Charging some maha powerex 2700 batteries on a maha charger now, and 2 of the 4 red LEDs are blinking. Anyone knows what this means? Are the batteries dead?
Red almost always means bad (when there're also green indicator LEDs present, lah).
And blinking red is also rarely a good thing.
Is there an option to discharge completely the batts? Do that, and try to charge again after the discharging cycle.
Have you tried putting the batteries in different charging chambers? If the same batt gives the same red blinking LEDs, that means it's probably faulty already.
that's why i like my wizard one analyser. it tells me when the battery is dead.
your batteries might be gone case liao. i used to get blinking LEDs on my GP charger for some batts. kept those batteries one side. after i bought my maha, i tried again. some of them could be charged for a few more cycles, but some of them really died liao. "high impedance"
Yes, using a 401.
I can't understand why every set of Maha powerex 2700s that I have eventually develop this blinking problem within a year. I put them through normal use in a camera, not a flash, and all have been charged less than 25 times. So far my Maha Imedions don't have this problem.
Blinking red light means the battery is faulty.
Ask eastgear, they are the authorised distributor.
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