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CoinPower Family of Rechargeable Li-Ion Cells Boast High Energy Density and Extended Battery Life

Thu, 02/02/2012 - 9:36am

Varta-webVARTA Microbattery GmbH has announced a new line of rechargeable Lithium ion batteries. The new CoinPower family of cells deliver 3.7V with available capacities ranging from 40mAh to 80mAh at 1C rate. The smallest cell measures only 12mm in diameter, 5mm in height and weighs in at a mere 1.4 grams.

Patented features deliver higher energy density, extended life and superb mechanical stability.
The new line of CoinPower cells from VARTA Microbattery, features a number of patented technical innovations. These improvements include a new sealing system ILok, new coil process technologies, cell enclosure design, coil contact isolation technology and laser coil connection. The new design delivers superior mechanical stability compared to pouch cells, as the CoinPower cells exhibit virtually no swelling. due to their stainless steel enclosure and patented features.

Energy density in CoinPower cells is up to 30% higher than comparable products and may be recharged over 1000 full cycles above 80% of their initial capacity. The cell can be fast charged in half an hour. Charging can be accomplished using standard charging ICs for reduced complexity in the circuit design.

With decades of experience and several billion rechargeable button cells sold to date, you can trust that VARTA has a solution to meet your battery requirements. Ms. Julia Palu, Vice President - OEM/PPS of VARTA Microbattery, Inc., commented on the new CoinPower products: "The demand for longer-lasting, higher energy density rechargeable batteries is growing steadily, and the move by our company to focus on the newest Li-ion technologies will position the VARTA brand in the forefront of companies developing miniature rechargeable cells for headsets, medical, instrumentation and industrial devices."

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Posted by Janine E. Mooney, Editor

February 2, 2012 

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