“Battery Selection” discusses the factors by which batteries are rated and other considerations that go into selecting an appropriate battery. It also describes many of the most common types of batteries. To choose an appropriate battery, check the amp-hour, reserve capacity, and cranking amperage ratings. Also consider rechargeability, life span, size, weight, environment, and total cost. Understanding the factors that go into selecting a battery is important because so many devices rely on batteries for power. If the wrong battery is chosen for an application, it may not be strong enough or be able to operate for the required length of time. In some cases, using the wrong battery can even lead to safety hazards. However, choosing appropriate batteries for different applications ensures that devices will work optimally and prevents unnecessary costs.
- Describe batteries
- Describe battery characteristics
- Distinguish between primary and secondary cell batteries
- Define terms used to describe battery life
- Describe battery capacity ratings
- Describe cranking amperage ratings
- Explain how environmental conditions affect batteries
- Describe physical considerations for batteries
- Describe factors that determine the total cost of ownership of a battery
- Describe primary cell batteries
- Describe lithium batteries
- Describe nickel-cadmium batteries
- Describe nickel-metal hydride batteries
- Describe lead-acid batteries
- Describe uses of batteries
- Describe advancements in battery technology
- Describe safety precautions for batteries
- Describe common methods of battery testing.
- Recommended for mechanical/electrical/plumbing maintenance technicians.
Communication, Critical Thinking, Personal Effectiveness, Electricity, Battery Selection
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