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Nickel-metal hydride cells resistant to high currents The technology of NiMH cells is continuing... more
Nickel-metal hydride cells resistant to high currentsThe technology of NiMH cells is continuing to develop at a rapid pace. The cells are becoming ever more resistant to high currents and, in most cases, now even surpass NiCd/sintered or sintered cells. NiMH cells deploy their maximum power directly after charging, whilst the cells are still warm. The battery capacity stated is for a new battery; this capacity decreases with each charge/discharge operation. Storage can also be cause for a gradual reduction of battery capacity. In model building, the high discharge currents involved mean that battery capacity drops to about 70 - 90% after 50 cycles, even if all storage and charge/discharge rules are followed.
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|Number of batteries:||1.0|
|Batteries or accumulators included / suggested:||Y|
|Battery cell type:||NiMh|
|Overall length [mm]:||15|
|Max. continous discharge [A]:||0,5|
|Max. discharge current [A]:||2|
|Max. charge current [A]:||0.5|
|Cell count NiCd, NiMH:||1|