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Camelion Lithium AA & AAA Batteries
Today,s Longer Life Battery needs Exceptional Performance for High Drain Devices such as Flash/Digital Cameras, Music Players, Remote Control Vehicles, Metal Detectors, Flashlights & PDA’s
How The Camelion P7 Battery Works
Lithium-iron disulfide cells are cells specially designed for 1.5V output devices .They consist of a lithium anode, a separator, and iron disulfide cathode with an aluminum cathode collector. They are not rechargeable and are most economical in high drain devices.
Camelion produces a wide range of products to suit mostapplications. Our products are:
- Powerful And Reliable . Your appliances can rely on Camelion power and durability.
- Environmentally Friendly. By usingleading edge technology and environmentally friendly manufacturing processes we help keep our planet green andyour appliances safe.
- Suitable for More Applications Camelion produces a broad range of products to suit many applications.
- Up to 7X Longer Usage Time than normal alkaline batteries when used in high drain devices
- 15 Year Storage Life
- Super Light Weight Battery
- High Operating Voltage and Flatter Discharge Curve
- Superior Leakage Resistance
- Superior Low and High Temperature Performance
- Perfect Replacement for standard alkaline batteries
- No Environmentally Harmful Compounds such as mercury, cadmium, or lead.
What are Lithium Iron Disulfide batteries?
Unlike other lithium cells that have chemistries tuned to obtaining the greatest capacity in a given package, lithium-iron disulfide cells are a compromise. To match to existing equipment and circuits, their chemistry has been tailored to the standard nominal 1.5-volt output (whereas other lithium technologies produce double that). These cellsare consequently sometimes termed voltage-compatible lithiumbatteries. Unlike other lithium technologies, lithium-iron disulfide cells are not rechargeable.
What is the structure of a lithium cell?
Internally, the lithium-iron disulfide cell is a sandwich of a lithium anode, a separator, and iron disulfidecathode with an aluminum cathode collector. The cells are sealed but vented. The Lithium P7 uses special venting and components to ensure optimal safety and performance.
How does the Camelion Lithium P7 compare with other lithium batteries?
Camelion lithium P7 batteries use specially formulated venting technology to ensure maximum safety. Some lithium batteries on the market tend to have safety problems, potentially leading to damage and injury by heat or explosion.
What are some other advantages of the Lithium P7?
Compared to the alkaline cells, lithium-iron disulfide cells are lighter (weighing about 66% of same-size alkaline cells), higher in capacity, and longer in life. Even after ten years of shelf storage, lithium-iron disulfide cells still retain most of their capacity.
How does the Lithium P7 perform under high and low loads?
Lithium iron-disulfide cells operate best under heavier loads (high drain devices). This advantage is less at lower loads (low drain devices), however, and at very light loads may disappear entirely. For example, under a 20 mA (milli ampere) load one manufacturer rates its AA-size lithium-disulfide cells to provide power for about 122 hourswhile its alkaline cells will last for 135 hours. With a oneampere load, however, the lithium disulfide cells last for 2.1 hours versus only 0.8 for alkaline.
How does the Lithium P7 compare to regular zinc carbon batteries?
You can use lithium iron-disulfide cells wherever you might use zinc-carbon batteries, although they are cost-effective only under high-current loads such as flash cameras.
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