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TrustFire TrustFire TR-001 AC100-240V Charger for 18650 18500 17670 16340 10430 Li-ion Battery

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What do you expect for a Multifunctional Charger? This Li-ion Battery Charger can provide excellent continuous power source to you device.  Great for flashlights, toys, remote controls etc. Trustfire TR-001 AC100-240V Multifunctional C...
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Specifications:


  • Compact sleek design streamline
  • Ideal Multifunctional Charger for the purse, pocket, car, boat and more
  • High quality and durable Li-ion Battery Charger
  • Trustfire TR-001 AC100-240V Multifunctional Charger is a great item for home and outside
  • TrustFire Charger is convenient whereever you go and you can enjoy it. It's a good choice for you
  • This Li-ion Battery Charger can provide excellent continuous power source to you device
  • Input Voltage: AC100-240V / 50-60Hz
  • Output: 4.2V / 500mA
  • Material: ABS
  • Compatible with: 18650, 18500, 17670, 16340, 14500, 10440, 10430 rechargeable li-ion battery(not included)
  • Size: 130 x 55 x 30mm/5.1 x 2.2 x 1.2in(L x W X H)
  • Cable Length: 1000mm / 39.4in

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TrustFire TrustFire TR-001 AC100-240V Charger for 18650 18500 17670 16340 10430 Li-ion Battery


  • Trustfire TR-001 AC100-240V Multifunctional Charger is a great item for home and outside

TrustFire TrustFire TR-001 AC100-240V Charger for 18650 18500 17670 16340 10430 Li-ion Battery


TrustFire TrustFire TR-001 AC100-240V Charger for 18650 18500 17670 16340 10430 Li-ion Battery


  • TrustFire Charger is convenient whereever you go and you can enjoy it. It's a good choice for you

TrustFire TrustFire TR-001 AC100-240V Charger for 18650 18500 17670 16340 10430 Li-ion Battery


  • This Li-ion Battery Charger can provide excellent continuous power source to you device

NOTE:


  • Other types batteries may cause personal injury and damage

4 Tips to Extend Your Lithium Battery Life:


  • Battery Memory - When I first got my new cellphone, my friend recommended to fully drain the battery before recharging it. His reasoning was connected to the idea of battery memory. Allowing the battery to fully discharge then recharging to max, supposedly gives you the complete battery capacity. Otherwise, if you simply charged from the half way point to max battery capacity, the battery would treat the half way point as the empty point, thus cutting your battery capacity in half
  • Battery Calibration - There are some benefits to fully discharging your lithium battery periodically, for laptops this can be especially important. If you start to notice your battery meter becoming more and more inaccurate, it may be time for some battery calibration. Allow your lithium battery completely drain, then charge until the battery is full again. This will calibrate your battery  giving you more accurate readings
  • Consequences of Heat - Another enemy of lithium battery life is heat. If you were to leave your laptop plugged in and running for a year, you should expect the lithium battery capacity to be anywhere between 60% to 80% of it's original max capacity. This is why people that use their laptops as desktop replacements will notice greatly reduced battery life performance after one year of use. This issue can be resolved by removing the battery while using a corded power source
  • Battery Storage - If you don't plan on using your lithium battery for prolonged periods of time, then you'll want to reduce the charge level to 40% and place the battery in the fridge (not freezer). Storing the battery at 100% charge level applies unnecessary stress and can cause internal corrosion. On the other hand, if the charge is too low, the battery can become permanently unusable, due to battery self discharge

Applications:


  • Lithium batteries find application in many long-life, critical devices, such as artificial pacemakers and other implantable electronic medical devices. These devices use specialized lithium-iodide batteries designed to last 15 or more years. But for other, less critical applications such as in toys, the lithium battery may actually outlast the device. In such cases, an expensive lithium battery may not be cost-effective.
  • Lithium batteries can be used in place of ordinary alkaline cells in many devices, such as clocks and cameras. Although they are more costly, lithium cells will provide much longer life, thereby minimizing battery replacement. However, attention must be given to the higher voltage developed by the lithium cells before using them as a drop-in replacement in devices that normally use ordinary cells.
  • Small lithium batteries are very commonly used in small, portable electronic devices, such as PDAs, watches, camcorders, digital cameras, thermometers, calculators, laptop BIOS, communication equipment and remote car locks. They are available in many shapes and sizes, with a common variety being the 3 volt "coin" type manganese variety, typically 20 mm in diameter and 1.6-4 mm thick. The heavy electrical demands of many of these devices make lithium batteries a particularly attractive option. In particular, lithium batteries can easily support the brief, heavy current demands of devices such as digital cameras, and they maintain a higher voltage for a longer period than alkaline cells.
  • Some other lithium batteries use a platinum-iridium alloy instead of more usual compounds. These batteries are generally not preferred, as their cost is high and they tend to be fragile.

Safety issues and regulation:


  • The computer industry's drive to increase battery capacity can test the limits of sensitive components such as the membrane separator, a polyethylene or polypropylene film that is only 20-25 µm thick. The energy density of lithium batteries has more than doubled since they were introduced in 1991. When the battery is made to contain more material, the separator can undergo stress.

Ingestion and choking hazard:


  • Button cell batteries are attractive to small children and often ingested. In very small children, they are a choking hazard. Lithium coin batteries lodged in the esophagus should be removed immediately. Leakage, chemical burns and potential perforation can occur within hours of ingestion.

Rapid-discharge issues:


  • Lithium batteries can provide extremely high currents and can discharge very rapidly when short-circuited. Although this is useful in applications where high currents are required, a too-rapid discharge of a lithium battery can result in overheating of the battery, rupture, and even explosion. Lithium-thionyl chloride batteries are particularly susceptible to this type of discharge. Consumer batteries usually incorporate overcurrent or thermal protection or vents in order to prevent explosion.

Air Travel:


  • Because of the above risks, shipping and carriage of lithium batteries is restricted in some situations, particularly transport of lithium batteries by air.
  • The United States Transportation Security Administration announced restrictions effective January 1, 2008 on lithium batteries in checked and carry-on luggage. The rules forbid lithium batteries not installed in a device from checked luggage and restrict them in carry-on luggage by total lithium content.
  • Australia Post prohibited transport of lithium batteries in air mail during 2010.

Lithium batteries and methamphetamine labs:


  • Unused lithium batteries provide a convenient source of lithium metal for use as a reducing agent in methamphetamine labs. Some jurisdictions have passed laws to restrict lithium battery sales or asked businesses to make voluntary restrictions in an attempt to help curb the creation of illegal meth labs. For example a newspaper article from January 2004 reports that Wal-Mart stores limit the sale of disposable lithium batteries to three packages in Missouri and four packages in other states. However, the heavy demand for lithium batteries for use in modern, current-hungry devices such as digital cameras conflicts with such restrictions. Via internet retailers, such restrictions can usually be bypassed with little effort.

Package Included:


  • 1 x Charger
  • 1 x Power Cord