4 V Batteries Rechargeable (Secondary)

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B B BatteryEnerSys
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BPCyclon®
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3.13" L x 1.81" W x 2.75" H (79.5mm x 46.0mm x 69.9mm)3.80" L x 2.12" W x 3.02" H (96.5mm x 53.8mm x 76.7mm)3.81" L x 2.13" W x 4.00" H (96.8mm x 54.1mm x 101.6mm)4.04" L x 2.03" W x 3.78" H (102.5mm x 51.5mm x 95.5mm)
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0809-0010
0859-0010
BATTERY LEAD ACID 4V 8AH
EnerSys
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Sealed Lead Acid (SLA, VRLA)
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4 V
8Ah
3.81" L x 2.13" W x 4.00" H (96.8mm x 54.1mm x 101.6mm)
Spade, .250" (6.3mm)
BATTERY LEAD ACID 4V 10AH
BP10-4-T1
BATTERY LEAD ACID 4V 10AH
B B Battery
0
In Stock
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Bulk
Active
Sealed Lead Acid (SLA, VRLA)
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4 V
10Ah
4.04" L x 2.03" W x 3.78" H (102.5mm x 51.5mm x 95.5mm)
Spade, .187" (4.7mm)
0819-0010
0819-0010
BATTERY LEAD ACID 4V 2.5AH
EnerSys
0
In Stock
Obsolete
Bulk
Obsolete
Sealed Lead Acid (SLA, VRLA)
-
4 V
2.5Ah
3.13" L x 1.81" W x 2.75" H (79.5mm x 46.0mm x 69.9mm)
Spade, .187" (4.7mm)
0809-0010
0809-0010
BATTERY LEAD ACID 4V 5AH
EnerSys
0
In Stock
Obsolete
Bulk
Obsolete
Sealed Lead Acid (SLA, VRLA)
-
4 V
5Ah
3.80" L x 2.12" W x 3.02" H (96.5mm x 53.8mm x 76.7mm)
Spade, .250" (6.3mm)
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4 V Batteries Rechargeable (Secondary)


Rechargeable (secondary) batteries are electrochemical storage cells that function on the basis of a reversible chemical reaction, allowing depleted cells to be replenished and reused numerous times before requiring disposal. Typically, secondary cells store less energy in a given space than comparable primary cells and exhibit higher levels of self-discharge, making them less stable in long-term storage. While generally more costly on a unit basis than primary cells, their potential for reuse makes them a more economical choice for many applications. While the term "battery" is most properly reserved for an assembly of multiple individual cells, its use in reference to a single cell is common.