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   Voltage       This is the nominal battery voltage. 
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Battery Chemistry
   Rechargeable (Secondary) Battery Chemistry       
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   Nickel-cadmium       Nickel-cadmium batteries (Ni-Cd) are best known as the small AA size rechargeable batteries used in children’s toys. One of the most widely used rechargeable batteries. They are very dependable but contain cadmium and have relatively low capacity when compared to other rechargeable systems. Very good high rate discharge capabilities make them very popular in high drain applications such as power tools.   A more evolved version of the simple nickel-cadmium battery, the vented sintered-plate nickel-cadmium battery is a secondary battery comprised of twenty individual cells. 
   Nickel-zinc       Characterized by a high specific energy and power capability, nickel-zinc batteries (Ni-Zn) provide energy for electric vehicle applications, such as small vans and passenger cars. 
   Iron Electrode       Today, the nickel-iron battery (NiFe) is the most important commercial rechargeable system using iron electrodes.  They are physically almost indestructible.  They have a long life, and can withstand electrical abuse (overcharge, over discharge, short-circuiting, etc.).  They are higher cost than lead acid batteries and have a low cell voltage, low power density, and lower energy density than competitive systems.  Iron-silver batteries have been used in special electronics applications.  The iron-silver oxide batteries have a high energy density and a high cycle life, but they are expensive.  Iron / air batteries may be used as motive power systems.  They have good energy density and low self-discharge, but they have a low efficiency and poor low temperature performance. 
   Silver Oxide       Silver oxide batteries (AgO) are noted for their high energy density and power density.  The silver electrode is high cost, and this has limited the use of the silver oxide batteries to applications such as lightweight medical and electronic equipment, submarines, torpedoes, and space applications.  The silver-zinc cell has the highest energy per unit weight and volume.  Other silver oxide batteries are silver-cadmium and silver-iron. 
   Nickel-hydrogen       The sealed nickel hydrogen secondary battery (Ni-H2) is a hybrid combining battery and fuel-cell technologies.  These batteries have a long cycle life (exceeding all other maintenance-free secondary battery systems), high specific energy, high power density, and tolerance for electrical abuse.  Applications include mainly the aerospace field, but programs have been started for long-life stand-alone photovoltaic systems. 
   Nickel-metal Hydride       Interchangeable with most nickel-cadmium batteries (NiCd), nickel metal hydride (NiMH) batteries generally deliver 10-25% greater capacity than NiCds and are more environmentally friendly than NiCds since they do not contain cadmium. Used in many wireless phones and camcorders. 
   Rechargeable Zinc / Alkaline / Manganese Dioxide       These are the rechargeable "primary" types.  They have a low initial cost, good retention of capacity, and are completely sealed and maintenance-free.  However, their useful capacity is only about two-thirds that of the primary cells, they have a limited life cycle, and the available energy decreases rapidly with cycling and depth of discharge. 
   Metal / Air       Metal / air batteries have been the recipient of much interest, because of their high energy density, long shelf life, low cost, and environmental soundness. 
   Lithium / Manganese Dioxide       The lithium / manganese dioxide system (Li/MnO2) offers the best balance of performance and safety for consumer replaceable battery applications.  They contain liquid organic electrolyte and solid cathode cells. 
   Lithium / Titanium Disulfide       The reaction in lithium / titanium disulfide batteries (Li/TiS2) occurs very rapidly and in a highly reversible manner at ambient temperatures as a result of structural retention. Titanium disulfide is a solid cathode material.  It has a relatively flat discharge and high energy density. 
   Lithium / Iron Sulfide       Lithium / iron sulfide batteries (LiFeSx) are under development for use in electric vehicles.  Operating at a temperature range of 375 - 500°C, the lithium / iron sulfide battery possesses high power, works well in many environments, and is safe, but requires a thermal management system to maintain a proper temperature. 
   Lithium / Manganese Titanium       Lithium / manganese titanium rechargeable batteries (LiMnTi) are compact rechargeable batteries developed for rechargeable watches, and backup power supplies for pagers and timers. The batteries employ lithium-manganese, a complex oxide as cathode material, and lithium-titanium oxide as the anode material. The batteries provide a capacity that is more than 10 times that of capacitors of the same size. 
   Lithium / Polymer       The lithium-polymer battery differs from other battery systems in the type of electrolyte used. The original design, which dates back to the 1970s, uses a polymer electrolyte. The polymer electrolyte replaces the traditional porous separator, which is soaked with electrolytes.  The dry polymer design offers simplifications with respect to fabrication, ruggedness, safety and thin-profile. There is no danger of flammability because no liquid or gelled electrolyte is used.  Theoretically, it is possible to create designs that form part of a protective housing, are in the shape of a mat that can be rolled up, or are even embedded into a carrying case or a piece of clothing. 
   Lithium-ion       Also referred to as lithium-carbon.  The lithium-ion rechargeable cell (Li-ion) refers to a cell whose negative active material is carbon to which lithium cations are intercalated or deintercalated during the charge-discharge process.  Li-ion is one of the newer rechargeable battery technologies. These batteries can deliver more capacity than comparably sized NiCd batteries and are one of the lightest rechargeable batteries available today. Li-ion batteries are the batteries of choice in notebook computers, wireless telephones, and many camcorder models. They are also one of the more expensive rechargeable technologies. Lithium / cobalt oxide - The lithium / cobalt oxide cathode battery (LiCoO2) is very light and has an energy density about three times higher than that of the conventional rechargeable batteries. It is now indispensable for the power source of various portable or mobile IT instruments which need reduction of weight and volume.  This lithium ion battery will play a significant role from the viewpoint of the environment, as it is replacing rechargeable batteries, which contain harmful elements such as lead and cadmium.  Lithium / nickel oxide - The lithium / nickel oxide positive electrode (LiNiO2), has a capacity almost 40% over currently mass-produced batteries. Many can withstand about 500 charge cycles. Lithium / manganese oxide - Lithium / manganese oxide batteries (LiMn2O4) are characterized by high energy density, high power density, good storage life and discharge performance. They offer a big advantage over alkaline batteries and their cost is modest. 
   Lithium-vanadium       Vanadium pentoxide (Li/V2O5) is a solid cathode material into which lithium ions are inserted. Discharge plateaus are observed at 3.3 V and 2.4 V.  The system is low pressure, so low rate cells do not need to have a safety vent. Vanadium pentoxide is mainly used in reserve batteries but it is likely to be of more importance in rechargeable lithium batteries in the future. 
   Specialty Lithium       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary lithium secondary battery. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary secondary battery. 
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Battery Cell Size
   Standard Battery Sizes       
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   AAAA       AAAA batteries are 40.2 mm long, 8.4 mm in diameter, and ANSI / NEDA 25A. 
   AAA       AA batteries are 44.5 mm long, 10.5 mm in diameter, and IEC LR03, ANSI / NEDA 24A. 
   N       N batteries are 28 mm long, 11.5 mm in diameter, and IEC LR1, ANSI / NEDA 910A. 
   1/3 AA       1/3 AA batteries are 17.5 mm long and 14.2 mm in diameter. 
   2/3 AA       2/3 AA batteries are 28.7 mm long and 14.2 mm in diameter. 
   AA       AA batteries are 50 mm long, 14.2 mm in diameter, and IEC LR6, ANSI / NEDA 15A. 
   1/2 A       1/2 A batteries are 30 mm long and 14.2 mm in diameter. 
   2/3 A       2/3 A batteries are 28.5 mm long and 17mm in diameter. 
   A       Batteries are 50 mm long and 17 mm in diameter. 
   4/5 Cs       4/5 Cs are 34 mm long and 23 mm in diameter. They are sometimes referred to as 4/5 Sub-C batteries. 
   Cs       Cs are 43 mm long and 23 mm in diameter. They are sometimes referred to as Sub-C batteries. 
   C       C batteries are 46 mm long, 26 mm in diameter, and IEC LR14, ANSI / NEDA 14A. 
   1/2 D       1/2 D batteries are 37 mm long and 33 mm in diameter. 
   D       D batteries are 58 mm long, 33 mm in diameter, and IEC LR20, ANSI / NEDA 13A. 
   9V       9V batteries are 26.5 mm long, 48.5mm high, 17.5mm wide, IEC 6LR61, and ANSI / NEDA 1604A. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary standard battery sizes. 
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   Specialty Cells       
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   Nonstandard Cylindrical Batteries       Batteries are nonstandard devices and cylindrical in shape. 
   Battery Packs and Assemblies       Battery packs and assemblies are primary or rechargeable batteries packed together with a connector for cellular phones, camcorders, and cordless phones. They are also used for printed circuit board (PCB) level power. 
   Coin Cell or Button Cells       There are over forty different sizes of button and coin cells.  They are often used in devices such as watches and calculators. 
   Lantern       Lantern batteries commonly use 6 V and are ANSI / NEDA 918A, 915A, and 908A. 
   Thin Film       Thin film batteries are very thin batteries that can be built into devices such as an integrated circuit, or a plastic card. 
   Prismatic Cells       Prismatic cells have slightly lower energy densities than cylindrical cells and are more expensive to manufacture. The design of their venting systems may cause them to bulge if the battery is not used or charged correctly.  In this type of cell construction, the anode and cathode are inserted into a rectangular shaped case, with separators between them. This offers improved flexibility when designing battery packs and better use of space than the cylindrical construction method.       
   Sachet Cells       Sachet or pouch cells are a relatively new packaging design. The hard casing that typically surrounds the electrodes is replaced by a flexible foil packaging that maximizes the use of space and reduces the weight of the device. Because they can be shaped to fit a specific space, foil pouches are often custom manufactured for special applications. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary specialty cells. 
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Dimensions and Weight
   Width / Diameter       This is the width of nonstandard cells, or the diameter of nonstandard cylindrical cell batteries. 
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   Depth       This is the depth of nonstandard batteries. 
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   Height       This is the height of nonstandard batteries. 
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   Weight       This is the overall weight of the battery or battery pack. 
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Applications
           
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   General Purpose       Batteries are designed for general-purpose applications. 
   Aircraft       Aircraft batteries are FAA or PMA approved and may be lead acid or NiCad devices. They are used in aircraft systems such as emergency power, lighting, and turbine starting. 
   Automotive       Automotive batteries are generally lead acid devices that are used for starting-lighting-ignition (SLI) applications. 
   Camera / Electronic Cells       Batteries are designed for cameras or other common electronic devices. 
   Electric Vehicle       The batteries in electric vehicles (EVs) are rechargeable. They can be lead acid, nickel-iron, NiCad, NiMH, sodium sulfur, lithium, zinc and aluminum air batteries, or flywheels for nonchemical energy storage. Energy density is a main selection criterion for EV batteries. 
   Industrial / Forklift       Industrial and forklift type batteries are deep cycle devices. 
   Laptop Batteries       Laptop batteries are battery packs made specifically for use in laptop or notebook computers. 
   Marine / Recreational Vehicle       There are two kinds of marine or recreational vehicle (RV) batteries: deep cycle marine batteries and starting marine batteries. Both kinds of batteries are sealed, maintenance-free, flooded plate types. 
   Medical Equipment       Batteries are designed for use in medical equipment applications including life support, hearing aids, patient lifts, and wheelchairs. 
   Implantable Batteries       Batteries are designed for use in implantable medical devices such as pacemakers. 
   Military / Aerospace       Batteries are manufactured for military or aerospace applications, often to MIL-SPEC requirements. 
   Oil and Natural Gas Industries       Batteries are manufactured for specific applications in the oil and natural gas industries. 
   Renewable Energy       These batteries are used where discharging and charging occurs frequently. Solar or photovoltaic (PV) batteries are sealed, maintenance-free, and flooded plate devices. 
   Telecommunications       Telecommunications batteries are sealed and maintenance-free. They stay on float charge for long periods of time and deliver high outputs for short durations. 
   Toy / Hobby       Batteries are designed for use in high drain toy and hobby applications. 
   Stand-by / UPS Batteries       Stand-by batteries are used in applications such as uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), emergency lighting, alarm systems, and electronic equipment. UPS batteries are sealed and maintenance-free. They stay on float charge for long periods of time and deliver high outputs for short durations. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary applications. 
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