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Tadiran Batteries is introducing a new battery as part of its already successful PulsesPlus range: The TLP-83112/A – 150g in weight and with dimensions of 35 x 50 x 65 mm³ – enables transmission for a duration of 20 minutes using standard GSM modules, at a minimum voltage of 3.3 Volts and a peak current of 2 Amperes. The battery’s cold performance is excellent, and even at -20°C it still enables transmission for up to 1 minute. In a typical application with a base current of 0.1 mA and a data transfer of 1 minute per day, the battery works continuously for about 5 years without needing to be recharged.
PulsesPlus-batteries are thus ideal for the long-term mains-free operation of devices, using a base current of less than 1 mA and a peak current in Amperes. In the best case scenario, the batteries can run for 10 to 20 years, without needing to be replaced.
PulsesPlus-batteries have a modular design and can be configured for use in the broadest variety of applications to suit individual customer requirements. They comprise an inorganic lithium primary battery, in this example of the type TL-6930 (nominal capacity of 16 Ah) and one or several secondary elements, in this case two HLC-1550A (each with a peak current of 15 A), which work in a similar way as an extremely large capacitor. The high nominal voltage (here 3.9 Volts) makes it unnecessary to use several batteries in series.
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