Product Name: C Size 1.2V 2500mAh Ni-CD Battery
|Nicd Battery Cell|
Suggestions & Cautions
●The cut-off voltage is recommended at 1.0V.
● Charge batteries prior to use.
●Don't solder directly to batteries.
●Don't short circuit or reverse charge.
●Do not dispose of in fire and keep away from damage.
●Store batteries discharged in a cool (storage Temperature at20+5*C,) and dry place.
●The batteries' life may be reduced if they are subjected to adverse conditions such as: extreme temperature,deep cycling,excessive overcharge/discharge.
●Battery should be transported at discharged state.
Instructions for use
The nickel-cadmium battery is packaged in two types, namely, a positive-electrode bump for retail use and a positive-polarity flat-pack for assembly, and there is no difference in capacity. The charging circuit is also similar to the nickel-hydrogen battery described below, using 1.6 times the voltage charge. The number of nickel-cadmium batteries is usually 300 to 800 times, and the capacity will drop to about 80% after 500 times of charging and discharging. The memory effect of nickel-cadmium batteries is more serious than that of nickel-metal hydride batteries. Therefore, it must be charged when it is completely dead to ensure its service life.
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1. The discharge voltage is somewhat different according to its discharge current, which is roughly 1.2V;
2. The battery capacity is expressed in Ah, mAh units;
3. When the discharge reaches the limit of the end of discharge is called "discharge termination voltage", nickel-cadmium battery discharge termination voltage is 1.0V/cell;
4. The use of temperature range -20 °C "60 °C, within this range can be discharged.