The Hohm Tech SCHOOL² 2A Mic-USB Charger is a dual-bay intelligent battery charger, incorporating features like the Battery Length Detection System, OV² Activation, and is compatible to efficiently charge all Li-Ion cells. Spreading a modest 2A charge amongst both slots, the Hohm Tech SCHOOL² 2A Mic-USB Charger is able to provide charging to two cells of Li-Ion composition, efficently lending 1A per hour of charge to each bay reliably. This is paired with the Battery Length Detection System and the OV² Activation to detect the size of each cell, intelligently sending power to recharge the cell and potentially revive dead or dying batteries. This OV² Activation level enables at 0.5V, jump-starting older or batteries that have gone a length without recharge.
Hohm Tech SCHOOL² 2A Mic-USB Charger Features:
Dimensions - 100mm by 60mm by 29mm
2-Bay Battery Charger
Two-Tier Battery Bridge System
Spring-Loaded Sliding Battery Charging Platform
Independently Charging and Monitoring
Charging Output Current - 2 Bay - 1A Per Bay
Battery Length Detection System - BLD System
OV² Activation - Ensures Low Charge Cells Charge from 0.5V to 4.2V
Input-Power Autonomous Regulator Integration
Compatible with ALL Li-Ion Cells
Colored LED Indicator Light
Over Charge Protection
Wrong Battery Type Detection
Reverse Polarity Protection
1 SCHOOL² Battery Charger
1 MicroUSB Cable
1 User 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.
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.
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.