Depends entirely on how much current you use to charge it.
According to Energizer, they claim that their rechargeable AA batteries will hold their charge for up to 1 year. How long a battery lasts is also dependant on how much it is used.
The Wii remote does not come with its own rechargeable battery. Although there are third party rechargeable alternatives available, the charge times for these batteries differ depending on the brand and model.
No the battery is built in but should last a long time.
Once charge on the built in battery will give you up to 4 hours
This depends on the capacity of the battery and how much current is used to recharge it. Your best choice would be to get a smart charger that automatically shuts off when the charge is complete.
The Nintendo DS battery has been made to be recharged around 500 times, after which the battery life will be 70% of its maximum charge. The length at which a rechargeable battery will last depends on how frequently you charge it. For older devices, it is usually recommended to allow the battery to drain as much as possible before recharging.
For a 9.6v rechargeable Ni-Cd battery recharge time is approximately 4 hours. The battery pack may be a little warm but that is normal. After use the battery pack may be hot. Let the battery cool before charging.
Rechargeable batteries that are not charged for a long time will still work sufficiently. Batteries that are overcharged will damage the battery.
Cannot be given a specific answer - too many variables. What type battery components? Frequency of usage? Length of charge time(s)? How long on the charger? Number of cycles?
Usually about 2-3 hours for best output hope that helps! <><><><><> It depends on the charger.
Under normal circumstances and use Rechargeable batteries generally last approximately 500-800 charge-discharge cycles. If you are an average user of the rechargable battery that would be equal to about 3 years.
Nikon batteries come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Each battery is different depending on the camera. Most Nikon batteries now are small square batteries that are rechargeable; they have a relatively good lifespan. Nikon batteries are made out of either Nickel Metal Hydride or Nickel Cadmium, depending on the battery. Both of these are rechargeable. When the battery does not hold a long charge between recharges, it is time for a new battery.
No set answer to that. It depends on the capacity of the battery and the power consumption of what it's connected to.
How long does it take for an 18v battery to charge
Yes you can. The battery supplies only as much current (amps) as the lamp draws when connected to 6 volts. The "12 amp" battery won't supply any more current when the lamp is shining than the "6 amp" battery did, but it'll last twice as long between charges.
That depends upon how long the battery has been used and how good a battery it is.A good battery is designed to last a full day in use.
Rechargeable batteries do wear out usually after their self life or prolonged use. Depending on how long you have had that particular battery and how many times it has been recharged determines how long they will last.
Rechargeable batteries usually last 300 to 500 cycles which is when a battery is at 100%, then is drained to 0% and charged again. Even if you do not drain it completely and recharge the battery, it is still considered a cycle.
No set answer to that, it depends on the size/capacity of the battery and what it's powering.
With a charger specifically designed to charge this battery.
It depends on what kind of battery it is.
I assume you mean how long to charge the battery. You should never let the alternator charge a dead battery if possible. The alternator is designed to keep the battery charged but not to charge a dead battery. You put a strain on the alternator and it can cause a diode to burn out. Drive home and then put a battery charger on the battery to fully charge it.
The storage battery industry is driven by industry needs for small, long-lasting, cost-effective storage, or rechargeable, batteries.