Batteries sold on the market can usually be di […]
Batteries sold on the market can usually be divided into two types: disposable batteries and Rechargeable Alkaline batteries.
Disposable batteries are commonly known as "disposable" batteries, because they can no longer be recharged after their power is exhausted and can only be discarded. Common disposable batteries include alkaline batteries, zinc-carbon batteries, lithium batteries, silver oxide batteries, and zinc-air batteries.
After the power of the rechargeable battery is exhausted, it can be recharged and reused up to 1,000 times, depending on the condition of the battery. Common rechargeable batteries include nickel-metal hydride batteries, nickel-cadmium batteries and lithium-ion batteries.
Compared with alkaline batteries, rechargeable batteries are more expensive, and you need to purchase an additional charger, which is naturally more expensive, but don’t forget that rechargeable batteries can be recycled up to 1,000 times, so they are far cheaper than alkaline batteries in the long run.
The characteristics of nickel-cadmium batteries and nickel-metal hydride batteries are almost the same, but if compared with batteries of the same size, the use time of nickel-metal hydride batteries after each charge can be twice as long as that of nickel-cadmium batteries.
Alkaline batteries and zinc-carbon batteries, the price of alkaline batteries is undoubtedly higher, but if used in high current consumption equipment, its life can be five to ten times longer than zinc-carbon batteries, and it is more economical to use.