What does it mean when the Energizer battery charger beeps?
Green light – Charge is complete and batteries are 100% full; audible beep upon completion. Bad Battery Detection Alert – If a bad battery is detected a red ‘x’ will illuminate; repetitive audible beep upon detection.
Why is my NiMH battery charger beeping?
A single beep signifies that charging has started, two beeps continued mean charging is completed, and a continuous beep is the bad battery detection alert.
Why is my Energizer battery charger not working?
Check Connections Make sure that the charger is plugged in correctly either to the wall or to your device. If your Energizer battery charger has a removable power cord, check that the cord is properly attached to the charger.
Why does my Energizer battery charger blink red and green?
CHARGING TIMES NOTE: Alternating red/green LED indicates a bad or non-rechargeable battery. If charging 2 batteries only, place them together on the left or right side.
How long should I charge my Energizer rechargeable batteries?
The charge time for the included 1300 mAh AA batteries is about five hours. The 11-hour timer is strictly a back-up safety feature in the event the charger doesn’t turn off once the batteries are fully charged.
How do you know when Energizer rechargeable batteries are fully charged?
Lift the prongs of the AC plug until fully extended. Plug charger into a standard 110-120 volt AC outlet. The green LED will light during charging. – It is normal for batteries to become warm while charging and is no cause for alarm.
What does it mean when a battery charger is blinking?
The CHARGE light may flash for the following reasons: The environmental temperature is too cold to charge the battery pack. The battery pack has not been used for a long time. There is a poor connection between the battery and charger.
Do rechargeable batteries go bad?
A rechargeable battery can be used efficiently for 5 to 7 years if it is well maintained and frequently used. However, a rechargeable battery that is kept and used can last only two to three years with bad performance and less efficiency. Keep using your batteries if you want them to last longer.
Can you leave NiMH batteries on charger?
Discontinue using a charger that “cooks” batteries. Nickel- and lithium-based batteries require different charge algorithms. A NiMH charger can also charge NiCd; a NiCd charger would overcharge NiMH. Do not leave a nickel-based battery in the charger for more than a few days.