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Wednesday, 9 May 2012

Battery Performance in Trail Cameras

Sorry I've been a bit quiet recently but I've been busy behind the scenes, so to speak.

I've just completed an extensive test to determine how different battery types perform in and affect the performance of the IR Remote Cameras that I've been reviewing. This is in response to various questions and comments I've received about issues such as the shortening of video length and battery longevity in trail cameras.

The chart below is a summary of my analysis but please note that operational conditions and individual camera performances vary considerably; and this is intended as a guide only.

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Battery Data Sheets:

Duracell 2450 mAh       Vapex 2900 mAh      Energizer Lithium     Energizer Industrial Alkaline

2 comments:

  1. Interesting results Ron,
    I use Sanyo Eneloop batteries in my small camera.See here for details..

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sanyo-Eneloop-Pack-Batteries-HR-3UTGA/dp/B003QQN6RE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1336580798&sr=8-1

    They are the longest lasting batteries I have found.
    Keep up the good work. Dave Winter (Brassiclint)

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    1. Hi Dave
      Good to hear from you. Will try and give that type a test one of these days, when I get time!
      Thanks for the comment
      All the best
      Ron

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