High power, excellent functionality in cold environments
Lithium (Li) is a light (density 0.5) and highly energetic (3.86 ampere hour/gram) anode material. During battery use, it releases a flow of electrons at the negative pole of the cell and gets converted into lithium dithionate (Li2S2O4) crystals.
Sulfur dioxide (SO2) is a non flammable low freezing point (-73°C) inorganic gas maintained in the liquid state under pressure within cells. To react at a sufficient pace within batteries, it needs to be assisted with a carbon catalyst.
LO/G spiral cells are designed for applications featuring continuous currents in the 0.1-5 A range with superimposed pulses as high as 20 A.
- High and stable voltage output
- Open circuit voltage : 3.0 V
- Operating voltage > 3.6 V in most conditions, stable during most of battery lifetime
- Available as button cell or with axial leads, pin mounts or tabs
- Wide current and operating T range capabilities
- High electrode areas brings pulse capabilities up to unrivaled levels (10-30 Amps)
- Superior capacity in cold conditions
- Expose up to 95°C possible without leakage
- Reduced self-discharge
- Less than 3 % of capacity loss per year of storage
- at ambient temperature
- Adequate safety/Easy disposal
- Hermetic and mechanically robust product
- Non-flammable electrolyte
- Vented cells
- Most cells not transport restricted
- Zero heavy metal content facilitates disposal
Li-SO2 G Range Technical ChartPDF Table
Li-SO2 LO Range Technical ChartPDF Table