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Button Cell (Coin Cell)
ContentsOverviewPolarityInternal ResistanceTechnologiesSilver CellCommon TypesOverview Button cells maybe also be known as coin cells or watch batteries. Polarity The insulated top cap of a button cell is the negative terminal, the base is the positive terminal. Internal Resistance The internal resistance of a coin cell battery starts of at a rather large 10Ω. This then rapidly … Continue reading Button Cell (Coin Cell)
Lead-Acid Batteries
ContentsOverviewGeneral CharacteristicsChemistriesVRLA (Valve Regulated Lead Acid)AGM (Abosrbed Glass Mat) VRLAGel Cell VRLAChargingNo-Repetitive ChargingFloat ChargingLifetimeSulphationEqualizationOverview Lead-acid batteries are the oldest form of rechargeable battery, invented in 1859. General Characteristics Property Value Specific Energy 30-40Wh/kg Specific Power 180W/kg Common Battery Voltages 6V, 12V Nominal Cell Voltage 2.105V Chemistries VRLA (Valve Regulated Lead Acid) VRLA batteries do not … Continue reading Lead-Acid Batteries
Lithium Thionyl Chloride
ContentsOverviewVoltageCurrent DrawLeakage CurrentDischarge CharacteristicsEnergy DensityTemperature RangeChemical ReactionOverview Lithum thionyl chloride batteries are good for long-term power applications such as wireless remote sensors, backup power for non-persistant memory ICs, and real-time clocks. Voltage Lithium thionyl chloride batteries have a nominal voltage of 3.6V. Current Draw This is where Lithium thionyl chloride batteries show their weakness. They … Continue reading Lithium Thionyl Chloride
Zinc-air Batteries
Chemistry, energy density, power density, applications, and more information about zinc-air batteries.

Posted: September 12th, 2013 at 5:02 pm
Last Updated on: May 11th, 2015 at 12:22 pm