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What Makes Ni-Cd Rechargeable Batteries Popular

Nickel-Cadmium or the Ni-Cd rechargeable batteries are a type of alkaline storage battery, classified as a secondary battery. As the name suggests, they are made from two chemical elements, nickel hydroxide, cadmium and an alkaline electrolyte, which is usually a solution of Potassium Hydroxide. Invented in I899 by Waldemar Jungner of Sweden, their practical application was only made possible after 50 years, with the development of the sealed battery by Frenchman, Neumann. The Ni-Cd batteries are used in a variety of applications all over the world. They […]

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Easy Techniques to Improve Battery Life

All batteries will fail at some point, when they have been in use for longer periods of time. But premature battery failure is one of the main frustrations people face. Common thinking is that turning devices off extends battery life, but what happens is the opposite. Devices consume more power when they are starting up, so turning them off is not such a good idea if they are going to be switched on frequently. Cars and Other Automobiles It is important to protect the car battery from […]

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Recondition Batteries at Home

Learning how to recondition batteries instead of throwing them out can save you money and help the environment. Few people consider the possibility of reconditioning, we are so used to just to discarding old batteries. When we talk of reconditioning what it means is bringing a rechargeable battery back to a useable state again, this is not the same as recharging. All kinds of batteries can be reconditioned including car batteries. There are many methods you will discover that are used to restore batteries back to almost […]

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