D battery
A D battery (D cell or IEC R20) is a size of dry cell. A D cell is cylindrical with an electrical contact at each end; the positive end has a nub or bump. D cells are typically used in high current dr...
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LR44 battery
LR44 is the IEC designation for an alkaline 1.5 volt button cell, commonly used in small LED flashlights, digital thermometers, calculators, calipers, watches, clocks, toys, vibrators, multimeters and...
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Battery (vacuum tube)
In the early days of electronics, vacuum tube devices (such as radios) were powered by batteries. Each battery had a different designation depending on which vacuum tube element it was associated with...
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9 volt battery
The most common form of nine-volt battery is commonly called the transistor battery which was introduced for the early transistor radios. It has a rectangular prism shape with rounded edges and a po...
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AAAA battery
The AAAA battery (usually read as quadruple-A) is 42.5 mm long and 8.3 mm in diameter. The alkaline cell weighs around 6.5 g and produces 1.5 V. This size battery is also classified as R8D42...
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Button cell
A watch battery or button cell is a small single cell battery shaped as a squat cylinder typically 5 to 25 mm in diameter and 1 to 6 mm high—like a button on a garment, hence the name....
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A23 battery
The A23 battery (also known as 8LR932, 8LR23, GP23A, MN21, V23GA, 23AE or ANSI-1181A) is a dry cell-type battery mainly used in small electronic keychain radio devices, such as keyless vehicle entry s...
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Lantern battery
A lantern battery is a rectangular battery, typically an alkaline or zinc-carbon primary battery, used primarily in flashlights or lanterns. Lantern batteries are physically larger and consequently o...
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N battery
An N battery (or N cell) is a standard size of dry cell battery. An N battery is cylindrical with electrical contacts on each end; the positive end has a nub or bump on the top. The battery has a leng...
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C battery
The 'C' battery (or R14 battery) is a standard size of battery typically used in medium-drain applications such as toys and musical instruments.As of 2007, C batteries accounted for 4% of alkaline pri...
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CR-V3 battery
A CR-V3 battery (sometimes CRV3) is a type of disposable high-capacity 3-Volt battery used in various electronic appliances, including some digital cameras. It has the shape and size of two side-by-s...
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Nine-volt battery
The most common form of nine-volt battery is commonly called the transistor battery which was introduced for the early transistor radios. It has a rectangular prism shape with rounded edges and a po...
Nine-volt battery - Wikipedia
List of battery sizes
This article lists the sizes, shapes, and general characteristics of some common primary and secondary battery types in household and light industrial use. A battery may consist of a single cell, or t...
List of battery sizes - Wikipedia
AA battery
An AA battery (also called "double A" or Mignon battery) is a standard size of a single cell cylindrical dry battery; in the IEC system it is designated size "R6" and "15" by ANSI . AA batteries are ...
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AAA battery
An AAA or triple-A battery is a standard size of dry cell battery commonly used in low drain portable electronic devices. A carbon-zinc battery in this size is designated by IEC as "R03", by ANSI C18...
CR2032 battery
A CR2032 battery is a button cell lithium battery rated at 3.0 volts. It is commonly used in computers as a CMOS battery, calculators, remote controls, scientific instruments, wireless doorbells, watc...
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Battery nomenclature
Standard battery nomenclature describes portable dry cell batteries that have physical dimensions and electrical characteristics interchangeable between manufacturers. The long history of disposable ...
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