J-6632/U, NSN 5940-01-504-3217, battery eliminator adapter * J-6633/U, NSN 5940-01-504-3218, powers the ASIP AN/PRC-119F * J-6634/U, NSN 5940-01-504-5597, powers the non-ASIP AN/PRC-119 * J-6685/U, NSN 5940-01-516-9785, powers the M22 chemical alarm * J-6686/U, NSN 5940-01-517-3990, powers the MBITR AN/PRC-148 * J-6687/U, NSN 5940-01-516-9787, powers SATCOM radios AN/PRC-117/150 and AN/PSC-5 * J-6688/U, NSN 5940-01-517-1026, powers the Javelin CLU The zinc-air battery is made of two 12-volt strings which will provide 56 Amp-hours (Ah) or will provide 27Ah at 24 volts.
What does ZAB stand for?
ZAB stands for Zinc-Air Battery
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We have 5 other meanings of ZAB in our Acronym Attic
- zSeries Application Assist Processor (IBM)
- ZTreeWin Assistant Application Program (software)
- Zyvox Annual Appraisal of Potency and Spectrum
- Z Axis Alignment Ruling
- Zebra as a Service (Selling to Zebras, Inc.)
- Zeeman Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy
- Zhejiang Academy of Agricultural Sciences (Zhejiang, China)
- Zimbabwe Association Of Accounting Technicians
- Zoroastrian Association of Arizona
- Zaragoza Air Base (Spain)
- Zoning Adjustments Board (Berkeley, CA)
- Zukunft-Ausbildung-Berufswahl (German: Future Training, Career Choices)
- ZukunftsAgentur Brandenburg GmbH
- Zusammen Aktiv Bleiben (German: Stay Active Together; Munich, Germany)
- Zweckverband Abfallverwertung Bazenheid (German; Swiss waste disposal company)
- Zagrebaèka Banka (City of Zagreb Bank)
- Zimbabwe Amateur Boxing Association
- Zine El Abidine Ben Ali (president of Tunisia)
- Zambia Association of Business Development Trainers
- Zimbabwe Adult Basic Education Course
Samples in periodicals archive:
BA-8180/U ZINC-AIR BATTERY The BA-8180/U Zinc-Air Battery was developed by Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center, Integrated Battle Command Directorate, Fort Monmouth, N.
One innovative approach is known as the zinc-air battery, which, rather than using potentially harmful reactants, relies on the oxygen existing in the air to create energy.