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Some common battery sizes, and lots of strange battery sizes...

Thanks for the link!

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My order arrived.  I'm finally now the owner of some D and C sized NiMh cells.  Got some other types of cells too.

Only problem now is that I only have one charger that can hold the D-sized cells.  At the rate it charges, it takes a couple days to charge a 11,000mAh cell.  Time to make some holders for the hobby charger.

Thank you for the alert ZoomieFan.

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ImA4Wheelr wrote:
At the rate it charges, it takes a couple days to charge a 11,000mAh cell
Do you have any way to measure if this 11 Ah claim is accurate? Just curious.

EDIT: nevermind, I see torchyboy tested them at around 9.3 Ah. Not bad, I guess.

For the limited D cell applications that I have, I normally just use 3AA to D adapters and stuff them with Eneloop Pros, so that gives me around 7.5 Ah. Makes re-charging easy. I can recharge a bunch of Eneloops in 2-3 hours.

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Thanks I’ve been meaning to get some spare 30Q’s!

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ImA4Wheelr wrote:

My order arrived.  I’m finally now the owner of some D and C sized NiMh cells.  Got some other types of cells too.


Only problem now is that I only have one charger that can hold the D-sized cells.  At the rate it charges, it takes a couple days to charge a 11,000mAh cell.  Time to make some holders for the hobby charger.


Thank you for the alert ZoomieFan.

My thoughts exactly—- I have a pet feeder that takes D cells —— I’m gonna make up something to charge them faster than the 500ma charger I have—- Hobby or Opus

Update —— magnets soldered to wires for Hobby Charger

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Are those C & D cells low-self-discharge, though?

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I haven't seen anything definitive on that.  There are some product pages that claim they are.  The boxes seem to claim it on the bottom left.