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Another feature seen increasingly more on lanterns will be the use of rechargeable batteries. Most campers favor rechargeable lights because "if you employ less 'normal' batteries, you'll spend less money".

Unfortunately, in most cases they're wrong!

Most rechargeable lanterns are fitted with a 6 volt sealed lead acid battery with 3 little lead plates (cells), each cell providing 2 volt. Basically this battery is often a scaled down version of your car battery. These batteries do not like to be drained 'flat' Top Sleeping Big Agnes Double Z and left in a state of discharge. Unfortunately that's how most campers treat their rechargeable lanterns. The lanterns are used until the light goes dim. In order to avoid damage, these lanterns needs to be re-charged to get a period of a minimum of 12 hours, either on 240 volt or 12 volt. Yet when you're camping, 240 volt power is generally not available (when it was, you would not use rechargeable appliances, can you?). To take the car to get a drive for 12 hours as a way to re-charge the lantern is also not an option.

So the lantern is put aside, taken home and left in the garage waiting being recharged (in most cases forgotten about) and that is where the damage occurs. If battery is left flat, layers of sulphur will adhere to the little lead plates inside which makes it harder for electrons to adhere to the plates. The other problem which will occur is always that sometimes the lead plates bend in the event the battery is left flat. If they bend far enough, one plate will touch another plus a cell continues to be dropped, decreasing the voltage by 2 volts. So now the battery can only created 4 volt, as opposed to 6. This is not enough to begin fluorescent lanterns, and will also cause LED lanterns to malfunction.

What happens then?

Every year tens of thousands of rechargeable lanterns are ordered only to become thrown away in a year since the rechargeable battery has seized. Many extra dollars are also wasted because many people believe the issue lies while using fluorescent tubes and buy replacement tubes which still won't work with a dead battery. The 6 volt lead acid batteries may be replaced of all models of lanterns at a cost, sometimes a lot more than what the lantern cost to start with.

Why don't manufacturers put better rechargeable batteries inside their lanterns?

Manufacturers put lead acid batteries within their lanterns since they are CHEAP. In China, where many of these lanterns are produced, these batteries are less expensive than one dollar, therefore keeping the purchase price low, which is Big Agnes Double Z Sleeping Pad Compare Price what most consumers want in camping equipment. The alternatives are a Big Agnes Double Z great deal more expensive. A suitable NiMH battery system inside rechargeable lanterns would boost the retail price a few fold. Unfortunately most campers would won't pay $150 to $300 on an appliance they'd only use a few times a year.

So, what may be the most practical solution to this problem?

If about to catch sure whether you are free to recharge your lantern regularly, you are probably far better off investing in a light which will run on alkaline, or better still, lithium batteries. You can always possess a spare set with you and once you've returned home it is possible to remove these batteries in order to extend their life. You will spend some funds on batteries and often will probably spend less money in the final getting a lot more life through your lantern and it is far less frustrating.

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