Batteries Comparison Chart — NiMH Batteries, Lithium-Ion Batteries, Silver-Zinc Batteries
Anyone who has experience with hearing aid batteries knows that, up until recent years, the only rechargeable options were batteries made from nickel metal hydride (NiMH batteries). These batteries were useful in providing rechargeable capability, but they lacked the power and capacity to provide wearers with the all-day charge they needed for dependable daily hearing support.
Then came ZPower — the rechargeable system for hearing aids that features a far more powerful, 100% non-toxic silver-zinc battery and a game changing all-day charge. ZPower batteries are unique in that they are compatible with most modern hearing aid brands and products, and the system’s flexible design allows for interchangeability with zinc air batteries should the need ever arise.
Now, with the introduction of the first rechargeable lithium-ion hearing aid battery, there are more options than ever before. Each battery technology comes with a unique capacity and limitation profile. To help alleviate confusion and help consumers differentiate between the pros and cons of each rechargeable battery solution, we’ve created this batteries comparison chart, which provides a side-by-side comparison of each battery’s features, benefits and capabilities. We hope it will help you determine which rechargeable battery technology is right for you or your loved one.
Compare and Contrast — NiMH Batteries, Li-ion Batteries, AgZn Batteries
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