Complete Battery Selection for Powering All Your Devices
We offer a wide range of batteries from all Major Manufacturers including Duracell, Energizer, Eveready, Excell, Fuji, GP, Maxwell and Rayovac. Our selection powers an assortment of low, medium and high drain devices. Everything from children’s toys to high-end flashlights and radio transmitters. We distribute over 60 cell sizes including AAA, AA, C, D, and 9 volt. Battery types include button-coin cell, primary, specialty, rechargeable, hearing aid, digital and lantern.
Know Your Devices Battery Power Requirements
Not all devices are the same; particularly, when it comes to voltage and amperage requirements. It’s crucial you choose the correct battery based upon a device’s power requirements. Refer to equipment specifications to ensure selection of the appropriate cell type. Never mix old batteries with new!
Low Drain Devices: clocks, remote controls, low end flashlights. Included in the category is smoke detectors, CO2 detectors and Radon detectors; particularly, detectors that operate on AC power and use battery backup.
Medium Drain Devices: quality flashlights & headlamps, remote controls for vehicles and drones, multi-function radios, walkie-talkies and children toys. Smoke, CO2 and Radon detectors not primarily powered by AC current fall into this product selection. At minimum, check smoke and CO2 detectors once a year. Fire professionals recommend changing detector batteries with the change over from Day Light Savings Time to Standard Time.
High Drain Devices: quality flashlights and headlamps (often with high lumen output), digital cameras, transmitters for remote control vehicles and drones, Walkie-talkie radios, etc. High drain devices typically have an average current draw of 500mA or above.
Commitment to Performance Excellence and Environmental Stewardship
Brand names undergo independent testing to verify performance and longevity. Fuji manufacturing does not emit ozone depleting chemicals and packaging utilizes at minimum 75% recycled materials. Equally important, batteries undergo leak tightness testing to ensure no discharge of electrolyte.
Landfill disposal is generally acceptable for most batteries but checking with state law is a good idea. EcoCentricNow LLC encourages our customers to dispose of batteries, regardless of manufacturer and state, by utilizing community hazardous waste facilities. Go green from cradle to grave!