Professional Compact Processor Loader
For Li-ion batteries in 18650 sizes and other
• Powered by any micro USB charger or from a computer's USB port (min. 0, 5A)
• Compact size-Easy to carry
• Reactivation function of deeply discharged cells
• Protection: Short-circuit, thermal, reverse polarity
In a small enclosure, a fully professional processor loader with a three-stage charging process TC/CC/CVis concealed. It loads 3.6/3.7 v Li-ion cells with any capacity in sizes 10440, 14500, 14650, 16340, 17500, 17670, 18350, 18500, 18650, 18700, 20700, 21700, 22650, 25500, 26650.
What Is THE TC/CC/CV charging method? It is a three-step process of loading Li-ion cells to keep the cell in good condition by charging the right current at each stage and completing the charging process at the right moment.
The various stages of the TC/CC/CV process are:
• TC phase: Cells discharged below 2, 9V are ' awake ' to lower currents.
• CC phase: When 2, 9V is reached, the cell is loaded with a constant current of 0.5 a.
• CV phase: When the cell is already nearly charged, the charger switches to a decreasing current charge until it reaches a voltage of 4, 2V on the cell. After reaching 4, 2V the charging process is complete-the battery is fully charged.
Batteries with a voltage of 4, 1V or higher are treated by the charger as charged. To recharge such a full battery, please insert it into the charger before powering it in. When left in the charger, the charged batteries will be subjected to a natural self-discharge process. Charging will resume when the battery voltage drops below 4, 1V.
The Xtar MC1 Charger has a function of reactivating deeply discharged cells and cells with a Voltage Of 0v. Many chargers on the market are not able to charge such batteries. Here with the help comes the charger Xtar MC1, which in many cases allows you to ' resave ' such cells. Just insert a deeply discharged battery into the MC1 charger, as with normal charging, the charger detects the unloaded link and attempts to reactivate it. Attention! Cells unloaded below a certain level are irreversible and reactivated may not be possible. Avoid too deep discharge of Li-ion batteries-this can lead to a significant reduction in their durability and capacity or to their total malfunction.
Chargers from other manufacturers can significantly increase the temperature of the cells being charged during charging. Excessive heating of the cells can cause them to wear more quickly. When designing the MC1 charger, Xtar went one step further from the competition, solving this problem in a simple way: the power supply from the external power supply was applied. This allows the temperature of the MC1 to be charged by up to 15 degrees.
Supplied with the Xtar MC1 charger, we get a micro USB cable and a cover for securing the charger for transport. The power supply is not Included In the set. Any charger with a micro USB cable, for example, is enough to power the charger. Phone, or USB port or a computer with a free USB socket. The recommended minimum charger power is 0, 5A (500mA).
border = 0 > Product data Manufacturer Xtar Charger Model MC1 Supported Battery types Li-Ion 3.6 batteries-3, 7V, protected and unprotected Supported Battery Sizes 10440, 14500, 14650, 16340, 17500.17670, 18350, 18500, 18650, 18700, 20700, 21700, 22650, 25500, 26650 Maximum battery length 70mm Input voltage and
Input current 5V 500mA Power connector Micro USB Power supply included Not Recommended power supply Minimum 5V 0, 5A,
Recommended 5V 0.75 A Charging method Processor-controlled TC/CC/CV Charging
In the CC phase 500mA ± 50mA End Voltage
Loading 4, 2V ± 0, 05V Current of terminations < 40mA Additional functions Reactivation of deeply discharged cells and cells 0V Security Thermal
Before the battery is reversed Dimensions 92 x 22 x 26mm Weight 20g Kit contents Charger MC1,
Micro USB Cable,
Cover Warranty 24 months old