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T ECHNICAL INFORMATION
Models No. DC1804
CONCEPTION AND MAIN APPLICATIONS
Multi voltage charger DC1804 is the renewed model of DC1803.
Its features and benefits are
(1) Approx. 10-20 minutes shorter charging time in comparing
with DC1801. See "Comparison of products:" on page 3/4.
(2) Maintenance (trickle) charging system keeps the full charged H
condition for 24 hours, even if the battery is left in this charger L
after finishing of charging process.
(3) Downsized ; The dimensions have been reduced to those of DC1413. Dimensions : mm ( " )
Length ( L ) 193 (7-5/8)
Width ( W ) 92 (3-5/8)
Specification Height ( H ) 78 (3-1/16)
Continuous Rating (W)
Voltage (V) Current (A) Cycle (Hz) Max. Output(W)
110 - 120 50 / 60 75
120 50 / 60 75
220 50 / 60 75
220 - 240 50 / 60 75
230 - 240 50 / 60 75
Output voltage DC : V 7.2 9.6 12 14.4 18
Output current : A 2.6
for 1.3Ah Ni-Cd. battery Approx. 30
for 2.0Ah Ni-Cd. battery Approx. 45
for 2.2Ah Ni-MH. battery Approx. 50
time : min.
for 2.6Ah Ni-MH. battery Approx. 60
for 3.0Ah Ni-MH. battery Approx. 70
Protection against 110V - 120V grounding (earthing)
electric shock 220V - 240V double insulation
Cord length : m (ft ) 2.0 (6.6)
Net weight 0.39 (0.86)
< Note > The above figures about charging time may differ from condition to condition on batteries' temperature
or room temperature.
Features and benefits
Both of Ni-Cd and Ni-MH Compact and ergonomic design
from 7.2V to 18V can be
charged. Approx. 10 - 20 minutes shorter
See the list on page 2/3. charging time in comparing
See "Comparison of Product" on Page. 3/3.
Features and benefits P2/4
The list of chargeable batteries and charging time
time 7.2V 9.6V 12V 14.4V 18V
Battery 9000 Battery 1200
Approx. Battery 9100 Battery 1210
1.3Ah Battery 7000
30 min. Battery 9120 Battery 1220 Battery 1420
Battery 9002 Battery 1202
Approx. Battery 7002 Battery 9102 Battery 1202A
2.0Ah 45 min.
Battery 9122 Battery 1222 Battery 1422 Battery 1822
Approx. Battery 9033
2.2Ah Battery 7033 Battery 9133 Battery 1233 Battery 1433 Battery 1833
2.6Ah 60 min. Battery 9134 Battery 1234 Battery 1434 Battery 1834
Approx. Battery 9135 Battery 1235 Battery 1435 Battery 1835
3.0Ah Battery 9135A Battery 1235A Battery 1435F Battery 1835F
Ideal charging system in this class with the following features
1 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 : Stops the charging process by sensing the drop of battery voltage.
B) Delta T system : Stops the charging process by sensing the change of battery's temperature.
( This system is applied to only the charger of 4 terminal-type.)
C) T system (Timer) : Stops the charging process by 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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