The NiCds (600-maH) have died in a cordless phone. Can anyone think of
any problems replacing with NiMhs. I just happen to have some NiMhs
and no NiCds.
The phone is a BT Synergy something.
Thank you, everyone. The NiMhs are now in the handset.
BTW, is it just me, but is there not a real information deficit and the
charging requirements of rechargables? Most batteries (and their
packaging) give no information on charging; difficult, I suppose, if
there are a rangle of charger types.
I have one charger that gives minimal suggestions on charging times;
but another -- nothing.
A half decent charger should cut out after the battery is charged or go to
a maintenance charge - but don't expect this with a cheap power tool.
There are types available which will cope with different numbers of cells
and both Ni-Cad and NiMH. Mascot is one make.
This might also help.
*Out of my mind. Back in five minutes.
Dave Plowman firstname.lastname@example.org London SW
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