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Old 11-28-2008, 03:09 AM #1
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Default Rechargeable 3.6V AAA's

Hi again guys, after I ask this I should be all set . I found these batteries here: dealextreme .com/details.dx.sku.974 and was wondering where I could get batteries like these, except rechargeable. Every one I find is either AA, non rechargeable, or I'm not sure if it's AAA or AA.

Also if you could recommend a good charger to use, I would be very grateful. Thanks guys!


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Default Re: Rechargeable 3.6V AAA's

On DX, They have LiIon cells and chargers.
The AAA size is a 10440 cell 3.6v 500 mAHr
The AA size is a 14500 cell 3.6v 900 mAHr

AmpHr ratings vary somewhat between makers. I very highly recommend that you buy a charger designed for the cells from them too. It is dangerous to over charge these cells.

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Default Re: Rechargeable 3.6V AAA's

Yes, those are rechargable.

Just make sure you have a proper lithium charger for them and you're set.

Note though, that they're unprotected cells, so if you discharge them too low (below 2.9v I think) you can damage them and they won't charge properly afterward... Also there's some small risk of fire if you do this.
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Thanks for the fast responses guys .

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On DX, They have LiIon cells and chargers.
I very highly recommend that you buy a charger designed for the cells from them too. It is dangerous to over charge these cells.
dealextreme.com/ details.dx/sku.973

Says it's designed for it, and it has auto off, would this work unsupervised? (I will be taking them out around time, I just don't want a hole in my kitchen wall.
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