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Moonrays Rechargeable 600mAh NiCd AA Batteries for Solar Powered Units 8-Pack
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Moonrays

Rechargeable 600mAh NiCd AA Batteries for Solar Powered Units 8-Pack

  • Replacement batteries for your solar fixtures
  • 8 replacement batteries per pack
  • Batteries are recyclable
$11.02 /each

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The Moonrays Rechargeable NiCd AA Batteries are the perfect economical choice for your solar landscape lighting. These batteries charge in direct sunlight, only requiring an annual replacement to ensure optimal performance and light output. This pack includes eight 600mAh NiCd AA batteries and comes with a 1-year limited warranty that protects against manufacturing defects in material, assembly and workmanship.

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Are these 1.2v batteries?

I just mistakenly bought 3.2v batteries from Walmart. I don't want to make the same mistake twice. Your product description and product specs do not include information as to the voltage.
Asked by: DMTerp
They should be. Virtually all (all that I've ever seen) AA NiMh and NiCd battery cells are. Safe to assume batteries will be 1.2 and not more (e.g., 3.x) A higher voltage would be more expensive and rare, and therefore safe to assume that a higher voltage batter will state its higher voltage more prominently.
Answered by: BFromCali
Date published: 2017-02-02

Are theses batteries rechargeable?

I have a battery charger. Could these be recharged with the Charger? I tried to recharge the batteries that came with solar lights but they would not recharge!
Asked by: Coco
I am not sure, But most of these type of batteries should be able to recharge...If the sun can recharge then the plug in charger should also work..
Answered by: RODRICH60
Date published: 2016-09-06

my solar lights came with 400 batteries. can I replace with 600?

Asked by: Bob
The "600" is 600 mAh (milliAmp Hours) or 0.6 Amp Hours. It is referring to the total capacity of the battery cell. A 600 mAh battery (assuming it is an honest and accurate description and at optimum functionality) will have 50% more capacity than a similar 400 mAh capacity cell.* *Generally, I would assume, that more capacity would be better, but there is one reason I imagine that a capacity closest to actual expected use may be preferred. NiCd have a terrible "memory" issue. They tend to lose capacity and need to be "refreshed" with full charge and discharge in order to return to optimal capacity. (Often a few times.) Thus, in these limited situations, it may be potentially preferable to have a battery that has just about the amount of required capacity (e.g., a dusk to dawn light), so that it doesn't suffer as badly from the NiCd memory effect. While NiMH batteries also have a similar memory issue, it is not, I believe, anywhere close to the severity of NiCd. (Perhaps no more than 10% of the severity) So, if it were me, I would probably consider using better, higher capacity NiMH. See below. For additional reference: I don't know about the application of rechargeable batteries for solar usage, but for my household uses (e.g., TV remote) I prefer the (now) more common NiMH (Nickel metal hydride) batteries to these NiCd (Nickel-Cadmium) batteries for their greater longevity. Typical AA NiMH batteries have 2Ah (2000mAh) capacity and are widely available. I would imagine they are interchangeable, but unsure if there is any preference for NiCd in outdoor situations (e.g., solar, as in here). Additional info: Alkaline AA have an average, minimal working voltage of 1.5v, NiMH have 1.2, I believe NiCd is also 1.2 (at least in these AA, AAA type form factors). Lithium variations are of an entirely different sort, and while they can range greatly, are typically around 3.7v, with lower or greater capacity and generally require more elaborate charging equipment due to their more volatile chemistry.
Answered by: BFromCali
Date published: 2017-02-18

How long does the batteries last

Asked by: AD50
They should lasts most of the summer. At least they do with me.
Answered by: Glad
Date published: 2016-08-03
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Rechargeable 600mAh NiCd AA Batteries for Solar Powered Units 8-Pack is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 47.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to install No issues with batteries. Installed with no problems. The batteries were working as soon as they were installed. Nice that they had a little charge.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from GREAT PRODUCT I have ordered these batteries before. Needed more. I have purchased other items for pick up service. Most convenient. I like this service.
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rechargeable batteries I recharge my batteries with my wall charger and it charged in full with no problem.
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from My lights did not work after I changed the batteries... My lights did not work after I changed the batteries
Date published: 2017-01-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from batteries would not charge had to return batteries would not charge had to return
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good purchase arrived on time good purchase arrived on time
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Moonglow rechargeable batteries outlast others! Although Home Depot sells Hudson Bay rechargeables in their solar light section, most solar lights come with Moonglows installed. You can't get them in-store, but HD online offers them, and they are worth the wait - in my opinion far superior - they hold a charge a long time and recharge many, many times - I've had them last 1.5 years in solar lights in the high desert - a punishing environment.
Date published: 2016-04-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from good if they work Half the batteries in the package did not work.The first night the solar lights were bright and stayed on all night. The second week they were not as bright and did not stay lit thru the night
Date published: 2013-03-27
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