NiMH 2500 mAh AA rechargables for Radio
Energizer has NiMH 2500 mAh AA rechargables and a charger.
Their charger's output is 2.8v @ 360 mA, per channel, charging 4 bats at a time. Each channel charges 2 - 1.2v batteries, thus the 2.8v per channel output (x2). So far, so good! The 360 mA output has me confused.
Isn't battery charging theory all the same?
If the bats are 2500 mAh, where does the 360 mA output come into play?
Why do our R/C chargers' ask for the mAh setting, (such as 3000 or 3300) regardless of how many cells there are?
Can these bats be charged on R/C type chargers with the proper settings? And what would these settings be?