Rechargeable Batteries Article Explained

Rechargeable Batteries

The most common types of rechargeable battery on the market today is the Lithium Ion Battery in your phone or laptop, and standard sized NiCd and NiMH batteries that are rechargeable at home.

Lead Acid Gel Batteries
Rectangular, custom sizes in a hard plastic case.
Commonly found in wheel chairs, scooters, golf carts, boats, RVs and some portable tools and instruments.
These batteries are toxic and should be handled carefully.
Lithium-Ion (Li-ion)Batteries
Custom sizes in a hard plastic case, small-cylinder or button cells.
Commonly used in cell phones, laptops, power tools and video cameras.
Not to be confused with single use lithium batteries.
Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd) Batteries
AA, AAA, C, D and other small cylinder batteries, wrapped cell packs and custom sizes.
Commonly found in power tools, toys, R/C cars, medical devices and some laptops.
These batteries are toxic and should never be incinerated.
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) Batteries
AA, AAA, C, D and other small cylinder batteries, wrapped cell packs and custom sizes.
Commonly found in power tools, toys, R/C cars, cellphones and some laptops.

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