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Baofeng CH-5-6 Gang Charger

Baofeng CH-5-6 Gang Charger

Regular price $67.89 USD
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The CH-5-6 is an intelligent, multi-position battery chargers for the the UV-5R Series of hand-held radios (UV-5R, BF-F8HP, UV-5X3, UV-5RA, and others using the BL-5 (or BL-5L) battery). They are capable of charging up to six, single-cell lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries; six, dual-cell lithium-ion batteries; or six, six-cell, nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH) batteries simultaneously.

The CH-5-6 have features that effectively protect the batteries and prolong the battery life. The CH-5-6 has six, independent intelligent charge-management circuits, one for each battery-charging position. They detect a battery’s charge state, provide the appropriate voltage and current while charging, and turn off when the battery is fully charged. In addition, both chargers include reverse-polarization protection circuitry to prevent damage to the battery or the charger should a battery be inserted incorrectly. A charge status indicator for each position allows a user to quickly determine if a battery is fully charged and ready to use.

1.Plug the DC output plug the AC adapter into the CH-5-6 desktop multi-charger.
2.Plug the AC adapter into an AC outlet.
3.Insert a radio, with the battery attached, or the battery alone, into one of the charging positions, making sure that the battery makes good contact with the charging terminals.

AC/DC Adapter:
1.Input Voltage: 100-240 VAC, 50/60Hz
2.Output Voltage: 12 VDC @ 5A

Charging tray
1.Input: 12 VDC
2.Output: 4.2 VDC, 8.4 VDC, or 9.4 V DC


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    Night Watchman
    It works!

    Not much more to say. It arrived with the rest of my order in a timely manner and in good condition. It holds six radios, and all the charging ports and indicator lights function properly. It's sitting on a desk behind a computer monitor, so I haven't tried the wall-mounting brackets yet. Not a bad option for ensuring your radios are topped off when you actually need them.