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Liitokala Lii-402 Micro USB DC 5V 4Slots Smart Battery Charger $8.35 USD (~AU $12.38) Shipped @ Banggood

600

Price in title includes GST
Up to 8% cashback

Specification:
Product name: Liitokala Lii-402 Micro USB 4Slots Battery Charger
Input : Micro USB DC 5V/2A
Output: 1.42V
4.2V±0.05V
3.65±0.05V
4.35±0.05V
Current: 2000mA1 1000mA2 700mA3 500mA4
Constant voltage, cut-off current: less than 100mAh
Standby current: less than 15mAh
Compatible with:
Ni-MH/Cd
AA/AAA/A/SC Sizes
3.7V Li-ion battery include
26650,22650,26500,18650,18490,17670,17500,16340,14500,10440
Size: 112mm x 90mm x 30mm (L x W x H)
Weight: 150 grams (incl. micro cable)
USB Output function
1. 0pen-circuit voltage of USB output : 4.9-5.3V; and the 4th slot is fixed for the USB discharge power source
2. Output current: 1000mAh
3. Open circuit current: <1mAh
4. The corresponding voltage is 4.75-5.25V under 1000mAh current
5. Cut-off voltage for discharge protection: 3.0±0.1V

Package included:
1 x Liitokala Lii-402 Micro USB 4Slots Battery Charger
1 x USB Cable

Review :https://lygte-info.dk/review/Review%20Charger%20LiitoKala%20Lii-402%20UK.html

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  • +2 votes

    Got one from last deal. Very good, much better than Energiser crap and better than Varta etc. MicroUSB is very convenient

    • +1 vote

      How much time does it take to fully charge 4*AA batteries from Ikea?

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        I still haven't had to charge mine yet but if you're charging at maximum mode on this model just a bit overnight I reckon. Maybe 10-14hours for one of those 2400 white ladas.

        For those who don't necessarily want or need the higher output, the 4 battery capacity or the battery to phone out method, the baby model i think the 202 is bang for value too when on a cheap deal but with the special from bangood at the moment this will be a better deal!

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      +1

      But… Lii-402 seems a bit "Buggy" IMO:

      It's supposed to Charge devices (using
      energy in the batteries you charged), but
      mine only uses energy in Last Battery to R
      so, you must keep moving batteries into
      that spot, to charge multiple devices…!

      ALSO, I'd like to use an 18650-charger in
      car's cigar-socket, but this one needs 5v
      (Not 12v)


      Maybe we'll get a Deal for Lii-500 soon.?

      •  

        If anyone's using their charged cells
        for powering FLASHLIGHTS, here's the
        site for you:

        "Where Frugal meets Flashlight" :~)


        At the moment, BG has Lii-402's for: AU$11.35 (shipped)


        But… Lii-500's are dear: AU$32.83

        (Some AliExpress vendors can beat that: $21.53 if
        you supply the lighter-plug & 12v 2a pwr block, eg
        fr an dead Hard Drive, if connectors+polarity match)

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    Yeah agree with the above, absolutely does the job

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    Thanks, bought two - looks like something which would be a nice present.

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    Thank OP
    Bought one, was looking for cheaper charger for my eneloop pro batteries

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    Bought 12.62 with insurance

    • +8 votes

      If you pay with PayPal, there is no need for the insurance. I know it's only a few cents on small orders like this, but on bigger orders its more and it is pretty much a scam. I had one order where they sent the wrong item and I had paid for insurance. Dealing with banggood customer service that time was a nightmare. I kept getting the same smart arse customer service rep who would just copy paste the same message saying to send photos of packaging and item etc. I did that 3 times over and they would reply with the same copy/pasted message. On the last time I received a blank message reply, no words at all. I had to end up going through PayPal, and even they got no response from banggood. So yeh, the insrance is a scam.

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    Thanks! Got one.

  • +1 vote

    This does individual channel charging right? I hate the dumb charger that need to charge in pair

    •  

      I hate when it doesn't do single-cell charging! Then it's tough $#!+ if you have a device that uses three cells, for example… >:-(

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    I have one of these. How do you know what amperage to charge at? I have 18650s, AA, AAA, C etc… I'm about to use it for first time.

    •  

      There are guides online. I think with this device you'd use 500 for AAA and 700/1000 for AA.

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        500 for AAA is a bit too high. 300 would be ideal. The Liitokala lii500 can charge AAA at 300

      •  

        My Lii-402 chooses 700 for charging 18650's

        It takes in 5v @ 2A, as I recall..
        so I guess it uses a volt or so
        above the 18650's 3.7v to give
        each one its 500mA (4x 500mA = 2.0 A)

        BTW, it seems that Panasonic 18650's
        are used to power Rwanda's medical
        delivery "drones" (UAV, better):

        • YouTube "HOw Rwanda built a Drone Delivery Service"

        (I wonder if there are any cases, in AU,
        where such a DDS could more cost-effectively
        deliver meds to remote sites, in support
        of RFDS?)

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    Reconditioned a heap of old AA batteries the kids use that other charges ignored. Recommended.

    •  

      Reconditioned old rechargeable batteries? Or old normal batteries?

      Sorry I have no idea, but looking to get one anyway.

      • +2 votes

        With any charger, most non rechargeable batteries with enough voltage can be jumped up a bit, your mileage will vary. A better one like this will probably recharge safer. They aren't designed to be charged so you're taking a lot of risk. Worst case it'll overheat like crazy and in the right conditions start a fire.

        But honestly here's a tip 101 - don't try to charge a normal battery. It's not really worth it imo. Only charge with rechargeables!

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    Nice little charger… Recommended at this price.

  •  

    These look great for the price, and it even charges 18650. Would never buy a dumb charger again once I found out about smart chargers.

    I got the Liitokala Lii-500 and it's great. This looks like it does the same just without the battery testing function.

  •  

    How does this compare to the Eneloop dumb charger? I have a stack of Eneloop and Ikea rechargeable batteries. Currently I just drain 4 batteries flat and put them on the dumb charger for 10 hours (Eneloop) or 12 hours (Ikea - bigger capacity). Cheers.

    • +1 vote

      Would avoid dumb chargers at all cost, especially if you want your NiMH batteries to last. Dumb charger just charge for a set amount of time and turn off, and you may be undercharging it or worse, overcharg it. Unless you are sure the battery is flat, there's no guarantee that a dumb charger will not overcharge it. At under $10, why risk it?

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    What is the difference between this charger and Nitecore D4? Should I wait for Nitecore D4 to have a good deal?

    •  

      This can go up to 1-2A output. D4 can only go 375mA x 4 or 750mA x 2. I'd say this is a little better with slightly faster charging, but overall both do the same job. D4 looks a little more fancy with the display. I'd get the LiitoKala Lii-500 over the D4.

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        Thanks for your prompt reply. Then should I get a lii-500 than lii-402.

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          The lii-500 has a discharge/test function which can be useful, while the lii-402 doesn't and it doesn't have a display to show charge time and current. Both essentially a smart charger and will charge the batteries fine, it's just weather you want the extra features or not.

        •  

          I went with 500 model. Got it for 22 bucks on eBay.

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    Sold Lii-500 now.

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    Has anyone else ordered this deal, and now has their order status showing as "back order"? Very frustrating.