Maximum temperature raise at different discharge currents: 1A:+1,3°C, 2A:+3,1°C, 3A:+4,4°C, 5A:+8,9°C, 7A:+13,3°C, 10A:+17,1°C
Recently Ikea got some new NiMH AA batteries with higher capacity and LSD capability.
There is some small variation between the cell, but this is not a big deal with NiMH.
The batteries longs good with a performance similar to many other 2450mAh batteries.
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Batteries was supplied by Pro backup (probackup.nl) from Ikea nl
everydaysurvivalgear, how do you get that the capacity seems low? If you look at HKJ’s comparator, compared to Eneloop Pro Black, which is also rated at 2450mAH, these actually perform a little better. Of course the Eneloops were probably tested under the old system, so the difference could be within the margin of error. The curves do look pretty much identical otherwise.
Assuming it’s one of the smart Eneloop/Panasonic/Sanyo chargers (most of them are smart chargers), it shouldn’t have any issue charging these. If it’s not a smart charger, you probably shouldn’t be using it on any battery.
If these are equivalent (or close) to Eneloop Pros, you should be able to safely charge them at currents up to 2 amps. Faster than that, and you may reduce their lifespan.
I'm going to finally replace my aging knock-off "penesamig" and "2500mAh" (this capacity almost sounds legit nowadays) with these ladda batteries. They seem to be good bang for the buck–at not much more than half the price of eneloop pro's. The nearest Ikea is only 40mins away from me :)