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Tenergy T-333 Universal Battery Tester Checker for more than 12 Types of Batteries (01117)

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Description
Features and Benefits:
  • Multi-purpose Battery Condition Checker
  • Testing more than 12 types of rechargeable and non-rechargeable batteries:
    • AAA
    • AA
    • C
    • D
    • 9V
    • CR123A
    • CR2
    • CRV3
    • 2CR5
    • CR-P2
    • Button cells or other batteries with same voltage
  • One battery tested at each time, its strength is shown on the LCD display
  • Manufacturer's Part Number: 01117


Index of the LCD Display:
LCD Display Rechargeable Battery Primary/Alkaline Battery
Columns 1-4 (POOR) Battery is empty, should be recharged Battery is empty, should be disposed properly
Columns 5-9 (FAIR) Battery with limited strength left, it should be recharged Battery with limited strength. Limited usage or disposal recommended
Columns 10-18 (GOOD) Battery has adequate power Battery has adequate power
Specifications
Reviews
4.3
18 Reviews
5
67% (12)
4
11% (2)
3
11% (2)
2
6% (1)
1
6% (1)
By Bernie
Chicago
CANNOT TEST CR2450 3 Volt button cell batteries Do Not Buy if you want to test these.
December 14, 2019
I purchased this tester primarily to test CR2450 3Volt button cell batteries. Now that I have the tester (and 3 Volt Batteries also purchased from Battery Junction) I see that the CR250 batteries do not fit in the 3Volt round slot so I cannot test the batteries. I relied on their advertising that said Button cells or other batteries with same voltage could be tested. The tester itself says 3V in the round circle. Very disappointed in advertising and product.
By Jerry
Schenectady, NY
Most bang for your buck
September 21, 2019
Simple, easy to use, and inexpensive. What more do you need?
By Bill
Brooklyn, NY
T-333
July 1, 2019
It's not as accurate as the ZTS model. Of course the ZTS is more expensive.
By Raymond
Cedarhurst, NY
Great Battery Tester
January 18, 2019
This is a great little battery tester,
Are use it all the time never failed me yet.
By TomESD
Roselle, IL
Great battery checker to have around the house
October 27, 2018
Simple, versatile, and inexpensive, this item is sold under a variety of brand labels, and no matter the brand, this checker is very useful to "separate the sheep from the goats" when you encounter a typical battery stored in that junk drawer, or a dim flashlight that has a number of cells. While it doesn't provide a "load" test capability, it still works well for Alkaline's and Carbon Zinc's, even most button cells you run into (since many are alkaline, not Lithium), but be aware that the test of "flat discharge" cells like newer NiMH and Lithium's might not be telling the whole truth unless they are almost totally depleted.
Q&A
5 Questions & 5 Answers
Spyros Poulos
from NY, NY asked:
February 24, 2015
Does the LCD give you an actual voltage readout of the battery being tested?
1 Answer
Unfortunately, It does not give you actual voltage. It displays bars to show you whether the power is poor, fair, and good.
Customer Service
on February 24, 2015

Pam
from CT asked:
January 27, 2015
Does this work for NiMH and for rechargeable alkaline?
1 Answer
Yes, this battery tester is compatible with both Alkaline and NiMh batteries, though, Alkaline batteries are primary and aren't rechargeable.
Customer Service
on January 28, 2015

Eric
from San Diego asked:
January 9, 2015
Does this battery tester require batteries?
1 Answer
Yes, this tester is powered by one AAA battery, which is included.
Customer Service
on January 12, 2015

Larry
from NYC Area asked:
July 20, 2014
Does this product test under load, or is it a no load tester only?
1 Answer
This battery checker gives a quick estimate of voltage. The ZTS checkers actually put the battery under load (which takes a second or so), then gives an estimated battery life.
Customer Service
on July 30, 2014

Shailesh
from California asked:
April 10, 2014
Does this product test whether the battery is "dead' or working?
1 Answer
The LCD displays how much power is remaining in the battery. Columns 1-4 show that the battery is empty and should be recharged/disposed properly. Columns 5-9 show that the batty is with limited strength and should be recharged. Columns 10-18 show that the battery has adequate power.
Customer Service
on April 11, 2014

Tenergy T-333 Universal Battery Tester Checker for more than 12 Types of Batteries (01117)

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