What is the difference between an OEM digital camera battery and DuracellDirect's digital camera batteries?
DuracellDirect has in stock a variety of replacement Casio digital camera batteries. Each battery is guaranteed to meet
or exceed OEM specifications, and all of our products come with a one year warranty. Our aftermarket digital camera
batteries are made with only the highest quality cells, providing you with a longer battery life and better durability.
In order to assure safety, each product attains several different safety certifications, such as UL, RoHS, CE, and FCC.
What different types of Casio digital camera batteries are there?
Each of our replacement Casio digital camera batteries will consist of one of the four chemical compositions: Ni-MH
(Nickel Metal Hydride), Ni-Cad (Nickel Cadmium), Li-Ion (Lithium Ion), and Li-Poly (Lithium Polymer). Each type is
widely accepted for use in digital camera batteries. There are slight differences in the batteries made of each
chemical composition, such as longer life cycle, or longer life per charge; however, the difference may not be noticeable.
Why do Casio digital camera batteries have different capacities?
The capacities of each aftermarket Casio digital camera battery will change depending on various components of the
battery: chemical type, size, voltage, and several others. Larger batteries will likely always last longer than smaller
batteries of the same chemical composition. Also, the capacity will increase if the digital camera battery cells
contain more electrode material and electrolytes.
How long will my Casio digital camera battery last?
The average lifespan of our aftermarket Casio digital camera batteries is two to three years, or 500 discharge / charge
cycles. It will also last several hours of use per charge. When charging, roughly 80% capacity can be reached within
the first hour, with the remaining capacity taking another one to two hours longer. Both the use-per-charge and overall
lifespan can be affected by various condition, such as battery type, whether it is taken care of properly, and the
current status of the battery.
How safe are Casio digital camera batteries and batteries in general? How do I take care of my Casio battery?
Our aftermarket Casio digital camera batteries attain various safety certifications to provide customers with not only
quality, but reassurance. These safety certifications include RoHS, CE, FCC, and UL.
All digital camera batteries, though durable, can be easily damaged in certain situations. Extreme conditions include
too much heat (such as leaving your battery in direct sunlight in a car), water damage (from gathered moisture, or
rain), and freezing temperatures. Physical damage to the battery can also cause long-term effects; dropping or hitting
the digital camera battery may cause internal defects, or even short circuit the battery completely due to disrupted
cells. Be wary of any leakage coming from the battery, and dispose of it properly through a recycling center.
There are many other brands as well for digital camera batteries and digital camera chargers at DuracellDirect.com. Contact our customer service
team to see if your current Casio digital camera model is compatible with any of our Casio digital camera batteries.
To find Casio Batteries, Battery Chargers, Adapters, and Accessories select the model of your Casio Digital Camera.
At DuracellDirect.com we are proud to offer our 100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee on all of our Casio Batteries, Casio chargers, Casio adapters and accessories.