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NEW PRODUCT – Alkaline AAA batteries – 2 pack

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NEW PRODUCT – Alkaline AAA batteries – 2 pack. Battery power for your portable project! These batteries are good quality at a good price, and work fantastic with any of the kits or projects in the shop that use AAA’s

These batteries are Alkaline (MnO2) chemistry, with a voltage range of 1.6V (fresh) to 0.8V (dead). The mAh capacity depends on discharge usage but at 25mA rate it is 1200mAh (check the datasheet in the download tab for more details)

These work perfectly with the Drawdio kit, Geiger counter kit, Brain machine kit, Ex330 multimeter, and 4xAAA EL wire/tape/panel inverter

In stock and shipping now.


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