Sometimes the low battery error can occur if your battery cover is damaged. The best way to fix it is to take it to Nikon’s repair center for replacement. Alternatively, you can try charging your batteries with a wall charger. These are our solutions to the Nikon camera dead battery error.
Many things can make you feel drained, like an unbalanced diet, a long day at work, or even spending too much time with others. And while your car battery probably doesn’t go to many social gatherings outside of business hours, there are plenty of other things that can make it feel just as drained.
Slightly short battery life. The Nikon Coolpix A uses a special rechargeable EN-EL20 lithium-ion battery for power supply and comes with a battery charger. The battery is rated for 230 shots per charge according to the CIPA standard, which includes 50% flash photography with the built-in flash.
The power indicator will flash green slowly while the battery is charging. When charging is complete, the power-on indicator turns off. Unplug the charging adapter from the outlet and disconnect the USB cable. The charging time is approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes for a fully discharged battery.
Please check if the contacts of the camera, battery and charger are clean, if there is dirt on any of the contacts, charging may not work effectively. Please also check if the charger or battery is intact by plugging in all the cables correctly and making sure the charging light is on.
After a few hundred cycles, a battery can fall below half its capacity, and if so, it should be “retired”. These batteries can be kept as emergency backups and used only when needed.
It is extremely rare for a battery to explode or cause a fire, but it is important to remember that there is always a risk you are taking when overcharging. The worst thing that can happen when you overcharge a battery is that its capacity decreases over time.
Press the R button and check the battery level and number of shots remaining in the information display. When the battery is low, a warning is also displayed in the viewfinder. If the information display does not appear when you press the R button, the battery is dead and needs to be charged.
Seal the Li-Ion battery in an airtight bag and place in the freezer for about 24 hours. Make sure there is no moisture in the bag that could wet the battery. If you take it out of the freezer, let it thaw for up to eight hours to bring it back to room temperature.
Within the serial number for Nikon batteries the first eight digits are a date, presumably the date of manufacture; e.g. 20191103 would be November 3, 2019. The two characters after the date are the batch number.