JVC Camcorder Batteries
Batteries.com has a wide selection of batteries and chargers for your camcorder. Don't miss a precious moment because your camcorder battery stopped working at the wrong time. All of our camcorder batteries come with a 45 Day Money Back Guarantee as well as a One Year Warranty. If you have a Sony Handycam, JVC Everio, Panasonic, Canon, Hitachi or Samsung camcorder, Batteries.com has the power supply you need.
At Batteries.com, we have you covered if your battery stops working too soon. Each battery pack available on our website is built to meet or exceed a rigorous set of standards set by the manufacturer, and we can back that with a 45 Day Money Back Guarantee, as well as a full one-year warranty. So if you find that the battery stops working within a year of purchase, you can call our toll-free customer support line and our call center agents will help you find a replacement JVC Camcorder battery pack.
What's Inside the Battery Makes the Difference
On the whole, JVC Camcorder compatible Li-Ion batteries provide longer battery life and don't suffer from the effects of "Battery Memory", which can lead to shorter battery life in NiMH or NiCad batteries. in fact, many JVC lithium battery packs are good for roughly 500 cycles from low-power to full charge.
Taking Care of your JVC Camcorder Batteries
When it comes to ensuring the long life of your JVC battery, always remember to protect the battery case itself. We all know that electronics can be fragile things, and we've seen how easily plastic cases can crack and break. If you are not careful with the battery pack and it's casing, it could lead to a malfunctioning battery or even personal injury from a cracked or leaking battery case. Protect the battery as you would your Camcorder. Try not to drop the battery on any tabletops or other objects and avoid dropping anything heavy on the battery. Water can also damage the battery. If for some reason the Camcorder or battery comes into contact with water, immediately remove it from the liquid, remove the battery from the and dry as much of the liquid from the device and battery as you can.
How to Safely Charge your JVC Battery
Camcorder batteries don't last forever. And they won't simply stop working one day either. Batteries slowly lose their ability to maintain a charge. If you are finding this to be the case with your's, it's time to take a moment and to see if it can be salvaged before buying a new one. If your battery pack is a Nickel-Metal Hydride Camcorder battery pack, it could be that it's just suffering from a Battery Memory Effect. This will often happen to a NiMH or NiCad battery when it was not entirely discharged enough every few weeks. The battery begins to "recall" the lower charge in stead of the top charge amount, so it fails to charge beyond the low point.
A good way to prevent your JVC Camcorder Ni-MH or NiCad battery from experiencing the "Memory Effect" is to drain your battery down to zero with no power adapter occasionally. When the battery is completely drained, fully charge it again. Doing this will help reset your JVC battery and should allow it to charge properly again.