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primary battery

[′prī‚mer·ē ′bad·ə·rē]
(electricity)
A battery consisting of one or more primary cells.

primary battery

Two or more primary cells.
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However, this is not expected to be a major factor for the primary battery segment as a whole.
- Primary Battery (Segment) Global Competitor Market Share Positioning for 2019 & 2025
Using this scheme allows the user to have a tiny primary battery, a small solar cell, and reasonable secondary storage capacity (using a superca-pacitor or thin-film rechargeable storage) to meet the energy needs of the wearable device.
* The Gateway 460CS can be customized to extend battery life up to ten plus hours by utilizing a 12-cell primary battery and a 6-cell modular battery.
While AAA is the fastest-growing, AA alkaline is the most popular, accounting for 53 percent of all primary battery sales.
Since 1986, BTI has developed a design for an inexpensive rechargeable battery system based on zinc manganese primary battery technology.
Tenders are invited for 28v 860ah lithium thionyl chloride (ltc) primary battery
Based on type of battery type, it is segmented into into rechargeable and primary battery type.
Before deciding whether to try to adjust the lander, scientists will spend the next day or two collecting as much data as possible while its primary battery still has energy.
By choosing a primary battery to power the device, the engineer does not have to worry about "down times" in which harvested energy is inaccessible.
The latter bought bankrupt US lithium-ion battery firm A123 Systems Inc, which is also Fisker's primary battery supplier.
consumers last July, the original Oxyride batteries were said to represent a major innovation in primary battery technology.