GM103333-PCB , Li-po battery (Lithium Polymer), rechargeable, pouch cell 1mm 33mm 33mm WITH PCM protection

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Model : GM103333-PCB

  • GM103333-PCB ,  Li-po battery (Lithium Polymer), rechargeable, pouch cell 1mm 33mm 33mm WITH PCM protection

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GM103333-PCB , Li-po battery (Lithium Polymer), rechargeable, pouch cell 1mm 33mm 33mm WITH PCM protection


Battery type : Li-polymer

Battery capacity (mAh) : 35

Battery capacity, nominal (mAh) : 35

Shape : Pouch cell

Thickness (mm) : 1

Width (mm) : 33

Length (mm) : 33

Nominal Voltage (V) : 3.7

Discharge current (C-rate) : 0.5

Max discharge current (CmA) : 1

Charge Voltage (V) : 0.2

Max. Charge Voltage (V) : 4.23

Charge Current (recommended) (CmA) : 0.2

Charge Time Approx (h) : 2.5

Protections : PCM

Operating Temperature,Discharge (C) : -20~+60

Operating Temperature, Charge (C) : 0-45

DC Impedance Resistance (Ohm) : 0.65

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Weight (g) : 4.00

GM103333-PCB , Li-po battery (Lithium Polymer), rechargeable, pouch cell 1mm 33mm 33mm. Please this Li battery comes WITH PCM protection


Features:
1. High operating voltage(3.6V)
2. Energy density is high,
3. No memory effect
4. Self-discharge is less than 3% per month
5. Charge/discharge cycle characteristics are excellent
6. Safety characteristics are excellent
7. Processing temperatures for these cells is 100°C for less than 60 seconds, 120°C for less than 20 seconds and 140°C for less than 5 seconds.
8. End-of-discharge voltage cut off 2.8 volts.
9. Temperature range of charging is 0-45°C, discharging is -20 to +60°C




We have been working with a team of engineers in China to develop the thinnest possible lithium polymer batteries. This 1mm thick battery is made for RFID tags and other applications that require energy storage in a very thin battery.

Though these cells have small capacities they are about the same as coin and button cells and have a wide range of applications. There are microcontrollers that draw less than 1 microamp,  so a 50 mAH battery could run these for 2 years between charges.