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EBL 9V Batteries(5-Count)280 mAh with 5-Slot Individual USB Battery Charger $14.99

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[Amazon.ca] EBL 9V Batteries(5-Count)280 mAh with 5-Slot Individual USB Battery Charger $14.99

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  • Individual Fast Charger: Independent charging slot, you can charge 1-5pcs 9V Ni-MH battery individually
  • Convenient USB & LED Charger: DC 5V/1A Micro USB Input, convenient and portable, worldwide usage; LED shows charging progress status: Red - charging, Green - fully charged
  • Multiple Protections: With -∆V cut-off and MCU control, the charger provides constant current and constant voltage to protect you batteries from over current and over voltage, overheat over charger and short circuit
  • EBL 9V Ni-MH Precharged Batteries: Specially designed for household devices like smoke alarms, digital cameras, game controllers, toys, clocks and medical devices, etc.
  • Packages: EBL 9V 280mAh Ni-MH Batteries (5 Counts), EBL 9V Ni-MH 9V Battery Charger x1, Battery Storage Case x1, Micro USB cable x1, User Manual x1
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Oct 30, 2014
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Already changed to 29.99
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AlMort wrote: Already changed to 29.99
Trouble reading details ?

Good deal OP, but do I really need to charge 5x 9V batteries at the same time ?
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Guess your right. thanks
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Dec 24, 2010
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I would buy if it was free shipping. Hope that this will still be live on boxing day when I can find other stuff to buy for free shipping.

I really want to use for smoke alarms in the house as am tired for having to buy 9V batteries each time weak signal beeps ọn However have been told in other threads not to use rechargeable batteries for smoke/fire alarms, however here the description says these batteries are good for such. What gives?
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BestFind wrote: I would buy if it was free shipping. Hope that this will still be live on boxing day when I can find other stuff to buy for free shipping.

I really want to use for smoke alarms in the house as am tired for having to buy 9V batteries each time weak signal beeps ọn However have been told in other threads not to use rechargeable batteries for smoke/fire alarms, however here the description says these batteries are good for such. What gives?
I would not use rechargeable in smoke detectors. It may not trigger the low battery warning sound. It is a safety issue and regular 9v is not expensive anyway. You can also get those 10 Year battery life smoke detectors.
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You should buy those smoke detectors with built-in 10 years of Lithium Battery-Powered if you are tired to change battery
BestFind wrote: I would buy if it was free shipping. Hope that this will still be live on boxing day when I can find other stuff to buy for free shipping.

I really want to use for smoke alarms in the house as am tired for having to buy 9V batteries each time weak signal beeps ọn However have been told in other threads not to use rechargeable batteries for smoke/fire alarms, however here the description says these batteries are good for such. What gives?
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Nov 7, 2006
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Just a word of caution - while I have not used any of the chargers or batteries listed above, I have not had good experiences with EBL products (18650 Li-Ion & AA/AAA fast battery charger, both of which I had to return, and are currently no longer available). I'm not saying these are not good deals, but please test them properly & make sure they work as advertised.
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dcxx wrote: I would not use rechargeable in smoke detectors. It may not trigger the low battery warning sound. It is a safety issue and regular 9v is not expensive anyway. You can also get those 10 Year battery life smoke detectors.
Thanks. I will heed your advice.

Just was curious as they advertised: "BL 9V Ni-MH Precharged Batteries: Specially designed for household devices like smoke alarms,..." what is so specially designed for? False marketing I guess?
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BestFind wrote: I would buy if it was free shipping. Hope that this will still be live on boxing day when I can find other stuff to buy for free shipping.

I really want to use for smoke alarms in the house as am tired for having to buy 9V batteries each time weak signal beeps ọn However have been told in other threads not to use rechargeable batteries for smoke/fire alarms, however here the description says these batteries are good for such. What gives?
These may have high self-discharge rate, so they will discharge much faster than alkalines, not because smoke alarms will eat them but simply because of their nature.
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According to this Web site, the EBL NIMH is 8.4 Volts.

"9V" is the physical size/shape, not the actual voltage. An alkaline 9V is really 9 volts, but a rechargeable "9V" battery is initially 9.6V, 8.4V, 7.4V, or 7.2V, depending on the model in question."

I would not use rechargeable in a smoke detector.

Some municipal bylaws (like in Montreal) now mandate a 10-year lithium battery equipped smoke detector.
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Temporel wrote: According to this Web site, the EBL NIMH is 8.4 Volts.

"9V" is the physical size/shape, not the actual voltage. An alkaline 9V is really 9 volts, but a rechargeable "9V" battery is initially 9.6V, 8.4V, 7.4V, or 7.2V, depending on the model in question."
This is the case with NiMH batteries in general. Each cell has a nominal voltage of 1.2VDC when fully charged. This is in contrast with 1.5VDC for alkaline and Li-ion batteries. The difference doesn't matter in most applications. But in some cases it's simply not enough to reliably power the device.

So as you point out in the case of "9V" NiMH:
9.6 = 1.2 x 8 cells
8.4 = 1.2 x 7 cells
7.2 = 1.2 x 6 cells
Some municipal bylaws (like in Montreal) now mandate a 10-year lithium battery equipped smoke detector.
Smoke and CO detectors have a service life of 10 years no matter how they're powered. After that they have to be replaced. So one benefit of a 10-yr Li-ion detector is that when the battery expires you automatically replace the whole unit, including the detector(s).
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AAA don't seem to be on sale. Needed for new land line phones. Don't want to wait too long, so I guess I'm stuck with Duracell or Energizer from in town sources. Thanks though...
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DougO wrote: AAA don't seem to be on sale. Needed for new land line phones. Don't want to wait too long, so I guess I'm stuck with Duracell or Energizer from in town sources. Thanks though...
Yeah, that's why I went through all the bundles, tried to find AAA bundle with a charger, but had no luck.

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