The Nitecore (aka Sysmax aka Jetbeam) I2 charger is a multi-chemistry battery charger that can charge lithium ion (18650, RCR123A, 14500, etc) and nickel-metal hydride (AA, AAA, C) cells. The I2 can charge two cells at a time while the I4 model has four bays. Both can use either AC or 12V DC inputs directly. This is the newest "2014" version.

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Screws are located under foam feet

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AC and DC power connectors

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Springs disconnected from sliding contacts

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Processor and crystal (IC marking has been removed)

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Empty footprint for component in AC power input circuit, apparently between fuse and bridge rectifier

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Probably battery current switching and measurement components.

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