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Reply-To: "Steve Barker"
From: "Steve Barker"
Subject: Re: testing AA batteries?
Organization: Yeah, Ok.....
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Date: Mon, 16 Dec 2002 21:43:36 GMT
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I'd pop 'em in a AA flashlight and see how bright it is.
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"Lee Carkenord" wrote in message
> My household uses a lot of AA alkaline batteries.
> I often want to test one of these batteries to see if it has any
> remaining useable "life".
> I have several digital voltmeters /multimeters available.
> I'm looking for a really really simple way to put an individual AA
> cell under a lite load to run a voltage check.
> Whats a good simple not-techie way to do this?
> What is the voltage that is the dividing line between "good" and
> "replace"......? This is for alkaline AA's only.
> Thank you Lee Carkenord
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