You can't charge them in parallel.Is there a one chip easy to use charger that I can set mAmps and voltage to charge?
I need to charge two, 9V NiMH batteries, 200 mAh each in parallel.
Never parallel connect batteries because it's dangerous. They are never exactly matched so one battery can be forcing current into the other. It's very bad practice.Why not? Isn't it the same as charging one 400 mAh battery?
I know that NiCd batteries can't be charged in serries or parallel.
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