Innovative USB Rechargeable D Batteries Li-ion 1.5V 6000mWh – IBattEnergy LiUC60D1

These USB rechargeable D batteries have a built-in USB-C charging port and can be quickly charged in 1~2 hours with up to 1200 charge cycles. It is environmentally friendly and saves money compared to traditional alkaline batteries. In addition, its output voltage is 1.5V, which is higher than that of alkaline batteries or Ni-MH batteries, which means that it can power more types of electrical appliances, such as controllers, keyboards, mice, toys, calculators, toothbrushes, wireless devices and Game controllers and more.

SKU: LiUC60D1 Category:


Innovative USB Rechargeable Batteries Li-Ion 1.5V

Features of  USB Rechargeable D Batteries LiUC60D1

  1. These USB rechargeable D batteries feature a built-in USB-C charging port, which can be fully charged in 1 to 2 hours using a single USB port and can be recharged up to 1200 times.
  2. Stop wasting money on disposable standard alkaline D batteries, get the same great performance with USB rechargeable D batteries that lasts over and over again, save money, and are more environmentally friendly.
  3. The built-in red LED indicator light flashes quickly at 1Hz when charging, stays on when fully charged, turns off when discharging, and flashes quickly at 10Hz when short-circuited.
  4. The rechargeable battery with USB port has an output voltage of 1.5 volts, which is higher than NiMH batteries, which means it can power a wider range of products, ideal for controllers, keyboards, mice, toys, calculators, toothbrushes wireless devices, and games Controllers and other products.
  5. Note: If you use a mobile phone charger to charge, please use a charger below 5V 2A; it meets North American safety standards and has passed safety certifications such as CE, FCC, and RoHS.



Additional information

Weight0.07 kg
Dimensions60 × 32 × 32 cm





600mAh x 3



Charging Voltage

DC 5.0




Red LED. 1Hz flashing during charging, always on when fully charged, off when discharging, and 10Hz high-speed flashing when discharging is short-circuited