Frequently Asked Questions

Following Q&A will teach you everything you wanted to know about batteries and how to optimize the usage.

Battery performance greatly depends on the device and on the conditions.
No. However commonplace they may be, they’re still made up of chemicals that can potentially harm the environment (and the user) if they’re handled incorrectly.
Never throw batteries in the trash. All batteries, including Panasonic hearing aid batteries, can and should be recycled.
Coin batteries have a low voltage (1.5 V) and a diameter less than 12 mm to prevent any serious accident. Also, packaging has been designed specifically to prevent accidental ingestion. Panasonic coin batteries are thus relatively safe and serious accidents are very uncommon.
Panasonic hearing aid batteries contain zinc, which reacts with air. They do not contain lithium.
At this point Panasonic does not produce AAAA or LR61 batteries.
Immediately head to the nearest emergency room. Avoid drinking or eating before a doctor has provided a decent diagnosis.
Batteries in smart keys usually last between 1 to 2 years. Unusually short battery life may be caused by electromagnetic interference. Avoid keeping your smart key near other electronic devices such as phones, laptops and other screens.
Yes, Ni-MH rechargeable batteries can be used for (torch) lights with a wire filament.
Always remove batteries from devices you don’t use for longer periods, from devices connected to AC power and when batteries are empty.

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