Overview and Specifications:
|Model Number: BT-168D||Type: Household Battery Tester|
|DIY Supplies: Electrical|
Opp bag packaging
1, the voltage is 1.5V disposable battery and rechargeable battery, including: No. 5 (AA), No. 7 (AAA), No. 1 (D or large), No. 2 (C or No. 2), AG series Button battery, etc.
2. The voltage is 9V disposable battery and rechargeable battery.
From the position of the pointer, it can be seen that the battery is:
1. "Enough power": GOOD-good,
2, "low battery": WEAK – weak battery,
3, "No electricity": REPLACE – need to replace the battery.
Universal Button Battery Checker Tester AA AAA C D 9V
Don\'t for Guess Which Batteries to Keep and Which to throw Away,
Place your battery between the two points of the battery tester,
And the easy-to-read display will tell you instantly whether you have a dud,
Or if you can eke out another few minutes of battery life.
Checks power level of all 1.5V amp, 9V batteries
Easy to read, colour coded meter indicates power level
Tests 1.5V miniature cells
Three result: red=replace, yellow=low power, green=good
If needle does not move, check that battery s feelings contacts before assuming
That it is completely dead.
The battery tester may be used to test the following sizes:
AAA, for HP16, MN2400, R03
AA, HP7, MN1500, UM3
C, HP11, MN1400, SP11, LR14, UM2
D, HP2, MN1300, SP2, R20, UM1
9V: PP3, MN1604, 6F22, 006P
The battery tester is activated by the battery being checked. Keep test times as short as possible, to avoid unnecessary battery drain.
Item size: 110*59*25mm
Net weight: 51g
Note: AAA battery not include
1 x Battery Tester