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What is the max mA battery rating that can charged by the Bc700?

Hi, what is the max mA battery rating that can charged with the Bc700? I have rechargeable batteries that are 2000, 2500, 2700 and 3000 mA. Will this charge be able to charge all of them without a problem? and if the 3000mA batteries can be charged, how long would it take at the 200/500/700 settings? Thanks for your time.

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Divide the mA of the battery by the mA you want to charge it at.For example,I'll use the 3000mA battery at a 500mA charge.That would be 6 hours.However,that only actually charges it to 80%(for alkaline).It needs another 6 hours to charge the remaining 20%.If they are not alkaline let me know and I will look and see what I can find out.
Good luck!

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  • Greg McCarthy Jul 27, 2010

    Also,low and slow is always best for charging a battery.Also during charging,keep it away from flame or high heat sources as there are very explosive gases present when a battery is charging,also when jump starting.

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