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Konica Minolta DIMAGE X50 Battery - Rechargeable Li-ion Digital Camera Battery For Konica Minolta DIMAGE X50 [800mAh 3.7V]

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  • This Konica Minolta DIMAGE X50 battery is made specifically for your konica minolta digital camera and to meet or exceed the original manufacturer specifications. Our Konica Minolta DIMAGE X50 battery provide a full 1 year warranty and 30 days refund! Why go somewhere else and pay more? Get the quality and reliability that you need at the fraction of the OEM cost.

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Battery Specs & Technical Details:
Battery Chemistry Lithium Ion (Li-Ion), Newer type of rechargable, giving best performance for a rechargable.
Capacity 800mAh
Voltage 3.7V
Color Black
Dimension 48 x 15.5 x 15.5mm
Net Weight 45.36g
Product Brand Konica Minolta Digital Camera Batteries
Product Name Best replacement for the original konica minolta dimage x50 battery packs.
Replacement for The Following Battery Code
Manufacturer Part Number Konica NP-700 ,
Work With The Following Digital Camera Models (Press " Ctrl+F " to search your Model)
Compatibility Konica Minolta Dg-x50-K , Konica Minolta Dg-x50-R , Konica Minolta Dg-x50-S , Konica Minolta Dimage x50 , Konica Minolta Dimage x60 ,
Warranty Policy
Condition Brand new in box, Never used, OEM equivalent replacement part. 100% original manufacturer compatible and run longer time!!
Standard Warranty Full One Year Manufacturer Warranty & 30 Days Money Back Guarantee!
No memory effect. Chargeable even if it has not been used up yet
Highest quality premium Japanese battery cells are used in our konica minolta dimage x50 digital camera batteries
Most konica minolta digital camera batteries are pre-charged before shipping
Replacement batteries which are as good or often better than the originals
Manufactured By Hi-Capacity power products.
Order your konica minolta dimage x50 Battery before 2:30PM we will usually ship the same day

* Disclaimer:The konica minolta dimage x50 digital camera batteries offered by us are compatible with certain products of batteries manufacturers. All the information presented on this website may contain references to products or trademarks maintained by such manufacturers, which is solely to show the batteries with which our digital camera batteries are compatible. Besides, our company and website are neither related in any way with these manufacturers nor are the products listed in our website manufactured by those batteries manufacturers.

How To Store Li-ion Konica Minolta DIMAGE X50 Digital Camera Battery?

  1. Keep konica minolta dimage x50 battery in a cool and dry storage area. Refrigeration is recommended but freezers should be avoided. When refrigerated, the dimage x50 battery should be placed in a plastic bag to protect against condensation.
  2. Do not fully charge lithium and nickel-based batteries before storage. Keep them partially charged and apply a full charge before use. Store lithium-ion at about 40% state-of-charge (3.75-3.80V/cell open terminal). Lead-acid batteries must be stored fully charged.
  3. Do not store lithium-ion fully depleted. If empty, charge for about 30 minutes before storage. Self-discharge on a depleted dimage x50 camera battery may cause the protection circuit to trip, preventing a recharge.
  4. Do not stockpile li-ion batteries; avoid buying dated stock, even if offered at a reduced price. Observe the manufacturing date, if available.
  5. Never leave a nickel-based battery sitting on a charger for more than a few days. Prolonged trickle charge causes crystalline formation (memory).
  6. Always store a lead acid battery in full-charge condition. Observe the open terminal voltage and recharge the dimage x50 digital camera battery every 6 months or as recommended by the manufacturer.

How Accurate is Digital Camera Battery Quick Testing?

  • The secret of digital camera battery quick testing lies, to a large extent, in understanding how the batteries is being loaded. Digital Camera Batteries loads vary from short current bursts for a mobile phone using the GSM protocol, to long and fluctuating loads on notebook computers, and to intermittent heavy loads for power tools.
  • Because of these differences in loads, a battery for a digital mobile phone should be tested primarily for low impedance to assure a clean delivery of the current bursts, whereas a battery for a laptop should be examined mainly for the bulk in energy reserve. Ultra-low impedance is of less importance here. A battery for a power tool, on the other hand, needs both ¡ª low impedance and good power reserve.
  • Some quick testers simulate the equipment load and observe the voltage signature of the digital camera battery under these conditions. The readings are compared with the reference settings, which are stored in the tester. The resulting discrepancies are calculated against the anticipated or ideal settings and displayed as the SoH readings.
  • The first step in obtaining quick test readings is measuring the battery¡¯s internal resistance, often referred to as impedance. Internal resistance measurements take only a few seconds to complete and provide a reasonably accurate indication of the battery¡¯s condition, especially if a reference reading from a good konica minolta dimage x50 digital camera batteries is available for comparison.

Battery Don’ts

  • Do not disassemble.
  • Do not leave on charge for extended periods.
  • Do not short-circuit. A short-circuit may cause severe damage to the konica minolta dimage x50 battery.
  • Do not drop, hit or otherwise abuse the battery as this may result in the exposure of the cell contents, which are corrosive.
  • Do not expose the dimage x50 battery to moisture or rain.
  • Keep battery away from fire or other sources of extreme heat. Do not incinerate. Exposure of battery to extreme heat may result in an explosion.
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