Lithium-thionyl chloride batteries are a widely used battery system in smart instrumentation and are the highest energy density and voltage disposable batteries available for commercial applications Hao Cheng's newty upgraded Silver Slug series carbon causes an ideal ratio: a mix of acetylene black conductive agents and additives to equalise the deep dischargery. its high current discharge caused by using the battery when it is placed in different directions after installatio.
Nominal voltage up to 3.6 V
Energy density up to 590 Wh/kg
More than 90% of the capacity could be output at a stable voltage
-55°C to +85°C
Self discharge rate is less than 2% per year at room temperature
Bobbin and spiral structure are available for different applications
A wide range of applications
High energy density
Strong sealing performance and good storage performance
Safe and stable working voltage
Green and pollution-free, in line with the requirements of contemporary development
Used to supply energy to AMR (Automated meter reading) utility metering (Electricity meter, Gas meter, Water meter and Heat meter)
Alarms and security wireless devices
Mobile asset tracking,Medical Equipment,GPS
Emergency location transmitters beacons (ELTs, EPIRBs)
Professional electronics,Military radio communication
Oil exploration，Automotive telemetry
Factors to be considered while choosing a Battery.
Rechargeable / Non-Rechargeable batteries.
Availability of Space.
System Operating Voltage.
Capacity of the battery - Power & Energy.
Cost of Battery.
Passivation is a phenomenon for lithium battery; a thin chemical film appears on the surface of lithium anode and prevents it from oxidation which is forming on the surface of the metal. In lithium-thionyl chloride battery, thionyl chloride is a liquid. ... This phenomenon of lithium is called as Passivation.