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Lithium Polymer Batteries

Evolving from Lithium-ion batteries, Lithium polymer batteries offer a distinct advantage over their predecessor in terms of cost, utility, durability and flexibility.A Lithium-polymer battery can be shaped to fit in an array of devices. As cell phones become thinner, it is important for battery manufactures to develop new ways to charge these ever important devices.

Using a lithium-polymer battery allows the manufacturer to shape the battery in essentially any way they please. This allows for more freedom in designing the true power behind our mobile devices. Another advantage of lithium polymer cells over nickel-cadmium and nickel metal hydride cells is that the rate of self-discharge is much lower.

All-Battery carries a li-polymer battery for virtually any application. With varying amperages, shapes, and sizes, you are sure to find a lithium-polymer battery for whatever device you need. Shop our huge selection today and power up your device with lithium polymer energy!

. Lithium-Polymer Battery

 

 

Lithium-polymer batteries can be dated back to the 1970's. Their first design included a dry solid polymer electrolyte that resembled a plastic film. Therefore, this type of battery can result in credit card thin designs while still holding relatively good battery life. In addition, lithium-polymer batteries are very lightweight and have improved safety. However, these batteries will cost more to manufacture and have a worse energy density than lithium-ion batteries.

 

 

Type

Secondary

Chemical Reaction

Varies, depending on electrolyte.

Operating Temperature

Improved performance at low and high temperatures.

Recommended for

Cellular telephones, mobile computing devices.

Initial Voltage

3.7 & 7.4

Capacity

Varies depending on the battery; superior to standard lithium-ion.

Discharge Rate

Flat

Recharge Life

300 – 400 cycles

Charging Temperature

32º F to 140º F (0º C to 60º C)

Storage Life

Loses less than 0.1% per month.

Storage Temperature

-4º F to 140º F ( -20º C to 60º C)

Disposal

· Can be recycled by dropping them off at any of our over 7,200 stores nationwide.

· Should be recycled through your local RadioShack store .

Other Notes

· Typically designed to be recharged in the device rather than in an external charger.

· Lighter than nickel-based secondary batteries with (Ni-Cd and NiMH).

· Can be made in a variety of shapes.


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