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Tagged NiMH 2/3 AF Single Battery


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  • NiMH technology means no ‘memory’ effect
  • 500 to 1,000 charge/discharge cycles can be expected
  • Performance is normally 30% to 50% better than that of equivalent NiCd cells

Product overview

• NiMH technology means no ‘memory’ effect• 500 to 1,000 charge/discharge cycles can be expected• Performance is normally 30% to 50% better than that of equivalent NiCd cells• Tagged for easy connection

Voltage level is maintained at 1.2V or more during 80% of the discharge cycle and up to 100% of the nominal capacity at a rate of 3C10A is possible. A resealing safety vent guards against possible misuse.


Order Code Size Capacity Dimensions Weight Charge*
AG29G 2/3AF 1000mAh 17 x 28.7mm 19g 90mA

can i add these batteries together
Asked by: yusef
Yes the product does support that.
Answered by: DM
Date published: 2015-07-17

Are these singletons, or per pack ? How maney per pack ?
Asked by: Jack Mitchell
Single tagged battery supplied.
Answered by: PW
Date published: 2015-07-17

My rechargable toothbrush has a dead NiCd 600mAh tagged AA battery. Can I replace it with a NiMH 1600mAh to avoid memory effect, or would it need a different charging circuit (and therefore should stick to a NiCd tagged replacement)? I understand it would take longer to charge a larger capacity battery.
Asked by: Mike
you can use higher capacity batteries with no ill effect, they simply take longer to charge but also last longer
Answered by: SG
Date published: 2015-07-17

What does ''tagged'' mean? What does ''memory effect'' mean?
Asked by: kate
Tagged batteries have a solder tag spot-welded on allowing for soldered connections. The memory effect occurs when a battery is charged from a partially discharged state, the battery remembers only the amount of charge it receives and this cuts down on its capacity - typical of NiCd rechargeables.
Answered by: SG
Date published: 2015-07-17

Is the NiMH 4/5AF Tagged a size 4 .battery?
Asked by: Cheng Lee
The battery size is 4/5AF dimensions are, 17X43mm
Answered by: PW
Date published: 2015-07-17

Can I use a 1.2V NiMH battery on a shaver which is currently using a 2.4V NiCd battery? thanks
Asked by: AD
Unfortunately not.
Answered by: DH
Date published: 2015-07-17

There are no markings as to the polarity of these batteries. Which end is the positive end. The only difference is one end has a ridge around it.
Asked by: Alex Redston
The ridge is the positive end
Answered by: PS
Date published: 2015-07-17

There are two "size AA" batteries listed here - with slightly different capacities and dimensions (L25AR and VN19V). Which of the two has dimensions 14 x 47.5mm?
Asked by: Povl Abrahamsen
That is VN19
Answered by: JK
Date published: 2015-07-17
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