Energizer Ultimate Lithium AA Batteries (1.5V, 3500mAh, 8-Pack)

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Energizer Ultimate Lithium AA Batteries (1.5V, 3500mAh, 8-Pack)
Key Features
  • Weighs 33% Less Than Alkaline Batteries
  • Holds Power for 20 Years
  • Operating Temperature: -40 to 140°F
  • Leakproof Construction
These 3500mAh Ultimate Lithium AA Batteries (8-pack) from Energizer are designed to give your modern electronic devices long-lasting performance. Power cameras, GPS units, wireless controllers, and more with these cells that weigh 33% less than equivalent alkaline batteries. A low self-discharge rate means they hold power for up to 20 years in storage. The batteries function in temperatures from -40 to 140°F, and their leakproof construction will help keep your devices safe.
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  • This product may contain mercury. Consult your local environment authorities for regulations regarding how to properly dispose of products containing mercury.

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Energizer Ultimate Overview

These 3500mAh Ultimate Lithium AA Batteries (8-pack) from Energizer are designed to give your modern electronic devices long-lasting performance. Power cameras, GPS units, wireless controllers, and more with these cells that weigh 33% less than equivalent alkaline batteries. A low self-discharge rate means they hold power for up to 20 years in storage. The batteries function in temperatures from -40 to 140°F, and their leakproof construction will help keep your devices safe.

UPC: 039800062826

Energizer Ultimate Specs

Battery
Battery Type8 x AA
Battery ChemistryLithium
Battery Voltage1.5 V
Capacity (mAh)3500 mAh
General
Operating Temperature-40 to 140°F / -40 to 60°C
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.28 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.2 x 2.7 x 1.2"
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Are the Energizer Ultimate Lithium AA Batteries rechargeable? If yes, please advise charger type, model No, etc...
Asked by: Elie
As far as I am aware, they are not.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-02-01

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can you use a lithium battery as a subsistute ?
Asked by: Anonymous
Unfortunately, I am not quite sure with which item you would be using the lithium battery as a substitute, as you did not list the brand/model of the item in which you are interested in using lithium batteries in your inquiry. As such, the best answer I may provide is it would depend on the specific device in question. I would recommend either checking your device's instruction manual or contact the manufacturer to inquire if your device may use lithium batteries. While the above Energizer Ultimate Lithium AA Batteries are physically the same AA size as standard LR6 AA alkaline batteries and rechargeable Ni-MH batteries, some devices cannot use lithium batteries, and lithium batteries may not be recommended for certain devices due to the heat they produce during usage. Many digital cameras and flashes state in their instruction manuals not to use lithium batteries, though some do state it is okay. As your answer is device-specific and no device was listed, as previously stated, I can only recommend to check your device's instruction manual or contact the manufacturer with your model number for assistance with your inquiry.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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What charger do you use to charge these batteries?
Asked by: Anonymous
The Energizer Ultimate Lithium AA batteries are not rechargeable. For rechargeable AA batteries, you will need NiMH batteries. Check out the Watson 4-Hour Rapid Charger with 4 AA NiMH Rechargeable Batteries (2300mAh): http://bhpho.to/1kfqQkD
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2020-12-17

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what aa batteries do you advise for thermal imager its hungry on them/?
Asked by: Anonymous
Read your instructions. Some items such as many camera flash units say to not use Lithium batteries. Make sure your instruction do not prohibit, while some cameras say to not use Ni-Cad. If you must use alkaline batteries, try Duracell Procell. They are very good and often less expensive when purchased in bulk to many others.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2019-07-02

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can you use a lithium batery in place of a carbon battery?
Asked by: Anonymous
Isn't carbon battery the old standard one? In any case, the lithium replaces any AA battery you can find on the market. I use it to power underwater flash unit. It is expensive but last for a long time. I heard that many photographers use it to power their flash units.
Answered by: Edan K.
Date published: 2019-06-25

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what is the difference between 1.2 volt and 1.5 double a batteries /?
Asked by: Anonymous
Aside from 0.3 volts I don't know of any.A better question would be.What's the difference between Lithiums and regular Alkalines?Lithiums last longer. A lot longer
Answered by: EZRA S.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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