A battery used to store electricity. By definition, these batteries must be capable of being both charged and discharged. See primary battery.
A battery is rechargeable by reversing its chemical reaction.
A battery which can be recharged and used repeatedly.
A system which is capable of repeated use by employing chemical reactions that are reversible, i.e: the discharged energy may be restored by supplying electrical current to recharge the cell.
A battery that can be charged and discharged repeatedly. Example: Lead-Acid Batteries, Nickel Cadmium batteries.
A galvanic battery which, after discharge, may be restored to the fully charged state by the passage of an electric current though the cell in the opposite direction to that of discharge.
An energy storage device that can deliver energy and can be recharged.
A battery which can store and deliver electrical energy and can be recharged by passing direct current through it in a direction opposite to that of discharge.
A battery made up of secondary cells. See Storage Battery; Storage Cell.
A rechargeable battery.
A battery that can be recharged.
Rechargeable battery. See Accumulator.