TDK Rechargeable Solid-State SMD Battery | New Product BriefMay 18, 2020 by Mouser Electronics
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TDK Rechargeable Solid-State SMD Battery
TDK’s CeraCharge Rechargeable Solid-State SMD Battery is a compact, solid-state SMD battery ideal for IoT devices, Bluetooth beacons, real-time clocks, and energy harvesting systems.
CeraCharge features a multilayer solid ceramic oxide electrolyte that poses no risk of fire, explosion, or leakage. The batteries feature a compact SMD design with an 1812 case size that allows for automatic placement and reflow soldering. CeraCharge batteries are rated for up to 1000 charge and discharge cycles and have a 100µAh nominal capacity and are rated for 1.5V.
The capacity is based on a 20µA discharge current, but the batteries can also supply several milliamps for short periods. TDK CeraCharge batteries are rated for operation from -20°C to +80°C.
- All-ceramic structure, eliminating the risks of explosion, burning, and leakage of liquids
- Compact SMD design in EIA 1812 case size
- Reflow solder compatible
- Up to 1000 charge/discharge cycles
- Nominal capacity: 100µAh
- Nominal voltage: 1.5V
- Nominal discharge current: 20µA
- Can supply several mA for short periods
- Operating Temperature Range: 20°C to +80°C
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