We oversleep and do not have time to charge our phone completely before our flight. To make things worse, we have several calls to make to clients when we land at our destination.
We seem to be having another blisteringly hot summer. Do you think this is global warming kicking in, or more hot air from politicians? Much the same is happening in Europe, where they are brexiting on endlessly.
If we google ‘batteries’, or search for battery images on Flickr, we are just as likely to get information about field guns.
We are heart sore every time we hear of a child who ingested penny batteries, and suffered harm. We understand the temptation of the shiny discs.
We have been exploring how primary, non-rechargeable batteries gradually discharge, even when not in use.
Heavy-duty industrial batteries in forklifts, mobile plant, and other industrial applications require topping up
Electrodes are a special class of electrical conductors. Because they are able to contact a non-metallic part of a circuit, and so complete it.
The primary difference between a single-cycle and a re-chargeable battery is that single-cycle ones can only take a charge once.
If we have a flat auto battery, this is usually in winter when it is cold. So we blame the meteorologist, and call the auto electrician for a new one.
Yesterday, we wrote about button batteries, and how children mistake them for sweets and pop them in their mouths.