LP-E6 vs LP-E6N vs LP-E6NH self discharge

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OP jgveill New Member • Posts: 6
Re: LP-E6 vs LP-E6N vs LP-E6NH self discharge

I started my voltage measurement and already get something. It's really early but I think it's worth to give your an idea.

I have 1 x LP-E6NH ; 2 x LP-E6N (16 months old only 200 shots taken) ; 2 x NB-2L (16 y old and 10 y old for Canon PowerShot camera) and I took a 18650 battery to not have any type of protection (3 years old).  All of them were fully charge the same day.  Note that by default my Fluke is 4 digits below 6 volts and the first days I forgot to force it 4 digits for higher voltages.

.003V lost with a bare 18650 compared to a .039V lost on a younger LP-E6N (that's 13 times worst than the bare battery) and .026V for a brand new LP-E6NH which is 9 times worst than the bare battery.  The old NB-2L were certainly less protected being only 5 times worst than a bare battery

So battery packs circuits matters and we will see what happens on long term.


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