Strategies to combat volatility in the lithium-ion battery market: Page 3 of 3

November 26, 2018 //By Tim Parker
Strategies to combat volatility in the lithium-ion battery market
Rapidly increasing market demand and the rationalisation of product offerings from Li-ion cell manufacturers are impacting the choices available to design engineers. We’ve all heard of the considerable increase in demand for lithium-ion batteries driven by their increasing inclusion in portable devices and electric vehicles.

A suitable Li-ion battery type for most applications is available from the Avnet Abacus range with a variety of construction styles, dimensions and capacities. ‘Soft’ packs suit embedded applications and ‘hard’ packs are ideal for ease of removal, recharging and replacement with some types even including SMBUS SMART functionality. The parts are available on very short lead-times with low MOQs giving fast time to market. As you would expect from the world-class suppliers represented, all battery packs meet the minimum approvals for shipping of lithium-ion and polymer products. All lithium batteries meet the UN regulation (UN38.3) for worldwide transportation by air, road and sea freight. Many of the parts also meet IEC62133/CB scheme and UL2054 safety standards for regional and US markets. Continuity of supply is offered in many of the products with a guaranteed product availability of 10-15 years.

About the author:

Tim Parker is Batteries Product Manager at Avnet Abacus -

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