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    New Batterys

    Hi Just received some new batteries 2x Panasonic NCR 18650 3400mh from supersports600 on ebay . Does any one know how long they take to charge , I have a intellicharger 2 ?
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    just guessing, but probably over 4 hours.
    I got sick of my intellicharger taking forever charging at 0.5A so i got a LUC V4 cause it charges at 1A for 18650s (and 2A for 26650s)

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    Quote Originally Posted by shanea1 View Post
    Hi Just received some new batteries 2x Panasonic NCR 18650 3400mh from supersports600 on ebay . Does any one know how long they take to charge , I have a intellicharger 2 ?
    Thanks
    i maybe wrong but i think it will charge faster if u charge one batt at a time

    im guessing this cos the intelli 4 charges 2 batts faster than it does 4 batts

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    Thank I will give it a try

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    The i2 only does 0.5A per battery weather there is one or two in it. At least according to the manual that came with mine.
    I think the i4 does 0.75 with 1-2 batteries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nanokatz View Post
    The i2 only does 0.5A per battery weather there is one or two in it. At least according to the manual that came with mine.
    I think the i4 does 0.75 with 1-2 batteries.
    Yes you are right, the nite core I2 charges at 0.5A with 1 and/or 2 batts. The I4 charges at 0.75A with 1 and/or 2 batts but as soon as you put the 3rd and 4th batt in it will charge at 0.375A

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    OK its has taken about 4 hours to charge the 2 batteries on the i2 unit .

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    i heard that for the very first charge you are meant to do it at 0.5amps

 

 

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