Question about Digital Cameras
To properly test a battery it must be under load. This means that it has to be loaded by the device that is using it or an equivelent load resistance, and at the same time the voltage reading taken.
If a battery is tested with without proper loading, then there is no way to know its true output. All batteries have internal resistance. As the battery is depleted its internal resistance goes up.
I found that with chargeable batteries, on the average after about 2 to 3 years they start to require replaceing.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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