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Information Article about Battery Testers
Do you have AA, AAA, C, D, 9 Volt, CR123A, CR2, CRV3, 2CR5, CR-P2, Button Batteries or any number of other types, sizes and chemistries of batteries?
They might be Alkaline NiCD, NIMH, LI-Ion, or Lithium batteries. Irrespective of which batteries you use, you can always benefit from having a good old fashioned battery tester at your disposal. This is also known as a battery analyzer. Having a battery tester in your workshop to measure the power left in your batteries, is always a good idea. Even if you only use it occasionally, it will be so worthwhile to you the time you need it, and have it!
There are battery testers for every kind of battery. Some even have the ability to test varying size batteries. Some can test rechargeable and non rechargeable batteries. Be sure to use the correct battery tester, or analyzer for the type of batteries or battery packs that you might have.
Some battery testers are ultra compact and can even fit in your pocket. Perfect for those who are on the go. They might wish to keep them at the cottage, on the boat, at the office, in the workshop and yes, even in the car or in their knapsack.
There are battery testers that operate with an LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) to show you the readout of their results but all, are super easy to use! Knowing if your batteries have any power left in them is the first step before buying new ones. In non-rechargeable battery chemistry, ie: Alkaline, once they are fully drained of power, they need to be replaced, but not before that time.
Once they are drained (commonly called “’dead”), power cannot be restored to them. They therefore must be replaced. Rechargeable batteries on the other hand, (ie: Nickel Cadmium, Lithium Ion, Nickel Metal Hydride), last a lot longer than Alkaline batteries because they can be recharged many times over. Their price is more expensive but then again, you can see that they will be with you so much longer.
Figuring that you have a broad assortment of battery sizes and chemistries, you will definitely benefit from owning one good battery tester. It’s only logical!
A battery tester is one of those products that you might not often think about buying, but if you do own one, you’ll be glad you do.
Just to the right of this information article, you’ll see our in-house inventory of battery testers.
Before you buy your next battery tester/analyzer, do your research!
Mark down just what you need from your one, then give your battery supplier a call or send an email with your requirements. A trustworthy supplier will want to address your purchase requirements properly and sell you exactly what you require. They will discuss with you, what your future requirements might be so you can consider all aspects of the purchase properly. At MEGAbatteries.com, we are committed to that level of customer satisfaction, so if you have any battery tester questions that have not been discussed on this page, please contact us with your query. We stand ready to assist you! That’s the MEGA difference.
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