Question about GPS
Re-chargeable batteries have a problem in as much as they tend to fall off in preformance very quickly.
The decay curve can be reached in minutes on worn (numerous re-charged) batteries
If you wish to use Nickel Cadium batteries research the ones with the highest AH rating and get two sets plus a decent charger which discharges the batteries to ground zero before applying a charge voltage.
That way you get a longer life out of the batteries and if you play your cards right have a spare set sitting fully charged ready for use.
Duracell batteries still have the best life of any that I have used , it is just the cost that makes them a killer
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
This will happen when the charging of the cell inside the system does not take place,charge it fully and try or try to check it with a new battery.i think the system have a rechargeable battery,right.thank you
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
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Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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