A nonrechargeable battery requiring periodic replacement.
A battery that cannot be charged. See secondary battery.
a battery that is designed to be cycled (fully discharged) only once and then discarded
a disposable battery
A battery that can not be recharged once the chemical reaction is spent. For example, an alkaline battery has to be discarded when spent.
An energy storage device that can deliver energy but cannot be recharged.
A battery made up of primary cells. See Primary Cell.
A non-rechargeable battery.
Non-rechargeable battery. secondary battery
A battery whose initial capacity cannot be restored by charging.
A battery which is not intended to be recharged and is discarded when the battery has delivered all of its electrical energy.