I have a SkyRC T200 which is a polyvalent charger (it says it can charge LiPo, LiHV, LiFe, LiIon, NiMH, NiCd, PB) I can choose the charging voltage and amperage with that charger.
I have batteries to charge, like an electric screwdriver battery, or a car battery. It would be great to have only one charger for multiple devices.
I wonder if I can safely charge these batteries using that charger, given that I built safe connectors between the two (good connection and thick enough depending on amperage).
For example, for the car battery I would use a charging voltage of 12V and a 0.1*Capacity (C) for the amperage (as indicated in the charger manual).
My electric screwdriver battery has 14.4V indicated on it. When I look at the SkyRC manual, it says LiIon nominal cell voltage is at 3.6V. So I guess that the battery has 4 cells (3.6x4=14.4), so I would use the "4S" program for LiIon. For the amperage, I don't know. By researching I find 0.3*Capacity, but I'm not sure. Will it be okay to charge it using the program ?
Are there other things to consider? Like, maybe, stock chargers may have very specific charging patterns?