Type of battery that once empty can be recharged using a charger. The most common types of rechargeable batteries are nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH) nickel cadmium (Ni-Cd), lithium ion (li-ion) and lithium polymer (li-po) batteries.
A multiple-use battery that can be restored to its full charge and re-used repeatedly. See also BATTERY CHARGER.
The rechargeable battery is a system comprising two different electrodes and ion-conductive medium, which is capable of converting chemical energy to electric energy, and vice versa. It is also called a secondary battery
A rechargeable battery can regularly recharged.
Nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) and lithium ion are the rechargeable batteries most often used in digital cameras. Both kinds can be recharged up to 1,000 times, but lithium ion batteries provide nearly 50 percent more power than NiMH batteries.
A battery which is rechargeable.
See Secondary battery.
This is a battery that can be used repeatedly by adding power to it when the cells are drained. These batteries typically can go through a few hundred charge cycles before they start to lose the ability to hold a charge.
A galvanic battery which, after discharge, may be restored to the fully charged state by the passage of an electrical current through the cell in the opposite direction to that of discharge.
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Rechargeable batteries, also known as storage batteries or secondary cells, are batteries that can be restored to full charge by the application of electrical energy. They are also called or accu/akku, which is short for accumulator. They come in many different designs using different chemicals.