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Frequently Asked Questions

Following Q&A will teach you everything you wanted to know about batteries and how to optimize the usage.

The memory effect is an occasional defect, which occurs in Ni-Cd and Ni-MH rechargeable batteries, where the maximum battery voltage decreases even though the original power of the battery remains the same.

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This is a vibration noise which occurs when electric current flows through a transformer or a winding wire inside a component part.

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A battery which is leaking or has leaked before is not fit for use and should be thrown away. Place the batteries into a plastic bag, without touching the batteries, and then put it into a recycling box at an electrical store.

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If the batteries become excessively hot, stop the appliance immediately from running since it damages the batteries.

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It is recommended to charge a rechargeable battery when about 70% to 75% of the capacity has been consumed.

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Ni-MH rechargeable batteries cannot be used for the appliances mentioned in the followed article. 

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Mixed use or leaving the battery in the appliance can cause battery leakage.

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There can be several reasons why the appliance doesn't work. 

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The operating time of your batteries may be shortened due to a number of symptoms.

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It depends on the battery type. With Panasonic eneloop rechargeable batteries, the minimal capacity ranges from 950 mAh in eneloop lite to 2500 mAh in eneloop pro.

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Panasonic eneloop AA batteries have an initial voltage of around 1.2V, and will keep a steady rate of 1.0V throughout their use.

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Panasonic eneloop AAA batteries have an initial voltage of around 1.2V, and will keep a steady rate of 1.0V throughout their use.

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Always charge NiMH batteries in a NiMH charger. Preferably, charge batteries only in chargers of the same brand.

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If you want a battery to discharge completely, it’s best to use a specialised charger with a refresh functionality.

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If batteries are no longer fit for use, bring them to your nearest recycling point. Never throw them in your regular trash.

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It’s always best to recharge your batteries with a designated battery charger. For optimal results, don’t let your batteries drain completely.

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Up to 90% of the materials in the battery can be recycled. How you recycle batteries depends on your country.

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Store batteries in a dry, non-conductive container. Keep them away from children.

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Seek medical help immediately. Don’t try to induce vomiting yourself, as this could cause minor burns in your esophagus or mouth. Avoid eating or drinking.

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