Asked in Car Batteries, Flashlights
What are different about car and flashlight batteries?
Automobile batteries are STORAGE batteries. They do not make electricity, but store electricity made by something else (usually the alternator in the automobile) until it is needed. MOST flashlight batteries MAKE electricity by a chemical reaction, cannot be recharged, and are used up. (Exception is a rechargeable flashlight battery, such as Ni-Cads) Car batteries also have several cells inside one container, but each flashlight battery is a single cell. Car batteries store much more electrical current than is found in a single flashlight...
Asked in Car Batteries
Where to purchase battery boosters?
Booster batteries are the batteries that you use when you want to jump start a car. Regular alkaline batteries are the kind that you put in a flashlight or your TV remote. The alkaline battery is way cheaper than a booster battery. ...
Asked in Ford
Whats The difference Between A Regular Ford And A Ford Hybrid?
The main difference between hybrid and non-hybrid vehicles is that hybrid vehicles use a bank of batteries along with an electric motor to power the car. ...
Asked in Cars & Vehicles, Car Batteries, Flashlights
What are two differences between a car battery and a flashlight battery?
there are lots more amps in a car battery eg there about 1.5 in a flash light and in a car battery there about 300 A car battery is a wet cell battery and a flashlight battery is a dry cell battery. ...
Asked in Batteries
Great Reasons to Buy a Rechargeable Flashlight?
Every year, people spend hundreds of dollars on batteries without even realizing it. Batteries are so expensive, yet we use them for so many things. It would be so much easier to depend on products that never made use of batteries. Another option is to buy objects that use batteries which can be recharged. This can be a smart way to save thousands of dollars in the long run, and hundreds of dollars within a year's time frame. A rechargeable flashlight is...
Asked in Hybrid Cars
What is the difference between hybrid and electric cars?
A hybrid car uses gas and electricity for power, while an electric car relies solely on batteries(s). For more information you could contact the dealership. ...
How many car batteries are in a ton weight?
Car batteries come in different sizes and weights. Car batteries come in different sizes and weights. Car batteries come in different sizes and weights. Car batteries come in different sizes and weights. ...
Asked in Circuits
What are three things that can run on direct current batteries?
flashlight toy car laser pointer electric wristwatch portable radio hiker's GPS walkie-talkie RC boat smartphone .mp3 player electric car Orthogonal configurators can only run on alternating current batteries. (That's why there are so few orthogonal configurators ... there is no such thing as alternating current batteries.) ...
Asked in Chemistry
What is the difference between a lead acid wet battery and a lead acid dry battery?
one is dry one is wet... wet once are used for car batteries and dry lead acid batteries the once you put in your remote lets say. I think the dry lead acid battery is maintenance-free and sealed batteries, and the wet batteries is the traditional batteries which needs more maintenance. ...
Asked in Cars & Vehicles, Car Batteries
What voltage should car batteries be charged with?
Between 12V-14.2V is recommended, however standard charging units will optimize their charge to your batteries needs. ...
Asked in Genetics, Flashlights
How do the currents produced by a 1.5 Volt flashlight cell and a 12 Volt car battery compare?
They don't. Car batteries produce 100's of amps of current. a 1.5Volt flash light battery produces milli-amps at best. ...