I have a AA battery case with two batteries in series. Each one outputs 3.7v.
Can I substitute a single 7.4v battery and place it on one side of the battery pack. Assume amps are the same ?
July 06, 2017
What kind of battery is 3.7V? Normal is 1.5V. Assuming your AA batteries are really 3.7V each then yes, you can substitute a single 7.4V battery pack.
July 17, 2017
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