Charger may refer to:

  • NATO code name for the Tupolev Tu-144 supersonic transport
  • Convair Charger prototype light attack and observation aircraft which competed unsuccessfully for role filled by OV-10
  • Charger (table setting), decorative plates used to fancify a place setting
  • Charger (Transformers), a fictional character
  • Battery charger, a device used to put energy into a cell or battery
  • Capacitor charger, typically a high voltage DC power supply designed to rapidly charge a bank of capacitors in pulsed power applications
  • Whipped-cream charger, a cartridge designed to deliver nitrous oxide in a whipped cream dispenser
  • A common and chiefly British term for a Stripper clip, used in the reloading of firearms
  • A medieval war horse, such as the destrier, courser or rouncey
  • A type of special infected in Left 4 Dead 2.
  • The squadron name for US Navy Strike Fighter Squadron VFA-161.

In sports:

  • Gold Coast Chargers, an Australian rugby league team
  • San Diego Chargers, a professional American football team
  • Deccan Chargers, Indian cricket team
  • UAH Chargers, the mascot for UAH's collegiate sports

In cars:

  • Dodge Charger, three entirely different Dodge vehicles bearing the Charger nameplate
  • Chrysler Valiant Charger, produced by Chrysler Australia from 1971

Other articles related to "charger":

Super-Charged Network - Super-Charger Functionality
... A solution was implemented with the Super-Charger realization in an effort to reduce telecommunications signaling traffic ... The general concept behind the Super-Charger network is that the location registers in any visiting network do not delete subscriber data even after a subscriber leaves their control, by, for instance ...
HMS Charger (1894)
... HMS Charger was a Charger class destroyer which served with the Royal Navy ... She was launched by Yarrow Shipbuilders at Poplar, London on 15 September 1894, served in home waters and was sold off in 1912 ...
Super-Charged Network
... Super-Charged network, also known as a Super-Charger network, is a telecommunications term that refers to a particular standardized implementation of a 3GPP 3G telecommunications network. 3GPP has standardized Super-Charger networks in TS 23.116, the Super-Charger technical realization, and defines a Super-Charged network as a "UMTS network in which the ...
Creatures In The Half-Life Series - Creatures From Xen - Charger
... The Charger is an alien cut from Half-Life ... The Charger was to be a two-legged insect-like creature, with a small head dotted with two moving flapsthat could cover its head completlely ...
Chrysler Valiant Charger - Motor Sport
... The Valiant Charger was raced in Australia in an official capacity during 1971 and 1972, with most effort concentrated upon the annual Bathurst 500 mile touring car event ... the services of racing driver Leo Geoghegan to assist in the development of the Charger as a touring car racer ... The Charger won the the first race it entered, the Toby Lee 100 at Oran Park, driven by Doug Chivas ...