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Titanium Innovations MD-3000 4-bay Universal Ultra Fast Smart Battery Charger with LCD Display - NiMH 9V, AA, AAA, AAAA, C, D - AC 100-240V + DC Adapters

Titanium Innovations MD-3000 4-bay Universal Ultra Fast Smart Battery Charger with LCD Display - NiMH 9V, AA, AAA, AAAA, C, D - AC 100-240V + DC Adapters
Titanium Innovations MD-3000 4-bay Universal Ultra Fast Smart Battery Charger with LCD Display - NiMH 9V, AA, AAA, AAAA, C, D - AC 100-240V + DC Adapters
Titanium Innovations MD-3000 4-bay Universal Ultra Fast Smart Battery Charger with LCD Display - NiMH 9V, AA, AAA, AAAA, C, D - AC 100-240V + DC Adapters
Titanium Innovations MD-3000 4-bay Universal Ultra Fast Smart Battery Charger with LCD Display - NiMH 9V, AA, AAA, AAAA, C, D - AC 100-240V + DC Adapters
Titanium Innovations MD-3000 4-bay Universal Ultra Fast Smart Battery Charger with LCD Display - NiMH 9V, AA, AAA, AAAA, C, D - AC 100-240V + DC Adapters
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Titanium Innovations MD-3000 4-bay Universal Ultra Fast Smart Battery Charger with LCD Display - NiMH 9V, AA, AAA, AAAA, C, D - AC 100-240V + DC Adapters
Titanium Innovations MD-3000 4-bay Universal Ultra Fast Smart Battery Charger with LCD Display - NiMH 9V, AA, AAA, AAAA, C, D - AC 100-240V + DC Adapters
Titanium Innovations MD-3000 4-bay Universal Ultra Fast Smart Battery Charger with LCD Display - NiMH 9V, AA, AAA, AAAA, C, D - AC 100-240V + DC Adapters
Titanium Innovations MD-3000 4-bay Universal Ultra Fast Smart Battery Charger with LCD Display - NiMH 9V, AA, AAA, AAAA, C, D - AC 100-240V + DC Adapters
Titanium Innovations MD-3000 4-bay Universal Ultra Fast Smart Battery Charger with LCD Display - NiMH 9V, AA, AAA, AAAA, C, D - AC 100-240V + DC Adapters
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Description
Titanium MD3000 AA/AAA/C/D/9V Universal Rapid Charger for Ni-MH Batteries

The MD3000 is one of the finest Universal Smart Chargers in the world. Utilizing highly advanced circuitry to maximize your battery investment the MD3000 will safely and quickly charge today's high capacity Ni-MH batteries.

State of the art Features:
  • The MD-3000 is FAST. Most 'fast' chargers will take 4-6 hours to charge a 2700mAh AA battery and 14-16 to charge a 10000mAh D cell; the MD-3000 will charge the same AA about 1.5 hours and the D cell in about 6 hours.
  • Precision Microprocessor controller accurate to within .001V keeps battery temperatures low while charging fast.
  • Backlit LCD display indicates charge level.
  • Integrated Battery Conditioning; discharge and charges your batteries at the press of a button restoring your batteries to their optimal condition and eliminating any memory effect.
  • Micro Pulse Charging ensures the fastest, coolest and most efficient possible charge enhancing battery life.
Six Independent Charge Channels
  • Charge just about any combination of AA/AAA/C/D and 9V batteries regardless of capacity and charge state. The MD-3000 works on yesterdays batteries, today's batteries and tomorrow's batteries!
LCD and LED Charge Status Display
  • Contains both an elegant, indigo backlit LCD displays charge status for the AA/AAA/C & D battery channels using a series of 4 'bars' (25/50/75/100%) to indicate charge percentage and red/green LED indication for the 9V channels.
Genius Battery Protection -beyond smart charging
  • Negative Delta V (-∆V) Voltage Charge Termination
  • Fail Safe Timer & Thermal Protection Charge Termination
  • Short Circuit & Input Voltage Detection/Protection
  • Reverse Polarity, Alkaline Battery & Defective Battery Detection/Protection
Ready to Travel
  • 100-240 50/60 Hz Auto-switching AC Power Adapter
  • 12VDC Car Cord
  • CE & ETL certified. RoHs & FCC Compliant.


PLEASE NOTE: This charger is for Ni-MH batteries only! The charger will not charge Ni-Cd batteries.
Specifications
Charge Channels:4
Supported Chemistries:Ni-MH
Compatible Battery Sizes:9V, AA, AAA, AAAA, C, D
Charge Current:1700mA
Batteries Included:No
Product Certifications:CE, ETL, FCC, RoHS
Brand:Titanium Innovations
Warranty:Battery Junction 30-Day Warranty, Titanium 1 Year Warranty
Return Policy:Battery Junction Return Policy
Product Weight:20oz
Product Dimensions:7.5" (L) x 8.75" (W) x 4.25" (H)
MPN:MD-3000-CHARGER
Country of Origin:CN
Reviews
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68% Recommend this product (19 of 28 responses)
By Wes
Hamlet, NC
August 21, 2017
Great Charger
This charger is great for home use, had to order a second one. Charges quickly and handles most batteries for home use.
ConsNone I have found.
By reybo
Charlottesville VA
May 22, 2017
Seems to have faults
This worked exactly as described the first time I re-charged 8 (brand new from Amazon) M2cPower NIMH D cells. Thereafter, it's been spotty with these same cells, charging two or three at a time but not 4, sometimes requiring a battery be switched from one charging slot to another before it shows up in the status window. And the two tiny sidelights seldom perform. Scraping any possible oxidation off all 24 contacts made no difference. In the end I can get all 8 re-charged, just not as conveniently as the first time.
ProsEasy to use, excellent price, opens the world of all small NIMH cells to us.
ConsNot totally reliable.
By Bob
Alaska
February 24, 2017
I can finally charge D cell batteries from 2 power sources
I recently decided to put my three old and unused Maglite D cell flashlights back into service by upgrading the old Krypton bulbs with LED bulbs. Unfortunately that also meant buying D cell batteries. I decided to go with rechargeable NiMh batteries rather than alkalines for all three of the flashlights but not a single one of my 15+ chargers that I have collected over the years could handle D cells. I decided to buy this particular charger in large part because it will charge from 110 Volt AC or 12 Volt DC. This is a crucial consideration if you ever need to charge batteries during an extended power outage. I bought some NiMh batteries and now my 30 year old Maglite flashlights are once again back in service and cranking out the light. My Streamlight Siege lanterns and a 40 year old Radio Shack short wave radio are next for the NiMh upgrade now that I have a way to keep them charged up and ready to go.
ProsAbility to charge batteries from both AC and DC power sources Good capacity for both C and D cells
ConsNone that I can find
By Dennis
Rochester, NY
February 10, 2017
Most versatile for the money
I have had Titanium battery chargers, and they are competent. Occasionally, they are fickle with reading batteries (they will decide a battery is "bad" even when it is not). But, they do an excellent job at charging batteries, and they do not ruin the batteries like cheaper chargers have. I have had cheaper chargers that charge a battery in 15 minutes, but they ruin such batteries. Nor does this thing take forever and a day--I have had cheap chargers that literally took all day to charge 4 AA batteries from about a third down to full charge. Charging 4 AA batteries from about 1/3 down takes about 2 hours to go from 1/3 down to full; 4 D batteries can take 4 to 6 hours. Yes, there are better chargers out there. But, they are usually twice or more of the list price of the Titanium, and can take the same amount of time to charge your batteries. As I have never tried those ultra-expensive chargers, I do not know the reliability of those things. Will they die after a few dozen chargers, or last for decades in normal use? With the Titanium, I have had one die on me (the power brick popped open for no reason, without any signs of explosion or excessive heat, and the charger went totally dead even with another brick hooked up) out of 4 of these left on 24/7, thunderstorms and all, since around 2010. I also recommend similar products such as the 16 bay Titanium charger. These also have the same fickle nature about treating good batteries as "bad" at times, and out of three in use, none broke down. While those will not charge anything bigger than a AA battery, they do an excellent job with 16 AA batteries in individual units (no pairing them off, as with cheaper chargers). It usually takes around 2 hours to apply maintenance charge (down about 1/3) to full charge. And, in the event of a coming storm, I can throw in huge quantities of batteries in these things and be ready for a blackout. And, when we get one, I can pop in those batteries instead of wasting time and gas driving to the store to pick up batteries and candles that are probably out of stock.
ProsThis model: Charges all types of NiMH batteries individually, up to 4 at a time. Charges 9 V batteries (uses two bays to do this). Balanced charging time--not so slow that it takes all day to charge 4 AA batteries from down 1/3 to full, not so fast that it ruins batteries. Low cost for what you get. The 16 bay model: Charges AA or AAA NiMH batteries, individually, up to 16 at a time. Balanced charging time. You can charge huge quantities of batteries ahead of a storm, instead of going to the store to get alkaline batteries. Low price for what you get.
ConsMostly, the bad battery detector is fickle. Occasionally, it will either not recognize the battery or it will deem a good battery as "bad". Both models have this issue.
By Robert
Dumont, NJ
December 24, 2016
Gets Very Hot
Purchased this specifically to charge EBL, D Size, 10,000mah batteries used in a lantern I keep in my covered patio area. The charger worked fine and charged the batteries quickly. However, the batteries were very hot while charging. I ended up grabbing a small desk fan I had lying around and using it to cool the charger and batteries. I don't know how long this thing will last getting as hot as it does. Also worried it might be damaging the batteries because of the heat generated. I guess time will tell.
ProsCharges fast, Handles C and D size batteries
ConsWow does it get hot charging my D size batteries
By Kevin
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
August 31, 2016
NiMH Battery Charger
Easily the best battery charger I've owned.
ProsFast and Smart.
ConsNone.
By Sue
Boston, MA
August 2, 2016
Just starting to use, but it's great!
Have to swap out AA rechargeables frequently, using wireless mics. Impressed with the short charge time. First recharger I've used that actually got the charge up to 3 bars and it lasts at that level for a while. Unit and batteries do not heat up excessively. Like the LCD display for each battery and the discharge feature. Also like that the unit alerts you to dud batteries...have already tossed several oldies. Haven't tried other sizes of batteries, so can't speak to how well the charger works with those, but so far so good for our uses.
ProsFast and batteries keep the charge. Easy to use and easy to tell when batteries are ready.
ConsNone seen as of yet.
By Jason Raub
Grafton, Illinois
July 19, 2016
Works fine, avoid cheap batteries though.
The charger works fine, it's a fast charger though so don't put cheap batteries in unless you want to melt the charger. I put cheap triple a batteries in this charger & one of the battery holders started melting from the battery overheating, I caught it in time before any serious damage was done. By avoid cheap batteries I mean get batteries with a real & high mah rating, there are a lot of cheap fake rated mah batteries online that look real but weight less than they should and overheat causing any fast charger damage. Discharge option is pretty slow, it's mainly to condition batteries though so can't really complain. I got this charger for 10000mah tenergy d batteries, many chargers I found online could not handle 10000mah d batteries but this one could so I bought it. I think this charger beeps to tell you something is not right with the batteries you inserted, mine was beeping when the cheap triple a batteries were inserted so I think it's a warning you should listen to that I did not know to listen to at the time.
ProsCharges Fast. Can Swap A Charged Battery Out Real Time & Insert A Dead One While The Rest Are Charging. I Think It Beeps To Warn You Of Bad Batteries.
ConsIf You Insert Cheap Batteries It Can Melt The Charger. Does Not Seem Like It's As Smart As A Smart Charger Should Be.
By Ron B.
Glendale, CA
June 4, 2016
Works well
Easy to charge and determine when charging is complete. Appears to be made of good quality materials.
ProsFunctions well.
ConsNone.
By Jade
Peoria, Illinois
April 27, 2016
Great charger!
I really like the meters showing how full each battery is. I wish it had a power down option though. With all batteries removed, the blue screen stays lit up. Unplugging it is the only option.
By Franz
Rhinebeck, NY
March 5, 2016
Titanium 6-bay Universal Ultra Fast Smart NiMH Battery Charger (MD-3000) - Charges 9V, AA, AAA, AAAA, C, D
Well, it's just a bit early to render a glowing report - received the larger portion of my $190.70 battery order today - first I've had any cells to charge. Thus far (= 4xD cells), the charger has performed admirably - - as somewhat expected. Time will be the Judge. ("Recommended", Yes/No a required field for submission - Due to mine's limited use, I'd have left said category Blank.)
ProsIT WORKED!
ConsNONE - Thus Far!
By Phoebe
Orlando, Fl
February 27, 2016
A fine product that works as advertised.
Charges much more quickly than my previous charger.
ProsGood indicators of charging progress.
ConsNote that it will simultaneously charge a maximum of four AAA, AA, C , D batteries. There are in addition two 9v charging ports.
By Roger
Winnetka, California
November 7, 2015
Best Battery Charger I've Used
I've had the MD-3000 for several days now. It has successfully charged everything from a single 800mAh AAA to for 10,000mAh D's. It truly has four independent channels.
ProsOperates as advertised
ConsThe power supply cord is very thin. I've seen bigger cords on mobile phone charger. It works fine, but I can foresee durability problems.
By Greg
Chester, VA
June 3, 2015
Well made, great features, and charges fast!
Great features and the fastest charger I've ever had.
By Keyop
Mississauga, Ontario
April 23, 2015
Risk Of Overheating
I purchased this charger nearly a year ago. It have since been replaced & no longer used. It charges standard size NiMH batteries O.K., but the real test comes when attempting to charge 4 D-Size 2500mAh all at once. First there's an ongoing high pitch noise, & as time goes on, the charger gets extremely hot. I feel a small cooling fan with air vents should've been integrated into the charger design. I do not recommend leaving this charger unattended for long periods when charging large capacity batteries.
By Baxter
NY
April 8, 2015
Charges great
Seems to charge the batteries that I use (AA, AAA, and D) with no problems.
ProsAutomatic and discharge feature.
By Charles
Muncie, IN
March 24, 2015
Functions As Advertised
I purchased this unit to recharge some new C & D size NiMH batteries that I'd acquired for use in my wife's flameless candles. The charger appears to be well-built and should have a realistic operating life. Charging times for both battery sizes were per the quoted specifications.
Prosexpensive, but appears to be worth the money
Consnone, so far
By Joel
Michigan
February 12, 2015
Great Product
I have owned this for over a year now and love it! I use it primarily for high capacity D cell batteries. I really like the fact that it charges each battery individually. The discharge feature works well too.
By Derek Gabrielsen
United States
January 13, 2015
Awesome
I was a little apprehensive about spending this much on a charger, but it is great. Awesome value and a great product
ProsValue Display
Consnone
By DOUG
LAKE STEVENS, WA
November 18, 2014
GREAT CHARGER
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By Scott Brooks
Albuquerque, NM
November 4, 2014
Good Value for the Money
The charger readily accepts and charges the 5 battery sizes.
ProsEasy battery insertion for the AA~D batteries.
ConsThe 9v has only the LED light charge indicator and not a bar display like the others. The 9v clip looks like it would be hard to replace as it is imbedded in the plastic case. If the clip ever wore out you would have to disassemble the case to get at the clip and I'm not sure if it could be replaced if attempted. May require soldering iron to replace. Too bad it can't charge the Lithium types.
By Eric
December 28, 2013
Great when it worked
The unit worked great but then stopped powering on, the AC adapter smelled like smoke. Unfortunately these adapters are $19 to replace.
By Gene Harris
September 6, 2013
MD-3000 Charger
Of all the chargers I have bought and used over the years, this is the best. I use it with a 100 watt solar panel and even with \"D\" cell batteries I get a 6 to 8 hour charge time. Others don\'t even come close, with several chargers taking up to 2 days to recharge the 10,000 mA hour batteries. The company is fantastic to deal with and any problems are resolved usually within 2 days.I\'ve only had to return 1 item in 2 years.
By Dennis
January 13, 2013
Best charger I have seen yet
I bought one of these chargers because it seemed like a robust charger for different NiMH batteries. With threatening energy crises, I know one day I am going to be relying on rechargeable D batteries frequently for light, so I needed a charger for these batteries. I ended up getting 3 of them so I could recharge more than one D battery at a time. Yes, they do take 6 hours to fully charge. I actually tested this thing out, and it actually works. It also keeps the batteries from going bad before their time--I have had more mainstream AA chargers from supermarkets, and even the \"premium(??)\" chargers would ruin batteries after about 100-150 cycles. This charger keeps charging them without ruining them. One more thing to think about when using them for emergencies if the dollar also becomes worthless or batteries become impossible to find. And yes, I did try a mainstream D charger. I placed some D batteries into that thing, and it took forever for the batteries to come out fully charged. It took twice as long in the mainstream charger as it did in the Titanium MD-3000. Yes, the price was about half the Titanium--but I don\'t want unevenly charged batteries or batteries only half charged if I only get 6-12 hours between rolling blackouts. Nor do I want to waste batteries on chargers that only ruin batteries. Plus, you can charge batteries independently on this charger. I can place 4 batteries with different charge levels in the charger, and see which ones reach full charge. Then I can remove those batteries and put new ones in, while the others continue charging until they too are done. That is a handy feature if you are panic-charging batteries in the event of a windstorm--far better than going to a store to buy D batteries only to find them all gone or there is pushing and shoving to get the last package. I believe that, unless you have ample quantities of these chargers, you are not truly prepared for the next big storm or energy crisis.
By Daniel
May 6, 2012
generally good
charger seems to work well with new batteries, although my eneloop AA & accuevolution D cells were hot at end of cycle; AAA seems cooler at end of cycle discharge function seems difficult to initiate - it seems to work only with batteries that detect as not-fully-charged on insertion MD-3000 does not charge really old and weak batteries immediately (detects as defective); I would charge these with a Maha MH-C401FS to full, then insert into MD-3000 and immediately initiate discharge cycle; this seems to restore capacity and strength to these old batteries
By Ulka
May 15, 2011
Nothing Works Better
This is the best smart charger I have ever used! I\'ve had one for a year of regular use and I really like how it charges batteries precisely and quickly! And even the 9v battery slots charge quickly and gives you an actual charge complete light. I bought a second one so I can charge larger sets on batteries at the same time. Also the way it charges cells individually instead of needing to be in sets of 2 or 4 so each cell gets conditioned independently so they\'re equalized. I give it 5 stars since I can\'t think of anything to criticize it on. This one is very advanced and has done great with my batteries. It brings the batteries up quickly and the display shows you how full they are as they charge. Don\'t buy cheap grade rechargeable batteries for this though! They may not like the high charge rate too much and have a short life. The batteries can get really warm, but not to where I think it\'s bad for the battery, but I suggest using it in a cool area; too much heat means less battery life overall. I\'ve been an electronics tech for nearly 3 decades and know a lot about the battery chemistry differences and charging technologies out there from servicing fixed-end and portable telecom equipment in commercial and military usage. The availability of really good smart chargers for average consumers is pretty bad. Most of the ones I see at stores are primitive junk and online you have to do some searching to find a good one and this one tops my list. If you\'ve had bad past experiences with rechargeable batteries not lasting very long or going bad quickly it\'s because you had a horrible cheap charger and or batteries. I have over 10 year old Ni-Cad batteries that still work fine. Back in the 90\'s I was using a MicroTac cell phone smart charger with a voltage setting switch I adapted to charge sets of standard batteries.
By John
July 31, 2010
well worth it
I am very impressed with this charger. The cells come off the charger slightly warm, not hot like other chargers I have used, it\'s a model of simplicity, very easy to use and it charges all cell types ( AA, AAA, C and 10,000 mah D nimh) well within the claimed charging times. I wouldn\'t hesitate to recommend this charger to anyone.
By Bob
March 3, 2009
My first Charger
This was my first leap into rechargeables for my flashlight collection and some kids\' toys so I was looking for a charger that would do C and D cells. I initially wanted a charger with all the readouts and specs for the charged cells but in the end simplicity won out. This charger has the 4 seperate channels and I tested that but putting in 2 cells at different states of charge and both came right back up to top voltage. The peak voltage regulation seemed to be good as well. Batteries holders are well thought out for the different sizes and it truly is an automatic charger with a seperate indicator for each charging bay. The only nit pick I have is I wish it had a switch to turn off the bright blue display when there are no batteries being charged. Overall you can\'t go wrong with this one
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