2.4V 4000mAH D size High-temperature battery with female spade terminals for lighting 2S1P D size NiCd battery pack
NiCd battery pack
rechargeable ni-cd battery pack
Nominal Voltage: 2.4V
Cycle Life: over 500 times
Warranty: 12 months
A responsible & professional NiMH NICD factory
EXL Battery Co., Ltd was the first national enterprise that produces and sells the rechargeable foamed Ni-Cd/ Ni-MH batteries in 1998.
Packaging & Shipping
Standard export carton packing.
3-20 days after confirming order,detail delivery date should be decided according to production season and order quantity.
How long do batteries last when not in use?
The shelf life of batteries is quite long; typically ten years or longer, but eventually it will discharge. For example the Energizer data sheet for L91 (AA format, lithium/iron di-sulfide chemistry, 1.5 volts) says 15 years stored at 21 C to 90% of rated capacity.
How long will batteries last?
Energizer® Ultimate Lithium™ AA and AAA last up to 20 years in storage, while our 9V lasts up to 10 years in storage.
How long can car batteries last?
Under these conditions, you can probably expect your car battery life to be about six years. On average, a car battery lasts between two and five years.
How long are unused batteries good for?
When stored at room temperature (i.e. 70°F/ 21°C), cylindrical alkaline batteries have a shelf life of 5 to 10 years and cylindrical carbon zinc 3 to 5 years.
Do batteries expire if not used?
It is probably a conservative date, so most batteries will have a full life after that time. Better batteries will show a later expiration date.
Do batteries explode?
Not only are these elements highly flammable, but they are so reactive that tossing a few grams into water will cause an explosion. So when a Li-ion battery does heat up, the lithium in it can accelerate the breakdown of other cells.
How many hours do AA batteries last?
It depends on the power draw. An AA battery will last about 29 hours at a discharge rate of 100 mW.
Do lithium ion batteries lose charge when not in use?
Rechargeable Lithium-Ion batteries have a limited life and will gradually lose their capacity to hold a charge.