AAA Batteries

AAA batteries are a type of dry cell battery commonly used in many household electronics, such as remote controls, toys, and portable electronic devices. AAA batteries are smaller than AA batteries, with a diameter of 10.5 mm and a height of 44.5 mm. 

AAA batteries  come in various chemistries, such as Lithium, Zinc Carbon or Alkaline. AAA batteries have a nominal voltage of 1.5 volts, which is the same as AA batteries, but have a lower capacity due to their smaller size. This means that they will not last as long as AA batteries in devices that require a higher amount of power.

AAA Alkaline batteries are the most common type of AAA battery and are widely used in household devices such as remote controls, toys, and digital cameras. They are known for their long shelf life and consistent power output.

Lithium AAA batteries are known for their high energy density, which allows them to provide more power and longer runtimes than Alkaline batteries. Lithium AAA batteries are also lighter and more durable than Alkaline batteries, making them a popular choice for high-performance devices such as digital cameras and flashlights. Energizer AAA Ultimate Lithium Batteries perform in extreme temperatures from -40°F to 140°F and are the #1 longest-lasting AAA batteries in high tech devices.

Duracell is a well-known brand that offers long-lasting and reliable AAA batteries. They use advanced technology to ensure that their batteries have a longer lifespan than many other brands. Panasonic also uses high-quality materials and advanced manufacturing techniques to ensure that their AAA batteries are reliable and long-lasting.

Rechargeable NiCd or NiMH AAA batteries have become increasingly popular due to their environmental benefits and cost savings. Rechargeable batteries can be used hundreds of times, reducing the amount of waste produced by disposable batteries. They are also more cost-effective over time, as they can be charged and reused instead of being continuously replaced.