What are High drain cells?
High drain cells are batteries that are designed to deliver high amounts of current for short periods of time. They are commonly used in high-performance devices that require a lot of power, such as digital cameras, flashlights, remote control toys, and other electronic devices.
High drain cells are typically made with materials that are optimized for high discharge rates, such as lithium-ion, nickel-metal hydride, or alkaline chemistry. They are able to supply a high amount of power quickly, but may have a shorter overall lifespan than other batteries. It is important to use the appropriate high drain cell for a specific device, as using a battery with insufficient capacity or discharge rate may result in poor performance or even damage to the device.