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We are building an educational robotic kit and are currently facing battery issues in our verification stage. 9V batteries are compact but drain very soon, Lithium Polymer batteries are rechargeable but aren’t safe to use and Lithium Ion batteries could be an option but need a better solution to tackle this battery issue. Would love suggestions and opinions!

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John Rodrigues
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Product and Experience Designer |Entrepreneur |Founder of D&D SmartLabs| Designwithjohn.com
· Philadelphia, PA, USA

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VijayaKumar Sethuraman
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· Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

I would recommend using a Duracell Alkaline batteries rather than the normal HW BATTERY which are Carbon Zinc Batteries which has a lower power output…where Duracell has a long lasting life but the cost is about 20times more

we are facing the same issue on our kit… so we are providing a rechargeable battery with a step-down transformer for the kids which is really effective

or you can go with a Battery Holder(https://www.amazon.in/Roinco-AA-Battery-Holder-Output/dp/B077GT537X?tag=googinhydr18418-21) which is cheaper and easy to change and suitable for rechargeable batters also

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John Rodrigues
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· Philadelphia, PA, USA

Thank you for your response
It was helpful

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