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Doubts battery

Doubts battery

Doubts battery

I have doubts:

here the temperature varies 33-35C

1) I have AA NI-MH 2600mah batteries from Toshiba, I contacted the manufacturer and he said that there is no problem with the battery life if you store 0% or 100% the reduction in battery life only occurs when recharging

2) the original Toshiba charger does not have a percentage display so I charged all AA Ni-MH 2600mah Toshiba batteries to 100% and I stored them at the temperature I mentioned, I would need to recharge them after how many days or months without harming life battery usage?

3) I have Chinese Nokia BP-5L and original Xiaomi BM20 batteries, I charged them all to 3.8v and stored them at this temperature of 33-35C, after 6 months I saw that their charge dropped a little to 3.78v, which Would it be a longer and safer period of time to charge all of them without compromising their useful life?

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