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T ECHNICAL INFORMATION
Models No. DC1414
CONCEPT AND MAIN APPLICATIONS
Up dated from DC1413, the new DC1414 charges Ni-DCd and H
Ni-MH batteries from 7.2V to 14.4V.
Packed in the newly designed sharp looking round body,
DC1414 has maintenance charge system (Trickle charge system), L
which maintains the battery always fully charged when the battery
is left in the charger after the regular charging process.
Dimensions : mm ( " )
Length ( L ) 193 (7-5/8)
Width ( W ) 92 (3-5/8)
Height ( H ) 78 (3-1/16)
Continuous Rating (W)
Voltage (V) Current (A) Cycle (Hz) Max. Output(W)
110 - 120 50 / 60 60
120 50 / 60 60
220 50 / 60 60
220 - 240 50 / 60 60
230 - 240 50 / 60 60
Output voltage : V 7.2, 9.6, 12, 14.4
Output current : A 2.6
Ni-Cd battery of 1.3Ah Approx. 30
Ni-Cd battery of 2.0Ah Approx. 45
Charging time : minute
Ni-MH battery of 2.6Ah Approx. 60
Ni-MH battery of 3.0Ah Approx. 70
Protection of circuit from over current by Fuse
Features and benefits P2/4
Ideal charging system in this class with the following installations
* Controlling by micro computer : The installed micro computer senses the full charged condition, and
control the optimum way to stop the charging process, from the followings.
A) Minus delta V system : Stop the charging process with perceiving the battery's voltage drop.
B) Delta T system : Stop the charging process with sensing the change of battery's temperature.
( This system is applied to only the charger of 4 terminal-type.)
C) T system : Stop the charging process with sensing the battery's temperature which is
input in the micro computer in advance. For instance the charging process is to
be stopped at 45
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