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How do you check ballistic voltage


PDF EVO Battery Instructions - Ballistic Performance Components

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Charging adaptor for motorola talkabout T5022 bought in USA


You might try contacting wirelesspro.com. They are very knowledgeable on the TalkAbout line of radios.

Best regards.

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It doesn't recharge the player battery doesn't show that the player charge statuse doesn't show any change please help me to solve this problem


You have not stated the make/model of the set in question but please make sure that the charging adapter or the circuit is supplying enough charging current to the battery .
So use a multimeter and check the voltage when the charging takes places, check the battery voltage, if there is no charging voltage or the current ( if you use a series test in high range) then the adapter is faulty. If charging voltage and current is present with no charge retaining then the battery is faulty.

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Car won't start. Replaced battery. worked 3 days. They said it was the alternator. REplaced with new. worked another 4 days. had it check with advance auto said battery good, starter cranking normal....


if there is no charging then its back to the alternator or the way its hooked up? did you recharge your flat battery with a mains charger after it went flat the first time? as no alternator will charge a battery from flat to fully charged,,,,even if you drove around the world none stop! the new alternator may have given up working becouse you overloaded the voltage regulator trying to recharge a flat battery witch would mean it was very week to start with?

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How can I know that the Battery Maintenance System is charging.Does the battery voltage displays on the screen??


Hai dud,
A battery maintenance system for charging, analyzing, discharging and conditioning of a NiCad battery. The system displays voltage and capacity to determine whether or not a NiCad battery has enough capacity to power equipment for an optimal time period. The system charges the battery using a negative delta voltage method of detecting full charge, while also displaying instantaneous battery voltage. The system also analyzes the battery in a charge, discharge and recharge mode of operation, and during the charge mode the instantaneous voltage is displayed. The discharge mode discharges the battery to one volt per cell while displaying voltage and accumulative capacity alternately. The system also conditions batteries by cycling a battery through three cycles of charging, discharging and a subsequent recharge cycle.

Hope it Helped You!

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Energizer CHDC charger suddenly not indicating if charging or not


It sounds like the PC Board which provides the circuitry for the Charger's indicating light is malfuntioning. If you have a DC volt-meter, you can check the Charger's output voltage, and then the Battery voltage to determine if your charger is functioning.

Hint: If the Charger has an output voltage, but the Battery's voltage is less than its rated voltage... it's time for a new battery.

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Battery holds a charge for a short time only


These phones are known for the contacts not transferring adequate voltage to fully charge the phone.

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Amperege of 580 EX-II


Interesting Question!
The rating in milliamps is a matter of battery capacity and charging rates. The higher the better as you will get more flashes per charge as long as you have the correct charger to match the batteries’ capacity and use the correct charging times. Aside from this issue of duty cycle between charges- this has no effect on the power of the flash unit as to output. This cant burn out or damage the circuitry.

The issue here is VOLTAGE. Most AA alkaline batteries provide 1.5 volts. Most rechargeable AAs provide 1.2 volts. We are looking at a voltage differential of 1.2 volts (a 20% deficit) if 4 batteries are required. This MAY cause slower recycling times in order to attain a full charge for each shot. In SOME units that can cause a bit if overheating due to strain on the step up circuitry.

It so best to check with the manufacture or distributor of you flash unit before purchasing you rechargeable batteries and charger. If you units have a built in charging circuit this can definitely be problems if there is a mismatch in charging rates and voltage. If this is the case be sire to check your manual or with the manufacturer or distributor- there must be a list of compatible batteries.

Ed

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Rechargeable batterie won't work in my Camera.


Not sure what camera you have, but some cameras require a very steady power supply voltage. Also not sure how old your rechargeable batteries are either, but batteries (alkaline and rechargeable decay over time. With the rechargeable ones, the more you use it, the less it can charge to full capacity over time. For example, if your rechargeable battery is supposed to charge up to 1.5V, over a period of a year with constant recharges, you can test with a volt meter and see that it never really goes back up to 1.5V, but more like 1.48V, 1.45V or maybe even 1.4V.

Depending on the camera or other item you use rechargeable batteries on, it can adapt to low voltages with special circuitry inside (but only to a certain limit, when a battery is old, it is old).

You can try buying a new set of rechargeable batteries and use it few times and see if this fixes the issue. If not, your camera may be faulty and just draining the battery (not too likely, but it happens).

Check out this site for some useful info.

http://www.steves-digicams.com/nimh_batteries.html

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Motorola talkabout t 6530


I just spoke with Motorola and they advised output for that particular charging base is 9 Volts 200 Ma output hope this helps, good luck!:)

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