Rechargeable

  • (adj): Capable of being recharged.
    Example: "A rechargeable battery"

Some articles on rechargeable:

Rechargeable Energy Storage System
... A rechargeable energy storage system or RESS is a system that stores energy for delivery of power and which is rechargeable ... Production storage systems use electric rechargeable traction batteries, electric double-layer capacitors or flywheel energy storage ...
Nyko - Notable Products - Charge Station
... The Charge Station for Wii is a rechargeable battery set and charging stand that allows Wii players to replace the Alkaline AA batteries with a rechargeable NiMH battery ... The product is the worlds top selling rechargeable battery solution for Wii, and has spawned numerous knockoffs and copies since its release ... Nyko also offers Charge Station rechargeable battery solutions for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 gaming consoles ...
Battery (vacuum Tube) - A Battery
... radios when it was common practice to use a dry battery for the plate (anode) voltage and a rechargeable lead/acid "wet" battery for the filament voltage ... so the "A" battery would drain much more rapidly than the "B" battery therefore, using a rechargeable "A" battery in this role reduced the need for battery replacement ... In contrast, a non-rechargeable "B" battery would need to be replaced relatively infrequently.) ...
Mercury-Containing And Rechargeable Battery Management Act - Effect
... content such as lead from lead-acid batteries and the cadmium in rechargeable batteries, namely Ni-Cads The sale of the first of these was banned (with ... As a result, most retailers who sell rechargeable and other special batteries will take the old ones back for free recycling and safe disposal ... The not-for-profit Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC), used by most retailers, reclaims the metals within the old batteries to make new products such ...
Nickel Oxyhydroxide Battery - Rechargeable Form
... Rechargeable nickel–zinc batteries use the same chemistry ... In the 1920s and 1930s, a rechargeable form of zinc-nickel oxyhydroxide battery was manufactured, but it had poor cycle life ...