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NI-CD fast charger

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Jim, Feb 25, 2005.

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  1. Jim

    Jim Guest

    I have an Associated Electronics NI-CD fast charger model 3772. It has
    "lamp cord" input and output wires, a Rhodes 30 minute timer on the
    right side, an 8-0-8 ammeter on the left side, and a 3 position slide
    switch in the middle, which is marked "discharge" at the bottom and
    "charge-4 or 6 cells-5 and 7.5 volts I assume. It has a pair of 22
    watt .75 ohm resistors underneath, one of which burned out. Does anyone
    have any info on this unit (input voltage, etc.)? Thanks, Jim
  2. Chuck Harris

    Chuck Harris Guest

    Yeah, don't use it. These ancient fast chargers are dangerous to the
    health of your nicads. Find something more modern that has an intelligent
    charge controller.

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