Solid State Rechargeable Batteries

Solid state rechargeable batteries are a type of battery that use both solid electrodes and solid electrolytes, as opposed to liquid or polymer electrolytes found in standard lithium-ion batteries. They can be made from a variety of robust materials such as ceramics or magnesium. 

What are solid state rechargeable batteries used for?

The durability of the materials that solid state rechargeable batteries are generally constructed from makes them ideal for use in wearable or implantable technologies, as they are less likely to corrode or break. They are therefore commonly used in pacemakers and RFID (radio-frequency identification). The fact that they are rechargeable also makes them ideal for high-power devices or ones that see regular use. 

Benefits of solid state rechargeable batteries

  • Solid state rechargeable batteries are capable of achieving high energy densities. 
  • They are tolerant to higher temperatures, particularly in comparison to more common batteries that may be dangerous or toxic at high temperatures.
  • Solid state rechargeable batteries are not made up of liquid electrolytes, which means that they are not flammable.

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RS Stock No. 164-1324
Mfr. Part No.EFL1K0AF39RL
EnFilm 1mAh 26.1 x 0.2 x 26.1mm 3.9V -20 → +60°C
RS Stock No. 163-5624
Mfr. Part No.EFL1K0AF39RL
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EnFilm 1mAh 26.1 x 0.2 x 26.1mm 3.9V -20 → +60°C