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- QuestionNow I see these batteries can be used in solar lights outside. My second question is: does this mean these batteries will actually be "charged"? (10 Answers)
I know these are rechargeable batteries that can be put into a charging station in the house but since they'll be in a solar light, will this mean they will actually be recharging outside while in the sun, or will they just run down and then have to be recharged in a charger in the house? Sorry if my question seems naive. (??)
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- QuestionCan these be used to replace the AAA Ni-MH batteries is solar lights outside? (10 Answers)Answers
- Questionare these batteries 1.2V (5 Answers)Answers
Yes and Yes to both your questions. PS -- I have read some reviews that 1.2V may not work as well for devices designed for 1.5V, but I have never had a problem -- 1.2V works perfectly on all my stuff. I also think the quality of rechargeable batteries has increased a lot in the years. I have a few old Radio Shack batteries that died early.
- QuestionHow much mAh per battery? and how many V? (10 Answers)Answers
These are claimed to be 850mAh but I have not found any definitive test info to verify this. There is at least one data sheet online that shows them to be only 700mAh. As most of these rechargeable batteries, the voltage is usually 1.2 volts. Sorry I can't be more precise.
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