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Wireless quick battery charger

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-10-01 14:26:00
Wireless quick battery charger development : Seiko Epson Corporation and Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. have agreed to jointly develop a wireless quick battery charger capable of a substantially shorter charging time. Prototypes of the wireless quick battery charger are scheduled to be exhibited at Murata Manufacturing's booth at CEATAC JAPAN 2007 (on October 2nd to 6th at Makuhari Messe) and at Epson's booth at Embedded Technology 2007 (from November 14th to 16th at Pacifico Yokohama). Mobile devices, such as mobile phones, portable audio players, and notebook PCs have become extensively widespread and their growing sophistication has caused them to consume greater quantities of electric power.


Duracell pre-charged rechargeable batteries

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-09-16 22:00:00
Duracell pre-charged rechargeable batteries : Duracell announced the introduction of Pre-Charged Rechargeable batteries - nickel metal hydride (NiMH) cells that come charged and ready to use straight out of the pack. This rechargeable technology, which retains power for up to 365 days while not in use, helps raise the bar on convenience and satisfaction as more and more consumers look for advanced battery solutions for power-hungry devices. Available nationwide this Fall, Duracell Pre-Charged Rechargeable batteries can be recharged hundreds of times in any NiMH battery charger and can deliver hours of music and thousands of digital photos. Available at mass, drug, grocery and specialty stores nationwide beginning in September 2007.


AA batteries

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-09-13 20:44:00
AA batteries from Delkin : Delkin Devices announced three new innovative additions to their line of AA battery products - designed specifically with the digital photographer in mind. New to Delkin’s well known “Delkin Power” product line are three tech-savvy products that use the newest in battery technology to give the photographer more power for their money. Included in the new lineup are Extended Power 2900mAh Rechargeable AA battery cells, a new AA/AAA International Quick Charger, and Ready-to-Use Rechargeable AA battery cells that combine the benefits of single-use alkaline cells with rechargeable cells. “The Delkin Power product line is focused on innovation,” says Delkin’s Battery Product Manager, Anna Lopez.


Smart Nanobattery for US army

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-09-13 20:42:00
Smart Nanobattery for US army : AlwaysReady, Inc., a new subsidiary of mPhase Technologies, Inc. said that it is making good progress in its research and development effort as part of the recently awarded grant from the US Army to develop a prototype of its Smart Nanobattery based on lithium chemistry that is compatible with silicon based processing steps. The new prototype, based on lithium and manganese dioxide chemistry would be able to retain all of the beneficial properties of the first generation of the Smart Nanobattery’s earlier design, which can remain dormant for long periods of time, providing for very long shelf life applications, and be activated on demand, providing for unique power management capabilities.


Energi To Go charger for Apple iPod

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-08-15 20:50:00
Energi To Go charger for Apple iPod : Energizer Holdings, a global leader in the dynamic business of providing portable power, announced the introduction of the Energizer Energi To Go Portable Power for Apple iPod. This battery-powered device will be available at retail nationwide this fall. The Energizer Energi To Go Portable Power for iPod is powered by two Energizer e2 Lithium AA batteries. The device features a patented intelligent control chip that maximizes power transfer to the Apple iPod. Its unique flip design allows it to function as a stand while charging and to be folded for easy storage. Sleek enough to complement the iconic styling of the iPod, the compact charger travels easily and is exceptionally lightweight.


Nokia BL-5C battery problem

Mark Peters : 2007-08-14 17:02:00
Nokia BL-5C battery problem : Nokia issued a product advisory for the Nokia branded BL-5C battery manufactured by Matsushita Battery Industrial Co., Ltd. of Japan between December 2005 and November 2006. This battery product advisory does not apply to any other Nokia-branded battery. Nokia has identified that in very rare cases the Nokia branded BL-5C batteries subject to the product advisory could potentially experience overheating initiated by a short circuit while charging, causing the battery to dislodge. Nokia is working closely with Matsushita and will be cooperating with relevant authorities to investigate this situation. According to Nokia's knowledge this issue does not affect any other use of the Nokia mobile device.


Apple iPhone Lithium-ion battery pack

Mark Peters : 2007-08-01 13:40:00
Apple iPhone lithium-ion battery pack : Electric car pioneer ZAP says its iZAP battery designed for the Apple iPod is more useful for the energy intensive Apple iPhone. "The iZAP battery was a life-saver during my business trip to China last week," said Apple iPhone owner Steve Schneider, Chief Executive Officer for ZAP. "Frankly, if an Apple iPod runs out of power, losing your music and photo or video is not as critical to your business trip as the Apple iPhone. You lose your cell phone access, text messages, Internet and email access, time zone clock, business notes, scheduling software, driving maps, calculator and all the other news and information for which the Apple iPhone was designed."


USB-IF battery charging capabilities

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-04-22 14:18:00
USB-IF battery charging capabilities : The USB Implementers Forum announced the availability of the Battery Charging Revision 1.0 specification. Consumers use USB to charge batteries on their peripheral devices. With the announcement of the new Battery Charging specification, the USB-IF Battery Charging Workgroup has defined a standard way for portable devices to draw current from wall chargers or PCs. In addition, the Battery Charging specification allows PCs and hubs to provide increased levels of current, in order to shorten the charging time of connected portable devices. “The USB-IF has responded to the growing trend among mobile devices to utilize USB for charging capabilities,” said Jeff Ravencraft, USB-IF president.






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