common battery


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common battery

[¦käm·ən ¦bäd·ə·rē]
(communications)
System of current supply where all direct current energy for a unit of a telephone system is supplied by one source in a central office or exchange.
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Touch controllers, just as other mixed signal devices, require a clean analog power rail that falls right in the middle of the operating range of the more common battery supplies, such as single Lithium-ion cells.
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Oil-cooled disc brakes generate longer brake life, while a common battery compartment allows for integration into mixed fleets.
By offering add-on battery power for your iPhone 4 when you need it and doubling as an external battery solution for other mobile devices, this innovative response to common battery life problems replaces existing charging accessories.
The most common battery type in use today is a flooded battery, also known as a wet cell battery.
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