Max Discharge Current(mA)
So many electronics need 1.5V or 3V voltage batteries, they generally need primary batteries, but for the environment and economy requirements, more and more people need clear and green batteries, so we developed the USB lithium ion batteries. The battery mainly used for toys, Medical-device,Wireless keyboards and mouse, remote controller, Intelligent Lock, Game pads, Electric personal care products, Photoflash, Disposable cameras, wireless Microphone and so on.
The capacity of the AA lithium polymer battery can be up to 2775mWh, It is really higher then alkaline batteries, but it equals to 1000PCS AA alkaline batteries when in us. We do design it to replace the primary battery,alkaline or carbon AAA/AA and NiMH batteries.
Standards List of the AA/AAA Batteries:
1.5V AA Battery
Structure for AA 1.5V USB Rechargeable Lithium Battery:
1. Quick charge
2. Compact size and easy to organize.
3. You can charge the battery with all the USB charger or notebook or power bank at your convenience.
4. Discharge @ Constant voltage until the capacity is exhausted.
5. Long cycle life up to 1000 times
6. Lithium ion polymer battery, super light weight and safe.
7. Compatible with various devices using No.5
Portable, Compact and Light Packaging Design:
Easy To Charge With Power Bank and Personal Computer. The indicator on the charger will Show you the charging Condition
The main application:
Packaging and Shipping:
4PCS 1.5V AA Li-ion Battery Fast Charge with 1PCS USB cable in one plastic box, then put the box in paper carton( Qty/CTN can be customized), Then stripped with pallet.
Delivery time: 7-15 Working Days
Why aren't there Lithium Ion rechargeable batteries in AA and AAA sizes?
The main reason is that cell voltages are not compatible:
1. AA and AAA one use batteries are made with 1.5 volt cells that actually are 1.5 to 1.0 during their useful life. AA and AAA rechargeable cells are made with 1.2 volt cells that are pretty much constant between but can be 1.4 volts at the start and 1.0 volts at the end. These work with virtually all equipment using AA and AAa cells that re expected to be in the range of 1.0 to 1.5 volts per cell.
2. However lithium ion cells have a native cell voltage of 3.7 volts. It cannot electrically replace a AA or AAA cell because the voltage is too far off, even once replacing 2 AA cells doesn't work out. So they just don't make the AA and AAA in consumer blister packs to avoid accidentally using them where the voltage might not work and even damage equipment.
3. Lithium cells in rechargeable battery packs can actually be had in AA diameter and AAA diameter but they are usually welded into permanent packs with no chance to plug them into one-use cell sockets.