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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you can charge the battery through the camera like a cellphone.
plug the USB cable to the ADAPTER then plug it to a wall socket then plug the USB cable connected to the AC power adapter to your camera
the USB cable should have an indicator (RED) if it is already charging and (GREEN) when its done
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
In theory this charger is fully automatic and stops the charging process once it detects that the battery has been fully charged (it will not restart charging until the battery has been taken out + put back in).
Of course, as with any electrical item, it's probably safest to unplug it if you're not planning to use it for a long time (e.g. weeks.)
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
SOURCE: Can't charge the battery
I didn't have the time to find out what was the problem cause i needed the camera immediately so i bought a new battery and a new charger.Thanks for the help!!
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
it realy depends on what kind of charger it is, if it has a coil or a switch mode charger, switch mode chargers have ic's in them and changing them or even getting them may be very hard, if its a coil type check output on coil as its likley to be that they have a built in thermal cut out fitted witch burns out, if they get over heated,,,
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
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Depend on what kind of batteries, and how often you are going to use the charger, and for what purpose are going to use it.
If your battery accidentally discharge far from your home a Jump Start is a must. But Car batteries are shallow Cycle and need to be fully charged. If you want to Set and Forget Charger, then a Smart Charger takes care on his one for the battery. Automatically adjust the voltage and turns off when the charge is completed. Has the Reconditioning option, can display the battery voltage, and can check the alternator. Destroying a $120 battery is more expensive than a Smart Charger.
I use a Vector Smart Battery Charger - 2/10/20 AMP 12V fully automatic.
Retail $49.95 I bought on sale CLEARANCE: $29.95
If you have cars not driven in daily bases, or go in vacation, a battery Tender is a good option too.
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