I have a dvd battery which is a 2000MAH battery and lasts 2.5 hrs. I can order a spare which is a 4000MAH one. Will there be a difference?(same voltage both batteries). Not a PC question but I'll bet somebody knows the answer!
Thanks fruit Bat- The battery that came with the player is 2000 MAH and gives 2-2.5 hrs of play under normal conditions. At the time of purchase there was a battery that offered 4-4.5 hrs play but I didn't buy it. I have spoken to an online battery seller and he says the battery that he has to work with my DVD player is a 4000MAH (I was questionning if it were the right battery because of the 2000/4000 discrepancy). He says it def. fits my player (& would refund all costs including postage if it didn't so must be confident!) but I was wondering what the extra 2000 meant? (was it the longer lasting battery I could have bought at purchase?)From your reply I'm hoping that it is the "longer lasting " one!
Salinger- I'm not sure what you want me to say? It is a BIG battery specifically designed to hook on to the end of a Panasonic portbale dvd player it isn't AA's or anything like that H601 (the original was a H603 which was why I was questionning the seller who was advertising it for my DVD player)
But you will have to be carefull of charging conditions. The high current density cells are less tolerant of over charging than normal, if it needs a 8hr charge then give it 8hrs dont leave it on all day, also they get hot when charging. It is better to use a charger that is made for NiMH cells not just a NiCd charger.