is capable of charging 2 batteries simultaneously. Lithium Ion is usually referred to as Li-ion. Each of the two battery slots monitors and charges independently of one another. This means that you can have a set of four batteries and interchange them when they’re done charging. A handy trick for those vaporites out there. This charge has some safety features built in such as Over-voltage, over-discharging, short-circuit and reverse polarity protection. The Li-ion Battery Charger is meant for 3.7 volt rechargeable Li-ion batteries. If you want, you can check out our selection of Li-Ion batteries (Imren & MXJO).
Its nice to have a few of these on hand as every once in awhile the coils do burn out and will need to be replaced. This typically happens when someone tries to clean out the ceramic base breaking the coil or by over packing the Glass Globe Replacement Coil with concentrates.We now carry to coil options for the units mentioned below, pick from:- Stainless Steel - With a wide opening to hold wax or thick oils- Ceramic - The original coil system for dry herb or waxThe Glass Globe Replacement Coil can be used with the following products:- Glass Globe Atomizer Tank- LED Glass Globe Atomizer Tank- Aquamizer Vaporizer Bubbler
These batteries can be charged with any LiIon battery charger with 4.2V output. They come in the following sizes:MXJO IMR 18350 - 700mAh 10.5AMXJO IMR 18500 - 1000mAh 15AMXJO IMR 26650 - 3500mAh 35A
Keep your the Black Hawk Panzer Mod runnin' longer with a MXJO IMR High Drain Battery. Either the MXJO IMR 18500 (1000mAh 15A) or a MXJO IMR 26650 (3500mAh 35A) would be the perfect match!
MXJO IMR High Drain Battery Specifications:- Capacity: 700mAh – 3500mAh- Nominal Voltage: 3.7V- Max Continuous Discharge Current: 10.5A – 35A- Max Pulse Discharge Current: 14A – 60A- Operating Discharge Temp: -10 TO 60 DEGREES Celcius- Cycle Lifespan: Over 500 CyclesThings to note about MXJO IMR High Drain Batteries:- Recharge empty batteries (resting voltage ~3.6V) as soon as possible.- Do not over-discharge/overcharge- Leaving Li-Ion batteries in discharged state will incur irreversible damage (capacity/cycle loss)- Do not short circuit (could release a current over-surge)- Do not dispose of in fire.