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Icom BP251 Alkaline Battery Pack. Holds 5 AAA Alkaline Batteries. Fits M34, M36

Icom BP251 Alkaline Battery Pack. Holds 5 AAA Alkaline Batteries. Fits M34, M36. These are original Icom OEM parts fresh from the factory.

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Icom BP251 Alkaline Battery Pack. Holds 5 AAA Alkaline Batteries. Fits M34, M36. These are original Icom OEM parts fresh from the factory.

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Custom Alkaline Battery Packs

Power XP Alkaline batteries can be combined to create custom battery packs that meet your space, current, and voltage requirements. Using proven reliable cells, we build custom packs that pack a punch!

We Do What the Others Can’t

Buy Batteries for What is in Them, Not What is on Them

It is a common misnomer that there are only two or three brands of alkaline battery that are high quality performers.

These widely held beliefs are the results of massive marketing efforts. The truth is that while they are very good batteries indeed, there are millions upon millions of batteries created to a higher standard for specific custom functions. The Power XP alkaline cells exclusive to Powerhouse Two, were initially developed to provide power for electronic door locks, a high demand environment that name brand batteries just were not delivering.

We Do What Others Can’t

For many years, alkaline batteries have been hard at work behind the scenes, disguised as multiple cell battery packs. Wrapped in tight shrink wrap with wiring and various connectors, they have been powering devices all around us, while most users are unaware of their work.

Alkaline batteries are still the preferred choice for important electronic access systems due to their long life and reliability. Alkaline battery packs provide the power to open millions of hotel room doors worldwide.

Powerhouse Two can build virtually any size or output for your device using our exclusive Power XP cells. Here are some of the benefits we can offer;

  • Only Powerhouse Two offers the Power XP alkaline battery
  • We can customize a pack that fits almost anywhere
  • We can produce prototypes for testing
  • Smaller quantities or short runs can be achieved
  • Every pack carries our one year post installation warranty

How to Choose Batteries

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KODAK Alkaline Batteries

Excellent Alkaline power compared to leading brands at a lower cost per cell. Stable chemistry with premium components suitable in variable operating environments.

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Strand Europe manufactures and sells the above batteries. The Kodak trademark, logo and trade dress are used under license by Strand Europe. Products are not available in all countries.

Strand Europe manufactures and sells the above batteries. The Kodak trademark, logo and trade dress are used under license by Strand Europe. Products are not available in all countries.

Used Household Batteries

Find information about the types of batteries used in households and how to manage them when they are no longer needed.

Certain batteries should NOT go in household garbage or recycling bins. This page can inform you on how to manage these batteries safely. Waste batteries can always be recycled or taken to household hazardous waste collection points.

To prevent fires from lithium-ion batteries, tape battery terminals and/or place batteries in separate plastic bags and never put these batteries in household garbage or recycling bins.

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Every year in the United States, millions of single use and rechargeable batteries are bought, used and recycled or disposed of in the trash. Batteries come in various chemistries, types and sizes to fit their use.

  • Single-use batteries can generally be removed from the device when they stop powering the device.
  • Rechargeable batteries may be removable or permanently attached to the device.

The increased demand for batteries can be traced largely to the Rapid increase in use of small portable electronics, power tools, and other everyday items, as well as the increase in “Smart” products, such as small and large appliances and automobiles.

Batteries are manufactured using different mixtures of chemical elements designed to meet customers’ power and performance needs. Batteries can contain metals such as mercury, lead, cadmium, nickel and silver, which can pose a threat to human health or the environment when improperly managed at the end of their service life. Battery types are identified by marking and labeling, not by the battery’s shape or the color of the label.

Some batteries may also contain materials such as cobalt, lithium and graphite that are considered critical minerals by the United States Geological Survey. Critical minerals are raw materials that are economically and strategically important to the United States and have a high supply risk potential and for which there are no easy substitutes. Consequently, every effort should be made to recycle and recover these materials to ensure they will be available for generations to come.

Learn about infrastructure investments to improve the nation’s battery recycling programs.

Once a battery is no longer useful, the type and chemistry of the battery determines which of the various waste management options to use. It is important to manage batteries correctly according to their type because some batteries can cause a risk to safety and health if mismanaged at the end of their lives. Batteries can have enough energy to injure or start fires even when used and when they appear to be discharged. For safety, remember that not all batteries are removable or serviceable by the user—heed battery and product markings regarding safety and use for all types of batteries.

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Single-Use Batteries

Alkaline and Zinc-Carbon

Some reclamation companies recycle these batteries; check with your local or state solid waste authority for management options. In most communities, alkaline and zinc carbon batteries can be safely put in your household trash.

EPA recommendation: send used alkaline and zinc carbon batteries to battery recyclers or check with your local or state solid waste authority.

Button-Cell or Coin

Button-cell or coin batteries can be a potential swallowing hazard; store them out of the reach of young children.

Management requirements are based on the battery’s chemistry. They can be brought to specialized battery recyclers, participating retailers that provide battery takeback services or local household hazardous waste collection programs. Contact the manufacturer or local solid waste authority for additional management options.

Handling precautions: Place each battery in separate plastic bags or place non-conductive tape (e.g., electrical tape) over the battery’s terminals or around the entire button. A lithium battery may spark and cause fires if damaged or the terminal ends touch. If the battery becomes damaged, contact the manufacturer for specific handling information.

EPA recommendation: Check for the word “lithium” marked on the battery. Do not put button-cell, coin, or lithium single use batteries in the trash or municipal recycling bins. Find a recycling location near you:

Lithium Single-Use

Rechargeable Batteries

Nickel Cadmium (Ni-Cd)

  • These batteries are typically used in cordless power tools, cordless phones, digital and video cameras, two-way radios, bio-medical equipment and video cameras.
  • They may look like single-use AA, AAA or other alkaline batteries or a battery pack shaped for specific tools.

Removable batteries: Removable rechargeable batteries can be brought to specialized battery recyclers, participating retailers that provide battery takeback services, or local household hazardous waste collection programs. Contact the manufacturer or your local household waste authority for other management options.

Non-removable batteries contained in electronic devices: Entire devices can be brought to certified electronics recyclers, participating retailers that provide electronics takeback services, or local electronics or household hazardous waste collection programs.

Handling precautions: Place each battery in a separate plastic bag or place non-conductive tape (e.g., electrical tape) over the battery’s terminals. Handle any damaged battery with care and appropriate personal protective equipment. If a lithium-ion battery becomes damaged, contact the battery or device manufacturer for specific handling information.

EPA recommendation: Look for labels identifying battery chemistry. Do not put rechargeable batteries in the trash or municipal recycling bins. Find a recycling location near you:

Lithium-Ion (Li-ion)

Nickel Metal Hydride (Ni-MH)

Nickel-Zinc (Ni-Zn)

Small-Sealed Lead Acid (Pb)

  • Commonly found in mobility scooters, children’s toy cars, emergency lighting and hospital equipment. Also used for backup power in residential landline phones and uninterruptable power supplies for computers.

Automotive Batteries

There are several types and applications of batteries used in vehicles today. There are automotive starting batteries used with internal combustion engines, large electric vehicle battery packs that power the vehicle and small batteries that power accessories such as remote door locks or back up the computer’s memory.

  • Lead-acid batteries may contain up to 18 pounds of lead and about one gallon of corrosive lead-contaminated sulfuric acid.
  • They can be used as either an engine starting battery or automotive power battery that moves the vehicle.
  • They can be found in automobiles, boats, snowmobiles, motorcycles, golf carts, all-terrain vehicles, wheelchairs, and other large transportation vehicles.
  • They may also be used in non-automotive situations such as backup power in basement sump-pumps or as uninterruptible power supplies for computers or other critical equipment.

Return to the battery retailer or your local solid or household hazardous waste collection program.

Handling precaution: Contains sulfuric acid and lead. When handling the battery, follow all warnings and instructions on the battery.

EPA recommendation: Return lead-acid batteries to a battery retailer or local household hazardous waste collection program ; do not put lead-acid batteries in the trash or municipal recycling bins.

  • Most of today’s plug-in and hybrid electric vehicles and energy storage (on and off-grid) use Li-ion batteries to either store power for the hybrid system or to power the electric motor that moves the vehicle.
  • These batteries are also used for energy storage systems that can be installed in buildings.

Because of the size and complexity of these battery systems, medium and large-scale Li-ion batteries may not be able to be removed by the consumer. Refer to the manufacturer’s instructions and heed warnings and safety instructions.

  • Automobile: Contact the automobile dealer, shop or salvage yard where the battery was purchased.
  • Energy Storage: Contact the energy storage equipment manufacturer or company that installed the battery.
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EPA recommendation: Contact the manufacturer, automobile dealer or company that installed the Li-ion battery for management options; do not put in the trash or municipal recycling bins.

State Battery Recycling Laws

Some states have enacted battery recycling laws for various types of consumer batteries. To see a map of state battery laws, go to the Call2Recycle website.

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