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What health concerns should be considered when handling Nickel-based and Lithium-based batteries?

Nickel-metal-hydride is considered non-toxic and the only concern is the electrolyte. Although toxic to plants, nickel is not harmful to humans. Lithium-ion is similarly benign — the battery contains little toxic material. Nevertheless, caution is required when working with a damaged battery. When handling a spilled battery, do not touch your mouth, nose and eyes, and wash your hands thoroughly.

Rechargeable Batteries

Lithium Ion Cylindrical

3.7v lithium ion 2-cell battery pack
  • Long Life Cycle
  • High Operating Voltage of 3.7V
  • Ideal for Portable Devices
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Lithium Polymer

3.7 V li-po battery
  • UL1642 and IEC62133 certified
  • Low self-discharge rate
  • Available in any size
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Nickel Metal Hydride

Nickel Metal Hydride Battery Pack of 4 AA cells
  • Low Cost
  • Nominal Voltage of 1.2V
  • Single Cell or Multi-pack
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