Rechargable : Ni-MH

Ni-MH batteries are rechagable up to 1000 times, eventually they will wear out and need to be replaced. When the time comes, we suggest looking into local recycling programs or companies to see if there are any options. Ni-MH batteries can replace the use of hundreds of primary batteries. Ni-MH batteries are rated at 1.2 to 1.5 volts.

There are two Ni-MH chemistries. The high-discharge (premium) chemisty is the most common and is recommended for high-demand power applications such as flashlights, wireless mice and such. The low-discharge (LSD / centura) are recommended for low demand devices such as television remotes, wall clocks, fire alarms and such. LSD (Low Self Discharge) means the battery will self drain slower than other batteries, extending the run time of low demand devices.

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