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Nickel - Cadmium Battery Uses And Construction Instructions

Nov 30, 2016

Nickel-cadmium battery (nickel-cadmium battery) using metal cadmium as the negative active material, nickel hydroxide to do the cathode active material alkaline batteries. The positive and negative materials are respectively filled into the nickel-plated steel strip (or nickel belt) of the perforated plate and then made into a plate by drawing, rolling, sintering, forming or painting, baking and pressing; Amide non-woven fabrics and other materials as an isolation layer; with potassium hydroxide solution as the electrolyte solution; electrode by winding or laminated assembled into plastic or nickel-plated steel shell.

Nickel-cadmium batteries have a nominal voltage of 1.2V and are available in cylindrical sealed (KR), buttoned (KB), square sealed (KC) versions. With the battery temperature range, cycle and storage of long life, to a larger current discharge and other characteristics, but there is "memory" effect, often due to the incorrect use of regularity caused by electrical performance.