Advances in battery technology

How thin cell batteries are revolutionising industry

New range of super capacitors

These could be used for mobile rechargeable IoT devices

New 12V, 24V and 48V systems

Batteries or ultracapacitors offer uninterruptible power supplies

How soldiers power their military devices

A look at the high-tech battery that conforms to the shape of the body

The Role Batteries Play In Wearable Medtech

As the European wearable medical device market blossoms, batteries must adapt

New AC-DC chassis-mounted power supply units

These are aimed at a wide range of applications including automation and process control

Innovative new polymers could form supercapacitors

The dielectric materials, which are hydrophilic, similar to those originally designed for soft contact lenses, exhibit interesting properties

Improvements in lithium dendrite control

Surface imperfections are holding lithium back when it comes to energy storage. New research from Arizona State University could extend battery life and improve safety

New charger from South Korea

Shaped like a cup holder, this device generates and maintains a constant and uniform magnetic field to charge wirelessly

Tackling the battery design challenge

Batteries used in extreme environments must be fine-tuned to their environment to offer the durability required. Users like the military cannot afford failure

Constant power modules

Constant power modules for wireless IoT and LED street lighting

Flexible battery

Shaped like a spine, the new design enables enough movement to be wearable

FMAB NEO with overvoltage protection

Schurter expands the successful range of built-in filters for single-stage systems FMAB NEO with optionally available overvoltage protection (varistors).

Isolated low noise DC/DC converters of high efficiency

Converters combine a high level of efficiency with a low level of output ripple & noise.

Is your battery ready for the IoT boom?

Why OEMs need to consider the power needs of their connected devices

Future trends in the battery industry

Some thoughts on the challenges ahead



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