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    Default Re: Overview: All eneloop batteries; 2005-2016

    Thomas Distributing is WONDERFUL !


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    Default Re: Overview: All eneloop batteries; 2005-2016

    What is the BEST charging rate for AAA Ni-MH 750mAh Enloops?

    I have seen .5C[1A] and 500mAh?

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    Default Re: Overview: All eneloop batteries; 2005-2017

    I'd go 500 mAh if those were your 2 options.

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    Default Re: Overview: All eneloop batteries; 2005-2017

    Only 1200 cycles what are these FAILED Eneloops??

    Panasonic Infinium AA Rechargeable Batteries - 2100 mAh - Pre-Charged

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-I...PKHBWSGYK169Q5

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    Default Re: Overview: All eneloop batteries; 2005-2017

    Although it would probably best to open a new thread for that, by how they look, they look like the Panasonic Evolta that are being sold in Japan. I havent checked their max life cycles. But i imagine them being the same cells.. Probably made in china?
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    Quote Originally Posted by muzicman82 View Post
    Hi all,

    I love this thread... although the reason I'm posting today is for your insight on an issue I have with eneloops.

    I have a lot of standard eneloop batteries, all purchased within the last 1-2 years.

    My biggest gripe with these is that it seems a lot of modern electronics are calibrated for alkaline voltage drop over time, and not NiMH... so some of my devices (electronic labeler for instance), shows low battery almost all the time. I usually just ignore it. However, some devices will stop functioning at a specific voltage, and when you test or put the batteries back in a charger, they appear to be 25-50% charged.

    Is there such a thing as NiMH batteries with higher nominal or fully charged voltage? How does everyone else handle this problem?
    Fenix has so USB rechargeable ones. 1.5v but in lithium-ion. Not ni-mh.
    https://www.fenix-store.com/fenix-ar...14500-battery/

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    Quote Originally Posted by muzicman82 View Post
    Hi all,

    I love this thread... although the reason I'm posting today is for your insight on an issue I have with eneloops.

    I have a lot of standard eneloop batteries, all purchased within the last 1-2 years.

    My biggest gripe with these is that it seems a lot of modern electronics are calibrated for alkaline voltage drop over time, and not NiMH... so some of my devices (electronic labeler for instance), shows low battery almost all the time. I usually just ignore it. However, some devices will stop functioning at a specific voltage, and when you test or put the batteries back in a charger, they appear to be 25-50% charged.

    Is there such a thing as NiMH batteries with higher nominal or fully charged voltage? How does everyone else handle this problem?
    Surprisingly i don't run into this problem often but i usually prefer to recharge the Eneloops when they are at 50% anyway to extend their life and recharge them in the C9000 since the charger will only charge to 90% and then top off the last 10% so they are never really overcharged.
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