Suitable for all Pard night vision devices.
XTAR VC2 CHARGER
This charger will effectively auto-adjust the charging current based on the cells chemistry or condition. You may find that cells are also charged at 0.5A initially and then increased to 1A mid way through the charge. This is a safety feature - and helps protect excessive heat build and prolong the life of the cells.
A mAh readout function allows you to inspect the current condition of fully charged cells. However, it is worth noting this function only calculates what is added to a cell, and not what is already on the cell - to get a more accurate reading, cells should be fully depleted, then fully recharged.
This charger is capable of charging two cells at 1A and is compatible with the new 20700 & 21700 formats (see below for more compatible formats).
COMPATIBLE SIZES AND ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Real time OLED with analogue style gauges (Voltage, Charging Amps & mAh readout)
10440/14500/14650/16340/17500/17670/18350/18500/18650/18700/20700/21700/20650/26650 Li-Ion, IMR/INR/ICR/NCR
Independent Charging Bays
Suitable for IMR/INR/ICR/NCR batteries and Button/Flat Batteries
Fireproof ABS casing
1 x VC2 Charger
1 x Micro-USB cable
1 x Xtar Warranty Card
Never leave a charger unattended overnight, and never in direct sunlight.
Never use your charger to store cells. When cells are finished charging, please remove them from the device.
SAMSUNG 30Q 18650 BATTERIES
Manufacturer: Samsung SDI
Country of Origin: South Korea
Chemistry: INR (Hybrid)
Max. continuous discharge current: 19A (Rated by Mooch)
Nominal capacity: 3000 mAh
Nominal voltage: 3.6 V
Discharge end voltage: 2.5 V
Charging voltage: 4.20 +/- 0.05 V
Standard charging current: 1.5 A
Protection: Not Protected (Flat-Top)
Safety, storage and disposal
Lithium ion (Li-Ion) Cells can be dangerous if used improperly. The buyer assumes all associated risks.
Always use a battery charger that is rated for Li-ion cells.
Batteries should never be left charging unattended.
Batteries should never be loose in pocket or bag.
All lithium batteries have a cycle-life, however a battery should be replaced every 2 years - whichever comes first.
Never continue to use a battery with a broken PVC wrap.
Never completely discharge batteries.
Do not expose to extreme heat.