1. Product Descriptions
Product Name: Ni-MH C Size 1.2V 4000mAh Battery
2. Product Applications
Hybrid cars, multimeters and other electronic instrumentation, digital devices, home appliances, office equipment, communication devices, printers, typewriters, electric hammers, medical instruments, measuring equipment, digital cameras, flash lamps, radio controller equipment, fire alarms etc.
3. Product Features
4. Why Choose Us?
Q. Do you offer a warranty?
A. We offer 1 year of warranty for our products.
Q. What is your guaranteed shelf life for batteries?
A. 10 years of shelf life for Ultra Digital Alkaline, 5 years for Super Alkaline, 3 years for Extra Heavy Duty and 2 years for Super Heavy Duty batteries.
Q. What does MOQ mean?
A. MOQ is the abbreviation for “Minimum Order Quantity”
Q. What is your MOQ?
A. For trial and samples, small quantities are accepted but generally it is 10,000 pieces and 100,000 pieces for OEM requests.
Q. Do you make custom products?
A. Yes, we offer OEM/ODM solutions for our customers. The OEM MOQ is 100,000 pieces.
5. Ni-MH Battery Chemical Composition
The "metal" portion of a nickel-metal hydride battery is actually a metal hydride.
Used in the manufacture of nickel-hydrogen batteries, they are mainly divided into two categories. The most common is AB5, A is a mixture of rare earth elements (or) plus titanium (Ti); B is nickel (Ni), cobalt (Co), manganese (Mn), (or) aluminum ( Al).
In some high-capacity batteries, the “multi-composition” electrode is mainly composed of AB2, where A is titanium (Ti) or vanadium (V), and B is zirconium (Zr) or nickel (Ni). Some Cr, Co, Fe, and Mn.
All these compounds play the same role: reversible metal hydride formation. When the battery is charged, hydrogen ions (H+) in the potassium hydroxide (KOH) electrolyte are released and absorbed by these compounds to prevent the formation of hydrogen gas (H2) to maintain the internal pressure and volume of the battery.
When the battery is discharged, these hydrogen ions return to their original place through the opposite process.