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Tadiran batteries suit emergency assistance systems

Posted: 21 Sep 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:tadiran? pulses plus? battery?

Tadiran disclosed that it now offers Pulses Plus batteries designed for emergency roadside assistance systems, automatic mayday systems and other GPS and RFID-based systems.

The new 3.6V primary batteries utilize Lithium thionyl chloride chemistry to deliver the higher voltage, higher capacity and lower self-discharge demanded by emergency roadside assistance systems. According to Tadiran, their Pulses Plus batteries combine proven Lithium thionyl chloride chemistry, a unique hermetically sealed Hybrid Layer Capacitor (HLC), and bobbin type construction to deliver greater performance and safety compared to spiral wound batteries. These batteries also offer unmatched service life combined with the ability to withstand extreme temperatures, a critical requirement for automotive applications, the company added.

With a 3.6V voltage, the batteries feature a self discharge of less than 2 percent per year (versus the 5 percent per year of spiral wound batteries) and a lower ESR (Equivalent Serial Resistance). Operating temperature range is from -40C to 85C.

The Pulses Plus batteries come in various configurations, including cylindrical cells and battery packs. Models come in a wide variety of sizes and capacity ranges to meet virtually any requirement. Additionally, the devices are UL-recognized and made with an exclusive glass-to-metal hermetic seal to protect against leakage.





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