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Old 12-04-2012, 02:23 PM #1
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Rechargeable Batteries...

A while back I was planning on buying rechargeable 9v batteries for a project and then my guns once I was done with the project. However, I never actually did the project and I never bought the batteries. I recently stumbled across some energizer rechargeable 9v's at Walmart and now I am considering them again.

So, Does anyone know what the best brand of battery and charger are?

Also, how long will the batteries last in a DM5 or an EOS?

P.S. I already have AA's for my magna, so the 9v's will be solely for my markers.
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Old 12-05-2012, 05:41 PM #2
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powerex/maha make some of the best nimh batteries and chargers. Just make sure your board can handle the voltage they output. Some of the 9.6v nimhs output 12v for awhile after finishing a charge. There aren't a lot of li-on/li-po batteries in a 9v (8.4v actual) form and are usually a bit larger so they're harder to fit.
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Old 12-05-2012, 07:38 PM #3
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powerex/maha make some of the best nimh batteries and chargers. Just make sure your board can handle the voltage they output. Some of the 9.6v nimhs output 12v for awhile after finishing a charge. There aren't a lot of li-on/li-po batteries in a 9v (8.4v actual) form and are usually a bit larger so they're harder to fit.
Thanks for the help, any idea how to find out the max voltage for my boards?
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Old 12-07-2012, 03:10 PM #4
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Make sure you get something with at least 500mah. Buy at least two and be prepared to charge them fully EVERY time you play.
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Thanks for the help, any idea how to find out the max voltage for my boards?
Ask the manufacturer.
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