Rechargeable Battery

Hello. I was looking to purchase this battery for my Arduino UNO: http://www.pololu.com/product/798

But I was wondering if it was rechargeable? As in, would it recharge itself if I charged it with a plug in power supply?

If not, are their any models out there that can work like this?

Isn't that link to a voltage regulator (not a battery ) ???

You are very observant today Roger, you might earn a +1 for that bit of wisdom.

Tom.. lol... :) ps Its amazing what an edjamacation can do. For years ago I culdn't spel injuneer, now I r won.

That 'step up' regulator allows you to run arduino from a D-cell battery. Its low current will restrict you when adding extras. Look in your drawer for a cellphone charger.

rogerClark: Isn't that link to a voltage regulator (not a battery ) ???

Yes my bad.

I'm still unsure of what it does.., Will the regulator keep my Arduino running without needing to plug it in/ is recharged by simply plugging the Arduino in?

No this will not run your arduino as it does not contain a battery.

You need some sort of battery shield

rogerClark: No this will not run your arduino as it does not contain a battery.

You need some sort of battery shield

?

If I read correctly, I was told that it would work... :( http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=243172.msg1741899#msg1741899

If not, could you suggest something that might (preferably as small as possible and not a shield as I am looking to keep things compact for my project).