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asked by Derek Fernandes on December 12, 2011
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No battery tester can instantly tell you how much capacity is left in the battery. When you first insert a battery into the BC-700, its terminal voltage is displayed on the LCD panel. From this number you can tell the relative 'fullness' of the battery. For examples: if the number is 1.30V or higher, the cell is almost fully charged. If it is 1.20V or lower, it is exhausted.
NLee the Engineer answered on January 22, 2012
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That's like driving up to a gas station and expecting the pump to know how many gallons your tank holds. All it and the charger know is how much it's just put in.
Keith Blodgett answered on January 29, 2012
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If the battery is functional at all it will have voltage to it. You can buy a simple battery tester. Now I know this and I have seen it happen Say for instance you leave a flash light on and forget to turn it off. That rechargeable battery will be stone cold dead. You put it into the lacrosse and it cannot recognize it because it has zero voltage. Never ever throw that battery away. Put it in a dumb charger that will power it for say 10 mins or so no matter what come back and put it in the LaCrosse and Bingo Presto the dead lives again. Battery gets to live another day.
George Brons answered on November 4, 2013
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SomeDude answered on September 1, 2013
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M. Bennett answered on December 24, 2013
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