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Old 03-21-2014, 03:41 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi all,
I recently got my hands on a Panasonic AG 180 Reporter VHS camcorder. It has a battery, but no cables. Proper chargers seem to cost a fortune, and I'm a student on a budget. How can I get this 12v 2.3Ah Lead acid battery charged? Not sure if it is even good, but it can be replaced. Thanks
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yeah, but i'm not very confident with electronics. what do i have to match for a charger? volts presumably, amps too? i see one like the ones on that amazon link here http://www.rakuten.com/prod/xtend-mini-sla-battery-charger-for-12v-2-3ah-sealed-lead-acid-sla/254386861.html?listingId=301467704&scid=pla_google_ChromeBattery&adid=18165&gclid=CLXHxI7apL0CFRRsfgodPgUAMQ, do you think these are safe?

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