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Cirque du Soleil, Blue Man Group, and over 25,000 theaters, productions facilities, schools and
churches have made the switch to Ansmann high quality rechargeable batteries.
Rechargeable batteries can be used anywhere you can use a primary, disposable battery. Here are just a few of the applications you can use our high-capacity, long-lasting rechargeable batteries:
Digital cameras , flash units, flashlights , penlights, walkmans , mp3 players, i -pods, gameboys , PSP , Nintendo toys, games, calculators, GPS units, radios, boom-boxes, walkie-talkies, paintball guns and hoppers, clocks, alarms, pagers, electronic thermostats, wireless microphones , pre-amps, remote controls, hearing assistance devices, electric guitar pedals, effects pedals, electric blood pressure cuffs, electric toothbrushes, hair-trimmers, battery testers, remote motion detectors, remote cameras, and just about any household item that uses AA , 9-volt , C , D , and AAA batteries.
Making the switch from alkaline batteries to rechargeable batteries will save you time, money, and - if you do it right - no frustration. The following information will help you make the most of your purchase.The most common rechargeable batteries are NiMH Battery (Nickel Metal Hydride) and Ni-Cad Battery (Nickel Cadmium). For many reasons, (see below) we do not offer Ni-Cads rechargeable batteries for purchase.
NiMH vs Ni-Cad - Batteries Rechargeable.
The working or nominal voltage on NiMH rechargeable batteries is 1.2V, whereas alkaline batteries have an initial voltage of 1.5V. (AA’s, AAA’s C’s and D sizes) Initially, our rechargeable batteries will show a charged rate of about 1.34V and remain near this level for the length of the charged period. Alkaline batteries have more of a gradual discharge rate starting at 1.5V and dropping to 1.4V, 1.3V, 1.2V, etc.However, there is no need to worry about the initial voltage differences as high-quality NiMH rechargeable batteries (like Ansmann) will work just fine in products that take alkaline batteries of the same size. In fact, most manufacturers of portable electronics now consider the use of rechargeable batteries instead of alkaline when designing their products.
Rechargeable batteries are rated by a mAh (Milliamp Hours) rating. The mAh represents the capacity of the rechargeable battery. The higher the mAh rating, the longer the charged battery will last. For example, a rechargeable battery that is rated 2200 mAh will power your poratable electronic device twice as long as battery that is rated 1100 mAh. You will find that the higher mAh rated batteries are usually a bit more expensive, but they will run your product for a longer period of time. With Ansmann cells, you will not only see longer run-times, but higher recycles – up to 1000 charges.
Standard vs. Low-Self Discharge, Batteries Rechargeable.
Low-Self Discharge (Max-E), Batteries Rechargeable.
We encourage you to make the most of your rechargeable battery purchase. Most of our customers begin with rechargeable batteries for a specific use and then realize for a modest up-front investment, they can save a great deal of time and money by converting all their portables over to rechargeables. A typical family will spend $200 + per year on throw-away batteries. That’s over $10,000 in a lifetime.