Battery may refer to:

  • Artillery battery, an organized group of artillery pieces; also gun battery with similar groupings on warships
  • Battery (crime), criminal contact with another in a manner likely to cause bodily harm
    • Battery (tort), intentional harmful or offensive contact with a person under civil law
  • Battery (electricity), electrochemical cells to produce electricity
    • Automotive battery
    • See List of battery types for links to electrical batteries
    • Battery room, a facility used to house batteries for large-scale backup power systems
    • Battery, 18th and 19th century term for a number of capacitors or Leyden jars connected in parallel
  • Battery position, a stage of operation of a firearm action
    • Out-of-battery, the discharge of a weapon before the action has returned to the normal firing position

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Battery - Other Uses
... Battery (baseball), collectively, the pitcher and catcher Battery cage, a confinement system for egg-laying chickens Battery (chess), a tactic ...
Load Testing - Car Charging System
... be used to evaluate the health of a car's battery ... resistance similar to a car's starter motor and a meter to read the battery's output voltage both in the unloaded and loaded state ... When the tester is used, the battery's open circuit voltage is checked first ...
Olivers Battery
... Olivers Battery (sometimes known as Oliver's Battery) is a civil parish in Hampshire, England, of some 700 households located just to the south of the City of Winchester ... include the whole of the settlement known informally as Oliver's Battery, with the northern boundary following the A3090 and therefore excluding Oliver's Battery Road North ...
Macintosh Portable - Criticism
... computers from Apple and other manufacturers, the battery is charged in series with the supply of power to the computer ... If the battery can no longer hold a charge, then the computer cannot run on AC power and hence it will not boot ... The batteries are no longer manufactured and it is very rare to find an original battery that will hold charge and allow the computer to start ...
Olivers Battery - History
... The name Olivers Battery refers to a prominent iron age earthwork ... A fine Anglo-Saxon bowl from a burial within the Battery was on show for many years at the British Museum, but has now been returned to Winchester City Museum on long term loan ... The Olivers Battery name dates back to the English Civil War and is specifically associated with Oliver Cromwell's siege of Winchester in 1645 ...