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    Battery question

    Hi all,

    I have (had) a xeccon s12 that the light has died (dropped it) but the battery is still good. The replacement might be a cleanskin duo. Just wondering about the battery though.

    Both are 8.4V, but the s12 is 6400mAh and the duo is 4400mAh. Can I use the s12 battery on the duo as a back up if needed? Would it be too much for the lamp to handle or would it just have a longer burn time?

    Electronics has always befuddled me, thanks for any advice.

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    Yes no worries, it will just run down faster.

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    Thanks, which will run down faster, the 6400 or the 4400?

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    The bigger the capacity number the longer the runtime.

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