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Nickel-cadmium battery

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The abbreviation NiCad is a registered trademark of SAFT Corporation and should not be used to refer generically to nickel-cadmium batteries. This article mainly deals with sealed cells.

DetailsEdit

This brand-name is commonly used to describe all nickel-cadmium batteries. On the other hand, the abbreviation NiCd is derived from the chemical symbols of nickel (Ni) and cadmium (Cd), though it is not to be confused with a chemical formula.

TypesEdit

There are two types of NiCd batteries: sealed and vented. This article mainly deals with sealed cells.

Advantages Edit

The principal advantages of NiCd over other rechargeable types is lower weight for a given quantity of stored energy, good charging efficiency, small variation in terminal voltage during discharge, low internal resistance, and non-critical charging conditions. They can be used in place of regular batteries in most applications.

See alsoEdit

www.saftbatteries.com
http://engineering.wikia.com/wiki/Electrochemical_cell
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