XTAR VC2 Premium USB 18650 Vaping kit Battery Charger with LCD Screen
The XTAR VC2 charger is the world’s first lithium-ion battery charger that features an innovative tachometer-style LCD display screen.
This charger will tell you the real power of your battery! The VC2 will display the batteries mAh capacity, assuming it is completely drained before charging. Like all of our chargers, it can intelligently identify input power and automatically adjust the the most suitable charge current (0.15A~0.5).
It is compatible with both IMR lithium batteries and small capacity batteries. Both channels are independent and it can also tell you if you have bad batteries. And like all XTAR chargers, the VC2 features overcharge protection, over-discharge, short-circuit, and reverse polarity protection. Adopted from the VP2 charger, the VC2 can revive overly discharged batteries as well.
– VC2 charger
– MicroUSB cable
– User manual
– Warranty card
– Compatible with IMR lithium battery
– Each channel is independent
– Three-stage charge algorithm(TC-CC-CV)
– Soft-start function, to avoid damage from large charge current while charging.
– Automatically cut off when the battery is charged fully
– Precision cut-off voltage at 4.2V
– Compatible with small capacity battery
– Over heat protection
– LCD displays each battery real time statues
– Use high power intelligent step-down DC – DC circuit, greatly reduce the energy loss;
– Built-in reverse-polarity and short-circuit protection circuit
– Use fireproof material for the shell
– 0V activation function can wake up the over-discharged/sleeping batteries
– 120°angle high definition VA screen to display the charging current ,voltage and power indicator, you can see the charging status from any angle of view.
– Certified by CE, RoHS
How to test your batteries mAh capacity:
Step 1: Insert your discharged battery (at a discharge cut-off voltage generally below 3.0V)
Step 2: Let the battery charge and notice the 0000mAh displayed on the screen. Do not remove the battery until the charge is complete.
Step 3: When the battery is fully charged, the screen will show “FULL” and the entire screen will flash 3 times every 10 seconds.
Step 4: The mAh on the screen should now give you the batteries actual capacity.