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Hi! I just read the little manual that came with the charger. It says the charger has Individual Maximum Timer Control for overcharge protection. By the way, I love this charger and think it works very well. Hope that helps! :)
By Martha Andras on October 17, 2014
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You should never mix batteries with different capacity numbers in a set. The battery with lower capacity (1300mAh) will drag down the capacity of the higher ones (2300mAh). So the whole set can only deliver 1300mAh. Furthermore, as the weakest cell is depleted first, it will get reverse-charged by other cells. This can… see more You should never mix batteries with different capacity numbers in a set. The battery with lower capacity (1300mAh) will drag down the capacity of the higher ones (2300mAh). So the whole set can only deliver 1300mAh. Furthermore, as the weakest cell is depleted first, it will get reverse-charged by other cells. This can cause permanent damage in the weakest cell and make its capacity drop even further. see less
By NLee the Engineer on January 27, 2014
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regular volt. put this way I have 8 aaa and 8 aa. They still work work after 8 years. I use them in everything I use but stuff I use once every blue moon. Since it is a nad thing to leave batteries in stuff like that for sure. So besides my recharges. I have dollar tree sunbeam batteries. They work great and 8 for a bu… see more regular volt. put this way I have 8 aaa and 8 aa. They still work work after 8 years. I use them in everything I use but stuff I use once every blue moon. Since it is a nad thing to leave batteries in stuff like that for sure. So besides my recharges. I have dollar tree sunbeam batteries. They work great and 8 for a buck. I only use the energizer recharges. I hope this more than answers your question see less
By Randall Justice on August 18, 2015
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These rechargeable batteries (nickel metal hydride) will work fine in solar lights. The other option for solar lights would be ni-cad (nickel cadmium) batteries which have less capacity but are sometimes cheaper.
By SSG Scott on December 17, 2015 SELLER
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I second Roberto response !!!
By michael on July 1, 2014
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I'm sorry but I don't understand your question. The energizer batteries are rechargeable and although they may (or may not) be charged when you receive them, they will ultimately need to be recharged. An appropriate recharger is needed to continue to use them. If you do not have a recharger you will need to get one … see more I'm sorry but I don't understand your question. The energizer batteries are rechargeable and although they may (or may not) be charged when you receive them, they will ultimately need to be recharged. An appropriate recharger is needed to continue to use them. If you do not have a recharger you will need to get one or the batteries will be, or soon be, useless. see less
By Robert D. Beving on February 29, 2016