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2013.08.31, 03:39 PM
Tenergy TN160 12-Bay AA/AAA NIMH/NICD LCD Smart Battery Charger

Tenergy TN160 12-Bay battery charger pushes the envelope & adds even more charging slots to allow better charging efficiency. Not just any other standard Volume charger 12 battery charging capabilities in addition to a full range of essential features and more!

Whether you have a family with abundant toys & devices, or a business with a higher quantity charging requirement we highly recommend this heavy duty Tenergy TN160 charger. With a full array of safety features it is safe for both home & industrial use.

Features and Benefits:

12 channels PWM switching fast charger with MUC control; its accurate voltage detection ensures no over-charging and under-charging.
Built-in IC and advanced Delta-V charging control function.
12 independent charging channels for individual charging and detection: AA & AAA, NIMH/ NICD can be mixed when charging. The battery can be placed at any channel of the charger.
Suitable only for1.2v AA/AAA NIMH/NICD batteries.
Constant current charging mode with ΔV detection, ensures fast charging.
Easy to use: simply connect the adaptor to charger, plug charger into household electric outlet and insert battery into the battery compartment. Charger will start charging automatically.
Large LCDs indicate charging status.
Charger comes with refresh function.
DC adaptor with wide AC input voltage 100-240V, designed for worldwide usage.

Safety Features:

8 hour safety timer
reverse polarity protection
*Note: Don't charge Alkaline Batteries. Only compatible with AA & AAA NiMH/NiCD Batteries.


Tenergy TN160 12-Bay AA/AAA NiMH/NiCd Battery Charger
Packaging: Blister card

Input: AC 100V~240V 50HZ/60HZ
Output: 12V DC 1500mA
Rated Charging Current (Normal Charging): AA: 500mA; AAA: 250mA.
Weight: 17.9 oz
Dimensions: 240x120x23mm
Color: White & Black

anyone have experience with this charger?

2013.08.31, 04:32 PM
Contact member Tommy_greeneyes. Just under $40

2013.08.31, 06:24 PM
All-Battery.com has it for $30.

Reviews on amazon are mixed.

2013.08.31, 07:32 PM
I would say a good entry level charger or bench charger for weekly race prep.

2013.08.31, 07:37 PM
I have the maha 8 cell charger which does 2 sets fine. 3 would be great though. I typically cycle them with my maha 4 cell charger every couple months. Admittedly I don't take very good care of my batteries.

2013.09.02, 11:59 AM
Cool find Ray. But like KWT said, mixed reviews kinda worry me. But sometimes I take them with a grain of salt. But I'm curious. Especially charging three sets of batteries at once. And from what can gather so far unlike the maha 8 cell charger it can give you more detail on individual cell activity then the maha. The hi tec charger is neat but not wildly different from the maha charger. If the hi tec charger could do internal resistance, it would be worth the money. But knowing me I'll end up buying one anyway. :D