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A design guide for rechargeable zinc-air battery technology

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1 Author(s)
Culter, T. ; AER Energy Resources Inc., Smyma, GA

The rapid growth in portable devices has been well documented and all indications are that the growth will continue at a torrid pace. This increase in growth has been accompanied by an increase in the power and functionality of the various devices and, consequently, increased requirements of their power devices. The authors describe how the use of long run-time, high energy storage, lightweight rechargeable batteries can be used for such applications. This paper first looks at rechargeable zinc-air battery technology in comparison with other rechargeable battery technologies. The paper then presents details of designing a portable computer based on rechargeable zinc-air secondary batteries. The information is equally applicable to any portable electronic device

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Southcon/96. Conference Record

Date of Conference:

25-27 Jun 1996