Batteries and Battery Chargers

Keep your everyday devices and heavy-duty equipment powered with the right battery types

DistributionNOW has a large selection of batteries and battery chargers to power all your equipment, from small electronics such as cell phones, barcode scanners, digital cameras, to heavy oilfield equipment. Whether it is consumer batteries, solar batteries that provide energy storage for solar, wind and other renewable energy systems, or heavy-duty application batteries for industrial equipment, count on DNOW to help you keep your business going.

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Shop online or at one of our stores to find disposable batteries for low-drain devices, such as flashlights, remote controls, clocks, and smoke detectors. High-performance batteries that provide increased capacity and are able to handle spikes in power demand from high-drain devices, such as digital cameras, thermal imagers, digital audio players, drones, video game controllers, GPS equipment, and keyless entry systems and rechargeable batteries are more economical and environmentally friendly than disposable batteries because they can be used repeatedly. We carry a selection of battery chargers to replenish the power of depleted rechargeable batteries.

DNOW has the right battery for any application

DNOW sells the optimal battery for any application

There's nothing worse than heading out to the job site and your equipment won't turn on. Don't be left stranded in the cold, make sure your device has power by replacing it with a performance battery from DNOW. We carry a wide range of battery sizes, including AA, AAA, D, 9v, and 12v batteries. We also offer a variety of lithium batteries and lithium-ion batteries, plus coin and button batteries to power devices like watches, flashlights or electronic devices and equipment. We sell industrial batteries designed for heavy equipment like forklifts, service utility vehicles, automotive and for powering emergency situation devices.

  • Consumer batteries (button cell, specialty cell, standard cell and more)
  • Solar batteries
  • Automotive batteries
  • Marine & RV batteries
  • Renewable energy batteries
  • Oil & gas batteries
  • Aerial platform batteries
  • Transportation batteries
  • Starter/Cranking batteries
  • Heavy equipment batteries
  • Emergency batteries
  • Battery chargers

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Batteries, over time, will gradually lose their capacity to hold a charge. Depending on the battery type, this capacity loss may be due to corrosion, crystal formation, or other processes. The best consumer experience and battery performance occur when the battery is used before the "Best If Used By" Date. The battery may still function after that date but with lower performance.

Battery chemisty and voltages varies across different brands of batteries, therefore many manufacturers do not recommended mixing different brands of batteries as it can lead to reduced battery life and decreased performance. Batteries of the same brand and type should be used together for the best results.

"Battery life" refers to the amount of time your device can run before needing to be recharged. "Battery lifespan" is the amount of time your battery will last until it needs to be replaced. You can maximize your battery life and lifespan by taking a few simple steps:

  • Keep your device updated to the latest software
  • Use power-saving mode
  • Avoid extreme ambient temperatures
  • Don't let your battery drain all the way to 0%
  • Avoid using your device while it's charging
  • Remove cases during charging if they generate excess heat
  • Only use trusted charging equipment and cables
  • Keep your device clean, including the charging port
  • Store your device half-charged when storing it for a long term
  • Get your battery replaced if it starts to swell

The average lifespan of a car battery is around 3 to 5 years. However, this is just a rough estimate and your car battery could last much longer or shorter depending on a number of factors, such as how often you drive, the conditions you drive in, and how well you maintain your battery.

The most common reason to change a car battery is that it is not holding a charge. Car batteries wear out over time or extreme temperatures will speed up a battery's end of life. Cold weather is also tough on batteries, it requires more extortion so if you live in a climate with extreme winters, you may need to replace your battery more often.