Zinc–carbon batteries are dry cell batteries that deliver a potential of 1.5 volts. The cell could more properly be called a "zinc–manganese" cell.
Zinc–carbon batteries are used in flashlights and other portable devices possible, because the battery can function in any orientation. They are still useful in low drain or intermittent use devices such as remote controls, flashlights, clocks or transistor radios.
R03 / UM4 / AAA / 1.5V 【 More 】
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