CL NI-CD 6*AA 7.2V 4500mAh Nickel Cadmium Rechargeable Battery
he nickel-cadmium battery, often known as a Ni-Cd battery or NiCad battery, is a type of rechargeable battery that uses metallic cadmium and nickel oxide hydroxide as electrode materials. It packs four batteries; its current capacity is 5000mAh its voltage is 9.6V. This battery is the direct competitor of lead-acid batteries. To make this battery, there is a total of eight batteries connected inside, and the value of each battery is 1.2V, and the ampere-hour capacity is 5000mAh of each battery.
Applications: Ni-Cd sealed cells can be used singly or together as battery packs with two or more cells. Small cells, frequently made in the exact sizes as primary cells, are utilized in toys and portable electronics (like solar garden lights). Ni-Cd batteries may function less effectively than primary cells when used in place of them due to their lower terminal voltage and reduced ampere-hour capacity. Photographic equipment, portable lights (such as flashlights or torches), computer memory standby, toys, and novelty items occasionally employ tiny button cells.
- Ni-Cd batteries are specially designed for model aircraft and boat builders.
- Ni–Cd cells have a nominal cell potential of 1.2 volts (V). This is lower than the 1.5 V of alkaline and zinc–carbon primary cells
- Its Current capacity is 5000mAh
|Model||5000mAh Nickel Cadmium Rechargeable Battery|
|Wire Length||8 cm|