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    9 volt rechargeable

    I am looking for the best 9 volt rechargeable battery to use with my ML pro find 35. I am hoping that it will have a usb connector to charge via usb as well as a standard wall charger. As always thanks for your help!
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    I am also curious as to what 9 volt rechargeable batterys others are using.

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    My go-to source for rechargeable batteries and chargers has always been Thomas Distributing. They do offer rechargeable 9V batteries in NiMH, low self-discharge type NiMH, and lithium polymer. But, they only offer chargers for the NiMh batteries with no option for USB power (that may be a voltage requirement issue) and they tend to be expensive. I thought I would be able to point you toward what you were looking for but I struck out with my usual source.

    Good luck in your search!

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    Quote Originally Posted by desmobob View Post
    My go-to source for rechargeable batteries and chargers has always been Thomas Distributing. They do offer rechargeable 9V batteries in NiMH, low self-discharge type NiMH, and lithium polymer. But, they only offer chargers for the NiMh batteries with no option for USB power (that may be a voltage requirement issue) and they tend to be expensive. I thought I would be able to point you toward what you were looking for but I struck out with my usual source.

    Good luck in your search!
    Or a capacity issue. Rechargeable 9V batteries are already a tad low on run time as it is.

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    USB standards below 3.1 are limited to 5v. USB 3.1 is capable of 20v. I don't think you'd be able to have both the controller and cells fit in 9v size without sacrificing most of the capacity. Most AA USB tend to have a lot less than than their rated 1400 or so mAh.

    Here's one that uses dual cell charging at Amazon

    Still a little shy on voltage.
    Last edited by Darke; Apr 07, 2019 at 05:46 PM.

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    I use EBL 600mAh 9 volt rechargeable battery. You can find them and a charger for $14.29 (one charger and two batteries) on Feebay. I use them in all of my Garrett pin pointers with no problems.

 

 

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