Tenergy Battery Charger + 4 Pack 3.7V 650mAh RCR123A Li-ion Rechargeable Batteries for Arlo Wire-Free HD Security Cameras (VMC3030) UN/UL Listed
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Charger and Battery For Arlo Security Camera
Lithium-ion rechargeable batteries and specifically designed to work with Arlo Security Cameras seamlessly. Works with Arlo Wire-Free HD Security Cameras (VMC3030)
Advanced, Sophisticated Charging Safety
Built-in protection against reverse-polarity and short-circuit for total charging safety. Built-in temperature sensor catches and prevents charging induced over-heating. Charger body made of fire retardant materials. Also features safety timer which will automatically shut off the charger in 3 hours to prevent over-charge and to give you peace of mind charging Li-ion RCR123A batteries.
Certified for Safety and Power Efficiency
Battery: Extensively tested and certified by the most stringent battery safety standard: UL 1642, UL 2054, UN 38.3, IEC 62133, UL 60950, Battery Directive (2006/66/EC), CSTCG (PI965).
Charger: Certified for international CE and FCC safety standards. It has also been certified to California's CEC standard to ensure power efficiency. Charger Adapter with UL certification.
Other Technical Specifications:
Compatible with Tenergy 3.7V 650mAh RCR123A Li-ion Rechargeable Battery only. Do not charge any other type of battery.
Input: 100-240V AC 50/60Hz
Output: 4.2V DC, 400mA x 4 (1600mA Max)
Dimensions: 3.6 x 3.1 x 1 inch
Battery Size: RCR123A (16340)
Battery Type: Li-ion Rechargeable
Charge up to 500 times
Dimensions: 16.9mm (diameter) x 34.3mm (length)
UL and UN Certified
4 x RCR123A Li-Ion 650mah Rechargeable Batteries
1 x Tenergy RCR123A Li-ion Rechargeable Battery Charger
1 x Power Adapter
Most helpful customer reviews
33 of 34 people found the following review helpful.
I love the charger as well
I can finally stop buying these expensive batteries. They recharge quickly and lasts approximately 2 weeks with heavy usage. If used in a place with low traffic....well they have been in my arlo camera for almost 3 weeks and still show a full charge. I love the charger as well. It shows the status of individual batteries so that you will know the status of each battery.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful.
Works as promised
This rechargeable battery works fairly well. The arlo camera has video setting set at optimized, 80% motion detection, and 10 second recording. I have the camera at the living room and it gets triggered between 50-150 times a day. On average it takes about 2.5 weeks to draing the batteries down to 25% or less before I recharge the batteries. So if the camera is place at an area with low traffic then the batteries will last for months. Eventually it will cost less than regular CR113 batteries
Got this rechargeable CR123 to work with Arlo first generation camera. Batteries are not fully charge out of box. Charged it overnight and installed and the battery indicator showed the batteries at 99% charged. Another user in FB said his showed at 50~55% when fully charged. Need more spare batteries which are very expensive atm. Not sure how long the batteries will last with Arlo camera, will update later.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful.
Head-to-head Competition with Lithiums
By Matthew in North Bend
I got a set of these to test against the regular CR123s for my Arlo cameras. I fully charged them and put them in one camera. Then put new batteries in the other camera.
Both cameras are set to record for 30 seconds when there is motion on the other, and they are both about 200 feet from the base station, so they should have nearly equal loads. After 1 month the lithium batteries still show 80% full. The rechargeables show 50%.
I didn't expect the rechargeables to last as long, so that's no surprise. But if they last like they have been doing, I'll start replacing my disposables with these. At $10/battery for the rechargeables, it's 5x the cost of the disposables. But it won't take long for them to pay for themselves long term.