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PRINTED IN TAIWAN A03-3713377-451Thank you for purchasing the Powerex MH-C800Sbattery charger. Read these instructions carefully andthoroughly before operating this unit. IMPORTANTSAFETY INSTRUCTIONS. READ AND SAVE THESEINSTRUCTIONS.GENERAL PRECAUTIONS Do not charge batteries other than NiMH or NiCD. They must be ableto accept a 1.0A (Standard mode) / 0.5A (Soft mode) rapid chargecurrent. Do not use the default Rapid Charge mode on batteries rated under800mAh. To charge them, use the Soft Charging mode (refer to SoftCharging Mode). Do not expose the unit to rain or moisture due to the risk of fire. Do not operate the charger if it appears damaged in any way. Always place the battery cells with positive tip facing the top. Incorrectpolarity may cause fire or explosion. Observe polarity diagrams locatedon the charger. Do not allow the unit to be exposed to direct sunlight. Operate in well-ventilated area. Do not allow the battery terminals to become shorted. To reduce the risk of damage to the power cord, always pull byconnector rather than the cord.FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS Eight independent charging slots. Charges 1-8 AA or AAA batteries. Selectable Rapid Charge (default) and Soft Charge mode. Recharge in approximately 1 to 2 hours. Selectable conditioning / rejuvenation cycle. Worldwide power supply.Rapid Charge Current:1.0A Microprocessor:Eighth-generation MH-NM7008 PowerexPrecision Microprocessor Charge Time*:1 to 2 hours (Standard), 2 to 4 hours(Soft) Input Voltage:AC 100-240V 50-60Hz * Charge time will vary depending upon the brand, capacity, andcondition of batteries being charged. VARIOUS MODES This section explains various charging modes and when to use them. Toenable each mode, refer to the Operation section.Rapid Charge Mode (Default) Shortest recharging time (approximately 1 to 2 hours). Suitable for batteries with capacity greater than 800mAh.Soft Charging Mode Maximizes battery life and performance (recharging timeapproximately two to four hours). Suitable for most batteries. Recommended if recharging time is not critical.Conditioning Mode A special mode which rejuvenates and cycles batteries. Applies aspecial initial charge, discharge and recharge cycle which canrestore battery performance (requires up to 16 hours tocomplete). Conditioning cycle can be used to rescue degraded batteries andexercise infrequently-used batteries. Recommended once every ten normal charges for NiMH batteriesto ensure good performance.OPERATION Rapid Charge Mode (Default)1. Connect the power supply unit DIN connector to the charger as shownin the figure below. Then, plug the adapter into a compatible outlet (100-240VAC,50/60Hz).TIP: When operating the charger outside of its intended region of use, PRINTED IN TAIWAN A03-3713377-451 2. Insert AA and/or AAA batteries.NOTE: Ensure that the batt

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eries are pressed down all the way toensure optimal contact.3. When the battery is correctly inserted, charging will commence for thatslot.My battery cannot be detected, what should I do?First, make sure the battery is properly seated. Insert the battery sothat the negative end touches the charging contacts first, then tilt itforward until it clicks. You can also try removing the battery andinserting it into another slot. If the battery still cannot be recognized, itmight no longer accept a charge and should be replaced.It is normal of the charger to make a faint clicking sound, which isa result of the pulse charging.When the charging is nearly complete, the batteries will becomehot to the touch. Battery temperature will quickly drop after chargingis finished.The charger is equipped with a four-level battery gauge which displaysthe charging progress. Flashing Flashing Flashing Solid orFlashing chargechargechargeChargingcompleted. FlashingExtremely low charge.Typically indicates abnormal oraged batteries. Conditioning isrecommended. Flashing all togetherBattery fault Soft Charging ModeNOTE: Soft Charging is activated for all battery slots simultaneously andcannot be activated for each individual battery.1. Remove all batteries from the charger, if any.2. Insert battery in the any slot.3. Within five seconds, press and hold the SOFT button until SoftCharging symbol is displayed on the LCD screen. 4. Insert the remaining batteries.5. Soft Charging mode will remain activated as long as there are batteriesin the charger (even if charging is completed). The charger will reset toRapid Charge mode (Soft Charging symbols disappears) when allbatteries are removed.Conditioning ModeNOTE: Conditioning is activated for all battery slots simultaneously andcannot be activated for each individual battery.1. Remove all batteries from the charger, if any.2. Insert battery in any slot.3. Within five seconds, press and hold the CONDITION button untilCondition symbol is displayed on the LCD screen. 4. Insert the remaining batteries.5. The condition cycle will first apply an initial charge, discharge thenrecharge the batteries. Initial ChargingDischargingStandby forRecharging RechargingFinished It is normal for all symbols to disappear from one or more slots towardthe end of discharge. This indicates that discharging is nearlycompleted and recharging will commence soon.During discharging, batteries that finish before others will showCHARGE symbols. However, actual charging will not commence untilall batteries have finished discharging.It is also normal for the left side of the charger to become warmerduring the conditioning cycle.Manufactured By:MAHA ENERGY CORP.1647 Yeager Ave. La Verne, CA 91750Tel: 1-800-376-9992, 1-909-392-1568http://www.mahaenergy.com/Copyrighted 1998-2007 Maha Energy Corp.