Question About Battery Sizes?
I recently saw AAAA 1.5V batteries on sale at the store. I haven’t seen batteries this small before. What are they used for? This piqued my curiosity about another thing also. We have 1.5V batteries in sizes:
Why are there no single A batteries or B batteries?
- Scythian1950Lv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Type A and B batteries are now obsolete. They were originally used to power automobile radios when they first came out in the late 20s and 30s. See link. I used to have a B battery that delivered 90 volts. And you think Tasers are shocking? That small battery packed a wallop. Meanwhile, C batteries have taken over what A batteries used to do.Source(s): http://antiqueradio.org/bsupply.htm
- Anonymous1 decade ago
A batteries are for cars
B batteries are those small little circle things that go in your watch
- classicsatLv 71 decade ago
I think some Bluetooth Earpieces and other things use them.
BTW, they are also combined to make rectangular 9V batteries, and flat 6V J batteries.
- dmb06851Lv 71 decade ago
AAAA (quadrupleA) cells are used in some long, slim l.e.d. flashlights, like this one http://www.brightguy.com/products/Streamlight_Styl...
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- 6 years ago
problematic subject. check out on google. just that may help!