23rd February 2005, 03:01 PM
I need some advice on battery energy.
I have a battery and the rating is 6 volt 4.5ah I think it stands for 6 volt with 4.5 amphere/hour or something like that.
Can I use it as a battery pack for:
1. A digital camera that uses 6 volt
2. A flash that also uses 6 volt
Will my camera or flash get burnt out?
Thanks for your reply!!!!
23rd February 2005, 09:27 PM
if u can physically slot and fit inside the cell compartment then yes can use
25th February 2005, 03:16 PM
Thank you.... can i say that if I can find make or find a adaptor I can use it on the camera and/or an external flash. My worry is that the electronics system may not be able to take the power supply by the battery.. or am I too overly worry about the camera and the flash to make use of the battery power... please correct me .. Thank you a thousand times!
Originally Posted by user111
25th February 2005, 06:02 PM
Actually, I think that you will have to take note of the battery chemistry.
Different type of batteries react differently to the load they are given and they have different internal resistance.
If the component is designed for a Li-ion battery, then try to use another battery of the same chemistry...
Its best if you have an ammeter and a voltmeter to check out the chacteristics both the original and the battery pack before using.
25th February 2005, 06:49 PM
theoretically, there shouldnt be a problem. Its just a increase in capacity, not power thru put.
Originally Posted by Yappy
But like as Fuzzy mentioned, try to keep to the same battery chemistry.
28th February 2005, 11:17 AM