Taiyo Yuden's Hybrid
LIC can be used as a standalone power source or as a load charge leveling
device to increase the life of the main power source such as a dry battery or
lithium primary battery.
These LICs provide an increased maximum rated voltage of 3.8V. Lithium
pre-doping stores lithium ions at the anode in advance and enables energy to
be used more efficiently and cycle life to be increased.
The LIC is designed for use as a storage power source along with solar cells,
fuel cells, generators and other applications taking advantage of the LIC's rapid discharge. It can also be used as a power source for
small devices, including toys, measuring equipment and machine tools.
The LIC is available in 3
capacitances: 40, 100 and 200F. Operating temperatures range from -25 - +60C
and they do not contain heavy metals such as such as Cd, Hg or Pb.
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