Two or more pieces of artillery in the field.
A company or division of artillery, including the gunners, guns, horses, and all equipments. In the United States, a battery of flying artillery consists usually of six guns.
An apparatus for generating voltaic electricity.
A number of similar machines or devices in position; an apparatus consisting of a set of similar parts; as, a battery of boilers, of retorts, condensers, etc.
Common term for the division of an artillery regiment. The official term was company, but the terminology was officially changed in 1866.
The battery provides electric power to start the car. I get many questions like "My car doesn't start, it only makes a click-click noise when I'm trying to start it" - this is most likely the result of the battery having decided to quit. Unfortunately, usually it happens unexpectedly - the battery just stops working one day. If your vehicle doesn't start and you suspect the battery, there is a simple way to check it. Try switching the wipers on - if they move very slowly (too low voltage) the battery is probably discharged or dead.
The basic artillery unit, equivalent to an infantry company.
An electrochemical cell that can be used as a source of direct current at a constant voltage.
In the U.S. military, battery is the designation for a company-sized unit of artillery. Commanded by a captain, it is composed of just over 100 officers and men and equipped with differing numbers of guns, howitzers, rocket launchers, searchlights, and so on.
An electrochemical device for converting chemical energy into electrical energy. It supplies the source of power for cranking the engine, provides the necessary electrical energy for the ignition system and it can (for a limited time) furnish current when the electrical demands of the car exceed the alternator output.
a device that uses chemicals to generate and store electricity.
A device that produces electricity, that may include several cells connected in series or parallel.
Literally, a set of similar items, such as an artillery battery. Used to describe a battery of electrochemical cells connected in series.
a military fort or defensive wall that is equipped with artillery.
a source of electrical energy consisting of one or more cells
a group of galvanic cells connected in series
A device which converts chemical energy into electrical energy.
Device that converts chemical energy into electric energy.
An electrically connected group of cells (wired in series) that stores an electrical charge and supplies a direct current (DC).
A device for storing and generating electricity.
source of electricity in some home electrolysis kits and electric tweezers
A device used for generating electricity through a electrochemical reaction; a battery unit is often referred to as a cell.
It is an electrical device which consists of one or more cells to convert chemical or solar energy into electrical energy. It provides a steady-state DC voltage source.
A collection of galvanic cells connected in series.
strictly a collection of electrochemical cells, but commonly refers also to a single electrochemical cell. The key property of a battery or cell is its emf. For a battery consisting of several cells, the total emf is equal to the sum of the cells' individual emfs. the symbol for coulomb, the SI unit of charge. Not to be confused with the italic symbol for capacitance.
Two or more cels connected together and used as a source of electric energy.
An electrochemical device for storing energy.
Batteries are used in off-grid and some on-grid applications to store electricity.
A device used for generating electricity through an electrochemical reaction; a battery unit is made from one or more cells.
A device that produces and stores electrical current.
A vessel made up of a number of cells which produce and store an electric charge.
a bank of individual cells connected together to provide the required voltage
A large group of individual electrical cells.
Technically, a battery consists of two or more series or parallel connected galvanic cells. Frequently, however, a single cell is called a battery.
a device that produces electricity; may have several primary or secondary cells arranged in parallel or series
a box of chemicals that have the potential to cause electrons to flow through the reaction of these chemicals with each other
a box or cylinder which you can moved around that stores electricity
a can full of chemicals that produce electrons (see How Batteries Work for more information)
a cell, which converts chemical energy into electricity
a chemical energy source that can drive an electric current around a circuit
a chemically-fueled charge pump
a chemical source of electricity
a cluster of cells connected together for greater voltage and/or current capacity
a collection of cells connected together (in series)
a collection of cells, usually connected in series to obtain a higher terminal voltage
a collection of cells, where a cell is an individual chemical energy producing device
a collection of cells wired in series, parallel or series-parallel
a collection of one or more electrochemical cells that convert chemical energy into electrical energy via electrochemical reactions ( oxidation-reduction reactions )
a convenient, portable, chemically driven electricity pump
a convenient tool for generating a difference in electric potential between two points in space
a device for converting chemical energy into electrical energy
a device that generates an electrical current by chemical reaction
a device that is usually made up of many individual cells
a device that releases electricity to power portable equipment used all over the world
a device that stores chemical energy and is available in an electric form
a device that stores electrochemical or electrostatic energy
a device that stores energy while it is being charged and releases energy while it is being discharged
a device that turns chemical energy into electricity
a device which produces electricity by chemical action
a device with separated charges
a form of energy
a good example of a device that uses current electricity
a material that stores energy from some other source but yields less of the original energy at the point of use
an electrical storage device
an electr ical storage device
an electrical storage implement and batteries end not found electricity, they lay by or in it, good what because an aqua tank stores aqua for odds keep busy
an electric storage device, which can be found in any number of shapes, sizes, voltages and capacities
an electrochemical cell or a group of them, where if combined together, may produce direct current at a constant voltage
an electrochemical cell (or enclosed and protected material) that can be charged electrically to provide a static potential for power or released electrical charge when needed
an electrochemical cell that can be charged electrically to store electric power and provide electric power when needed at a later time
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an electrochemical device that stores energy at one time for use at another
an electrochemical device that works by converting chemical energy into electrical energy
an electrochemical device with the ability to convert chemical energy to electrical energy to provide power to electronic devices
an energy carrier
an energy storage device made up of several electrochemical cells
an energy storage medium as well
an example of electrochemistry - using a chemical reaction to generate electricity
a package of one or more galvanic cells used for the production and storage of electric energy by chemical means
a portable primary energy source
a portable source of energy
a power source comprising one or more electrochemical cells, also referred to as voltaic cells
a series connection of cells
a series of cages for the mass rearing of poultry or other animals
a series of electrochemical cells
a series of two or more connected cells that convert chemical energy into electrical energy
a single electric cell or two or more such cells linked
a small electrical device that, if used, could alter the outcome of a race by increasing the horse's speed
a stack of cells
a storage device for energy, and not a particularly efficient one
a storage device that houses chemicals, which can react to produce electrons
a type of energy conversion device
a voltage source in a single container made from one or more cells
a voltage source that uses chemical action to produce a voltage
Batteries are often sold with a solar electric system. The primary purpose is to store the electricity not immediately used, which could be used at some later time.
Electrical energy storage device. Two or more electrochemical cell electrically connected together in a series or parallel combination to provide the required operating voltage and current levels.
Two or more electrochemical cells connected to provide energy storage. Commonly used to designate one cell also.
Device that generates electric energy by chemical reaction. A battery is made by two electrodes (cathode and anode) and an electrolyte.
device that produces electricity by converting chemical energy into electrical energy
An electrochemical power source comprising one or more cells. Cells can be electrically connected in a series and/or parallel assembly. Battery Pack
A combination of two or more chemical cells electronically connected together to produce electric energy.(Common usage permits this designation to be applied also to a single cell used independently.)
Bank – A group of batteries wired together to store power in a solar electric system. Battery Banks use stored power at night, on cloudy days or to run more power than the array can produce at one time.
A means of storing electric energy by chemical means. Consists of one or more â€œcellsâ€ each containing an anode, cathode and electrolyte.
For off-grid systems a battery is used to provide energy storage. Nearly all batteries used for PV systems are of the lead-acid type (with a small quantity of antimony to reduce self-discharge). Nickel-cadmium batteries are also suitable and have the advantage that they cannot be overcharged or discharged, but are considerably more expensive. All PV batteries are deep-cycle i.e. designed to be discharged down to 50% or more without damage so that they can supply power over a long period of time (in contrast to a car battery, for example, which is usually only discharged down to 3 to 5 %). The lifetime of a battery varies depending on factors such as how it is used, how it is maintained and charged, and temperature, but is typically between 5 and 10 years.
A portable energy source that consists of an anode, a cathode and an electrolyte.
A source of electric current. Batteries consist of two electrodes immersed in an electrolyte. The electrolyte reacts chemically with the electrodes generating an electric current. More information about batteries can be found at How batteries work (How Stuff Works, USA)
A voltage source, which derives its emf from chemical processes
Two or more electrical cells, electrically connected so that combination furnishes current as a unit.
Two or more cells, connected together, normally in series. At times, a single cell may be referred to as a battery.
An electro-chemical device used to store and generate electrical power. Basic technologies used with UPS products include lead-acid and nickel-cadmium (NICAD).
An electrical storage devise comprised of two or more electrochemical cells interconnected in an appropriate series parallel arrangement to provide the required operating voltage and capacity levels. Under common usage, the term battery also applies to a single cell if it constitutes the entire electrochemical storage system.
An electrochemical device used to stores energy. The term is usually applied to a group of two or more electric cells connected together electrically. In common usage, the term “battery” is also applied to a single cell, such as a AA battery.
A DC voltage source made up of one or more cells that convert chemical energy into electrical power. The combination of several cells is more correctly referred to as the battery (singular). The cells themselves are sometimes erroneously referred to as batteries.
A device containing electrolytic cells to store electrical energy in chemical form.
A direct current voltage source, consisting of two or more cells connected together, which converts chemical, nuclear, solar, or thermal energy into electrical energy.
a device for pushing an electric current around a circuit. Batteries come in different voltages 1.5V, 3V, 4.5V, 6V and 9V. The bigger the voltage the harder the battery 'pushes' the electricity around the circuit. If the voltage is too large the components will overheat, stop working properly and may be destroyed.
Two or more electrical cells joined together which produce and store electricity.
A means of storing electrical power chemically.
A term for an illegal electrical device used by a jockey to stimulate a horse during a race. Also known as a "machine" or "joint."
A device that stores energy for later use. Most batteries consist of a group of two or cells connected together which transform chemical energy into electric energy.
A device with two or more connected cells that produce a direct current by converting chemical energy into electrical energy.
a group of electric cells for providing electric current; a single electric cell
An energy storage device composed of one or more electrolyte cells.
Two or more secondary cells connected together and used as a source of electrical energy.
Connected group of cells or a singular cell storing an electrical charge and capable of furnishing current. Alternately, a group of similar things arranged, connected or used together.
A device that transforms chemical energy into electric energy. The term is usually applied to a group of two or more electric cells connected together electrically. In common usage, the term "battery" is also applied to a single cell, such as a household battery.
Two or more electrochemical cells electrically connected in a desired series/parallel arrangement to achieve a particular voltage/current capability.
a device that produces electric current as a result of chemical reaction.
A device which converts a chemical action between two electrodes and the electrolyte in which they are immersed.
A device that converts chemical energy to electrical; one of the compulsory parts of a circuit. Sometimes called the power supply.
Batteries are devices consisting of one or more cells that can produce adirect current by converting chemical energy to electrical energy. Theytypically have positive and negative terminals that must be connected to allowthe current to flow.
A collection of cells, grouped together to provide higher voltage and/or higher current than a single cell.
An energy storage device that produces electricity by means of chemical action. It consists of one or more electric cells each of which has all the chemicals and parts needed to produce an electric current.
Devices that store energy in the form of chemical bonds and convert this energy directly into electricity on demand. Consists of a cathode, positive pole of a cell, an anode, negative pole of a cell and an electrolyte, a medium that ions pass through carrying current internally.
One or more electrochemical cells electrically coupled into a single unit and equipped with attachments for external electrical connections
A device or object used to store psychic energy so that it can be tapped at a later time.
A device that stores electrical energy. Usually, through a electrochemical reaction, it produces electricity. A rechargeable battery can reverse the chemical reaction to store electrical energy as chemical energy.
Rechargeable electric storage unit that operates on the principle of changing electrical energy into chemical energy by means of a reversible chemical reaction.
A battery is a container, or group of containers, holding electrodes and an electrolyte for producing electric current by chemical reaction and storing energy. The individual containers are called "cells". Batteries produce Direct Current (DC).
Two or more cells interconnected in an appropriate series/parallel arrangement to provide required operating voltage and current levels. Under common usage, "battery" is often applied to single cells.
This is a device consisting of one or more cells that can produce a direct current by converting chemical energy to electrical energy. Batteries typically have positive and negative terminals that must be connected for current to flow.
A direct current electrical storage unit, consisting of the basic active materials of lead and sulphuric acid, which converts chemical energy into electrical energy. Used to provide current for the operation of the starter as well as other equipment, such as the radio, lighting, etc. Figure 5 A sealed type battery
A series of single 2 volt cells.
A group of cells connected in such a way that more current and/or voltage is delivered than from one cell. See direct current.
Battery cell installation system whereby the cells are placed on tiers made of insulating material.
The battery cells are equipped with a filling port for distilled, demineralized water used to top up the free electrolyte.
A single electric cell, or group of connected cells, that produces a direct electric current.
A device that stores energy and produces electric current by chemical action. bcf: Billion cubic feet as in one billion cubic feet of natural gas.
A box filled with a solution of water and acid that stores electricity generated by the alternator. It deliver power to the parts of the car that operate on electricity.
A device that converts chemical energy into electrical energy, producing an electric current when connected in a circuit.
Two or more "cells" electrically connected for storing electrical energy.
A device that converts the chemical energy contained in its active materials directly into electrical energy by means of an electrochemical oxidation-reduction (redox) reaction.
A single electric cell for furnishing electric current, or a group of such cells.
group of electrical cells connected in series to provide an energy source for a circuit*. Click here to go back to where you were.
a device that produces electricity by means of chemical reaction. A battery consist of one or more units called electric cells. Each cell has all the chemicals and parts needed to produce an electric current.
A device that converts chemical energy into electricity. Most watch batteries are the silver oxide type, delivering 1.5 volts. Much longer-lasting lithium batteries deliver 3 volts.
Two or more electrochemical cells enclosed in a container and electrically interconnected in an appropriate series/parallel arrangement to provide the required operating voltage and current levels. Under common usage, the term battery also applies to a single cell if it constitutes the entire electrochemical storage system.
A collection of cells that store electrical energy; each cell converts chemical energy into electricity or vice versa, and is interconnected with other cells to form a battery for storing useful quantities of electricity.
An apparatus consisting of a series of cells, each containing the essentials for producing voltaic electricity, connected together. Also used of any such apparatus for producing voltaic electricity, whether of one cell or more.
The battery is a storehouse of electrical energy for starting the engine. All cars and light trucks today have a 12-volt battery. Most are also maintenance-free, meaning you don't have to add water to them periodically. Some even have built-in charge indi
A DC voltage source containing two or more cells that convert chemical energy to electrical energy.
is a device that stores small amounts of electricity as chemical energy.
An energy source that uses a chemical reaction to convert chemical energy into electrical energy.
A device that produces electricity from the interaction of metals and acid.
A combination of two or more galvanic cells electrically connected to work together to produce electrical energy. Common usage permits this designation to be applied also to a single cell used independently.
In science and technology, a battery is a device that stores chemical energy and makes it available in an electrical form. Batteries consist of electrochemical devices such as two or more galvanic cells, fuel cells or flow cells. The earliest known artifacts that may have been batteries are the Baghdad Batteries, from some time between 250 BC and 640 AD.
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