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Cycling France

Creator: Ethan Gelber | Sports & Recreation - 2009-09-01

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About this book
Lonely Planet Knows France. Idyllic countryside rides along tranquil canals, dramatic coastal routes atop rugged sea cliffs, demanding alpine climbs - France offers a wealth of great cycling experiences, and we have chose the "creme de la creme," for every interest and ability level. Whether you want a gourmand's tour through vineyard and farmland, or to conquer the principal climbs of the Tour de France in the High Alps, this guide gives you the best of France on two wheels. In This Guide: Everything you need to know to get preparedBike maintenance tips to keep you on the roadComprehensive listings for sleeping, eating and facilities along the way


CIRED, 16th International Conference & Exhibition on Electricity Distribution

2001-01-01

Les deux solutions polysulfure / bromure, constituent la base de la technologie de la pile à combustible rechargeable ("regenerative fuel cell"), connue sous le nom de Regenesys®, qui a été développée ...



105 pages

High Rate, Rechargeable, Silver-Zinc Pile Type Battery

Creator: L. R. Erisman, EAGLE-PICHER INDUSTRIES INC JOPLIN MO ELECTRONICS DIV. | 1975

This report describes the work accomplished in the development of a high rate, rechargeable, silver-zinc, pile type battery for the contract period of 1 May 1974 through 1 May 1975.

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This report describes the work accomplished in the development of a high rate, rechargeable, silver-zinc, pile type battery for the contract period of 1 May 1974 through 1 May 1975. This program is an extension of a preceding study contract, USAF F33615-73-C-2074, and consisted of utilizing component development data to establish processing, fabrication and performance capabilities for a multi-cell pile configuration. A modular system concept using basic 100 kw modules was retained to project accumulated pile test data into systems of the multi-megawatt power range. These studies demonstrated components could be processed and fabricated into submodules capable of assembly into a four megawatt, thirty second system of 3800 pounds and less than 20 cubic feet could be realized. (Author).


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  • Panasonic

    Panasonic NiMH AAA Rechargeable Battery for Cordless Phones (HHR-4DPA)

    CE (Panasonic)

    Rating (355 reviews):
    (4.3/5)
    Panasonic

    Don't over-pay for generic AAA rechargeable batteries

    As many other reviewers have found out: depending on from which vendor you order those , you may receive either the genuine Panasonic brand, or some off-brand substitutes. Neither outcome is a good deal in my opinion. Allow me to explain...Check the battery compartment of your Panasonic cordless phone (for example, the ). If you see just two loose AAA cells instead of a battery pack, you're in luck! You can put any AAA rechargeable NiMH cells in there, and the phone won't know the difference. When the handset is placed into the charging cradle, the charger won't know the... 2/5 NLee the Engineer (Nashua, NH) - See all my reviews, August 13, 2011

    GENERIC PANASONIC SUBSTITUTE

    0 1/5 C. ROWE "ECOMOM2008" (LOS ANGELES, CA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Panasonic NiMH AAA Rechargeable Battery for Cordless Phones (HHR-4DPA) (Office Product) I ordered the batteries for my phone because I thought that I was getting the Panasonic Brand at a great price. What I got was a "generic" which I had to pay to return.I find it difficult to find this specific battery - Panasonic Brand - at any stores. For the cost that you would pay for 8 of these real Panasonic batteries - you could buy a new 4 phone system. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 14, 2009

    Panasonic Cordless Phone Replacement Battery (HHR-4DPA/2B)

    Before I purchased these batteries I read all the reviews. Some people said they received "after market" batteries instead of the original Panasonic batteries, so I was skeptical about ordering them. I first contacted "Good As New Electronics" (GANE) about this. They promptly replied and assured me that they only sent out the original batteries as advertised in their product description. I assume that comments from the folks here about getting generic batteries must have been from another vendor because Amazon doesn't delineate between the different vendors regarding feedback for this product.I ordered from GANE ($[...] for a pair w/free shipping) and I received the genuine Panasonic batteries w/i a few days of my order. I received excellent service and outstanding email contact from this company. I trust them. They're good to go. You could opt for cheaper batteries that are advertised as Panasonic by some of the vendors listed for this product, but you may receive the... 5/5 TheSergeantMajor - See all my reviews Before I purchased these batteries I read all the reviews. Some people said they received "after market" batteries instead of the original Panasonic batteries, so I was skeptical about ordering them. I first contacted "Good As New Electronics" (GANE) about this. They promptly replied and assured me that they only sent out the original batteries as advertised in their product description. I assume that comments from the folks here about getting generic batteries must have been from another vendor because Amazon doesn't delineate between the different vendors regarding feedback for this product.I ordered from GANE ($[...] for a pair w/free shipping) and I received the genuine Panasonic batteries w/i a few days of my order. I received excellent service and outstanding email contact from this company. I trust them. They're good to go. You could opt for cheaper batteries that are advertised as Panasonic by some of the vendors listed for this product, but you may receive the... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 4, 2011
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    Pack of 2 batteries
    Replacement Battery for Panasonic Cordless Dect 6.0 and KX-TG43xx Series Telephones


  • Energizer

    Energizer AA Lithium Batteries 4 count, Lasts 9 Times Longer

    Health and Beauty (Energizer)

    Rating (0 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
    Energizer

    Match those batteries with the correct application for best results

    The Energizer L91 Lithium AA cell is a fantastic power source. For high-drain applications, it offers great advantages over ordinary alkaline cell and rechargeable NiMH cell. However, it is also very expensive as a disposable battery. So it is important to recognize the strength of L91, and use it only in applications that give you the best results. Otherwise you'll be wasting your money.According to data sheet published by Energizer, the capacity of the Lithium AA cell (L91) is 3000mAh. This number remains nearly constant with load current. In comparison, the ordinary Alkaline battery (such as the ) is rated as 2800mAh, but only at a very light load of 25mA. At a heavy load of 1000mA (typical for a digital camera or flash unit), its capacity drops to below 1000mAh. This number gets even worse at low temperature... 5/5 NLee the Engineer (Nashua, NH) - See all my reviews, January 1, 2008

    Lithium AA batteries are NOT the same as Lithium-ion Rechargeable

    [Updated on June 8, 2011]Note: Amazon has moved two of my previous reviews (one for Energizer Lithium AA 4-pack, one for 8-pack) under one page. Therefore I have to update my review to add some new information - or else I look like a fool who says the same thing twice.=== New information follows ===There seems to be some confusion about those Energizer Lithium AA batteries. Several people have bought those batteries under the assumption that they are rechargeable, only to be disappointed later.Despite the name 'Lithium', those Energizer Lithium AA batteries are very different from the commonly known 'Lithium-ion' rechargeable batteries. Namely:- They are single-use batteries (NOT rechargeable like Li-ion)- The terminal voltage for each cell is around 1.65V (compared to around 3.7V for each Li-ion rechargeable cell)The two types of batteries are not compatible. If your camera accepts AA cells, then you should use... 5/5 NLee the Engineer (Nashua, NH) - See all my reviews, January 1, 2008

    Match those batteries with the correct application for best result

    The Energizer L92 Lithium AAA cell is a fantastic power source. For high-drain applications, it offers great advantages over ordinary alkaline cell and rechargeable NiMH cell. However, it is also very expensive as a disposable battery. So it is important to recognize the strength of L92, and use it only in applications that give you the best results. Otherwise you'll be wasting your money.According to data sheet published by Energizer, the capacity of this Lithium AAA cell (L92) is 1200mAh. This number remains nearly constant with load current. In comparison, the ordinary Alkaline battery (such as the Energizer E92) is also rated as 1200mAh, but only at a very light load of 25mA. At a heavy load of 500mA (typical for a P&S digital camera), its capacity is reduced to about one-third. The difference gets even greater at low temperature. At zero degree C and 500mA load, the L92 can provide about seven times more energy compared to the E92. This is where the marketing claim of... 4/5 NLee the Engineer (Nashua, NH) - See all my reviews, July 21, 2008
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    Operates in extreme temperatures from -40° to 140°F
    Weighs 1/3 less than standard alkaline batteries
    Made in the USA
    Lasts up to 8X longer in digital cameras, 3.5 hours longer in CD players and 5.5 hours longer in MP3 players than ordinary alkaline batteries
    Nominal voltage is 1.5 volts, non-rechargeable


  • Energizer

    Energizer Power Plus NiMH AA Rechargeable Batteries, 4-count (2300 mAh, Pre-Charged)

    Home Improvement (Energizer)
    List Price: $14.99

    Provides high power per charge for power-hungry devices
    New recharge AA batteries can be charged up to 250 times
    Batteries for household devices such as digital cameras, toys, remote controls, flashlights and portable audio players.


  • Energizer Batteries

    Energizer Rechargeable AAA Batteries (4-pk.)

    Health and Beauty (Energizer Batteries)

    Rating (89 reviews):
    (3.6/5)
    Energizer Batteries

    Charge them right and they'll last!

    0 4/5 J. Wang (Seattle, WA) - See all my reviews, September 29, 2009

    Ok, but not the best battery out there

    Firstly, for those who didn't take any electrical engineering college classes, let me tell you what the "mah" rating means. It stands for "milli-Amp-hour" and it is basically a measure of how well the battery will perform over an extended time. To get the mah you multiply the milliAmp (electrical current output... more amps produce more power, and 1 milliamp is equal to 0.001 Amp) times the lifetime (hours) that the battery can produce that much current. So, if you buy a battery rated for 750mah and you run it in a CD player that uses 300 mAmp of electricity, then that battery can power that Cd player for (750mah/300amp) = 2.5 hours before it runs out of charge. The amps used by your device is determined by the electrical resistance within the device's circuitry. Every household battery (AA, AAA, C, D, 9-volt, etc.) generates the same amount of electrical power or VOLTAGE because they are all rated for 1.5 V. CURRENT is equal to VOLTAGE divided by RESISTANCE, so higher... 2/5 Doctor Gangreene - See all my reviews This review is from: Energizer Rechargeable AAA Batteries (4-pk.) (Health and Beauty) Firstly, for those who didn't take any electrical engineering college classes, let me tell you what the "mah" rating means. It stands for "milli-Amp-hour" and it is basically a measure of how well the battery will perform over an extended time. To get the mah you multiply the milliAmp (electrical current output... more amps produce more power, and 1 milliamp is equal to 0.001 Amp) times the lifetime (hours) that the battery can produce that much current. So, if you buy a battery rated for 750mah and you run it in a CD player that uses 300 mAmp of electricity, then that battery can power that Cd player for (750mah/300amp) = 2.5 hours before it runs out of charge. The amps used by your device is determined by the electrical resistance within the device's circuitry. Every household battery (AA, AAA, C, D, 9-volt, etc.) generates the same amount of electrical power or VOLTAGE because they are all rated for 1.5 V. CURRENT is equal to VOLTAGE divided by RESISTANCE, so higher... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 11, 2013

    Rechargeable and always ready

    0 5/5 D. Randolph (FOB Warhorse, Iraq) - See all my reviews, October 5, 2007
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    Battery Chemistry: Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH), Battery Rechargeable: Yes, Battery Size: AAA,
    Sold as 1 pack, Green Compliance: Yes, Output Voltage: 1.2 V DC, Product Model: NH12BP-4


  • Energizer

    10 pcs Energizer Lithium CR123A 3V Photo Lithium Batteries

    Photography (Energizer)
    List Price: $50.00

    Advanced construction with Lithium technology
    Lasts up to 5 times longer than alkaline batteries in digital cameras, and up to 3 times longer in other cameras and flash applications.
    * Warning: Can Not Be Recharged!
    No other battery takes more pictures, based on industry standard testing
    CR123A equivalent, Dimension: Height x Diameter: 16 x 32 mm


  • Ultrafire

    18650 3000mAh 3.7V Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery + Charger Combo

    CE (Ultrafire)

    Rating (976 reviews):
    (3.7/5)
    Ultrafire

    Poor battery, and not for high current applications.

    I purchased two sets of Ultrafire 18650 3000mAh batteries with charger. The included charger works well for travel needs but does not seem to have two independent charging channels, as there is only one charge status LED. It works well enough for casual use with inexpensive cells in my collection, but a higher quality charger such as the Pila IBC is a good investment if you get serious and want the most out of your more expensive 18650 batteries.My only complaint is these batteries after being freshly charged cut out under a high load because of the protection circuit board which seems to be current limited to only around 2.5 Amps. For instance, when trying to drive a Ultrafire WF-502B or WF-501B flashlight with the 900 lumen Cree XML-T6 P60 LED drop-in on max power, it will only illuminate for a couple seconds and then cut off. Running it for a few minutes on medium power to partially drain the battery then allows it to run continuously on high power. The measured current... 1/5 XYZZY - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: 18650 3000mAh 3.7V Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery + Charger Combo (Electronics) I purchased two sets of Ultrafire 18650 3000mAh batteries with charger. The included charger works well for travel needs but does not seem to have two independent charging channels, as there is only one charge status LED. It works well enough for casual use with inexpensive cells in my collection, but a higher quality charger such as the Pila IBC is a good investment if you get serious and want the most out of your more expensive 18650 batteries.My only complaint is these batteries after being freshly charged cut out under a high load because of the protection circuit board which seems to be current limited to only around 2.5 Amps. For instance, when trying to drive a Ultrafire WF-502B or WF-501B flashlight with the 900 lumen Cree XML-T6 P60 LED drop-in on max power, it will only illuminate for a couple seconds and then cut off. Running it for a few minutes on medium power to partially drain the battery then allows it to run continuously on high power. The measured current... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 16, 2011

    Waste of money

    I purchased these for a fenix tk 35 flashlight. Both batteries indicate fully charged in charger and charger shuts off. When put in flashlight the highest mode would not work. the light would turn on for a second and then shut off. This is what the flashlight does when the batteries start to die. My other AW and tenergy batteries will last me about 2 weeks of light intermittant use before the turbo mode will stop working. These wont work at all in turbo. High mode will work but I never left them in to see how long. I tried to charge them a couple of more times using a different charger but it was the same thing, charger would turn on then after about 1 min would indicate batteries fully charged then shut off. Contacted R-lsales via amazon and was given a address to send them to in California at my own expense. Shipping was going to be $12.00, cost of batteries were $15.00. Wasn't worth the trouble. Waste of money.Have purchased a couple of sets of tenergy batteries since... 1/5 SMC - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: 18650 3000mAh 3.7V Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery + Charger Combo (Electronics) I purchased these for a fenix tk 35 flashlight. Both batteries indicate fully charged in charger and charger shuts off. When put in flashlight the highest mode would not work. the light would turn on for a second and then shut off. This is what the flashlight does when the batteries start to die. My other AW and tenergy batteries will last me about 2 weeks of light intermittant use before the turbo mode will stop working. These wont work at all in turbo. High mode will work but I never left them in to see how long. I tried to charge them a couple of more times using a different charger but it was the same thing, charger would turn on then after about 1 min would indicate batteries fully charged then shut off. Contacted R-lsales via amazon and was given a address to send them to in California at my own expense. Shipping was going to be $12.00, cost of batteries were $15.00. Wasn't worth the trouble. Waste of money.Have purchased a couple of sets of tenergy batteries since... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 30, 2011

    Works, but doesn't live up to claims

    I purchased two sets of these batteries on different days from the seller "CREE Flashlight." The first set I received was defective -- the included battery charger LED turned went out after about a minute of being plugged in. I wasn't sure if the batteries were still being charged, so I pulled them off the charger and measured the voltage with my digital multi-meter. I plugged them back into the charger for an hour, and took another reading. One of the batteries remained the exact same, and the other actually lost .02 volts. I spoke with Amazon about getting a replacement and was asked to send this set back while another was shipped to me. I decided that I would keep the original set until I had the opportunity to compare them to the replacements (fully charged, of course) and would select the two best batteries from the set of four.I received the second set promptly (thanks, Amazon!) and put the batteries in the charger. It worked! About 45 minutes later I had two... 2/5 MacAck - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: 18650 3000mAh 3.7V Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery + Charger Combo (Electronics) I purchased two sets of these batteries on different days from the seller "CREE Flashlight." The first set I received was defective -- the included battery charger LED turned went out after about a minute of being plugged in. I wasn't sure if the batteries were still being charged, so I pulled them off the charger and measured the voltage with my digital multi-meter. I plugged them back into the charger for an hour, and took another reading. One of the batteries remained the exact same, and the other actually lost .02 volts. I spoke with Amazon about getting a replacement and was asked to send this set back while another was shipped to me. I decided that I would keep the original set until I had the opportunity to compare them to the replacements (fully charged, of course) and would select the two best batteries from the set of four.I received the second set promptly (thanks, Amazon!) and put the batteries in the charger. It worked! About 45 minutes later I had two... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 31, 2011
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    Li-Ion Rechargeable 18650 with IC Protection (pair)
    Travel charger folds up for easy transport
    Charges 1 or 2 batteries simultaneously
    Can be charged over 500 times
    Holds 85% charge over 12month period


  • Panasonic

    Panasonic - Panasonic pack 2 piles rechargeables P-03P/2B AAA (LR4) 800mAh

    CE (Panasonic)


  • ULTRALAST

    Ultralast UL-123/2 3V CR123 Photo Lithium Battery Retail Pack

    Photography (ULTRALAST)
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    Not for use with flashlights.
    Advanced technology delivers maximum power and longevity
    2 pack, 3 volts


  • BIAF

    1 Card: 4pcs Tenergy Solar Tech AA 3.2V 400mAh LiFePO4 Rechargeable Batteries

    CE (BIAF)

    4pk Tenergy Solar Tech 3.2V AA LiFePO4 Rechargeable Batteries
    AA
    Lithium Iron Phosphate LiFePO4
    Length: 1.910, Diameter: 0.56


  • Perfect Home Station

    8 Piece Set AAA NiCd 600mAh 1.2V Rechargeable Battery

    CE (Perfect Home Station)

    Rating (48 reviews):
    (4.4/5)
    Perfect Home Station

    They don't work good in solar lights

    0 2/5 Wm P. Aldinger ""Grandpa Bill"" (Livingston, TX) - See all my reviews, December 19, 2012

    dead batteries

    0 2/5 Susan Markward "suzybflo" (NT,NY) - See all my reviews, June 8, 2013

    Replacement batteries for solar lights

    0 5/5 Claudia Meka - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: 8 Piece Set AAA NiCd 600mAh 1.2V Rechargeable Battery (Electronics) Bought these batteries for solar lights - they work fine and the price was right. Will purchase again when needed. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 2, 2014
    Rapidly charging and reliable service life
    Dimension: 14.2 Dia x 50 H mm
    NiCd AAA Rechargeable battery
    comes in a pack of 8
    Voltage:1.2V


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