Why using NiMH 12v 2700mAH?

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The Differences in NiMH Batteries?

The capacities, voltages, self-discharge rates and internal cell quantities of Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH) rechargeable batteries vary significantly. Voltage is the most important characteristic, b... Read More »

How to Charge NiMH Batteries?

NiMH and NiCad batteries are 2 of the most challenging batteries to charge properly and safely. These nickel-based batteries do not allow you set a maximum charge voltage, so overcharging can resul... Read More »

Can you use niMH batteries instead of lithium?

NiMH batteries can be used instead of lithium batteries. However, niMH batteries may not work as well. NiMH batteries are cheaper per package, but they run out of power more quickly than lithium ba... Read More »

Can you replace NiCad batteries with NiMH?

Nickel metal hydride (NiMH) batteries are the cheaper, higher performing and less toxic successors to nickel cadmium (NiCad) batteries. While NiMH can be used to replace NiCad batteries, a separate... Read More »