D-cell

AcronymDefinition
D-celldeployment cell (US DoD)
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In addition to the included AC adapter, the fan can operate for up to 72 hours on eight D-cell batteries.
The bomb consisted of 264 canisters (each about the size of a D-cell battery) of CS held in place by a 1- by 3-foot plastic unit.
Ultracapacitors have 10,000 times more stored power than a typical D-cell sized electrolytic capacitor.
Carlo struck the victim several times over the head with a 15-inch flashlight that takes four D-cell batteries.
A set of six D-Cell batteries is provided with the product and will last for up to eight years.
It is much smaller than the older devices -- about the size of a D-cell battery giving it the potential to help more women, teenagers and smaller men with end-stage heart failure whose bodies aren't big enough for other devices.
The T-Corder is powered by either a long-life rechargeable sealed lead acid battery, or D-cell alkaline batteries.
Power for the lighting source is provides by four D-cell batteries.
The Big Buddy Indoor Safe Propane heater features three adjustable heat settings (4,000, 9,000 and 18,000 BTUs per hour), built-in tip-over and low-oxygen shut-off switches, and a heat circulating fan powered by four D-cell batteries.
New York police officers are allowed to pick their own flashlights as long as the models don't use more than three D-cell batteries.
Models are offered in all sizes and several styles, but when buyers want weapon-like heft, bombproof construction, and an adjustable spot-to-flood beam, the four D-cell and four C-cell models are perennial favorites for larger and smaller hands.
The entire unit, including the Psychro-Dyne and its carrying case, measures 8 by 12 by 3 inches and weighs approximately 3 pounds when fully loaded with three D-cell batteries and a plastic bottle of distilled water.