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Panasonic BK-3MCCA8BA Eneloop AA 2100 Cycle Ni-MH Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries (Pack of 8)
- Recharge up to 2100 times
- Maintain up to 70% of their charge after 10 years (when not it use)
- 2000mAh type, 1900mAh min, Ni-MH pre-charged rechargeable battery
- Pre-Charged at the factory using solar power and ready to use
- No memory effect - batteries can be recharged when fully, or partially discharged
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eneloop Ready to Use Rechargeable Battery
Batteries can be recharged when fully, or partially drained. *eneloop charge capacity and mAh estimates based on Panasonic internal IEC 61951-2(7.3.2) testing. **Recharge cycles based on testing method established by IEC 61951-2(18.104.22.168). ***Solar energy charging as certified by The Green Energy Certification Center. eneloop batteries need a charger to be recharged. Panasonic Ni-MH battery chargers are recommended. ****Recommended storage conditions 68 degrees F. Results may vary based on conditions of storage and use.
Ready to Use Ni-MH Rechargeable Batteries
eneloop Ni-MH 'Low Self Discharge' batteries utilize Panasonic’s advanced rechargeable cell technology allowing them to be recharged up to 2100 times.** These battery cells are ideal for all household products including flashlights, wireless gaming devices, digital camera flash units, and wireless mouse and keyboards.
- Recharge up to 2100 times**
- Maintain 70% charge for up to 10 years*
- Up to 2000mAh* (AA) / 800mAh* (AAA)
- Pre-charged using solar power***
- Temperature performance down to -4 F****
eneloop 2100 cycle rechargeable Ni-MH batteries maintain 70% of their charge for up to 10 years (when not in use and stored properly).*
Improvements to the conductive surface layer of the active (positive) electrode material (made primarily from nickel-metal hydride) produce greater conductivity and durability. Limiting the degradation of the conductive layer increases the number of times that eneloop batteries can be recharged. ..up to 2100 times.**
eneloop’s unique "Clean Energy Loop" initiative is a reality. All eneloop and eneloop pro batteries are pre-charged at the factory in Japan using power generated from solar energy.*** This process is certified twice a year by The Green Energy Certification Center.
Keep your tactical flashlights, walkie-talkie radios, battery powered lanterns, cameras and other devices powered in the winter. eneloop and eneloop pro batteries deliver exceptional performance at extreme low temperatures, down to –4 degree Fahrenheit.****
|eneloop AA||eneloop AAA||eneloop pro AA||eneloop pro AAA|
|Capacity||up to 2000mAh*||up to 800mAh*||up to 2550mAh*||up to 950mAh*|
|Cycles / Recharges||up to 2100 times**||up to 2100 times**||up to 500 times**||up to 500 times**|
|Storage Life||Hold 70% charge up to 10 years*||Hold 70% charge up to 10 years*||Holds 85% charge up to one year*||Holds 85% charge up to one year*|
|Charged at the Factory Using Solar Power||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Low Temp Rating||Down to -4 degrees F||Down to -4 degrees F||Down to -4 degrees F||Down to -4 degrees F|
|Chemistry||LSD Ni-MH||LSD Ni-MH||LSD Ni-MH||LSD Ni-MH|
|Country of Origin||Made in Japan||Made in Japan||Made in Japan||Made in Japan|
INCREASED POWER FOR HIGH-DRAIN DEVICES RECHARGEABLE UP TO 2,100X PRECHARGED amp;amp; READY TO USE RETAINS 65% - 70% CAPACITY AFTER 5 YEARS NO MEMORY EFFECT CAN BE CHARGED WHEN PARTIALLY DRAINED FUNCTIONS DOWN TO 0C AA UP TO 2,000MAH 8 PK
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Standard Eneloop models:
1st Generation Eneloop model numbers and specs
AAA: HR-4UTG 1000cycles Rated 800mAh. Min. 750mAh
....AA: HR-3UTG 1000cycles Rated 2,000mAh. Min. 1,900mAh
.......C: HR-2UTG 1000cycles Rated 3,200mAh. Min. 3,000mAh
.......D: HR-1UTG 1000cycles Rated 6,000mAh. Min. 5,700mAh
2nd Generation Eneloop model numbers and specs
AAA: HR-4UTGA 1500cycles Rated 800mAh. Min. 750mAh
...AA: HR-3UTGA 1500cycles Rated 2,000mAh. Min. 1,900mAh
3rd Generation Eneloop model numbers and specs
AAA: HR-4UTGB 1800cycles Rated 800mAh. Min 750mAh
...AA: HR-3UTGB 1800cycles Rated 2,000mAh. Min 1,900mAh
4th Generation Eneloop model numbers and specs
AAA: BK-4MCC 2100cycels Min. 750mAh
...AA: BK-3MCC 2100cycels Min.1900mAh
......C: BK-2MGC 1000cycles Min.3000mAh
......D: BK-1MGC 1000cycles Min.5700mAh
1=D 2=C 3=AA 4=AAA
I just ordered these and got the 4th gen!!!!
I have been using Eneloops (along with Powerex, Imedion and Energizers) for about 5 years now and I have good things to say about Eneloops for the most part. I use them mainly for my speedlites (Canon 600RT, Canon EX580ii, YN600RT, YNE3RT and so on) but you can use them for anything that uses an AA battery. These are NiMH which means they do have a discharge over time so my advice is to use these in places where there is a larger power consumption and needs recharge more frequently like in my case an external flash. You would probably not want to use it at places like a regular wall clock.
They have always performed quite well over the years although they do tend to develop "memory" in which you would need to fully discharge them once in a while and then have them fully charge.
Over the years, I have gathered around 7 sets (each set = 4 batteries) of Eneloops. I usually use my Maha chargers to discharge and charge them. I recently got a EBL charger that I will be testing out to see how well it works.
The name in this Amazon listing claims "2100mAh" but yet the actual packaging states "2000mAh" and the battery itself claims "1900mAh." So quite honestly, I do not know which is the most accurate of the three. It could very well be a marketing move to lured potential buyers.
They seem to hold their charge very well but when you do notice that the batteries are not doing so, that would usually mean you would need to discharge them first.
My tips for managing these sets of batteries is to label each set accordingly so when I charge them, I usually keep them charging in the same charger. This is similar to the idea of rotating your tires on your car in which you wear them out equally rather than overworking any one specifically more than the others. When I put these in my flash, I know exactly which set to put in without mixing in a dead battery by mistake.
HR-4UTG: AAA(85% Claimed capacity after 1 year, date: November 2005)
HR-3UTG ...AA (85% Claimed capacity after 1 year, date: November 2005)
HR-2UTG C (date: 2007)
HR-1UTG D (date: 2007)
Can be used in weather as low as -10 degrees
HR-4UTGA: AAA (75% Claimed capacity after 3 years, date: November 2009)
HR-3UTGA: ...AA (75% Claimed capacity after 3 years, date: November 2009)
Can be used in weather as low as -20degrees
HR-4UTGB: AAA (70% Claimed capacity after 5 years, date: November 2011)
HR-3UTGB: ...AA (70% Claimed capacity after 5 years, date: November 2011)
BK-4MCC: AAA (70% Claimed capacity after 5 years, date: April 2013)
BK-3MCC: ...AA (70% Claimed capacity after 5 years, date: April 2013)
BK-2MGC:.......C (70% Claimed capacity after 5 years, date: April 2013)
BK-1MGC:.......D (70% Claimed capacity after 5 years, date: April 2013)
5th generation: Export
BK-4MCC: AAA (70% Claimed capacity after 10 years, date: August 2015)
BK-3MCC: ...AA (70% Claimed capacity after 10 years, date: August 2015)
5th generation: Japan
BK-4MCC: AAA (90% Claimed capacity after 1 year, date: August 2015)
BK-3MCC: ...AA (90% Claimed capacity after 1 year, date: August 2015)
It's easy to spot the newest model purely because they are Panasonic branded
The cells are quoted as retaining up to 70% of their capacity for 5 years and are ready to use out of the box
I tested the pack I got and the capacities ranged from 2020-2078 mAh this can vary a bit but you're guaranteed a minimum of 1900 mAh. Unlike some other makers you can be sure you'll get the quoted capacity Despite the higher cost per battery the longevity of the Eneloop batteries has been very good I've had sets for a good while now (over 5 years) and they're still going strong where as some budget offerings have lost their capacity or worn out after a few years. I've also never had a problem with the Eneloop cells fitting, in the past a few makers have played around the standard AA size and some are a bit longer or larger in diameter this can cause problems on some devices fitting wise.
On the packaging Panasonic recommend using their own chargers, but I've never had a problem with a good quality third party smart/intelligent charger with any make of battery it's well worth investing in one of these as it can extend the life of cells and avoid overcharging problems that some timer/manual chargers have.
**A few chargers worth looking at**
Maha MH-C9000 (very advanced high end charger)
Technoline BL-700 or BC1000
The official Panasonic charger is: BQ CC16 this is an intelligent charger with individual monitoring and charging of cells, I don't recommend the basic BQ CC18 it works fine but it is timer control only.
A decent budget 8 cell intelligent charger is the KooPower 8 Bay smart charger (this seems to be available in a few brand names same design though)
Some of the top end chargers have multiple charging speeds and testing capabilities as well as discharge/re-fresh cycles. If you don't need these features then just go for a normal smart charger it's worth the small additional cost.
There are some cheaper batteries out there, and some decent budget offerings too. But despite the higher cost this seems to be levelled out with the lifespan of the batteries. Hard to fault really a very reliable and solid offering and suitable for use in a wide variety of appliances even heavy drain items like flashes and digital cameras. For super high capacity users take a look at the Eneloop Pro range