What is the difference between an OEM camcorder battery and DuracellDirect's camcorder batteries?
The different between OEM Sanyo camcorder batteries and aftermarket camcorder batteries are DuracellDirect replacement
Sanyo camcorder batteries will either meet or exceed OEM manufacturer specifications. Each one of our aftermarket
camcorder batteries comes with a full one year warranty, tested for durability and safety, and meet various UL, CE,
RoHS and FCC safety certifications. Aftermarket camcorder batteries also tend to have higher quality materials, newer
technology, increased battery life, durability and safety.
What different types of Sanyo camcorder batteries are there?
Sanyo camcorder batteries may come in several different battery chemistry types that include Li-Ion (Lithium Ion),
Li-Po (Lithium-ion Polymer), Ni-Cad (Nickel Cadmium) and NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride). There are distinct advantages
over each battery chemistry type that includes increased battery life, faster charge times, light weight, compact size,
and battery stability. All four battery chemistry types are universally compatible but are specific from each model.
Why do Sanyo camcorder batteries have different capacities?
The capacity of a Sanyo camcorder battery may vary from each model and is measured in “mAh” (milliampere-hour). Sanyo
battery capacities will vary due to several factors that include battery size, wattage, voltage and camcorder battery
chemistry type. Sanyo camcorder batteries with a larger mAh capacity will last longer than a Sanyo camcorder battery
with a smaller mAh capacity. Also, Sanyo camcorder batteries with a higher mAh capacity will have more electrolyte and
electrode material in the battery pack cells.
How long will my Sanyo video camera battery last?
Average run time for your replacement Sanyo video camera battery is several hours off of one full charge. Recharging
your Sanyo battery can take up to three hours, with 80% battery capacity being reached within the first hour of
charging. Over 500 discharge / charge cycles can be seen from our aftermarket Sanyo video camera batteries and the
total lifespan is around three years.
The use-per-charge and lifespan are also impacted for your Sanyo video camera battery by the battery type, the amount
of use it gets, and whether it is treated properly.
How safe are Sanyo camcorder batteries and batteries in general? How do I take care of my Sanyo battery?
DuracellDirect replacement Sanyo camcorder batteries and charger products are quality tested and meet a variety of
safety certifications that include RoHS, CE, UL, and FCC. You can always be assured you will be getting a high quality
replacement Sanyo camcorder battery from DuracellDirect.com.
It is very important to take good care of your Sanyo camcorder battery, as battery packs are very fragile and sensitive
to extreme temperatures. Avoid leaving your camcorder battery in high heat, freezing temperatures, wet environments and
high impact abusive conditions. If your Sanyo battery becomes defective, please check to see if it is still under
warranty. If your Sanyo camcorder battery pack is out of warranty, then recycle it at your nearest battery recycling center.
At DuracellDirect.com, we have
camcorder batteries and
camcorder chargers for many other manufacturers and brands. Our customer service can help you determine whether our
Sanyo camcorder batteries or Sanyo camcorder chargers are compatible with your current camcorder model.
To find Sanyo Batteries, Battery Chargers, Adapters, and Accessories select the model of your Sanyo Camcorder.
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