This is a manual charger, not automatic. Charge batteries 6 to 8 hours only.
- Charges both NiMH and NiCd batteries ONLY
- 1 bank can be used at a time.
- Charge time: 6-8 hours
- Input: 110V AC
- Voltage: 9V DC
- Current: 15mA DC
- LED light turns red when charging battery
I have a Texas Instruments TI-1250 circa 1975. It is one of the first electronic handheld calculators on the market. The calculator uses a 9V battery and using rechargeable batteries is the most economical way to go as it is "power hungry". The number display uses bright LED's (as opposed to dull LCD's) which are VERY easy to read. This is why I prefer using this calculator when paying bills.
Great product at a great price. Its not the top of the line but hey, for the price it does the job.
THE 9 VOLT BETTERY CHARGER WAS SHIPPED AN I RECEIVED IT IN THREE DAY--FAST AND WAS PACKED REAL GOOD,
Brief, solid-state, compact, light, portable, small, and with simple design, the Hitech charger
is another valuable tool for portable 9V power needs.