Ansmann HyCell LCD Display Battery Tester

Compact Battery Tester with LCD Display for AAA-D Dry Cell, 9V, and Coin Cell Batteries with Included AAA Battery
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Ansmann HyCell LCD Display Battery Tester
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Compact Tester for 12 Types of Batteries

Keep close tabs on every battery in your rig with this universal battery tester from Ansmann USA. The HyCell has slots for the batteries in your guitar pedals, remote controls, and more, and it takes reliable readings of both disposable and rechargeable batteries. An accurate 18-bar LCD charge meter with an intuitive Poor/Weak/Good printed scale gives a good indication of when to charge or pitch a worn battery. Take it from Sweetwater guitarists - you don't want to get caught onstage with a dead battery in your instrument, pedal, or tuner. Take control of your charging schedule with the Ansmann HyCell.

Ansmann HyCell Universal Battery Tester Features:
  • Versatile tester for every battery in your rig
  • Great for tuners, pedals, acoustic guitars, active basses, and more
  • Compatible with AAA, AA, C, D, 9V, Lady N, CR123A, CR2, CR-V3, 2CR5, CR-P2, and coin cell batteries
  • Compact size is easy to throw in a drawer or gig bag
  • Tests disposable and rechargeable batteries
  • Powered by one AAA battery (included)
Get an accurate read on all your batteries with the Ansmann HyCell universal battery tester!

Tech Specs

Manufacturer Part Number 1900-0037

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Tests everything. Excellent tool.

Barely adequate

The bargraph display represents the "open circuit" voltage of a cell. It is better to put some load (current) through the cell to see if the voltage will drop quickly. I wish they would show the actual voltage. I built my own tester with a voltmeter and some load resistors with pushbuttons to engage the appropriate load for the cell under test. A simple chart tells me which volrages are "good". I got the load R values from the battery manufacturer spec sheets. I learned which voltages are bad by testing cells from instruments which indicated "low battery".
Music background: Experienced, Electronics Technician.
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