|Aware this may not be the right section, but couldn't find a better place for it. |
If anyone knows anything about batteries please answer. I recently got a Powermat induction charger. The main use for it is to charge electronics via induction to separately sold battery attachments and that I know is all good. But there is something else included with the package that induction charges to charger box (its called a powercube) and on the other end of the box is a standard mini usb which can be outfitted with the many different attachments (Sony, Micro USB, DS lite, etc..)
My question now, if I haven't complicated this too much: seeing as how all chargers have different charges, volts, hz, and what have you, designed specifically to the device, am I harming my batteries in all my devices since it is using one generic output, or is the device smart enough to regulate the power for each device.