How does the site load on your cellphone/tablet/desktop? (Im not an expert, but I walked into a few problems with Margins etc.
Is font size large enough?
Help me please:
Although I have been digging around so much and for so long, I still have a few things I couldn`t find.
So I`d like to ask you guys for some help if possible.
The first thing that comes to mind is a Picture of a graph that shows that the cycle life of eneloops is calculated to 60% of its capacity. So if after X amount of cycles the capacity has dropped to 60% they call it a day. I have seen this graph with explanation before but can`t find it anywhere. Found..
Also, I`d like to know if you would like some questions to be answered about eneloops. Possibly for the FAQ page.
Ideas about what pages/info you would like to see added in the future.
PDF Eneloop catalog 2013-2014
Self Discharge Tests, especially tests longer than 1 year
Anybody bought some Red Eneloops at Walmart or Costco? What product code does it have?
I posted this on your facebook page, but I will post it here also.
Greetings, I have been wondering about something and I suspect you may be able to answer my question. I have a small quantity of AA and AAA eneloops. I use a Panasonic BQ-CC17 charger. I would like to know if one can tell the remaining capacity of a cell based on measuring the open circuit voltage after the cell has rested for some time after the last use. The chart below was copied of CPF if I recall correctly. I believe the person who posted it claimed they measured the remaining capacity with a smart charger of some sort.
I have been using this as a guide for a few weeks now, and am just wondering how accurate it is.
Most of my usage is in flashlights, and a couple AAs in a radio. Most of my lights have some sort of low voltage cut off except my Fenix LD01, and I think my manker E01 on firefly also will continue to just light at sub 1V battery levels.
Hey there.. Yes I have seen your message. And replied to it! thanks for joining.
Well, they are definitely one of the best NiMH batteries out there!
|That is a very interesting thing to dive a little deeper into. |It might have some correlation. Ill hope to look into that in the near future with some of my batteries!
I hope it definitely will take away some questions....
and probably invites for a few new questions as well ;)
Yes, a lovely question. I want to know that as well. But to keep this answer short, it can be hard to tell, because the older types...are older.. so I dont know if that effects the batteries. but nevertheless something to look into.
Yes, I clearly am:) Sanyo/Panasonic/FDK/Twicell batteries have been the best NiMH batteries since 2005 ;)
Very informative website ChibiM! You certainly have put a lot of effort into it. I think it’s very intuitive to read and move about. I’m an eneloop fan and first learned about them from you. They are the only AA and AAA batteries I will buy now. Panasonic should pay you for all the work you have done.
Being new to the flashlight hobby and not knowing what Eneloops was I found your website informational. I learn quite a bit about Eneloops. I have to say thanks for the time you put into the site and it’s well written and to the point.