.5 mm in diameter, and IEC LR1, ANSI / NEDA 910A. 
   1/3 AA       1/3 AA batteries are 17.5 mm long and 14.2 mm in diameter. 
   2/3 AA       2/3 AA batteries are 28.7 mm long and 14.2 mm in diameter. 
   AA       AA batteries are 50 mm long, 14.2 mm in diameter, and IEC LR6, ANSI / NEDA 15A. 
   1/2 A       1/2 A batteries are 30 mm long and 14.2 mm in diameter. 
   2/3 A       2/3 A batteries are 28.5 mm long and 17mm in diameter. 
   A       A batteries are 50 mm long and 17 mm in diameter. 
   4/5 Cs       4/5 Cs are 34 mm long and 23 mm in diameter. They are sometimes referred to as 4/5 Sub-C batteries. 
   Cs       Cs are 43 mm long and 23 mm in diameter. They are sometimes referred to as Sub-C batteries. 
   C       C batteries are 46 mm long, 26 mm in diameter, and IEC LR14, ANSI / NEDA 14A. 
   1/2 D       1/2 D batteries are 37 mm long and 33 mm in diameter. 
   D       D batteries are 58 mm long, 33 mm in diameter, and IEC LR20, ANSI / NEDA 13A. 
   9V       9V batteries are 26.5 mm long, 48.5mm high, 17.5mm wide, IEC 6LR61, and ANSI / NEDA 1604A. 
   Battery Pack       Disposable zinc-air or rechargeable types. For cellular phones, camcorders, and cordless phones. 
   Lantern Cell       Lantern batteries commonly use 6 V and are ANSI / NEDA 918A, 915A, and 908A. 
   Photo / Electronic Cell         
   Coin Cell       There are over forty different sizes of button and coin cells.  They are often used in devices such as watches and calculators. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary specialty cells. 
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Other Specifications
   Display Type:       
   Your choices are...         
   Analog Display       Some type of analog meter to indicate charging status. 
   LED Indicator       Simple LEDs to indicate charging status. 
   Digital Display       Some type of digital display to indicate charging status. 
   Other       Other unspecified display type. 
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   Features       
   Your choices are...         
   Intelligent Charger       "Intelligent" or "Smart" battery chargers have feedback on the state of the battery charge, can adjust voltage and/or current accordingly, and stop the charging cycle automatically when the battery is correctly charged. 
   Timer-Based       The duration of the charging process can be programmed to terminate at a particular time. 
   Filtered Charger       Battery chargers with electric filters to protect the charging device. 
   Other         
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   Compliances       
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   RoHS Compliant       Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) is a European Union (EU) directive that requires all manufacturers of electronic and electrical equipment sold in Europe to demonstrate that their products contain only minimal levels of the following hazardous substances: lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyl and polybrominated diphenyl ether. RoHS will become effective on July 1, 2006. 
   WEEE Compliant       Waste Electrical and Electronics Equipment (WEEE) is a European Union (EU) Directive with the aim of encouraging reuse, recycling and recovery of electrical and electronic equipment, and to improve the environmental impact and performance of these equipments.  This directive sets the requirements and criteria for the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of these equipments. It makes producers responsible for financing these activities, and retailers and distributors must provide means for consumers to return used or obsolete equipments without charge. 
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