Recondition and rejuvenate mean the same thing. Essentially as a battery gets older, heat causes areas in the cell to die. These dead zones are called dendrites and will not accept a charge. This causes the electrons to back up, generating heat and more dead zones. Rejuvenating/reconditioning is a process using a burst of electricity to try and dislodge this dead material. This unregulated DC charge, as often as not, overtaxes the cell and causes it to explode with consequential injuries. This is therefore absolutely an option for dying cells. Replacement is the only safe recommended method.

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NiCd and NiMH have similar but not exactly the same charging algorithms with a default by both to a trickle charger thus ensuring a full charge on both chemistries.

 

 

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Deep discharge is simply the discharge of a cell fully.

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NiCd can lose power and go bad through overcharging and heat development.

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Yes a NiCd battery can develop a memory but much more common is the development of dendrites and mistaking the subsequent premature loss of power for memory.

 

 

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NiCd batteries show their age by losing power faster over the same usage levels , requiring more frequent charging.

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NiMh and NiCd have the same dimensions and are a one for one replacements with a 50% increase in usable power.

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NiCd battery packs are welded together with nickel strips, or using prewelded nickel connectors with absolutely no heat or solder such as the Battrx mechanical connectors.

 

 

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Recondition and rejuvenate mean the same thing. Essentially as a battery gets older, heat causes areas in the cell to die. These dead zones are called dendrites and will not accept a charge. This causes the electrons to back up, generating heat and more dead zones. Rejuvenating/reconditioning is a process using a burst of electricity to try and dislodge this dead material. This unregulated DC charge, as often as not, overtaxes the cell and causes it to explode with consequential injuries. This is therefore absolutely an option for dying cells. Replacement is the only safe recommended method.

 

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What is the shelf life of NiCD batteries?

NiCd batteries have a shelf life of approximately 5 years when stored in a cool dry space at a 20% charge.

 

 

 

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