Wednesday, April 06, 2016

Battery and Energy Management

Using Rechargeable Battery is Environment Friendly. The 1.5V and 9V are more popular in small devices and flashlights and can create more E-Waste. So rechargeable better is it not?

Battery and Energy Management

There is also a 4.5V Battery or Cell. This is not so popular, it is bigger too. It packs more punch or current, i used it to flash mini Magnesium bulbs. Luckily i did not hurt my eyes in this fascination. Many cells form a battery, but in Normal Spoken English, both mean same. A cell is a single unit of cathode-anode-electrolyte. Things you ought to know

Never Short Circuit a Battery, Fire hazard, Chemical Spill.Keep the Terminals of Battery and Gadget clean, Shiny.
  • Guard it - Dust, Grime, Rust, Liquids & small metal objects.
  • Storage - Never keep in a Metal Box or Can or Metal Safe.
  • Use Rechargeable Batteries, that is good for the Planet Earth.
  • Do not leave dead batteries in Device and forget it for days.
  • Keep away from Heat, Direct Sunlight and High Humidity.
  • Unless allowed, do not keep a charger always linked to Device.
  • Do not Stock or build Inventory of Batteries, buy on demand.
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