NI-MH AA USB 1.2V 1450mAh Rechargeable Battery

Made by Shenzen Naccon Power Technology Co., Ltd.


PRODUCT SPECIFICATION

Model

NI-MH AA USB 1.2V 1450mAh

Input

DC 5V 200mA

Nominal Voltage

1.2V

Dimensions

14.5-0.7 x 50.5-1.0 mm

Weight (Approximately)

20.0 gram

Internal Impedance (At 1000Hz)

40mΩ

Charge

200 mA x 2.7hours at ≤ 40

Storage Temperature

At Room Temperature


NOTE

  • Discharge capacity is 80-100% within 1.0-2.0C at 1.4V.
  • Up to 400 cycle of charge and discharge at Nominal capacity.

CHARACTERISTICS

  1. Plug in the USB rechargeable battery to any USB interface for charging. LED indicator light ( blue ) turns on when charging, light off after fully charged.
  2. Make use of advanced design of protection circuit to avoid short circuit.
  3. Make use of constant current charging, with independent detection of battery power status and micro CPU control, ensure full charging according to the different battery power status.
  4. With built-in automated trickle charging after fully charged, battery can be more fully charged and extend the battery life cycle.
  5. For the sake of the best charging effect, please refer to the following charging time-table after fully charged (light off).



SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

  1. Batteries should be charged before use
  2. When using a battery for the first time or after long time storage, please fully charge the battery before use.
  3. Use the correct charger for Ni-Cd or Ni-MH batteries.
  4. Do not reverse charge batteries.
  5. Do not short circuit batteries as it may result to permanent damage of the batteries.
  6. Do not solder directly to cells or batteries.
  7. Do not incinerate or mutilate batteries, may burst or release toxic material.
  8. Do not subject batteries to adverse condition such as extreme temperature, deep cycling and excessive overcharge/over discharge.
  9. Store batteries in a cool dry place.
  10. Do not mix batteries with other battery brands or batteries of a different chemistry such as alkaline and zinc carbon.
  11. Do not mix new batteries in use with semi-used batteries, over discharge may occur.
  12. Avoid batteries being used in an airtight compartment. Ventilation should be provided inside the battery compartment; otherwise batteries may generate hydrogen gas, which could cause an explosion if exposed to an ignition source.
  13. When connecting a battery pack to a charger, ensure correct polarity.
  14. If find any noise, excessive temperature or leakage from a battery, please stop its use.
  15. When the battery is hot, please do not touch it and handle it, until it has cooled down.
  16. Do not remove the outer sleeve from a battery pack nor cut into its housing.
  17. When find battery power down during use, please switch off the device to avoid over discharge.
  18. When not using a battery, disconnect it from the device.
  19. Unplug a battery by holding the connector itself and not by pulling at its cord.
  20. After use, if the battery is hot, before recharging it, allow it to cool in a well-ventilated place out of direct sunlight.
  21. Never put a battery into water or seawater.
  22. During long term storage, battery should be charged and discharged once every half a year.
  23. Do not attempt to take batteries apart or subject them to pressure or impact. Heat may be generated or fire may result. The alkaline electrolyte is harmful to eyes and skin, and it may damage clothing upon contact.
  24. Keep away from children. If swallowed, contact a physician at once.

ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION

The assessment of the environmental impact of reused lithium & cobalt battery as opposed to disposable battery can be categorized based on Human Health, Ecosystem Quality and Resources.

From the experts’ opinion, it is advisable to use the re-chargeable batteries rather than disposable batteries for consumer electronics because the environmental benefits of rechargeable batteries are significant *.

*Parsons, D. (2006). The environmental impact of disposable versus re-chargeable batteries for consumer use. The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 12(3), 197–203. doi:10.1065/lca2006.08.270