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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Metz 60 CT4
The Metz 60CT-4 uses Accu 60-38 4.5Ah @6V Pb battery.
Charging system is difference from NiMH battery.
Beside the voltage is only 1.2VDC per cell on NiMH battery.
Four cells will have a total of 4.8VDC.
If you got five (5) cells: 1.2 X 5 = 6.0VDC. Do not charge these cells with Metz. Use NiMH Charger for NiMH battery.
Posted on Dec 13, 2007
SOURCE: Battery charger
Well i had the same problem and after reading everyone post i was ready to grab my phone and call the hot line...but then i remembered what my chemistry teacher told me about ion reactions...so i put my battery in the freezer for about 10 minutes poped it in the chargering dock and booom the light stayed red and charged fully... now i dont have to wait a week,try it it'll work ^.^
Posted on Mar 09, 2008
SOURCE: hp 435 digital camera battery
The NI-MH batteries are the Best for use with Digital cameras....U need to Charge the New Battery for 12 Hours The First time and then 2-3 hours for every other time you charge ... try and check please
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
THis is really a sign of a bad battery that is always being detected fully charge but its really drian , so it will be better for you to replace that battery.....
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
Cleaning is unlikely to cure your problem.
To change the cells follow these instructions, taking care not to short circuit any of the cells.
You need to know how to use a soldering Iron.
You need to understand basic electrical principals.
Stand the battery on the part with the charge socket at the bottom, the plastic at the top is held in place by a series of plastic latches.
Look closely to see them.
Release these latches CAREFULLY one by one with awatchmakers screwdriver, until the cover can be removed.
This will enable you to see a single, roughly central crosshead screw.
Remove this screw.
Unsolder the contacts at the top.
Separate the top and bottom parts gently, whilst feeding the now unsoldered wires into the assembly until you can see the lower soldered contacts on the cell units.
Unsolder these two contacts, and separate the top and bottom parts completely.
Withdraw the six cell units together, and hol them together with an elastic band.examine closely and note the long metal strip which is required to pass over a seperator in the housing.
Note also the transparent rings around the positive contacts on the cells, recover an re use these.
Purchase either solder tagged NiCads and solder them yourself, or get a battery supplier to replicate the complete six cell unit. (30 bucks here in France).
DO NOT try to solder cells without solder tags. Battery replacement stores are equipped with micro spot welding equipment to connect these.
In either case it is MUCH easier to reassemble the battery pack using the upper housing to keep the cells in place whilst soldering or welding.
Rebuild the unit.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
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