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Hampton Bay Lithium Phosphate 400mAh Solar Rechargeable Replacement Batteries (2-Pack)
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Hampton Bay

Lithium Phosphate 400mAh Solar Rechargeable Replacement Batteries (2-Pack)

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The Hampton Bay Lithium Phosphate 400mAh Solar Rechargeable Replacement Batteries (2-Pack) will keep your solar lights strong and bright. These batteries are compatible with solar lights that currently use lithium batteries and are size 14430 with 3.2-volts. Pack of 2.

  • Replacement lithium phosphate rechargeable batteries
  • Compatible with high-output solar lights powered by lithium batteries
  • 14430 size
  • 3.2-volts
  • 400mAh capacity

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How do I recharge this battery

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I just bought many landscape lights that use a Solar Lithium Phosphate 1000mAh batteries. How do I recharge them and where do I purchase replacements and how much are they?
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Theoretically, they will recharge in the solar devices if there is enough sunlight during the day. If you have problems keeping them charged, you can buy a charger to do it manually. MAKE SURE any charger you buy is made for LITHIUM PHOSPHATE batteries. they MUST be charged differently than lead acid batteries, and could explode if charged improperly. Dont use any old charger you find laying around. It Read More
Theoretically, they will recharge in the solar devices if there is enough sunlight during the day. If you have problems keeping them charged, you can buy a charger to do it manually. MAKE SURE any charger you buy is made for LITHIUM PHOSPHATE batteries. they MUST be charged differently than lead acid batteries, and could explode if charged improperly. Dont use any old charger you find laying around. It could be dangerous. Read Less
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These batteries rarely last long enough to be only charged by a typical solar light fixture over the long term. This is not at all unusual. I keep several spares and charge them on a special LiFeP04 T4 (4 slot) smart charger available from onlybatteries.com then replace from time to time always keeping fully charged spares on hand. They can be removed from the charger once charged and retain the charge Read More
These batteries rarely last long enough to be only charged by a typical solar light fixture over the long term. This is not at all unusual. I keep several spares and charge them on a special LiFeP04 T4 (4 slot) smart charger available from onlybatteries.com then replace from time to time always keeping fully charged spares on hand. They can be removed from the charger once charged and retain the charge for a long time. So far so good. Read Less
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They should recharge on their own. If not, you have problems with the batteries, and they should be replaced. Or if you have a charger, give them a full charge and watch them, if they do not work as intended, replace them.
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the solar lights are charged by the sunlight. no need to have a separate charger.
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May 26, 2015
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Because this item is only available in select Home Depot stores, I believe the best advice would be to talk to one of our specialty department professionals at your local Home Depot store. For any other questions, please visit your nearest local Home Depot store or call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376. Thank you for shopping Home Read More
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Because this item is only available in select Home Depot stores, I believe the best advice would be to talk to one of our specialty department professionals at your local Home Depot store. For any other questions, please visit your nearest local Home Depot store or call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376. Thank you for shopping Home Depot. Read Less
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ARE THESE BATTERIES THE SAME SIZE AS A REGULAR AA BATTERY IN LENGTH

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NO.... They are shorter than a standard AA. They are called 4/5AA since that is their size. 80% of a AA battery. ALSO and most importantly, they are 3.2 volts per battery compared to 1.5 for a standard AA.
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No, they are not.
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Yes they are.
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No. they are smaller than AA. the size 14430 is about 4/5 size of the AA
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I have a solar yard rock, the battery is LiFeP04 14430 3.2V 250 mAh. Will 400 mahatma battery work?

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I dont know what you mean by mahatma. I assume you meant 400 Mah which stands for MilliAmpHours. This is the capacity rating of the battery. IF and ONLY IF the voltage rating and the physical size are the same, then this battery would work fine in your device. Theoretically, if the device is capable of charging a higher capacity battery and gets enough sunlight to do so, it would give you a longer ON Read More
I dont know what you mean by mahatma. I assume you meant 400 Mah which stands for MilliAmpHours. This is the capacity rating of the battery. IF and ONLY IF the voltage rating and the physical size are the same, then this battery would work fine in your device. Theoretically, if the device is capable of charging a higher capacity battery and gets enough sunlight to do so, it would give you a longer ON time when fully charged than the old 250 MAH battery did. It wont hurt anything to try it as long as the above guidelines are followed. Read Less
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You will have to remove the battery in your current solar device, AND, take it to HD , AND measure ALL dimensions. The solar cells at Home Depot are made by a 'fan' company, not a battery company. Hampton Bay has no concept of 'standard' sizes, i.e. AA, A, AAA.
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i just bought 3 solar powered dummy security cameras

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they call for solar rechargeable AAA? batteries I can only find solar AA? help?
they can use AAA reg batteries but what sold me on camera was the solar panel to keep batteries charged and light blinking?
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They dont have to SAY solar on them. AAA rechargeable batteries are usually either NiCad (Nickel Cadmium) or Litium Ion. Either should work OK.
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Any AAA Rechargeable Batteries will work.
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Lithium Phosphate 400mAh Solar Rechargeable Replacement Batteries (2-Pack) is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 31.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Subject Silestone kitchencounter top I was disappointed that the counter was... Subject Silestone kitchencounter top I was disappointed that the counter was not cut exactly to fit. They had to jockey the pieces to more or less fit. They also had to cut holes in the sheet rock to get the counter top to fit. Also my tea drops on the counter stained the counter. A wet piece of cedar also stained the top. The silestone I installed in my kitchen years ago, did NOT stain. The installers cut the stone at my home to make an adjustment. The Silestone was easy to care for. Soap & water.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Some of them work some of them don't. Luckily I bought extra. Some of them still don't work. I'm... Some of them work some of them don't. Luckily I bought extra. Some of them still don't work. I'm searching for another brand. This was the only one of this size available to me.
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solar batteries Put in the rechargeable battery and the old solar lights are just like do for at least another year. No power used
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Didn't fit the unit but will keep for other units. Didn't fit the unit but will keep for other units.
Date published: 2016-12-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good price and so far so good. good price and so far so good.
Date published: 2016-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Battery These batteries are Lithium Phosphate, not to be confused with Nickle Cadmium batteries. These batteries are for lights that will charge them. Some people seem to think they can replace the old NiCads with these and get good results but that is not the case. They will not charge in the older lamps with NiCad batteries. Only buy these if your lamp originally came with Lithium Phosphate. These batteries run great in my solar post lamp. The lamp stays on for at least 10 hours a night.
Date published: 2013-08-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Never in Stock Two summers now I have made at least 5 trips to my local Newburgh NY Home Depot because their internet indicates the battery is in stock. I have yet been able to purchase these batteries for the Hampton Bay lights I bought for $150 (3 boxes). I would love to know who the people are that maintain the data on the internet. Being a retired content manager for a huge electronics web site, I know how important it is for customer relations to print accurate and reliable information. This is a huge inconvenience to say the least! The lights are great but without batteries, they are useless!
Date published: 2014-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Price. A whole lot cheaper than replacing the lights, and installation was easy. If you have LED lights that are getting dim, or not lasting as long as they did when new, replace the battery.
Date published: 2012-03-14
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