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Query from: Anonymous, United States, 02/19/11
Topic: ELECTRONICS      Submitted on: AnswerPod.com
Subject: Can rechargable batteries work in any device that takes batteries

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Here is the question: Can rechargable batteries work in any device that takes batteries?

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Response from: C. Raj, United Kingdom,   
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Yes, Rechargable Batteries can be used in any device that takes Non-rechargable batteries. It does not make a difference,once you have charged the Rechargable Batteries to the maximum.

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Response from: phaneendra valluripalli,   
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yes

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Response from: angel aravind,   
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Source: yahoo answers
Just don't charge them with the built in charger, if it has one; always use a proper NiMh charger.Every now and then you do find a device that doesn't like NiMH cells. The usual reason is the lower full-charge voltage, 1.2V vs. alkaline or carbon-zinc's 1.5V. A device with a battery charge meter will often claim the NiMH batteries are at 75% or so when they're fully charged. In practice the voltage of alkaline or CZn drops to close to a volt very early in its discharge curve, so modern NiMH cells will run the device for about as long, or longer.

If you do run into a problem device like this, you can get rechargeable alkalines. They do require a special charger, but they have a "fully charged" voltage of 1.5V. They're not as good as NiMH all around, but they do solve this one particular problem.

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