[General battery Q&A] How to check the remaining battery level?
When asking questions about batteries, we often hear people say, ``I can't tell the difference between new and used batteries,'' and ``I don't know how much charge is left in my dry batteries or rechargeable batteries.''
It's true that it's hard to tell at a glance, and the weight doesn't change, so it's difficult to tell the difference. So, this time we will introduce an easy way to check the remaining battery power!
Use "Battery Checker" to check the remaining battery level
Did you know that there is a very useful item called a "battery checker"? As the name suggests, a battery checker is an item that measures the remaining battery power, and cheap ones are also sold at 100 yen shops. There are various types of battery checkers, and they are mainly divided into the following types.
●Type that does not require power supply /batteries・Type that uses batteries
●Measurement method・Analog needle type・Digital type・Lamp type
Regarding the power source, there is a ``battery-free type'' that measures the remaining battery power using the power of the battery itself without requiring a power source such as a dry cell battery for the device itself, and a ``battery-free type'' that uses dry batteries in the device itself to more accurately measure the remaining battery power. There is a "battery type" that can be used. If you want to try it out easily, choose the battery-free type, and if you want to accurately measure the remaining battery power, choose the battery-powered type.
Also, the measurement method differs depending on the product. There are ``analog needle type'' that allows you to see at a glance how much battery power is left, ``digital type'' that allows you to see the remaining battery power in more detail, and ``lamp type'' that allows you to roughly check the remaining battery power. Please choose the appropriate type depending on the purpose you want to use it for.
Enevolt battery checker is convenient here
For those who say, ``I don't know which product to choose...'', we recommend Enevolt's battery checker (for dry batteries only) ! Enevolt's battery checker is a "battery type" that requires AAA batteries in the device itself. The measurement method uses a digital scale that allows you to check the details in 18 steps. Some people may find it difficult to tell how much power is left since there are 18 levels, but the memory section has a design that divides the remaining power into 3 levels (low, medium, and large). Because of this, it is possible to make detailed or rough measurements.
In addition, it is compatible with AA to 5 size batteries, button batteries, and 6P type batteries, and can measure almost all dry batteries, so you can measure the remaining battery power in your house with just one device. Basically, you can easily measure the remaining battery power by simply inserting it in the same way you would normally insert a battery into a device.
If you want to measure the remaining battery power of a rechargeable battery, we recommend Enevolt's battery checker (for rechargeable batteries only) . Compatible batteries are AA-5 and 9V.
What did you think? This time, it is convenient to use "Battery Checker" to check the remaining battery power! I introduced this.
A battery checker is a useful item that will definitely improve your quality of life if you have one in your home. Why not take this opportunity to use the "Battery Checker"?