L-Fat A Batteries Rechargeable (Secondary)

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HHR-450AB21
HHR-450AB21
BATTERY NIMH 1.2V 4.2AH L-FAT A
Panasonic - BSG
1,665
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1 : $16.74000
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ActiveNickel Metal HydrideL-Fat A1.2 V4.2Ah0.72" Dia x 2.64" H (18.2mm x 67.0mm)Flat Top (Non-Extending)
HHR-450AB21T
HHR-450AB21T
BATTERY NIMH 1.2V 4.2AH L-FAT A
Panasonic - BSG
81
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1 : $19.07000
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ActiveNickel Metal HydrideL-Fat A1.2 V4.2Ah-Solder Tab
HHR-370AH
HHR-370AHA05
BATTERY NIMH 1.2V 3.5AH L-FAT A
Panasonic - BSG
0
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ActiveNickel Metal HydrideL-Fat A1.2 V3.5Ah0.72" Dia x 2.64" H (18.2mm x 67.0mm)Flat Top (Non-Extending)
HHR-330APH
HHR-330AHY01
BATTERY NIMH 1.2V 3.2AH L-FAT A
Panasonic - BSG
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HHR-370AHT
HHR-370AHT
BATTERY NIMH 1.2V 3.5AH L-FAT A
Panasonic - BSG
0
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ActiveNickel Metal HydrideL-Fat A1.2 V3.5Ah-Solder Tab
HHR-330AHT
HHR-330AHT
BATTERY NIMH 1.2V 3.2AH L-FAT A
Panasonic - BSG
0
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Discontinued at Digi-Key
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Discontinued at Digi-KeyNickel Metal HydrideL-Fat A1.2 V3.2Ah-Solder Tab
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L-Fat A 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.