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battery power

battery power

battery power

Would it be possible to fit a strong enough battery into plastic casing with an area of 8 in^3? or thereabouts. Battery needs to only be for one use and then discardable.

RE: battery power

Seriously, I know nothing about this stuff. Lets say equivalent power of double A batt.

RE: battery power

What do you want to power with this battery and for how long?
Need specs (voltage/watts/amps or whatever you can provide) on this device you want to power.

RE: battery power

Since a double A battery is much smaller than 8 cubic inches then I would say yes, you can fit a double A battery in 8 cubic inches. In fact, you could put several double A batteries in 8 cubic inches. Whether it will do what you want is unknown since you have not been able to define what you want to accomplish with said battery.


The Help for this program was created in Windows Help format, which depends on a feature that isn't included in this version of Windows.

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