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Yes. However, using a cheap charger, one that has a timer, can damage the batteries and they always cause them to not last nearly as long. A smart charger measures the voltage among other indicators, to determine when the battery is fully charged. There some really good and/or expensive smart chargers and I have tried a few. Two of my favorites are the Titanium Innovations MD-1600L and the La Crosse BC-500. Both come with a car cigarette plug so it can be used on the go. The MD-1600L also has two USB ports, so I can charge two phones and 16 AA or AAA batteries all at once. Both of these chargers allow you to charge 1 battery at a time or use every slot. I hope this helps someone.
Jul 1, 2014 by Rifleman
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Yes they'll. If you have a charger capable of charging NiHM types of batteries you are good.
Jul 17, 2014 by Fernando
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Yes; as long as they are the right size. I use them ( AAA, AA, C, D AND 9 Volt ) in everything; mouse, keyboard, flashlights, smoke detectors, remotes of all kinds and kid's toys. They are great. Last a long time and recharge quickly. You won't be disappointed.
Jul 14, 2014 by George S.
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We are sorry but Panasonic does not state that these can be used with the older Sanyo chargers.
May 30, 2014 by Sarah
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I'm not sure, but I wouldn't advise it. Is the scanner able to charge lithium ion, and does it have auto shutoff capabilities?
Jul 17, 2014 by Anik
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