Five Good Practices to Minimize Your Lithium Ion Battery Failure Risks

Jan-SwartJan Swart, Ph.D, Principal  - Technology Development, Exponent

High reliability, energy density and light weight have made Lithium-Ion batteries the preferred choice for battery operated consumer products. The technology is ever evolving using new materials, higher energy density, with normal operating voltages increasing pushing the electrochemistry to its limits.  The effort in maintaining a low risk battery system and good quality are always challenging.  This presentation will discuss five practices that can help to minimize the risk of a safety performance lapse in your Lithium-ion powered product battery systems.
 

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