What is the Voltage of a D Battery?
The voltage of a battery refers to the difference between the electric potential between its negative and positive terminals. D alkaline batteries with greater differences in potential have greater voltages.
Like many AAA, AA and C batteries, most alkaline D batteries have 1.5volts. Some devices like electric torches and lanterns require the increased voltage of a 6v D alkaline battery.
What Types of Devices Require D Alkaline Batteries?
Commonly used in high current drain electronics such as radio receivers, transmitters and large flashlights, alkaline D batteries offer extended running times. A high-quality D battery delivers the dependable, long-lasting performance you need to operate a variety of household devices.
Where to Find D Alkaline Batteries from Top Brands
Batteries Plus Bulbs has a large assortment of application-specific D alkaline batteries by top brands to keep the battery-powered devices you use the most at home or the office charged and ready to use. Find high-performing alkaline D batteries, including commercial grade, general purpose and high drain, online or in-store now.