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The batteries are rated at 1.2 volt each.
By PATRICIA F BARBOSA on July 22, 2014
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Usually a rechargeable product (like a two-way radio) has its own battery pack. They usually are not designed to charge AA batteries, since all batteries are a little different and charge using different wattage for safety purposes (this is even seen between different brands). These batteries DO work wonderfully with a… see more Usually a rechargeable product (like a two-way radio) has its own battery pack. They usually are not designed to charge AA batteries, since all batteries are a little different and charge using different wattage for safety purposes (this is even seen between different brands). These batteries DO work wonderfully with a Duracell charger, and have certainly helped me a lot. If the radio you're looking at specifically says that it charges AA batteries then I'd go ahead and try it, but keep an eye on it so nothing breaks (or catches fire). see less Usually a rechargeable product (like a two-way radio) has its own battery pack. They usually are not designed to charge AA batteries, since all batteries are a little different and charge using different wattage for safety purposes (this is even seen between different brands). These batteries DO work wonderfully with a Duracell charger, and have certainly helped me a lot. If the radio you're looking at specifically says that it charges AA batteries then I'd go ahead and try it, but keep an eye on it so nothing breaks (or catches fire).
By James Teeples on July 28, 2014
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Advertised 2400mAh
By Kane on April 9, 2014
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They are 2650mAH for the AA 1000mAH for the AAA
By Drill Guy on February 8, 2014
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They should with no problem however, in reading a review on Amazon, there may be a better charger for you:
ByNLee the EngineerHALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERon August 8, 2009
The Duracell 'mini charger' (CEF20) included in this package is shaped like a computer mouse, and about the same size. It is 'smart' in the sense tha… see more
They should with no problem however, in reading a review on Amazon, there may be a better charger for you:
ByNLee the EngineerHALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERon August 8, 2009
The Duracell 'mini charger' (CEF20) included in this package is shaped like a computer mouse, and about the same size. It is 'smart' in the sense that it charges 1 to 2 AA/AAA cells independently, and stops charging when each cell is full. The indicator light turns red during charging, and turns green when both cells are done. It will even blink if you insert an alkaline cell. So far so good...
The real problem with this mini charger is that it is too slow. The charging current is only 280mA for AA cell, and 110mA for AAA cell. That means it takes about 9-10 hours just to fully recharge two 2500mAh AA cells! This makes it unsuitable as a travel charger, since you usually have to recharge in a hurry while traveling.
Instead of this package, consider one that contains 'Pre-Charged' NiMH cells and a better charger. Here are some alternatives:
- Sanyo Eneloop 2-cell Charger (MDR02): This unit is just as compact, but its charging current is twice as high at 550mA, so the required charging time is reduced by half.
- Duracell Mobile Charger (CEF23): This unit charges 1-4 cells at 550mA. It has four independent status lights, accepts 12V car adapter input, and even doubles as a USB charger.
I did take the liberty of re-printing this review but due to its information and having given full mention and credit to the original reviewer, I sincerely hope that no one takes offense. I must admit that both the total charge and recharge voltages made me hesitent as to reccomending this item but if you have the time, it should work.
I hope you find this helpful and again I reprinted the original review giving full mention and credit to better answer the question as quickly and accurately as possible. see less
They should with no problem however, in reading a review on Amazon, there may be a better charger for you:
ByNLee the EngineerHALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERon August 8, 2009
The Duracell 'mini charger' (CEF20) included in this package is shaped like a computer mouse, and about the same size. It is 'smart' in the sense that it charges 1 to 2 AA/AAA cells independently, and stops charging when each cell is full. The indicator light turns red during charging, and turns green when both cells are done. It will even blink if you insert an alkaline cell. So far so good...
The real problem with this mini charger is that it is too slow. The charging current is only 280mA for AA cell, and 110mA for AAA cell. That means it takes about 9-10 hours just to fully recharge two 2500mAh AA cells! This makes it unsuitable as a travel charger, since you usually have to recharge in a hurry while traveling.
Instead of this package, consider one that contains 'Pre-Charged' NiMH cells and a better charger. Here are some alternatives:
- Sanyo Eneloop 2-cell Charger (MDR02): This unit is just as compact, but its charging current is twice as high at 550mA, so the required charging time is reduced by half.
- Duracell Mobile Charger (CEF23): This unit charges 1-4 cells at 550mA. It has four independent status lights, accepts 12V car adapter input, and even doubles as a USB charger.
I did take the liberty of re-printing this review but due to its information and having given full mention and credit to the original reviewer, I sincerely hope that no one takes offense. I must admit that both the total charge and recharge voltages made me hesitent as to reccomending this item but if you have the time, it should work.
I hope you find this helpful and again I reprinted the original review giving full mention and credit to better answer the question as quickly and accurately as possible.

By W. Sargent on July 18, 2017
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I use them in my recorder; they last almost double regular rechargables. I'm sure they will do the job on a thermostat as well.
By Richard Grass on October 28, 2014
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They are 1.2V / 2000mAh
By Jessica on November 14, 2014
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I use the Duracell 11F151 charger which will accommodate 4-AA as well as 4-AAA batteries at the same time. This charger works well for me!
By RJC on January 28, 2014
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Yes. They are 1.2V.
By Big J on March 15, 2014