Camera Battery Voltage

  Bebee 12:23 04 May 03
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I want to get a spare Li-ion battery for a digital camera. Internet Cameras Direct do a Hahnel battery which says it is suitable (for Kyocera Finecam). It is, however, rated at 3.7 volts, whereas the Koyocera battery is labelled 3.6 volts. ICD 'believe' it is suitable.

I can get a Kyocera battery for nearly £40. The Hahnel is £24.

Does anyone know if the voltage difference would cause a problem or damage?

Thanks

  Bagsey 14:40 04 May 03

I would doubt if 0.1 volt difference would cause any problems. I suspect that you would get that level of variation from your recharger depending on where you are using it.
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  Bebee 16:14 04 May 03

Thanks Bagsey. That seems sensible. Thanks for the link aswell. They don't have the right battery, but plenty of other well priced goodies I might need. Added to my favourites.

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