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9volt vs. 9.6 Volt revhargables?
Posted by: Harold,ILL.
Date: May 04, 2016 10:45AM
What is difference between 9 and 9.6 volt rechargeable battery's? Would the 9.6 be be better for a Nautilus as more power? I just bought some 9 volts on line that were inexpensive. Then I see the 9.6 volt battery wonder if I should have bought them ? The ones I got are also 280 mah what ever that is? And they are NIMH. Thanks.

Re: 9volt vs. 9.6 Volt revhargables?
Posted by: filternozzle
Date: May 06, 2016 08:22AM
Both myself and my detecting pal use 9.6v batteries in our Nautilus detectors. Never had any problems they work well. Cant say I have noticed any difference.

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Re: 9volt vs. 9.6 Volt revhargables?
Posted by: mrcurious
Date: May 10, 2016 02:11PM
The mah stands for milli ampere hours and that is the current capacity of the battery, the higher the number, the longer they will deliver that amount of current. The nimh stands for nickle metal hydride and it is a type of battery vs. nickle cadmium, or lead acid, and depending on application, they are the better choice for rechargeables.........

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