Zinc-Manganese Dioxide, primary cells. Widely available, superior to Zinc-Carbon batteries. Some types can be recharged a limited number of times.
A battery technology used in personal cellular telephones.
A primary battery (non-rechargeable) often used in electronic applications like kids toys, cd players, radios, PDA's, etc.. All alkaline batteries have a voltage of 1.5 volts.
A type of battery able to sustain longer periods of current drain with greater storage life when compared to the standard carbon-zinc type.
A primary battery (non-rechargeable) often used in electronics applications requiring heavy currents for long periods of time (i.e.: cd players, radios, etc.). Alkaline batteries can deliver 50-100% more total energy than conventional Carbon/Zinc batteries of the same size, hence their popularity in consumer applications.
a primary type of battery