rechargable lithium(not Li-ion)

vcal

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Originally posted by star882:
Goto http://www.web-ee.com/primers/primers_frm.htm then battery chargers.
Look for figure 5.4.
Notice the last lines for Li-ion, and Lithium metal.
The lithium metal is cheaper, has higher energy density, and costs no more than Ni-MH.
The cell voltage is 3v, which is good for a 9v pack(3 cells in series).
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Originally posted by vcal:
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Originally posted by star882:
Goto http://www.web-ee.com/primers/primers_frm.htm then battery chargers.
Look for figure 5.4.
Notice the last lines for Li-ion, and Lithium metal.
The lithium metal is cheaper, has higher energy density, and costs no more than Ni-MH.
The cell voltage is 3v, which is good for a 9v pack(3 cells in series).
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">I am yet to see the Lithium metal rechargeables as a commercial product. If you have any links to data on commercialized versions, I would be interested in seeing them. BTW, that Battery charging primer in you link is very well written.
 
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