AAA

Depending on technology used, product symbol of Eurobatt AAA type batteries varies:
- LR03-BP4 – for Alkaline Plus
- R03P-BP4 – for Super Heavy Duty
- R03-BP4 – for Max Power

An AAA battery is 44.5 mm long and 10.5 mm in diameter, weighing around 11.5 grams. Output of alkaline batteries in this size is 1.5 volts, 900 mA•h. It is just ideal for use in small electronic devices, such as TV remote controls and digital cameras. For devices that require the same power, but a battery that has a greater life time AA type is recommended.

AA

Depending on technology used, product symbol of Eurobatt AA type batteries varies:
- LR6-BP4 – for Alkaline Plus
- R6-BP4 – for Super Heavy Duty
- R3-BP4 – for Max Power

An AA battery is a standard battery size commonly used in medium portable electronic devices that need more life time than AAA batteries but same power. Its physical dimensions measure 50mm in length, 14.2mm in diameter and approximately 23g in weight. Electrical output of alkaline batteries in this size is 1.5V, 1800 mA•h

C

Depending on technology used, product symbol of Eurobatt C type batteries varies:
- LR14-BP2 – for Alkaline Plus
- R14P-BP2 – for Super Heavy Duty
- R14-BP2 – for Max Power

Most C Type batteries use either Alkaline or Zinc Carbon technology. Zinc Carbon batteries are less expensive, and work best in steady and lighter drain applications, such as torches. The Alkaline version is more modern, and improves on several of the Zinc Carbon battery deficiencies, as it performs better, and over a longer period, in high-drain applications, such as electrical motors in toys. This equates to effective operating times that are multiples (between 4 to 15 times) of those for a comparable Zinc Carbon battery, has a longer shelf life, with some current premium brands exceeding 6 years and it performs well even at lower temperatures, down to about -30°C.

D

Depending on technology used, product symbol of Eurobatt D type batteries varies:
- LR20-BP2 – for Alkaline Plus
- R20P-BP2 – for Super Heavy Duty
- R20-BP2 – for Max Power

Most D Type batteries use either Alkaline or Zinc Carbon technology. Zinc Carbon batteries are less expensive, and work best in steady and lighter drain applications, such as torches. The Alkaline version is more modern, and improves on several of the Zinc Carbon battery deficiencies, as it performs better, and over a longer period, in high-drain applications, such as electrical motors in toys. This equates to effective operating times that are multiples (between 4 to 15 times) of those for a comparable Zinc Carbon battery, has a longer shelf life, with some current premium brands exceeding 6 years and it performs well even at lower temperatures, down to about -30°C.

9V

Depending on technology used, product symbol of Eurobatt 9 Volt batteries varies:
- 6LF22-BP1 – for Alkaline Plus
- 6F22-BP1 – for Super Heavy Duty
- 6F22C-BP1 – for Max Power

9 Volt batteries are quite common, accounting for about 5% of all batteries sold in the EU in 2001. They are used in smoke detectors, telephones, microphones, and a wide range of other devices that need a higher operating voltage than the 1.5 Volt, normally delivered by other types. The Eurobatt 9V alkaline battery is in fact a small engineering marvel, packing six 1.5V alkaline cells into its small rectangular package, and connecting them to the battery terminals such that the operating voltage becomes 9V