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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.
2003-01-22 Yili releases mercury-free alkaline manganese batteries
Ningbo Yili Battery Co. Ltd has released the LR14 and LR20 alkaline manganese batteries that are free of mercury and cadmium elements.
2004-07-08 Win-Top batteries offer 32.6Ah capacity
The M-UPS-D rechargeable lithium batteries from Win-Top have a capacity of 32.6Ah and output voltage range from 3V to 12V.
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.
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.
2014-10-14 Ultrafast charging batteries: 70% full in 2 minutes
The battery replaces the traditional graphite used for the anode with a new gel made from titanium oxide. Found in soil, titanium oxide is commonly used as a food additive or in sunscreen lotions to absorb ultraviolet rays.
2002-02-07 ULBI Li-ion batteries last 500 recharges
Ultralife Batteries Inc.'s UBP543048 and UBP563450 models feature a minimum service life of 500 charging cycles and are geared for wireless and portable electronic products.
2010-09-03 Transceiver makes batteries charge faster
SMSC's USB333x/334x product family enables portable devices to negotiate up to three times the charging current of traditional USB ports and cuts standby current consumption by up to 95 percent.
2010-07-09 Toshiba, Mitsubishi bring SCiB batteries to electric cars
Toshiba Corp. and Mitsubishi Motors Corp. are collaborating to bring the SCiB battery to electric vehicles (EV).
2007-08-14 Toshiba recalls more fire-hazard Sony batteries
Due to the continued reports of overheating batteries, Toshiba has issued another round of recalls for Sony notebook batteries that are said to be fire hazard.
2006-09-21 Toshiba (also) recalls laptop batteries
Another major computer manufacturer is recalling Sony-made laptop batteries in its products. Toshiba is reportedly recalling 340,000 laptop batteries made by Sony.
2007-06-12 Tiny thermal links roll for Li-ion batteries
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co. Ltd. announces the availability of its small and thin thermal links, designated the EYP2Mpseries, designed for protecting Li-ion and Li-polymer batteries.
2012-07-05 TI introduces power management chip for lithium batteries
TI with first multicell, multichemistry battery gas gauge for lithium batteries
2004-09-17 TI develops accurate gas gauge technology for lithium batteries
Texas Instruments Inc. has developed a gas gauge technology the company says calculates remaining capacity in lithium-based battery packs with up to 99 percent accuracy throughout the entire life of a battery.
2005-01-21 TI chip protects CE devices from bad batteries
TI has developed an intelligent battery management IC that identifies potentially unsafe batteries not approved by CE manufacturers for use in their devices.
2011-06-21 Thin-film batteries revenues to reach $900M by 2016
A report from NanoMarkets predicts that thin-film battery market will reach almost $900 million in revenues by 2016 due to high demands from products containing thin-film batteries.
2009-02-09 Thin-film batteries highlight rechargeability
Infinite Power Solutions Inc. (IPS) has ramped up the production its new THINERGY micro-energy cell (MEC) products.
2014-06-23 The lowdown on batteries: Zinc/silver-oxide
This battery is known for its high energy density and flat discharge curve. It has found use as a backup power source in the space industry, as well as for the military in some specialty areas.
2014-05-19 The lowdown on batteries: Zinc-Air
This instalment focuses on zinc-air, a type of battery that has a very high energy density and is very light compared to sealed types. Companies are now evaluating the battery for use in grid storage.
2014-01-24 The lowdown on batteries: Specs, terminologies
This instalment covers classifications, general specifications, and terminologies.
2014-08-04 The lowdown on batteries: Sodium sulfur
This battery technology is known for its very high energy density, excellent cycle life, low-cost materials, and high efficiency. However, it also comes with some disadvantages.
2015-02-02 The lowdown on batteries: Lithium titanate
Lithium Titanate (LTO) I known for itsfast charging, low internal resistance/high charge and discharge-rate, high cycle life, and excellent endurance/safety. Learn more about it in this article.
2014-05-26 The lowdown on batteries: Lithium thionyl chloride
This technology has limited emissions even under abusive conditions, unlike other battery technologies using liquids that produce a gas by-product. Unfortunately, the electrolyte is toxic and reacts with water.
2014-08-18 The lowdown on batteries: Lithium sulphur dioxide
Constructed with sulphur dioxide on carbon bonded with Teflon, this battery technology is known for its wide operating temperature range, flat voltage-discharge curve, and high energy density.
2014-10-13 The lowdown on batteries: Lithium sulphur
In keeping with the lithium and sulphur theme seen in the previous instalment, let's continue with the lithium-sulphur variant, which touts some impressive new developments.
2014-01-27 The lowdown on batteries: Lead-acid batteries
This instalment focuses on the lead-acid battery invented in 1859 by French physicist Gaston Plante.
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.
2006-09-28 Technology enables "safer" notebook PC batteries
Zinc Matrix Power Inc. announced its new battery technology based on silver, zinc and water, that can be used to power notebook computers.
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