Most electrical appliances, as long as the battery specifications are the same, can basically be replaced. The original use of disposable batteries can be replaced by rechargeable batteries. The original use of rechargeable batteries can occasionally be replaced by disposable batteries. However, the two cannot be mixed, and rechargeable batteries and disposable batteries cannot be mixed in one electrical appliance.
Some consumers often have questions. For example, a consumer asked, I’ve one question to you. I’ve device which utilizes single 9 V alkaline (primary) battery. now I’m going to buy rechargeable battery for this device to be cost effective for me. what do you think is this good idea or can it cause any problem on the device?
I make some simple explanations from the following aspects, hoping to help users who have the same problem.
#1-What Kind of Electrical Appliances Are Most Suitable for Replacing Disposable Batteries With Rechargeable Batteries?
First of all, we use efficiency. From the most economical point of view, it is best to use rechargeable batteries for those electrical appliances that consume more power and consume electricity quickly, such as electric toys, electric tools, electric toothbrushes, electric shavers, etc. with motors. Use electrical appliances. These electrical appliances consume power quickly, and the battery needs to be replaced once every half a month or a month. This kind of rechargeable battery is the best choice. Although the rechargeable battery is expensive, it is often used and the battery is replaced frequently. In the long run, the rechargeable battery is still Relatively economical.
#2-What Kind of Electrical Appliances Are Most Suitable for Using Disposable Batteries Instead of Rechargeable Batteries?
Such as remote controls, tape recorders, flashlights, multimeters, electronic locks and other electrical appliances that use disposable dry batteries. These electrical appliances consume very little power, especially the remote control. The batteries are basically replaced once every 6 to 12 months, so there is no need to use rechargeable batteries for these appliances. Because the rechargeable battery is firstly expensive, and secondly, it is in a state of discharge for a long time without charging, which will affect the life of the battery.
#3-What Should Be Paid Attention to When Interchangeably Using Rechargeable Batteries and Disposable Batteries Temporarily?
Sometimes we suddenly find that there are no disposable dry batteries in reserve at home, but there are rechargeable batteries, which can be used temporarily interchangeably. This kind of special needs are ok, but then remember to replace the most suitable batteries.
#4-Is There Any Damage to the Electrical Appliances When the Disposable Battery and the Rechargeable Battery Are Used Interchangeably?
This is not available, but it must be the same type of battery. For example, only LR6/AA batteries were used before, but now NiMH AA batteries can be used, and the models must match. Also note that you must choose a battery produced by a regular manufacturer when you buy it.