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Hot Deal (?) rechargeable weaponlight batteries

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by buzzcut, Nov 13, 2006.

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  1. buzzcut

    buzzcut Member

    May 11, 2005

    This is new to me: rechargeable CR123 batteries:

    Charger Features

    * Worldwide usage. Auto AC power adjust from 100-240V.
    * Smart, build-in microprocessor automatically switch off when batteries are fully charged.
    * Safe, build-in IC provides various protection, Thermal protection, Overcharge protection, Short-circuit protection, mechanical. and electrical protection against reversal polarity, and auto defective battery identification.
    * Convenient, 12V car cigarette lighter plug for on the road charging.
    * Compact ( 2.5 x 4 x 1 inch ), Light weight ( 5 oz only ), include charger and all accessories.
    * Charge 1 to 2 RCR123A from 1.5 hours to 3 hours. Peak voltage of 3.0V Li-Ion will be 3.60V after fully charged.

    This charger only compatible with RCR123A 750mAh batteries. This charger is not compatible with 900mAh RCR123A Batteries.

    RCR123A Battery Features

    * Rechargeable CR123A Batteries with 3.0V working voltage and 750mAh capacity
    * Tenergy RCR123A can be recharged up to 1000 times. 1 RCR123A Li-ion = 1000 CR123A Primary Cells
    * Replace the most of CR123A primary Lithium battery for a digital cameras and flashlight
    * Modified Voltage to achieve 3.2v at full voltage; once loaded, cell voltage drops to 3.0v.
    * New Chemistry allows tolerance to under-voltage to 1.6V, fits most flashlight self cut-off voltage.
    * Internal Voltage Regulators.
    * Dimension: 16 D x 34 H mm. (The height 34mm includes the button top).
    * Weight: 17 g or 0.6 Oz.


    Make sure to use code "tenergy5265" ( Expires November 17 ) to get price down to $9.99 :)

  2. VWTim

    VWTim Member

    Dec 23, 2004
    Just watch out what you run these batteries in. The regulation internally isn't that great and they can cause voltage spikes on initial startup until the regulation is going. This can cause damage from popped bulbs or burnt out LED driver boards.
  3. Lucky

    Lucky Member

    Jul 12, 2005
    Calgary, near Rocky Mountains - Canada
    Those batteries in particular, or rechargeable 123's in general?

    I sure want some rechargeables, stores GOUGE like hell on them.
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