What is Lithium Battery?
The lithium battery is divided into Li-SOCl2 battery and Li-MnO2 battery
The Li-SOCl 2 battery is the type with the highest specific energy, which can reach the level of 500Wh/kg . Its nominal voltage is 3.6V; when it discharges at the mediate current, the voltage is quite stable at 3~4V (it can discharge stably with little changes within the 90% capacity). The battery can work at the range of -40°C – +85°C, while at -40°C, the capacity is about 50% of the one at the normal temperature. The self-discharge rate is low ( the annual one <1% ), and the shelf life can reach as long as more than 10 years.
The Li-MnO2 battery is the primary battery with the lithium as the negative electrode, the MnO2 as the positive electrode and the organic solvent as electrolyte. The main feature is the high voltage: the nominal voltage is 3V (2 times that of the common dry battery); the expiration discharge voltage is 2V, the specific capacity is high; the discharge voltage is stable and reliable; the shelf life is more than 3 years, the self discharge rate is low (the annual one < 2% ); the working temperature ranges from -20°C – +60°C.
The battery can be made into different shapes (rectangle, cylindrical and Coin) to meet the various requirements.
The Coin Battery is often used in clocks, calculators, electron notepad, audiphones, electronic game machines, IC card, standby power sources, etc.
3.6V rated voltage
Highest specific capacity (500 wh/kg,1000wh/dm3);
Nominal operating temperature range from -40°C- +75°C;
Excellent low and high temperature characteristics;
Low self-discharge(no more than 1%) rate;
10 years of shelf life;
High energy density;
Wide operation temperature range from -20°C – +60°C
No voltage delay and low self discharge;
High current discharge ;
Excellent safety and no pollution;
Real-time clock Apparatus and instrument CMOS memory backup power source
Camera; Radio; Civil and military communication instruments;
CMOS memory backup power source;