Capable of charging a most of Lithium, IMR, or NiCd based battery cells of varying sizes (sold separately), the CC1 has three charge current options of 0.5A, 1.0A, and 1.5A in each independent slots with a total maximum charge current of 4.5A when combined. An eGo charging port is one of the first of its kind, with a built-in 510 connector and 420mA charge current, giving the CC1 unprecedented capability. MXJO has also implemented its highest quality integrated digital LCD screen, with wider viewing angles and clarity and provides real time voltage status, current, charge time, and charging process. Asserting itself as a supreme charging system in any class and capable of powering today's high caliber box mod, the MXJO CC1 is a must own for every vaper's collection!
MXJO CC1 3-Bay eGo Battery Charger Features:
3-Bay Smart Battery Charger
eGo 510 Charger
eGo Charge Current: 420mA
Charge Current Options - 0.5A, 1.0A, 1.5A
Maximum Charging Current - 3*1.5A + 0.42A
Intuitve Digital LCD Screen
Durable Stainless Steel Springs
10 Seconds Screen Shutoff
"SLOT" Button: to change slot
"AMP" Button: to change charge current
Reverse Polarity Protection
Short Circuit Protection
Compatible with IMR/Li-ion, Li-MH/Li-Cd Batteries
What you get:
1x MXJO CC1 3-Bay eGo Battery Charger
1x Power Cord
1x Instruction Manual
To ensure your safety and maintain the battery’s life and durability, we recommend you follow these rules:
Do not over-discharge or overcharge the battery. Doing so will shorten the battery’s life and sometimes, it can make it pop or leak.
When the batteries are discharge, you need to recharge them immediately at 3.6 volts, which is the resting voltage.
Please do not short circuit or it will release massive current.
Do not play with fire! Do not dispose any kind of battery in or near any fire.
Do not stack more than one battery as it may potentially blowout and cause serious damage to yourself and place. Notes: We do not recommend stacking more than one battery in your device because it may potentially blowout and cause serious harm.
Always check battery’s condition to see if there are signs of wear and tear. If there is, please dispose the battery
Do not dispose batteries into the trash as it is against the state’s laws.