AAA size batteries in rechargeable and disposable varieties
Lots of consumers use AAA batteries for their high durability, reasonable price and low environmental effect. These batteries are also appropriate for most of the devices. The older battery versions or AA standard batteries do not differ much from AAA ones. You may find the major difference in the capacity and size. The technological development and the introduction of small electronic items have caused an increasing popularity of small, lightweight batteries. We have found the difference in chemistry in various AAA batteries. This chemistry may cause an effect on the overall battery-life, charge-retention capacity and the functionality of your battery. Disposable battery of AAA standardWhen you are looking for the disposable AAA battery, you will find the following compositionsAlkaline- The battery shelf-life is of seven years, and you may avail it at lower price. Lithium- All lithium batteries are not rechargeable. However, they are long lasting options to most of the devices, like smoke detection systems. They may last for fifteen years and are better than the alkaline ones. There are also zinc-chloride and carbon zinc batteries, which are best for the low-drain applications. For instance, you can buy them to use for the remote controllers. AAA battery of rechargeable versionThe rechargeable AAA batteries have other types of compositions. NiMH batteries are very common options, useful to most of the devices. Another one is nickel-zinc battery, which enables your device to perform in a better way. You can choose it for the cameras and other electronics. However, nickel-zinc batteries, having very high voltage, may cause risk to the users. When you have bought rechargeable batteries, you must make sure that you recharge and discharge it fully. While you arenâ€™t using the batteries for more than one month, you have to store them in any clean and dry place.