Test/review of EBL AA 2300mAh (White)

HKJ

Flashaholic
Joined
Mar 26, 2008
Messages
9,715
Location
Copenhagen, Denmark
[size=+3]EBL AA 2300mAh (White)[/size]

DSC_1104.jpg


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

EBL%20AA%202300mAh%20(White)-info.png

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

DSC_1103.jpg


DSC_1105.jpg
DSC_1106.jpg


Standard NiMH batteries.

DSC_1107.jpg

DSC_1108.jpg

DSC_1109.jpg


EBL%20AA%202300mAh%20(White)-Capacity.png


Discharge curves look good for NiMH batteries

EBL%20AA%202300mAh%20(White)-CapacityTime.png


EBL%20AA%202300mAh%20(White)-CapacityTimeHours.png


EBL%20AA%202300mAh%20(White)-Energy.png


EBL%20AA%202300mAh%20(White)-PowerLoadTime.png


EBL%20AA%202300mAh%20(White)-CurrentTest.png


EBL%20AA%202300mAh%20(White)-Charge.png




[size=+3]Conclusion[/size]

This looks like good NiMH batteries.



[size=+3]Notes and links[/size]

The batteries was supplied by lightinthebox.com for review.

How is the test done and how to read the charts
Compare to other AA/AAA batteries: Alkaline/NiMH/Lithium
 

ChibiM

Enlightened
Joined
Aug 27, 2009
Messages
937
Location
Holland
They seem to be doing pretty good! Curious how they do lsd wise and with many cycles. But this test looks positive.
 

Dubois

Enlightened
Joined
Feb 12, 2012
Messages
660
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?
 

TinderBox (UK)

Flashlight Enthusiast
Joined
Jan 14, 2006
Messages
3,488
Location
England, United Kingdom
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.

John.
 
Top