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2004-04-02 Yuasa NiMH batteries rated at 0.8Ah
The AAAC800 rechargeable NiMh battery from Yuasa (Tianjin) Technology is designed for use in communications equipment, CD players and headphone stereos.
2003-10-27 Vapex NiMH batteries have high shelf life
Suitable for use in digital cameras, the VTE2200 rechargeable NiMH batteries from Vapex Technology Ltd feature an energy density of 20 percent.
2003-06-28 Using the DS2770 as a 3-Cell NiMH Charger
This application note discusses several key considerations when using the DS2770 to charge a NiMH battery pack.
2000-05-05 Using NiMH and Li-Ion Batteries in Portable Applications
This application note describes the Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) batteries for use in many portable design products.
2008-05-26 USB-powered battery charger for NiCd/NiMH batteries
The charger described in this application note by Svyatoslav Paliy, application engineer with Cypress Semiconductor, can easily be incorporated into computer peripherals.
2004-06-28 STI NiMH batteries offer 2.63Ah capacity
STI developed NiMH batteries with a capacity of 2.63Ah (nominal) or 2.5Ah (min.), and nominal voltage of 1.25V.
2003-08-28 Sanyo, Tomy develop rechargeable NiMH battery
Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd and Tomy have co-developed the Every Denchi, a nickel metal hydrate (NiMH) battery that is suitable for use in toys.
2005-11-08 Sanyo to unveil eco-friendly NiMH battery
Japan-based Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd will begin selling this month a rechargeable nickel-metal-hydride battery.
2003-12-09 Sanyo enhances NiMH battery products with new alloy
Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd has developed the Superlattice alloy electrode material for its nickel metal hydride (NiMH) batteries.
2005-08-23 Ovonic Battery grants patent license to China's NiMH battery maker
Ovonic Battery Co. Inc., a subsidiary of Energy Conversion Devices Inc. (ECD Ovonics), has entered into a patent license agreement in connection with its proprietary nickel metal hydride (NiMH) battery technology with Intellect Battery Co. Ltd (Intellect) of China.
2006-08-21 Ovonic Battery grants NiMH license to China's TMK
Ovonic Battery has entered into a patent license agreement in connection with its proprietary NiMH battery technology with China's TMK Power Industries.
2003-07-29 NiMH battery features 2.1Ah nominal capacity
Shenzhen Highpower Technology Co. Ltd has released its HFR 1.2V NiMH rechargeable battery that features 2.1Ah nominal capacity.
2003-08-07 NiMH battery cell features quick charge mode
Shenzhen Oceanwide Battery Co. Ltd has released its 1.2V Rechargeable NiMH battery cell series that features quick charge modes and long platform time.
2003-04-24 NiMH batteries last 1,000 charging cycles
The BP50AA series of NiMH batteries from Shenzhen BetterPower Co. Ltd is capable of withstanding up to 1,000 charging cycles.
2001-04-09 NiCd/NiMH intelligent battery system reference design using the DS2437
This application note present a reference design for Dallas Semiconductor's DS2437 Smart Battery Monitor IC contained within a NiCd or NiMH battery pack.
2003-04-02 Microchip NiMH battery monitor touts accuracy
Microchip Technology's PS402 battery monitor IC integrates all the rechargeable battery monitoring functions for NiMH batteries in a single 28-pin SSOP.
2004-04-23 Matsushita NiMH batteries offer 2.23ah capacity
Matsushita Electric has launched the HHR-3SPS series of its NiMH batteries in AA size.
2003-04-08 Lexel NiMH battery suits power tools
The LP250-SC43 rechargeable NiMH battery from Lexel Battery (Shenzhen) Co. Ltd offers a typical capacity of 2.55Ah and nominal voltage of 12V.
2003-09-29 Huawei NiMH batteries have 9Ah nominal capacity
The NI-MH batteries from Huawei Power Source Co. Ltd are offered in environment-friendly designs.
2004-01-20 High Energy NiMH batteries offer 1.2V nominal voltage
The HE-AAH-2000 sealed NiMH rechargeable batteries from High Energy Battery Co. Ltd have a nominal voltage of 1.2V and internal impedance of <25 milliohms.
2003-08-08 Great Leader rolls NiMH, NiCd batteries for Sanyo
Great Leader Technology has released its HR and KR series of NiMH and NiCd types of rechargeable batteries for Sanyo.
2003-06-02 Electrochem NiMH battery offers 2.1Ah capacity
Electrochem Automation (Shanghai) Co. Ltd has released the AA2100 NiMH rechargeable battery that offers a nominal voltage of 1.2V.
2007-04-23 Circuit enables single NiMH cell to simulate a Lithium battery
This note describes a circuit that allows a nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) cell to be used in a circuit designed for a Lithium-based battery.
2005-09-13 BYD acquires NiMH technology license from Ovonic Battery
BYD Co. Ltd recently acquired a license from Ovonic Battery Co. Inc. for the nonexclusive right to manufacture, use and sell Ovonic Battery's proprietary NiMH technology-based batteries for nonpropulsion applications.
2004-10-22 Boost converter suits Li-ion, multi-cell Alkaline/NiMH apps
A 2-phase, current mode boost converter capable of supplying 2A at 5V from a 3.3V input in a 3-by-3mm DFN package was recently released by Linear Tech.
2004-07-19 BetterPower NiMH batteries provide 2.4Ah capacity
The BP1-50AA2400mAh NiMH battery from Shenzhen BetterPower features a nominal capacity of 2.4Ah and rated voltage of 1.2V.
2003-04-04 AVR450: Battery Charger for SLA, NiCd, NiMH and Li-Ion Batteries
This application note discusses a reference design for a battery charger, which allows it to charge various types of batteries.
2008-11-28 'Smallest' NiMH charger boasts fast-charge control
Maxim Integrated Products has released the DS2710, a stand-alone, NiMH charger IC with alkaline-cell detection.
2014-03-24 The lowdown on batteries: Carbon zinc
Carbon zinc batteries are the least expensive of the primary batteries. They are useful for low-current or intermittent devices.
2014-02-18 The lowdown on batteries: Alkaline batteries
In this instalment, we will delve on the rechargeable types of alkaline batteries.
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