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Sanyo 2300mAh NiMH batteries introduction
Dennis Hissink : August 14th 2003 - 10:33 CET
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SanyoSanyo 2300mAh NiMH batteries introduction : Sanyo, the world's leading producer of rechargeable batteries has announced the sale of a AA-size Nickel Metal Hydride battery Sanyo NiMH 2300 series ideal for heavy users of digital devices such as digital cameras because of its superior capacity. The Sanyo 2300mAh batteries achieves the world top-class capacity for retail Nickel Metal Hydride batteries (rated capacity: 2300mAh, nominal capacity: 2150mAh(min.). The Sanyo 2300mAh NiMH series is scheduled to go on sale in the Japanese market Sept. 10, 2003 for 2,200 yen for a 4-battery pack (HR-3UB-4BP) and 1,100 yen for a 2-pack (HR-3UB-2BP). Along with a rapid charger set (N-M56S) compatible with NiMH and NiCD batteries , for 6,800 yen.
Sanyo 2300mAh NiMH batteries introductionSanyo - 2300mAh NiMH - Long lasting
The Sanyo 2300mAh NiMH batteries achieves the world top-class capacity for retail Nickel Metal Hydride batteries due to an approximate 10% increase in capacity compared to Sanyo's previous model. The AA-size high capacity Ni-MH 2300 series is ideal for mobile devices such as digital cameras, audio players and portable video games that require long lasting power. To achieve the world top-class capacity Sanyo selected the perfect battery design.

Sanyo - 2300mAh - New materials
Sanyo's used original high density charging technology to develop high capacity positive and negative polarity material. For mobile devices that need a high electric current, like digital cameras and other mobile devices in the case of repeated use, it's important to maintain stability between the terminals and the batteries. In order to decrease the contact resistance Sanyo introduced a new finish of material for the battery terminals in both positive and negative polarity. Even after repeated use able to maintain stable terminals to contact. Keeping with Sanyo's environmental friendly products didn't use polyvinyl chloride in blister package or in the battery itself. In consideration for the environment reduced waste because the product can be recycled.
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