|Feb 20, 2009, 11:46 AM|
Joined Sep 2008
batteries for air hogs transmitters - can I use rechargeables?
I have some new 2450 mA AA Energizer rechargeable batteries - can I use these in my transmitter instead of alkaline or would they screw it up? Figured I better ask some people who know first...
|Feb 21, 2009, 11:30 AM|
Rechargeable batteries have a slightly lower voltage then regular batteries. The way I worked around this was to make an external battery pack (the BatPak I call it). It adds an extra battery or two depending on the particular model. For a 4 cell transmitter it uses five batteries (4.8 volts), for a 6 cell TX it uses eight batteries (9.6 volts).
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