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    Default Overview: All eneloop batteries; 2005-2014

    I have collected this info over the last couple of years and wanted to share the info here.



    In the table above, at a certain point eneloop decided not to RATE the batteries anymore, but only mention the Minimum mAh. therefore I copied the Min. into the Rated box


    Reading the manufacturing date:

    On the side of every original eneloop battery you can find a date code embossed. You can decipher it.
    The code doesnt have any color, so you might have to look really up-close.
    Example: 08-03YX
    the first 2 numbers indicate the year: 08=2008
    the next 2 numbers indicate the month: 03=March

    So, these HR-3UTG batteries are made in March 2008. (the 1st generation)

    Please feel free to comment on anything you see, if there are any spelling mistakes, better descriptions or whatsoever, please let me know, so I can update the list.
    I made this list for a good overview, as people ask about Eneloop batteries in many threads..
    Last edited by ChibiM; 01-22-2014 at 04:41 AM.

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    ENELOOP CODING

    Standard Eneloop
    models:

    1
    st Generation Eneloop model numbers and specs

    AAA: HR-4UTG 1000cycles Rated 800mAh. Min. 750mAh
    ....AA: HR-3UTG 1000cycles Rated 2,000mAh. Min. 1,900mAh
    .......C: HR-2UTG 1000cycles Rated 3,200mAh. Min. 3,000mAh
    .......D: HR-1UTG 1000cycles Rated 6,000mAh. Min. 5,700mAh

    2nd Generation Eneloop model numbers and specs
    AAA: HR-4UTGA 1500cycles Rated 800mAh. Min. 750mAh
    ...AA: HR-3UTGA 1500cycles Rated 2,000mAh. Min. 1,900mAh

    3rd Generation Eneloop model numbers and specs
    AAA: HR-4UTGB 1800cycles Rated 800mAh. Min 750mAh
    ...AA: HR-3UTGB 1800cycles Rated 2,000mAh. Min 1,900mAh

    4th Generation Eneloop model numbers and specs*10
    AAA: BK-4MCC 2100cycels Min. 750mAh
    ...AA: BK-3MCC 2100cycels Min.1900mAh
    ......C: BK-2MGC 1000cycles Min.3000mAh
    ......D: BK-1MGC 1000cycles Min.5700mAh


    Other models:

    Eneloop LITE: 1st generation
    AAA: HR-4UQ 2000cycles Rated 600mAh. Min 550mAh
    ...AA: HR-3UQ 2000cycles Rated 1,000mAh. Min 900mAh

    Eneloop LITE: 2nd generation
    AAA:
    BK-4LCC 5000cycles Min 550mAh
    ...AA:
    BK-3LCC 5000cycles Min 900mAh

    Eneloop XX: 1st generation*4
    AAA: not existing

    ...AA: HR-3UWX 500cycles Rated 2,500mAh. Min 2,400mAh
    ...AA: HR-3UWXA
    500cycles Rated 2,500mAh. Min 2,400mAh (these are 1st gen, sold in China, they added the letter A)

    Eneloop XX: 2nd generation *4
    AAA:
    HR-4UWXB 500cycles Min 900mAh
    ...AA: HR-3UWXB 500cycles Min 2,450mAh

    Eneloop XX: 3rd generation *4
    AAA:
    BK-4HCC 500cycles Min 900mAh
    ...AA: BK-3HCC 500cycles Min 2,450mAh

    Eneloop PLUS
    AAA: not existing
    AA: HR-3UPT 1800cycles Rated 2,000mAh. Min 1,900mAh

    Special editions:*7
    AAA: not existing
    ...AA: HR-3UTGA-8TN: Tones (Japan November 2009) (only available in 8 pack)

    AAA: HR-4UTGA-8SL
    ...AA: HR-3UTGA-8*8SL: glitter tones: (Japan November 2010) (only available in 8 pack)

    AAA: HR-4UTGB-8C
    ...AA: HR-3UTGB-8*6C*5 :Chocolat tones (Japan Nov 2011) (only available in 8 pack)

    AAA: HR-4UTGB-8D
    ...AA: HR-3UTGB-8D Disney (Japan 2012) (available in 4 and 8 pack)

    AAA: not existing
    ...AA: HR-3UTGB-8DL: Disney Love (Japan 2012) (only available in 8 pack)

    AAA: HR-4UTGB-8U
    ...AA: HR-3UTGB-8U : Tones Uomo (Japan Sep 2012) (available in 4 and 8 pack)

    AAA: HR-4UTGB-8R
    ...AA: HR-3UTGB-8R : Tones Rouge (Japan Sep 2012) (available in 4 and 8 pack)

    AAA: not existing
    ...AA:
    HR-3UTGB-8D2: Disney 2 (Japan Oct 2012) (only available in 8 pack)

    AAA: not existing
    ...AA: HR-3UTGBTPE: Tropical (Europe Nov 2013) (only available in 8 pack)


    AAA: BK-4MCC/8GL: Glamorous (Japan Nov 2013) (available in 4 and 8 pack)
    ....AA: BK-3MCC/8GL
    : Glamorous (Japan Nov 2013) (available in 4 and 8 pack)

    At one point, Eneloop decided not the use their Rating anymore, and only their Minimum mAh.. therefore I didnt include the Ratings anymore with some batteries.



    Last edited by ChibiM; 02-25-2014 at 03:55 AM. Reason: updated info

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    LSD Rating

    Standard eneloop (classic eneloop)
    1st generation:
    HR-4UTG: AAA(85% Claimed capacity after *31 year, *2date: November 2005) *9
    HR-3UTG ...AA (85% Claimed capacity after *31 year, *2date: November 2005)
    HR-2UTG C (*1 date: 2007)
    HR-1UTG D (*1 date: 2007)
    Can be used in weather as low as -10degrees

    2nd generation:
    HR-4UTGA: AAA (75% Claimed capacity after *33 years, *2date: November 2009)
    HR-3UTGA: ...AA (75% Claimed capacity after *33 years, *2date: November 2009)
    Can be used in weather as low as -20degrees

    3rd generation:
    HR-4UTGB: AAA (70%Claimed capacity after *35 years, *2date: November 2011)
    HR-3UTGB: ...AA (70%Claimed capacity after *35 years, *2date: November 2011)

    4th generation:
    BK-4MCC: AAA (70%Claimed capacity after *35 years, *2date: April 2013)
    BK-3MCC: ...AA (70%Claimed capacity after *35 years, *2date: April 2013)
    BK-2MGC:.......C (
    70%Claimed capacity after *35 years, *2date: April 2013)
    BK-1MGC:.......D (
    70%Claimed capacity after *35 years, *2date: April 2013)

    Eneloop LITE: 1st generation
    HR-4UTGA: AAA (75%Claimed capacity after *33 years, *2date: June 2010)
    HR-3UTGA:....AA (75%Claimed capacity after *33 years, *2date: June 2010)

    Eneloop LITE: 2nd generation
    BK-4LCC: AAA (70%Claimed capacity after *35 years, *2date: April 2013)
    BK-3LCC:....AA (70%Claimed capacity after *35 years, *2date: April 2013)


    Eneloop XX: 1st generation *4
    HR-3UWX: ...AA (75%Claimed capacity after *31 year, date: 2010)
    HR-3UWXA...AA
    (75%Claimed capacity after *31 year, date: 2010)(Chinese version of the 1st gen)

    Eneloop XX: 2nd generation *4
    HR-4UWXB: AAA (85%Claimed capacity after *31year, date: October 2012)
    HR-3UWXB: ..AA (85%Claimed capacity after
    *31year, date: October 2012)

    Eneloop XX: 3rd generation *4
    BK-4HCC: AAA (85%Claimed capacity after *31year, date: April 2013)
    BK-3HCC: ..AA (85%Claimed capacity after
    *31year, date: April 2013)


    Eneloop PLUS:
    HR-3UPT: .....AA (70%Claimed capacity after *35 years, date: November 2011)

    How to distinguish the 4 different generations:
    From outer appearance, you can see the difference in the following:
    1st generations didnt have a picture of a Crown
    2nd generations has this crown
    3rd generation has shiny metallic looking letters, and a Stripe underneath the crown.
    4th generation has PANASONIC written on its side, and eneloop underneath it in small font



    Explaining the numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4, as in HR-3UTG and HR-4UTG are simply stating the size of batteries used here in Japan.
    D size is 1
    C size is 2
    AA size is 3
    AAA size is 4

    Reading the manufacturing date:

    On the side of every original eneloop battery you can find a date code embossed. You can decipher it. (if yours doesn't have any, yours probably fake)
    The code doesnt have any color, so you might have to look really up-close.
    Example: 08-03YX
    the first 2 numbers indicate the year: 08=2008
    the next 2 numbers indicate the month: 03=March

    So, these HR-3UTG batteries are made in March 2008. (the 1st generation)
    Are my eneloops fake?
    By Appearance:
    for the older versions, some fakes were easy to spot, some less
    *spelling mistakes, in the word WASH (written as WAHS) and WATER (written as WATHER)
    *different colors around the + nipple of the cell, should be white; if its black, blue or anything else, its fake
    *there should be no ridge near the front end of the cell for newer cells after 2007
    *wrong capacity on the cells
    *if the cell doesn't have a datecode embossed on the side of each cell, they are fake

    By discharge:
    you`ll need a "smart-batterycharger" that has a display to see the mAh used while discharging. (examples are Maha and Lacrosse chargers)
    The first step is to (1).discharge all the cells.
    Check the mAh on your display. Note it down.
    (2).Charge the cell, and (3).discharge again. Write amount mAh down.
    If the discharge mAh are over 2200, or far below 1900 they are most probably fake. If the amounts arent so strange, you`ll have to wait. (4)Charge them full.
    Now you`ll need to leave them for about a month untouched, and do another (5).discharge with 1 battery.
    Check the difference between the 2nd discharge and this one,
    if the difference is big, then you`ll probably have fakes. (you can double check with 1 other cell)
    If it lost about 10% of charge, they are not the real deal.
    But if it still doesnt seem too bad, and within borders, you can leave it for another month orso, and do the discharge with the ones that hasnt been discharged yet since.

    Venting holes:
    Since the first generation Eneloop had 4 venting holes at the Positive side of the battery.
    They continued this with their 2nd generation in 2009, until November 2010, when they started to ship them without venting holes.
    See the pictures below, 2nd generation standard eneloops HR-3UTGA with venting holes.
    My 3d generation AAA also has venting holes.



    *1= I couldnt find the actual date of production and couldn’t find the claimed % after a year
    *2= production date and available date in storage might differ from place to place
    *3= years of storage, not being used.
    *4=Eneloop XX named on western market 2010, Eneloop Pro on Japanese market 2011.
    *5=C stands for Chocolate, D stands for Disney, DL stands for Disney Love,TN stands for tones, SL ?? Glitter ? dont know why the S here.
    *6=number 4 or 8 stands for the number of cells included in the package
    *7=they are only special as far as appearance, the cells are actually the same as the normal white ones. The codes of the cells are the same, just the last 1 or 2 letters will be different according to the print
    *8=not sold in other amounts than 8 per pack
    *9=In Japan someone tested 3 year old 1st gen. eneloops and got still over 80% after 3 years of storage
    *10=Panasonic decided to re-do the Eneloop styling, and details from April 26, 2013 Therefore they have different codes!
    Last edited by ChibiM; 10-13-2013 at 08:25 PM.

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    I think a lot of people here have seen parts or all of this information at one point or another but it is really nice to have in one place. Thank You.

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    If you are looking for eneloop batteries, directly from Japan,
    I have a few eneloop packs for sale at CPFM


    Here the official announcement from a few months ago, that they were going to rebrand their eneloops..
    From April 26 to be precise
    Last edited by ChibiM; 01-12-2014 at 02:32 PM. Reason: updated link

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    Many thanks for the precise explanation.
    I'm now looking for Eneloop batteries in e-bay because in order to get them here in this country I need to get a loan from the bank, they sell them about 200% more expensive than in the internet..
    My problem with e-bay is that it is easy to get the fake ones.. and until you get them you can't know that.
    Do you know a e-bay dealer that sells the genuine ones? (you can PM if you don't want to expose the answer)
    Have a nice day.

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    What country are you from then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbid1962 View Post
    ..My problem with e-bay is that it is easy to get the fake ones.. and until you get them you can't know that.
    Do you know a e-bay dealer that sells the genuine ones? (you can PM if you don't want to expose the answer)
    --- Ricky Marek
    Check you PM box for a trustworthy Eneloop source way safer than eBay.

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    Edit: Voluntarily removed my post as "off topic." Please see my new thread.
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    I'm from the Galilee in Israel

    Local shops (related to photography) sell the XX for ~50 US$, the Standard ones are around 25US$.

    The official dealers do not sell the XX

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosoku Chikara View Post
    For example, I do not see the 500 cycle "limitation" of the Pro series as any kind of real limitation at all. It no doubt depends on your particular application, but in my case, I am almost never going to fully discharge my batteries within one week. That means that, given a 500 cycle "life," the Black Eneloop Pro batteries that I have recently purchased will last me for ten years! (Frankly, I do have all that much confidence that will even be alive by then!)

    And, Don't be "fooled" by the numbers. How may cycles are you going realistically ever use?
    If you want to talk realistic real-world use you shouldn't quote manufacturer claimed cycle life figures. Those are under ideal situations. You should cut that figure in half at the very least.

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    An Aside:

    I want to apologize to those who have already posted replies, but I happen to live in the mountains, where we have relatively poor internet access, at least when it comes to USA-based servers. So, I have found that the best way for me to successfully post on this forum, is for me to post a "Quick Reply" and then further edit that post "as I go."

    (Otherwise, I run the very real risk "losing the whole thing" after I have typed it.)

    Therefore, some of your comments above may have been written before I had finished my intended post.

    I must apologize for that.
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    Edit: Voluntarily removed my post as "off topic." Please see my new thread.
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    ChibiM, that's a great piece of info to have there. Thanks!
    Keep it between the ditches and the shiny side up.

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    Thank you for all you work in creating that database, would be nice as an excel spreadsheet share? I just bought 16 AA & 12 AAA, all new 3rd generation eneloops. I had read about the Panasonic rebranding, and increased cycles, but at 1800 advertised cycles, I was not about to wait. The 3rd generations are readily available on Amazon, but the only offerings for the 4th gens, were imports, this last week when I did my shopping. Nice job!

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    If you guys want to buy a few 4th generation AA eneloops, I have a few for sale on CPFM.

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    Does anyone have any idea if Amazon, Thomas, etc. are going to get the C and D cells whenever Panasonic decides to let the rest of the world have the 4th gen? And have there been any tests/verification of capacity on them yet?

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    Default Re: Overview: All eneloop batteries; 2005-2013

    I seem to recall seeing a photo of an Eneloop D cell that had been opened, and it was found to contain 3 x AA cells.

    (I believe you can find that photo somewhere on CPF. I have no idea about their C cells.)
    My avatar photo is that of a small handmade toy boat that propels itself along the water in a realistic "chug-chug" kind of motion, yet is powered entirely by CandlePower. (Japanese children used to make them out of various types of junk, but now they are largely a "lost art.")

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    You're right, somehow I missed this.

    http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/...-Cells-Exposed

    Wonder why if they were going that route they didn't just sell separate holders for the cells? I would pay for good AA to D or AAA to C holders were such available... but it seems that at least for D size all you can get is two AA to a D unless you make your own. Would be way more flexible than the arrangement shown in those pics.

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    Eneloop XX are sold with different numbers in different countries.. which might cause confusion....at least it confused me.

    These are all HR-3UWXB, 2nd generation XX/PRO but with different packages.. 1 with Typ. mAh rating, others with Minimal mAh rating.




    Above left is the Chinese version, and right is the English version
    and below is the Japanese version.
    Last edited by ChibiM; 08-17-2013 at 05:18 AM.

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    Default Re: Overview: All eneloop batteries; 2005-2013

    All I see these days are the Panasonic Eneloop Pros...




    The Sanyo Eneloop Pros appear to be all sold out.

    Edit: I missed the point of your post. After your explanation below, I now I understand that you wanted to show the different packaging for the same battery, not the latest packaging. Sorry.
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    Default Re: Overview: All eneloop batteries; 2005-2013

    I know, i just showed the 2nd gen. XX .. with the different numbers.
    When I first saw 2550mAh, I was shocked because I thought they were fakes. Because since a while eneloop only showed Min.mAh, but China still shows the typ.mAh.
    So it will help when people come to this thread asking about eneloops with 2550mAh, that they know they are the same.

    China also called the first generation XX, HR-3UWXA, while everywhere else they don't have an A at the end, just UWX.

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    I just got two 8 packs of Glitters, each pack dated 09/12 off of WOOT.com for $37 shipped, with two cheap dumb chargers, one per pack.

    They look neat. I haven't opened them yet, to check the date codes on each battery, but I basically got two sets for the price of one, going by what the Glitters are selling for on Ebay.

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    Hey Guys,
    I need approximately 40AA and 10AAA rechargeable batteries, would like latest gen, good quality rechargeables, a charger and a multimeter.
    Suggestions and where to buy please?
    Cheers,
    kris

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    Quote Originally Posted by krisvm View Post
    Hey Guys,
    I need approximately 40AA and 10AAA rechargeable batteries, would like latest gen, good quality rechargeables, a charger and a multimeter.
    Suggestions and where to buy please?
    Cheers,
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    Where do you live, bra?

    If you're in the States, Target is blowing out their Duracell branded 'white top' Gen II Duraloops for $3.65 pack of 4 AA, or AAA, before tax. These are Gen II Eneloops, FWIW.

    Get a boatload of them before they're all gone and pick up a Maha C9000 with all the money you just saved.

    You're welcome.

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    Sounds like a great deal but I am in Australia - we get hammered here on value. Maha c9000 looks great. Better than Lacrosse BC 1000 hey? Best deal I can find at the moment is Sanyo XX AA for $AU 20 per a 4 pack delivered.

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    A few new batteries announced, and an 8-pack of Eneloop Pro announced... (first time in eneloop history )
    Available from November 29th. Only available in Japan...

    Eneloop Glamour: 4 and 8 packs. For the gals among us



    Eneloop PRO 8 pack:

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    Default Re: Overview: All eneloop batteries; 2005-2013

    Chibi, do you consider adding info on the Duraloops?

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    The glamour ones look absolutely gorgeous but I am very satisfied with my regular glitter eneloops. Several friends and relatives have remarked how cool they look without me asking, just when I had to get batteries for a device. Only in Japan would they care about the colors of batteries that you don't see when using devices.... But I can get on the bandwagon with that! Haha

    It would be nice if you could get a 4 pack of one color of your choice

    We don't have colored batteries in the US the only ones I remember are those pink breast cancer energizer alkalines

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    We need a flashlight made from transparent aluminium to show off all these cool looking Eneloops...

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