Using TDRFORCE 4LR44 6V Alkaline battery
keep your Dog Bark Collars going for longer.
4LR44 6V alkaline batteries is a type of cylinder alkaline battery with 12.6mm(diameter) x 25.2mm(height).
Have Full 6 Volts Charge, 3 Years Shelf Life, usually works for
Dog Bark Collars, Pet Training Collars, Dog Fence Collars, toys, Watches, LAN cable tester, Cameras, Calculators, Car Security Alarm, Keyless Car Remotes.
4LR44 battery with high Quality under Strict Quality Control Standards and comply with CE and ROHS Certified toe nsure longer battery life and long Lasting power for your electronic devices.
Equivalent to: 4LR44, PX28A, A544, 28PXA, 476A, 4G13, GP476, K28, V28, PX28AB, L1325, 1414A, V4034PX, PX28L, K28L, L544, L544BP, V28PXL, 2CR1/3N, 2CR1-3N, CR28L, 1406LC, 2CR11108
You can choose to pack pcs or 6PCS 4LR44 Batteries in Blister Pack give consumers a low cost for wholesale and reliable power.
Product selling point:
Low self-discharge, longer storage time
health and environmental protections
Leak-proof technology, safe and durable
Henry who had 19 years experiences in pet goods industry has upcycled Bark Collars for Dog — using a Fence Collar to deliver a training collar 15-years runtime from a single 4LR44 battery.
“I’ve never had batteries that last for so long. I use them for my computer remote and my radios. Batteries in my remote used to last for barely a month. Now they last for what seems forever. Same with my radios. I can have them on all day, or hours at a time, and the sound stays clear.The batteries are great and long lasting, with good price and service,” Henry explains. “TDRFORCE batteries are the best in our experience. These batteries were a great value pack.”
The heart of the fence collar is, of course, a standard digital training collar, powered by one 4LR44 6V battery. To this, Henry has added a super Pro Mini Collar with an external real-time key module — replacing the signals from the bark collar which would normally see the key ticking once per second, extending the time it takes so that one revolution of the hour hand will take an entire year.
A simple bark collar for the key face let you read the situation of the training day using the collar — with the Arduino coded to correctly advance the hand for months shorter than the full 31 days of a complete rotation — but it’s the power management that makes the project stand out. The microcontroller is underclocked from its default 16MHz to just 1MHz, which allows it to run from the key’s 6V battery — while having the handy side-effect of also dropping its output logic to a key-friendly 6V.
Coupled with the removal of the board’s voltage regulator and LEDs and a low-power sleep between “ticks,” the key can run for some considerable time — an estimated 15 years, if fitted with a 4LR44 6V battery. “Although the current draw is significantly low, alkaline batteries have a shelf life of 10-15 years,” Henry admits. “It would be interesting to see the real-world battery life but would have to wait for a long time though.”
The full project write-up, including source code and wiring instructions, is available on TDRFORCE’s batteries website.