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An electric battery is a device consisting of one or more electrochemical cells that convert stored chemical energy into electrical energy

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Other than the obvious eating them, is it possible to squeeze enough electricity out of a coin cell battery to cause harm? Maybe using a boost converter with a large capacitor? Or maybe using a bunch …
asked Dec 23 '16 by Daffy
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Googling this hasn't given me much information. I've heard numbers ranging from 30A to 300A. My question isn't how many amps a car battery does supply in normal operation, it's how many amps I woul …
asked Jul 14 '16 by Daffy
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I have a raw (unprotected) 3.7v LiPo cell. It's rated 4000mAh. It has the markings "HRDC 14.8wh 3.7V 606090P 20170528". Apparently 606090 is a number commonly associated with this type of battery, but …
asked Feb 10 '18 by Daffy
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ago, not 12 years). But lets say he did, how could he have made it keep its power for that long? What sorts of RF receivers run on such low power? What batteries can withstand a 12 year low-but-constant-load life? …
asked Oct 19 '18 by Daffy
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We all know the Michael Bay-esque excitement you get if you misuse lithium-based cells, but I've heard lead acid batteries are a lot more durable. The datasheet for my sealed lead acid battery says … )? I haven't found much information on this. I've only seen the effects of deep discharging, over charging, and very briefly shorting lead acid batteries (rather than continously). None of which are what I'm talking about. …
asked Jan 19 '17 by Daffy