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Sanyo Eneloop NiMH Battery Charger with 4AA NiMH Rechargable Batteries (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Charges batteries quickly and efficiently includes 4 rechargeable aa nimh batteries and portable
- Wall charger
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|Test connectors||Twisted-pair: UTP, FTP, SSTP 8-pin modular jack accepts 8-pin modular (RJ45) and 4-pin modular (RJ11) plugs|
Coax: F-connector for 75Ω, 50Ω, 93 Ω cables
|Cable tests||Length (460m or 1500' with resolution to 0.3m or 1'), wiremap to TIA-568A/B standards, remote ID locators; displays results on one screen|
|Tone generator||IntelliTone digital tone: 500KHz|
Analog tones: 400Hz and 1KHz
|PoE detection||Solicits and detects the presence of 802.3af compatible PoE devices|
|Ethernet port test||Advertised speed of 802.3 Ethernet ports (10/100/1000)|
|Display||Monochrome LCD with backlight|
|Safety certifications||EN 61010-1 2nd Edition|
|Agency certifications||EN 61326-1 (EMC), N10140 C-Tick EMC standard; FCC Part 15 Class A; CE (European Union Directives) Pollution Degree 2|
|Power source||Two AA (NEDA 15A, IEC LR6) alkaline batteries with typical life span of 20 hours; Other compatible battery types include two AA photo lithium, NIMH, NICAD|
|Dimensions||6.4 x 3 x 1.4 inches/16.3 x 7.6 x 3.6 cm (H x W x D)|
H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.
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What's in the Box?
- MicroScanner2 cable verifier with main wiremap adapter (MS2-100)
- (2) AA alkaline batteries
- Carrying pouch
- Instruction CD
From the Manufacturer
These Sanyo Eneloop are used for rechargeable AA batteries for digital cameras, remotes, and are Pre-charged and ready to use right out of the pack, preserves charge for long periods.
Seller Warranty DescriptionAll Brand New Items with all Manufacturer supplied Accessories + Full USA Warranties
Top Customer Reviews
These batteries are, indeed, the best of both worlds: they have the power and reuse advantages of a good NiMH battery, but the slow steady discharge of an Alkaline disposable. Look no further -- this is the rechargeable you've been waiting for.
And if you had to guess, I'm happy with my first set and about to order more... :)
I was going to buy the LaCrosse or Maha MH-504FS after reading tons of reviews. I'm glad that I didn't and bought this instead. First, this charger (not sure about the 2 batteries version) is a smart charger which monitors and charges batteries individually just like the LaCrosse. It is not a dumb timer charger you get for $10 or less. You don't need to worry about quick/slow charges (like 504FS) because it uses pulse charge to charge at a speed that's not too fast to hurt your batteries. Second, this charger costs so much less compared to Maha and LaCrosse. Third, I used these eneloop batteries fresh from the package without charging and took over 200 pictures (about 50 with flash and a few movie chip) with my Cannon A540. I believe it can take more pics because NIMH batteries take few cycles of discharge/recharge to reach full capacity. Last but not least, these eneloop battaries are able to hold the charge when sitting idle for months. Unless you charge the normal nimh batteries the night before, they are no good even if they are 2600 high power ones. By the time you use them, they are only partially charged.
I would recommand you to buy a LaCrosse if you still decide to use the ordinary NiMH batteries because you will need to use the refresh function to get rid of memory issue and the LED to tell you how much charge is left after letting the batteries sit for days. (Oh, I forgot to mention that eneloop claims that it can recharge 1000 times without memory issue.) However, if you decide to use the eneloop, forget about paying extra for Maha or LaCrosse and the normal Nimh batteries and just use this amazing charger and awesome batteries instead.
I bought a new set of Rayovac Hybrid Batteries to see how these compare to Eneloop because they are cheaper. I put the fresh new Rayovac in my digital camera, it works. But when I put it in a LED flashlight, the LED has no light output at all. Later, I put my used Eneloop (after 200 pictures) in it. Guess what? The LED works! Well, you get what you pay.
Eneloop doesn't work with MFLB Magic Flight Launch Box until you unwrap the white Sanyo label from around the battery. Also, you need to scrub off the sticker residue with your thumb (or GooGone product) because it won't work with the residue. Once you take the label off and rub off the residue, you'll quickly notice that these batteries are the exact same as the batteries that come with the MFLB.
Hope this helps.. I almost returned these batteries before I figured out how to get them working.
PS: These batteries work great in XBox 360 remotes, with or without the white label. Figured I'd throw that in there.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought a pack of 8 batteries in 2009 and they are still with me in 2017.