I did a search on this subject but could not find an answer.
Trying to be 'greener'.....I want to start using rechargeable LIR 2032 batteries in my blinkies (unsure of brand) but also in my Sigma 2209 computer. I understand that the voltage is 3.6 V versus 3.0 V and I read a blurb regarding the possibility of damaging equipment with a higher voltage.
I know just enough about electricity to be dangerous so any comments will be greatly appreciated.
I can live with 'killing' a blinkie but my biggest concern is....can I use the 3.6 V batteries in my Sigma computer and sensors safely?
I also read that the LIR 2032 batteries have 1/5 the capacity and so the run time will be considerably shorter. Is that true?