A voltmeter and battery tester for all your batteries, AA, 9V and CR2032Designed by MElectronics in Canada
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Have you ever have tons of batteries in your drawer, without knowing which one are again usefull and which one have to be recycled? If yes, you have probably tried to see if the batterie isn't dead b…Read More…
Have you ever have tons of batteries in your drawer, without knowing which one are again usefull and which one have to be recycled? If yes, you have probably tried to see if the batterie isn't dead by dropping it to see if it bounce, or put your tongue onto a 9V batteries to see if there's still power in it and regret it after because you can't feel your tongue anymore.
That happend to us, and that's why we decided to make the VoltONE, a cheap way to separate dead batteries from new ones. Also, we decided to create that, because batteries can be tested using a multimeter as well, but some cost around 20-30 dollars (without shipping or taxes), so it's not everybody that have the budget to spend that much just for testing batteries.
The VoltONE is a small battery tester that can test AA batteries, 9V batteries, and CR2032 and CR2025 as well. You just need to plug it with a USB-C cable to power it, insert the battery, and that's it! You'll just have to compare the voltage to see if your battery is dead or not (A paper with all the dead voltages will be put inside the shipping package)
We decided to not put a USB-C cable, first to keep the cost low, and because these days, everybody which have a cellphone, earphones, tablets, etc, have a USB-C cable, so it would be useless to have a second cable. Also, including a USB-C cable would mean more transportation for it to reach us.
Kenneth | Nov. 7, 2023
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