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High Energy Lithium Metal Oxide Batteries Ruggedized for High Reliability Mil/Aero Applications

August 2017

  • Gone in 60 Seconds: Five Ways Next-Generation Ultrafast-Charging EV Batteries are About to Change Everything
  • Saving Money on Cooling with Better Battery Management
  • Negative-Stiffness Vibration Isolation Facilitates Nano-Research into Superionic Solid Electrolytes for Next-Generation Lithium Batteries
  • ┬áCambridge EnerTech Acquires Battery Power
  • SII Semiconductor Corp. Introduces a New 2-to-3-Cell Secondary Battery Protection IC for Rechargeable Li-Ion Batteries
  • Battery Holders with PCB Connectors
  • TI Introduces Single-Chip Buck-Boost Battery Charge Controllers Enabling USB Type-C and USB Power Delivery Support
  • Electronic Loads from MDL Offer Advanced, Economical Power Supply Testing
  • Nissan to Sell Electric Battery Business to GSR Capital
  • Rice Scientists Map Ways Forward for Lithium-Ion Batteries for Extreme Environments
  • Deepwater Wind Proposing Worlds Largest Offshore Wind, Energy Storage Combination

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Ultra-Fast Charging: Respecting the Limits of a Battery when Feeding

Content Contributed by Isidor Buchmann, CEO & Founder, Cadex Electronics, Inc.

Consumers demand faster charging times. Leading in this movement is the electric vehicle (EV) industry that strives for charge times similar to filling up a vehicle at a gas station. Pumping 50 liters (13 gallons) of fuel into a tank holds a calorific value of 600 kWh. The fill-up is quick. An EV battery, in comparison, only stores between 50 to 100 kWh of energy and charging takes a long time. Continue reading

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