Test/Review of Eneloop Pro AA BK-3HCC 2450mAh (Black)

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Test/Review of Eneloop Pro AA BK-3HCC 2450mAh (Black)
Eneloop AA BK-3HCC 2450mAh (Black)

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Official specifications:
  • Cell size: AA / LR6 / R6 / MN1500
  • Dimensions (radius x length): 14.5 x 50.4mm
  • Mass: 30g
  • Nominal capacity: 2550 mAh
  • Brand name: Panasonic Eneloop Pro
  • Cell type: LSD NiMH (low self-discharge nickel metal hydride)
  • Memory effect: No (can be topped-up with no long-term capacity reduction)
  • Cell voltage: 1.2V
  • Colour: Black
  • Charge retention after: 1 year 85% (stored at 20°C)


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Maximum temperature raise at different discharge currents: 1A:+1,2°C, 2A:+3,0°C, 3A:+5,3°C, 5A:+10,8°C, 7A:+16,4°C, 10A:+21,2°C,

The newest generation eneloop where the Panasonic name is in large types. I got these batteries from directly from Japan.

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Eneloop%20AA%20BK-3HCC%202450mAh%20(Black)-Capacity

Like last generation eneloop these batteries can handle high current draw.

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Conclusion

Like all eneloop I have tested this is very good batteries.



Notes and links

The batteries was supplied by a reader for a review.

How is the test done and how to read the charts
Compare to other AA/AAA batteries: Alkaline/NiMH/Lithium

My website with reviews of many chargers and batteries (More than 1000): https://lygte-info.dk/

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Thanks HKJ, good work.

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Thanks as always great test Smile

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These seem to perform slightly better than the HR-3UWXB predecessor.

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is there anywhere to buy these yet?

thanks for the test!

edit: found here http://www.ebay.com/itm/High-End-Model-Panasonic-eneloop-Pro-AA-2450mAh-...

but expensive and have to buy from overseas right now

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CRX wrote:
These seem to perform slightly better than the HR-3UWXB predecessor.

Yea, but just a bit. It’s only noticeable at high currents
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CRX wrote:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/25192

He’s doing a GB soon Smile

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Shadowww wrote:
CRX wrote:
These seem to perform slightly better than the HR-3UWXB predecessor.
Yea, but just a bit. It's only noticeable at high currents

This difference might be due to the equipment (The difference is about 0.002 ohm).

I have switched to new equipment for these test and all future NiMH test. I have batteries for 8 more NiMH test, some of are already tested and will be published soon.

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HKJ wrote:

Shadowww wrote:
CRX wrote:
These seem to perform slightly better than the HR-3UWXB predecessor.
Yea, but just a bit. It’s only noticeable at high currents

This difference might be due to the equipment (The difference is about 0.002 ohm).

I have switched to new equipment for these test and all future NiMH test. I have batteries for 8 more NiMH test, some of are already tested and will be published soon.


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For those looking for a local source, these appear to be the same as the Duracell 2450mah NiMH rechargeable, Made in Japan, batteries available here in Canada (and I assume elsewhere).

The Duracell 2450mah NiMH MIJ batteries have identical end caps to the Eneloop pro 2450mah batteries, and are sold alongside the old white top 2000mah ‘Duraloops’.

I have a pack awaiting a Sunwayman F40A. Smile