Panasonic White paper
Insights in battery technologies
New: Lithium White paper is now available
White papers are publicly available documents written by specialists on a specific technical issue. As such, they are of considerable value to professional users. White papers can be downloaded and freely disseminated. They are also routinely quoted in technical publications, and contain not only explanatory text, but also images and graphics, tables, charts and links.
Our white papers give developers and technical professionals the opportunity to leverage the expertise of our specialists for their own projects. We have been manufacturing batteries for a number of decades, and over this time have accumulated considerable knowledge and experience that we wish to share.
The white paper ‘Lead acid battery containers made of ABS’ takes a detailed look at the experience of our engineers with the material ABS for VRLA containers. One of the issues addressed is the extent to which tensioned mounting straps can have a negative impact on the battery container. As well as a full description, the document provides valuable recommendations on the subject.
Wireless, IoT (Internet of Things) and data collection in general have changed the duty requirements for the once upon a time RTC (Real Time Clock) / SRAM (Static Random Access Memory) dedicated back-up battery in recent years. The white paper ‘Lithium primary battery characteristics’ is meant to give an overview about requirements and characteristics of current Lithium technologies.
Capacity de-rating plot of a Panasonic Lithium
CR-2032 coin cell