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    Default Test/review of EBL AA 2300mAh (White)

    EBL AA 2300mAh (White)



    Official specifications:
    • Nominal voltage: 1.2V
    • Capacity: 2300mAh



    Maximum temperature raise at different discharge currents: 1A:+1,7C, 2A:+3,7C, 3A:+6,6C, 5A:+12,5C, 7A:+18,8C, 10A:+27,0C





    Standard NiMH batteries.







    Discharge curves look good for NiMH batteries















    Conclusion

    This looks like good NiMH batteries.



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    The batteries was supplied by lightinthebox.com for review.

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    Default Re: Test/review of EBL AA 2300mAh (White)

    They seem to be doing pretty good! Curious how they do lsd wise and with many cycles. But this test looks positive.
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    I notice on the Amazon.uk site that these are shipped only charged to 20% "for shipping safety purpose", and advising that they should be fully charged before use. Does this really make sense for low self-discharge Ni-Mh batteries?

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    Default Re: Test/review of EBL AA 2300mAh (White)

    Quote Originally Posted by Dubois View Post
    I notice on the Amazon.uk site that these are shipped only charged to 20% "for shipping safety purpose", and advising that they should be fully charged before use. Does this really make sense for low self-discharge Ni-Mh batteries?
    Not exactly ready to use if only 20% available, And i don't remember NiMh being that much of a safety concern unless the li-ion safety craze has spread to NiMh.

    Eneloops are charged to 70 or 80% i cannot remember which.

    I will give EBL a miss.

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    Default Re: Test/review of EBL AA 2300mAh (White)

    Quote Originally Posted by TinderBox (UK) View Post
    And i don't remember NiMh being that much of a safety concern unless the li-ion safety craze has spread to NiMh.
    Depends on who you ask, I have seen DHL reject them due to their lithium content.
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