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Re: Alkaline Cells – A Comparison To NiMH And NiCds
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The literature says NIZn batteries output is 1.6v to 1.75v, but only has 1500 Mah.
Will this adversely affect the power circuits in a Uniden radio that was designed for
and how long will 1500Mah last compared to 2700Mah now in the radio?
I only buy my batteries from Thomas Distributing and they do not stock NIZn, The couple of places that do sell them are in Euros.
They also say my Maha intelligent charger will not work for NIZn?
Joel R Kahn
Comme dicté à mon chat et envoyé de mon Android.
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On Saturday, February 29, 2020, 02:55:03 PM EST, Evan Platt <evan@...> wrote:
Wondering why they didn't compare NiZn's.. Pricier, but they last
longer. You need a NiZn charger too but still. Awesome batteries.
On Sat, Feb 29, 2020 at 11:42 AM Queen Nanu <news@...> wrote:
> “Resistance is NOT futile… it’s E/I!”
> While alkaline cells generally more energy per-cell than rechargeable types (NiMH or NiCd) this energy may not be accessible to the appliance using that cell – particularly if it is a device that draws a lot of current.
> Let's do a detailed comparison