Nicad battery in computers

Explain the Nicad battery in the computers. Describe in detail.

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Trademarked name for the Nickel-Cadmium battery owned by SAFT America Inc. Ni-cad is the rechargeable battery, which are mostly made up of the nickel and cadmium. A primary problem with the nickel-cadmium batteries was that they required to be completely drained of the power before they could be recharged. If battery was not completely drained, once the battery reaches its last low level, the battery would go dead. This issue is termed as the memory loss or memory effect.

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