Standard batteries and accumulators
Primary and rechargeable batteries are standard equipment in every household. In every area of our daily life we encounter different types of batteries and accumulators. Be it from childhood in our toys to adult life in the remote control for our television. Also, in the safety of our family batteries play a crucial part, and are required in for example, smoke alarms or alarm devices. It doesn’t matter if it is inside your house or apartment or outside in the garden. Primary batteries and rechargeable batteries are versatile and widely used.
The subject of voltage is very important for batteries and accumulators. For this example, we use the Mignon/AA batteries/accumulators. Standard batteries are not rechargeable but cheaper and usually have a voltage of 1,5V whereas rechargeable batteries are more durable, can be charged and have a voltage of 1,2V.
Examples for areas of use:
- Remote controls
- Smoke alarms
- Computer accessories
- Light chains (fairy lights, Christmas lights)