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No it's only designed for the 18 volt.
Approximately 6amp @ 12vdc nom
If these have not had much use and the battery sat for a long time discharged, it is likely the battery dropped below the voltage that allows the charger to start the charging. Locate the plus and minus tabs on top of the battery stem, then use a multimeter to test the voltage --if it is lower than 18 then you may be able to hook a charged battery to the "defective" one long enough to get it to a voltage where it can be recognized properly by the charger. Charge the battery fully on the charger and This can sometimes bring a discharged battery back to life, then cycling it a couple times (full discharge, full charge)may bring it fully (or nearly so) back to specs.
No. Labeled for 18vdc
I have used this item with number batteries, and 12vdc AC supplies. It depends on the source, if there is enough amperage and or wattage, then the battery will charge normally.
Sorry BarefootAz, unless your cell phone runs on a 12 Volt Ryobi battery, you're out of luck.
It won't drain the battery any faster, however DC voltage and long distances do not go together. If all you will be running is the Charger, I recommend using minimum 14awg wiring. 12awg would be better.
Yes this will charge any Ryobi 18v battery.