traveler camera batteries

  norman A 23:08 15 Jan 2009

Would anyone on the forum know what battery is required for a "Traveler" 5080 digital camera and the "Traveler" 7080 digital camera.
Norman A.

  MCE2K5 23:28 15 Jan 2009

Traveler DC Series: DC-7080 click here

"Traveler" 5080 digital camera click here

  norman A 23:43 15 Jan 2009

Please excuse my ignorance.
Is it possible to charge the "Traveler" 5080 battery ( 650mAh )with the charger for the "Traveler" 7080 ( 700mAh )
I have misplaced the charger for my 5080, but I have a charger for my 7080, hence the question.
Norman A.

  six-h 00:55 16 Jan 2009

Bookmarked :-)

  Stuartli 10:47 16 Jan 2009

If the batteries are the same type and voltage, along with the charger's connection plug, then it should/will be be OK.

The 650mAh and 750mAh merely indicate the maximum capacity of each battery.

  Stuartli 10:51 16 Jan 2009

I use a battery charger for AAA and AA rechargeable batteries of various mAh capacities.

The AAs go up to 2300mAh capacity but, because the charger itself was manufactured before such capacities were available, I have to switch it on again once or twice after the green trickle light first comes on, to ensure that the batteries are fully charged.

This might be the case for the 750mAh battery, although the batteries' capacity difference is much smaller.

  norman A 03:05 17 Jan 2009

Would anyone on the forum know where I might purchase a battery charger for a "Traveler" 5080 digital camera.
Either a mains unit or a car unit would do.
If a mains unit, I would prefer one that conforms with Australian standards.
Norman A.

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