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Sanyo Rechargeable Batteries

Depending on the size, some Sanyo rechargeable batteries recharge in less time than it takes to go and buy new ones. Once they've reached their lifespan, you can dispose of them at a local recycling centre. Aside from those conveniences, your wallet takes less of a hit when reusing batteries as many as 500 times or more. In addition to saving time and money, they perform better than ones you toss after every use. Remember to check out the inventory of battery chargers so you'll never be without power, whether operating a TV remote or children's toys.

Battery Sizes

Sanyo, a subsidiary of its parent organisation Panasonic, patented their first Eneloop rechargeable battery in 2005. Available as AA and AAA rechargeable batteries, they retain approximately 85 per cent of their energy within a span of one year. These popular sizes are used in MP3 players, digital cameras and other small electronic devices. Furthermore, you'll find them powering facial scrubbers, clocks and Christmas lights.

Chemical Compositions

Sanyo lithium-ion or li-ion rechargeable batteries have a recharging cycle of 1,000 times and discharge at 5 amps. For those reasons, they are sought after for powering security systems in remote locations or in a boat's trolling motor. By the same token, rechargeable nickel-metal hybrid batteries abbreviated as NiMH, work seamlessly without the need to recharge frequently when using handheld devices, such as PDAs and portable music players.


A 3.6V battery works in a range of temperatures, such as -50 degrees Celsius in the Arctic tundra or warmer 30-degree weather in Australia. Likewise, you can power up an array of gadgets from diving equipment to wireless alarms. A 6V Sanyo rechargeable battery powers your camping lantern or provides backup power for emergency lighting systems. Moreover, 9V rechargeable batteries keep smoke alarms and audio equipment performing at optimum proficiency.

Battery Chargers

After a long wait between charges, you'll need a battery charger to get your batteries back to full power. Versatile battery chargers are built to recognise and charge several types of rechargeable batteries in one, convenient unit. Moreover, feature-rich ones boast audio and visual alerts to let you know the charging status, whether at 50 per cent or fully charged.