If I have a Ni-Cd (Nickel-Cadmium) battery, can I use Ni-Mh (Nickel-Metal-Hydride) cells?
Currently there is no sale of batteries based on Ni-Cd cells, they are replaced by Ni-Mh cells which are less harmful to the environment. These cells can be used interchangeably, so we can use the Ni-Mh battery in exchange for the Ni-Cd battery.
If I have an old charger, will it charge the new one?
In this case, pay attention to the type of cells used in the battery. If you plan to purchase a Li-Ion (lithium ion) battery and have previously used a battery with Ni-Mh (nickel methyl hydride) or Ni-Cd (nickel cadmium) cells, the new battery will not be charged by our charger and you will need to purchase a suitable charger.
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