AAA Ni-Cad Rechargeable Batteries 300mAh 4pack
AAA Ni-Cad Solar Light Batteries 300mAh 4 pack Interesting Facts About Solar Light Batteries Solar light batteries are low capacity rechargeable batteries. The small solar panels on your solar light can only produce a low amount of energy from the sun each day. Low capacity cells are used so that the solar light batteries can be fully charged in a day and ready for use that night. If too high of a capacity cell was used the solar panel would not be able to charge the solar light battery enough for the solar light to work. The solar light batteries in your solar light should indicate a "mAh" rating on the label. The mAh stands for milliamps which is how much energy the battery can hold. The more milliamps the battery holds the longer your solar light will run at night. There are two main types of solar light batteries Nickle-Cadmium (Ni-Cd) and Nickle Metal Hydride (Ni-Mh). Either battery should work in your solar light. As long as the capacity of the solar light battery you are replacing is similar to the old one with your solar light will charge the solar light battery with no problem. Most solar lights come with batteries already installed. These solar light batteries have a life span of two to three years of good performance. If the solar lights are starting to go dim this is mainly due to the batteries in the light needing to be replaced with new solar light batteries. Most solar lights have a battery compartment cover that allows easy access to the solar light batteries. If you do not see a battery compartment then the solar batteries are inside the light and you will need to disassemble the light to access the batteries. If your solar light seems to be performing poorly, you can test it by temporarily replacing the solar light batteries with normal alkaline batteries. If the solar light returns to its normal brightness it is time to get new solar light batteries. If the light still does not function then the solar light is defective. Be sure to test your solar light in a dark room so that the light sensor will trigger the solar light to turn on. If the solar panel is small enough, you may also try covering the sensor with your hand. At Flipo, we recommend that you replace AA cells with no higher than 1200mAh batteries. If you have AAA Solar Light Batteries you can replace the cells with up to 350mAh batteries. There are exceptions as some solar lights may have a larger solar panel allowing for more energy to charge a higher capacity battery. Refer to the instructions that came with your solar light for details. If you have any questions please feel free to give one of our representatives a call and we will be glad to help you determine the battery you need.
Twenty Years of Product Innovation
Flipo creates and releases innovative products that enhance your lifestyle and surroundings from home and patio accents to personal and pet safety to personal productivity. Each of our products is specifically designed to make your life a little easier, more beautiful or more fun.
Flipo Group's location in the middle of the USA also provides it with a competitive advantage in the distribution of its goods. With two fully staffed warehouses, most in stock orders ship within 48 hours of order receipt. In addition, its strategic location on the intersections of Interstate Highways 80 and 39 ensures that most shipments are never more than four working days away from any location in the continental United States.
Of course none of this would matter if we didn't back it up with exceptional customer service. We think you'll find our customer service among the best of any sized company. At Flipo, we believe your loyalty and ultimately our success, is more about direct communication and customer satisfaction after the sale.
Anyone can imitate; a select few innovate. Flipo Group prides itself on the ability to produce imaginative and unique products you'll want to use every day backed by service you can count on. I personally guarantee it.
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