Mobile Charging Functions
The Panasonic BQ-CC87 features USB DC 5 V output, which uses stored battery power to charge mobile phones and other devices. Alkaline batteries can be used in Mobile Power mode to power other devices.
Note: Alkaline batteries cannot be charged in the BQ-CC87.
- Input type: USB
- Output type: USB
- USB cable included (USB-A, USB-micro B)
- Individual control
- Rapid charging
- Charging Time: Approx. 2.25 Hours (eneloop AA x 1 to 2), Approx. 4.5 Hours (eneloop AA x 3 to 4), Approx. 3 Hours (eneloop pro AA x 1 to 2), Approx. 6 Hours (eneloop pro AA x 3 to 4)
- Accepts AA x 1 to 4 / AAA x 1 to 4
- Light and Portable, Ideal for Backup Power
- Use Any AA Battery Type to Recharge Mobiles
- Smart Charge: Detects voltage and stops charging before overflow for longer battery life.
- 4-LED indicator (3 colors)
- Dimensions: 66 (W) x 85 (L) x 28.5 (H) mm
- Weight: 85 g (Excluding USB cable)
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How to Use
Place batteries in the slots according to the polarity position (+/-) indicated on each slot.
If a AAA battery is inserted from the (+) end first, the (-) terminal on the charger might be damaged.
Each battery charges individually.
You can charge any combination of one to four AA/AAA batteries.
Connect the USB cable to a USB terminal or a USB adapter for AC (not included).
Check the LED light on the unit:
Blinking: checking the batteries' status.
After a three-second battery status check, charging will start.
The charging status can be determined by the colour of the light.
Green light: charging
If the LED light keeps blinking:
Blinking red: invalid batteries (i.e., non-rechargeable batteries, or rechargeable batteries that are no longer working).
Blinking yellow: time to replace your rechargeable battery.
The battery is fully charged when the green light turns off. For your own safety, this charger has an automatic cut off function when all batteries are completely charged.
Charging times shown in the table are only indicative and can vary depending on temperature and battery status.