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Battery Chargers

Well folks, here’s the third part of the series on making the most of rechargeable batteries. In this segment we discuss the “heart” of your rechargeable system:  battery chargers.

You will learn the differences between refresh or reconditioning chargers, and what type of charger to use for the various types of batteries.

Pay attention to the recharging tips at the end of the video.  These simple tricks will help you get the most value for the rechargeable batteries you purchase and use.

We appreciate the feedback from our readers. Feel free to share this series with your friends, family and co-workers.  Happy recharging!

16 Responses to “Battery Chargers”

  1. Lynne says:

    This was a very helpful blog I have been confused a long time about what charger to use on what particular battery and this blog and the video that you included has helped a great deal in clearing that up for me. I enjoyed the previous blogs before this one as well, thank you very much for the information.

  2. Michael says:

    Thank you for posting all three of the blogs regarding these rechargeable batteries and the charges needed. You would be surprised I’m sure if you took a poll of people that were tuned in to these because they were confused about the differences among them. There are different batteries, different charges etc. but the differences are never explained very well until your posts.

  3. Denise says:

    I know it’s small but I really appreciate the little video that you included in all of your blogs in this series. I am a visual person so I learn more about things when I can see a demonstration etc. instead of just a bunch of text. You have managed in your blogs to speak to people in both realms of learning. Great job I hope to see more form you in the near future.

  4. Robert says:

    I appreciate all of the information I have learned from these three videos. I am actually glad I waited to make a purchase. After watching all three videos, I actually feel more confident about what type of batteries and charger to buy. My particular needs consist of flash lights and photographic equipment. Most of the batteries I need are AA for cameras and flash units. I hope the energy 8 lives up to its billing.

  5. Sean says:

    I am more interested in the prepackaged offers. What I am still deciding on is what combination of units to buy. I want to have two sets of AA rechargeable batteries charging on a slow capacity recharger for my low drain devices and one set (maybe 6-8 batteries) in a high capacity Ansman recharger for high drain devices. Of course, I want the optimum type of batteries which have no memory. I’m open to suggestions for what to buy.

  6. Jordan says:

    A Swiss company said back in 2009 it had developed rechargeable zinc-air batteries that can store three times the energy of lithium ion batteries, by volume, while costing only half as much. ReVolt, of Staefa, Switzerland, was at that time, planning to sell small “button cell” batteries for hearing aids starting next year and to incorporate its technology into ever larger batteries, introducing cell-phone and electric bicycle batteries in the next few years. Do the Ansmann products use this sort of technology.

  7. Felicia says:

    Why do some batteries lose their charge without being used they can just set there, then there are others that you give them a full charge and you put them in something like a camera and all of the sudden after you take just one picture the charge is down to half power. Is the charger not working right if this happens?

  8. Felicia says:

    How often should you replace your charger? I have some rechargeable batteries that I have used for sometime and it just seems that when I put them on the charger they actual will discharge without being used in any device just setting there they will lose their charge, why is that? Should I get another charger? Or do I need to get new batteries?

  9. Nicole says:

    From my research, I’ve learned that unlike conventional batteries, which contain all the reactants needed to generate electricity, zinc-air batteries rely on oxygen to generate current. They were considered one of the most promising battery technologies because of their high theoretical energy-storage capacity, The battery chemistry is also relatively safe because it doesn’t require volatile materials, so zinc-air batteries are not prone to catching fire like lithium-ion batteries. I hope these Ansmann batteries use similar or better technology.

  10. Timothy says:

    I plan on buying one of these Ansmann recharging units – maybe even two of them – along with the rechargeable batteries. I did my check list and found out that I have more high drain devices such as cameras (which I fire often) and flash lights, and only the need for a few low drain devices, namely, my remote control for the TV. I hope I wind up buying the bets devices for all of my gadgets.

  11. Do you mind if I quote a couple of your posts as long as I provide credit and sources back to your webpage? My blog site is in the exact same niche as yours and my users would really benefit from some of the information you provide here. Please let me know if this alright with you. Cheers!

  12. admin says:

    The battery charger only needs to be replaced if it is malfunctioning. Sounds like your cells are old and need replacing.
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  13. admin says:

    This is because of self discharge that occurs in standard rechargeables. You should re-watch part II of our series that explains the benefit of low self discharge batteries

  14. admin says:

    Ansmann does not have rechargeable zinc air hearing aid batteries. We have found the “rechargeablility” of these cells to be last than optimum and do not provide the enduser with a better alternativie

  15. admin says:

    I would recommend the Max E low discharge batteries. They have a high capacity and the benefit of high recycles.

  16. Great site, I like it very much. Good work !

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