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Thanks for the info. The charger I have is the CTA DC-1HK http://www.ctadigital.com/charger/onehourcharger.html
I've charged 2400mAH AA in them and they seem to work just fine. I
doubt if anyone would ever be able to tell the difference in the life
of 2200mAH and 2400mAH in normal usage, so it's not worth any concern I
In article <33gf65F3vpp5iU1@individual.net>, Mike <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
:It depends on the charger. Cheaper ones use simple timers
:for their charging cycles, and these will not fully charge
:batteries with a higher capacity on a single cycle. Better
:chargers actually measure resistence from the batteries and
:will continue to charge them until they reach full capacity.
:"Bob" <am_dew@REMOVepanixThis.com> wrote in message news:email@example.com...
:> Am I correct in thinking that if you have a 2200mAh charger, then it
:> will only charge higher powered batteries to 2200mAH?
:> colin. <colin###@###j0o.com> wrote:
:> :"Gymy Bob" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
:> :| For all you die-hard AA battery lovers yet!
:> :Congratulations on finally catching up. I bought a set of 2500mAh AAs in
:> :May, here in Glasgow (UK).