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Charger needed NEED SOME METHOD OF CHARGING ONE SONY NP-FT1 CAMERA BATTERY CANNOT FIND A UNIVERSAL CHARGER HERE IN SOUTH AFRICA

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How long should I charge my 900mah li-ion batteries for the first time? How long should be after first time?


You should be OK to charge the battery for 10 hours at a constant current of about 90mA. I assume this battery is a 3.7v type, with a full charge voltage of about 4.2v (it would be useful to monitor this with a multimeter).
Some useful commentary is here: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/341
Good Luck

Jun 08, 2014 | Sony AA Nimh 2500 Mah Rechargeable Battery

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How long should i charge my 2500mah batteries for the firs time??? How long should be for 1350mah??? How long should be after first time???


The first charge is - as you suspect - longer than the normal charge in order to "wake up" a battery that may have been on the shelf for a considerable time since manufacture. Typically 30 hours for the 2500mah batteries and 16 hours for the 1350mah.

I assume that your charger charges at a rate of 140 to 160 mA. This info is usually printed on the charger itself. (Quick chargers is a different story and the chargers are usually intelligent and can regulate the charging electronically.)

If your charger charges at a rate different to the typical 140/160mA, then increase or decrease the time for charging accordingly, i.e. reduce the charge time if the charge rate is higher. A good and safe test would be to check the batteries from time to time for heating. Stop the charging as soon as you find that the batteries are heating to anything warmer than a mild temperature rise.

Jan 03, 2011 | Sony AA Nimh 2500 Mah Rechargeable Battery

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I have a wii system and use the energizer nimh battery pack with the wii charger. When I put them in the charger it flashes red. Reminds me of my camera battery charger, but I have learned how to reset...


I have this issue with one of the batteries in my set. (Purchased last summer). It is a PL-7522

It seams to be the battery, as I have tried combination of charging ports and controllers. The other battery seams fine.

Dec 24, 2010 | Energizer NiMH Compact AA/AAA Battery...

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I have sony AA 4 batteries. out of them 2 are working in the camera but 2 r not working. what could be the problem..


It may be a bad batch of batteries. However, I would take them out, put them in the charger, but try shuffling positions in your charger in case one of the charger slots is not working.

Dec 18, 2010 | Sony AA Nimh 2500 Mah Rechargeable Battery

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How long does it take to charge batteries?


depending on the type of battery and charger the time usually takes from 6 to 12 hrs. for a full charge. Shorter charging time will result in battery not operating to its full potential

Aug 12, 2009 | Universal Battery Charger Charges Multiple...

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I have an Energizer E2 Slider battery charger, Is the green light supposed to stay on when charging. Does it shut off when charge complete.


all chargers show a light of some colour when charging , green or red , depending on make of charger , when the battery is fully charged the unit monitor this and automatically switch of to stop from over charging , a safety feature that has to built in for safety reasons ,

Jul 19, 2009 | Energizer NiMH Compact AA/AAA Battery...

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My 15 min. Duracell charger keeps blinking-won't work...


When the duracell lights blink during charging, AT YOUR OWN RISK, try a reverse charge. Instead charging positive to positive and negative to negative, try positive to negative and negative to positive. I did this for 2 minutes. This solved the problem. After the 2 minutes, I gave the batteries a normal charge. You will have to force the battery and charger contacts to touch.

Jul 08, 2009 | Duracell AAA NiMH Battery Charger with 4...

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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.

Mar 11, 2009 | Energizer Rechargable Battery with Charger

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BATTERY CHARGER RADIO SHACK DELUXE 10 CELL


I would go to Radio Shack and have them explain the proper charging procedure as well as inquire about the red and green lights as not all chargers go green when fully charged-Normally red indicates a charging action and if a charger has no fully charged light, then a required charge time period is noted in the instructions. Batteries can be ruined by over charging!

Jan 03, 2008 | Energizer Rechargable Battery with Charger

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Charging Batteries


This could happen if the batteries have been recently used, and are "hot". Chargers use one, or a combination of, "end of charge" detectors. Either it's timed, detects a slight drop in voltage, or senses temperature. Try waiting 30 minutes to an hour after use before charging. Also, be sure the ambient temperature is within parameters. Too hot or cold (we live up north...gets cold in the garage) will affect the charger.

Sep 12, 2007 | Sony BCG34HE4 Tools and Hardware

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