Battery Pack Chargers
Many consumer electronic devices today are powered by battery packs instead of individual cells. What does this mean? Simply put, a battery pack is a single unit comprised of several (2 or more) individual cells.
An example of this is a 9.6 volt battery pack, comprising 8 individual 1.2 volt batteries in it. Battery packs might contain batteries in Sub C size, mainly used in drills, or they might contain sizes such as 2/3A, 2/3AA, AA cells and many, many other sizes. When these need to be replaced, oftentimes it can be as, or more expensive, than the purchase price of the device they powered.
This leads many consumers to build (or re-build) their own battery packs at home.
Of course there are many outstanding deals to be had for battery packs online, where there is no brick-and-mortar overhead factored into the cost of delivering them to your door.
Still, for the handy do-it-yourselfer who prefers to save even more money, this can be done easily by anyone with the ability to operate a simple spot welder in their home workshop. If you require a custom battery pack assembly job, you can find battery companies who will do this job for you online. We at onlybatteries.com offer this service.
Battery packs that contain rechargeable batteries will need a battery pack charger to recharge them, once drained.
Let's touch a bit on the voltage aspect of the battery pack. Below, you will see a list of different voltages, and how many cells you would require in order to rebuild them. 2.4 volt: would require 2 cells of 1.2 volt each 3.6 volt: would require 3 cells of 1.2 volt each or 1 Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) cell 4.8 volt: would require 4 cells of 1.2 volt each 6 volt: would require 5 cells of 1.2 volt each 7.2 volt: would require 2 cells of 1.2 volts each 8.4 volts: would require 7 cells of 1.2 volts each And so on...
It may be possible that you have a 3.7 volt, 7.4 volt, 11.1 volt, or a 14.4 volt battery pack which would have Lithium Ion (LI-Ion) cells in it. Lithium Ion cells are different from NiCd (Nickel Cadmium) or NiMh (Nickel Metal Hydride) chemistry cells.
Whether your battery packs are made of AA, AAA, C, Sub C, or D size rechargeable batteries, and whether they include NiCd, (Nickel Cadmium), NiMh (Nickel Metal Hydride), or Li-ion (Lithium Ion) battery chemistries, you will need to purchase the correct battery pack charger to get the job done efficiently and correctly.
We accept purchase orders from: The Private and Public sectors, Non-Profit Organizations and Institutions, Municipal, State, and Federal Government Agencies and Departments, Schools and Universities, Laboratories, The Hotel Industry, and All Volume Users of battery pack chargers.
Visit our many impressive DAILY SPECIALS which, as the name implies, change DAILY! If you check them out regularly, you can stock up when you spot a deal on a type or size of battery you use frequently, and benefit from the most value!
Should you have any questions about batteries and/or chargers before you purchase, we encourage you to contact us with your queries to get the accurate, technical information you need. We’re always happy to assist you!
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