Tenergy TN141 2 Bay 9V Smart Charger with 4 pcs Centura Low Self-discharge 9V NiMH Rechargeable Batteries

April 17, 2017 - Comment

Tenergy TN141 9V 2-Channel NiMH Battery Charger Tenergy TN141 9V charger is has 2 bays/ports and a foldable AC plug making it compact and easy for travel or transportationIndependent charging channels with independent LED lights to show when each battery is charging, complete, or inserted incorrectly Worldwide voltage range 100V – 240VAC – voltage range

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Tenergy TN141 9V 2-Channel NiMH Battery Charger
Tenergy TN141 9V charger is has 2 bays/ports and a foldable AC plug making it compact and easy for travel or transportation
Independent charging channels with independent LED lights to show when each battery is charging, complete, or inserted incorrectly
Worldwide voltage range 100V – 240VAC – voltage range allows you to use this charger in other countries with different voltages without requiring a converter (but may still need a plug adapter)
Built-in technology: 5 hr safety timer, micro-controller, circuit and reverse polarity protection, and delta V charging to make sure your batteries are fully and safely charged.

Charger Specifications:
Outlet input voltage: 11.4V
Charge current: 100mA x2
Operating Temp: 0 ~ 40°C
Weight: 83g

Tenergy Centura 9V 200mAh Batteries:
Standard size 9V rectangular battery: Dimensions: (H x L x W): 48mm x 26mm x 16mm
Low Self Discharge (LSD) Technology – when the batteries are not being used, they will not drain as fast as a normal NiMH battery will.
Have an almost fully charged battery even after months of idle time
Very popular for microphones, clocks, smoke detectors, and more.
Can be recharged at least 500 times so you can save money on replacing hundreds of disposable Alkaline one-time use 9V batteries



Should you buy Tenergy PREMIUM line or CENTURA Line? (This package comes with Centura)

Buy Premium if:
You will use the batteries frequently and they will not sit idle for long periods of time
You need longer run time and higher capacity
Your device is high drain (cameras, radios, game controllers, etc)

Buy Centura if:
Your device doesn’t require high drain and can last for a long period of time (clocks, alarms, smoke detectors)
The device or batteries are more idle than used

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Product Features

  • Tenergy TN141 9V charger is has 2 bays/ports and a foldable AC plug making it compact and easy for travel or transportation.
  • Independent charging channels with independent LED lights to show when each battery is charging, complete, or inserted incorrectly
  • Built-in technology: 5 hr safety timer, micro-controller, circuit and reverse polarity protection, and delta V charging to make sure your batteries are fully and safely charged.
  • Standard size 9V rectangular battery: Dimensions: (H x L x W): 48mm x 26mm x 16mm
  • Package comes with: 1 x Tenergy TN141 Charger + 4 x Tenergy 200mAh CENTURA Low Self Discharge (LSD) 9V Batteries (for comparison in Centura LSD vs. Tenergy Premium lines, see product description)

 

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Comments

James Q. Smith says:

Excellent battery and charger I knew nothing about this brand and took a chance based on the reviews. Ordinary NiMH 9V retail for about $10 each, so getting 4 and a charger for about $30, inclusive of S&H, is still a good deal, assuming at worst, the battery and charger are like any ordinary NiMH 9V or a simple timer based 9V charger.The packaging and products build quality are first rate, as good as name brands like Energizer or Duracell.ChargerIt not only shuts off based on reaching the final…

Newland says:

Meltdown Risk I purchased this package, received it in early Dec 2015, and began using the batteries in a relatively low-current-drain application. I only used one battery at a time, and I recharged them in pairs using the supplied charger. Approximately 9 months later, while sitting in a charged state, one of the batteries melted, damaging the adjacent battery in the process. (See photo.) Again, the batteries were not being charged when this happened. I’m obviously alarmed by the prospect of a house…

Brian Hickman says:

Glad they didn’t explode or cause a fire

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