|Oct 13, 2012, 05:32 PM|
Hobbico Quick Field Charger Mk II
I have a Hobbico Quick Field Charger MKll I've had for a few years now, but only used it a few times. I actually just don't have a need for it, so I will sell it for $30 shipped within the US. Accept paypal or Money Order.
This is their description and it works great.
Have a variety of flight line charging options — with one handy unit! Hobbico's Quick Field Charger MkII features two ports with completely independent circuitry. That means you can charge one pack at a time, or two at once. AND you can recharge transmitter or receiver NiCd or NiMH packs, single cell glow ignitors, even the Lithium-Ion batteries that power park flyers...on EITHER side. Plus, it's super-easy to use, and comes with lots of safety features. You've never seen a field charger as valuable and versatile as the Quick Field Charger MkII!
•Simple push-button start-up.
•“Peak detection” charging for NiCd and NiMH packs.
•“Constant current/constant voltage” charging for Li-Ion batteries.
•Visual and audible error messages that indicate reverse polarity and poor output connections.
•Can be mounted on a field box, or used as a stand-alone unit with the included rear enclosure.
•Ability to handle 1-8 NiCd or NiMH cells, and 1-3 Li-Ion cells.
•0.2A (200mA) to 2.0A of adjustable, linear charge current (1A max. for Li-Ion).
•0, 50mA, 85mA and 100mA trickle charge current for NiCd and NiMH packs.
•Tri-color LEDs and sound cues for ease of set-up and operation.
•Built-in jacks for external battery voltage monitoring with a voltmeter.
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