Lidl:Tronic Rapid Charger TLG1000 C4 £13.99 @ Lidl instore - HotUKDeals
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I bought one these today at Lidl. The charger appears to be based on the same engine as an Ansmann Energy 8 charger which I've found in my experience to be a competent and reliable charger which has looked after my NiMH and NiCad stock, even my old 20 year old Tandy and Boots NiCads. The Ansmann 8 is about £40 (I have one of those too but only two positions work after a spillage) Reviews of the Lidl Tronic TLG 1000 C4 seem favourable.

I can't find the deal online and don;t know which stores are participating and betwwen which dates but one can find a manual for the TLG 1000

It states:
C4 For use with Ni-MH and Ni-Cad rechargeable batteries
Charges up to 8 batteries simultaneously
Intelligent voltage-dependent charge control with optimised charging cycle
With discharge function for consistently high battery performance
Trickle charging with Delta-U voltage monitoring
Rapid capacity test via LCD display – for 9V block batteries via LED
Fully automatic rechargeable battery recognition
With shut-off timer
Suitable for worldwide use with 100-240V input voltage
Overload and reverse polarity protection
Batteries not included
Rechargeable battery type (Ni-MH/Ni-Cd)
Micro (AAA)
Mignon (AA)
Baby (C)
Mono (D)
9V block
Capacity (mAh): 150-1000 / 600-2500 / 1000-5000 / 1000-9000 / 100-200
Charge time (hrs) approx.: 0.53-3.5 / 0.85-3.5 / 1.4-7 / 1.4-12.6 / 2.3-4.6
Charge current (mA): 400 / 1000 / 1000 / 1000 / 60
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I bought one of these previously and it works really well. I have had batteries that other chargers failed to charge but this does some sort of deep discharge job and then charges so worth buying.
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Voted hot, have one like it. Maybe not as good as the Wizard? (3x cost) but I found that too complex setting charge/discharge currents when I just want to plug in some batteries quickly for the kids and have them ready. This charges 6x AAs pretty well/quickly.
Gave that to my cousin... ;)
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Ingot this a few weeks ago, batteries last longer when used with this device.
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Woah ! A battery nerd ! Thanks battery nerd.
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Woah ! A battery nerd ! Thanks battery nerd.

No thanks gaming nerd.
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Does anyone know if the TLG1000 or TLG500 battery charger require a pure sine wave input (like from an inverter in a caravan, for example)?
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Sorry, I don't know Ben.It's still in warranty so I'm not opening it up to look at the electronics, but listening with a stethoscope it does sound like there's PWM chopping going on in there though from the harmonics. I have different chargers for different power supply situations mains, interrupted mains, DC, nbit i have no access to stepwise linear supply so can't check it for you. If you aren;t using C or D cells, there are some excellent chargers on the market which would be more compact, lighter (to reduce payload if your caravan is mobile) and tolerant of different supply situations.

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