Differences between primary and secondary batteries
Batteries can be categorized by “Primary batteries,” which, like dry cell batteries, can only discharge electricity and “Secondary batteries,” which, like lithium-ion secondary batteries, not only discharge electricity but are also able to recharge.
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This video covers handling precautions to ensure that microwave multi line connectors are used properly. Refer to this information to prevent failures.
Warning Regarding Lithium-ion Secondary Batteries
Due to the characteristics of lithium-ion secondary batteries, they have a high energy density. It is extremely dangerous to possess individual lithium-ion secondary batteries.
Murata's Contribution to Future IoT and Mobility
What will Murata's role be in the IoT and mobility markets 10 to 20 years from now? Under the slogan "Innovator in Electronics," Murata will contribute to the development of society by creating innovative technologies and solutions.
“ECAS Series” Polymer Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors
Let’s take a look at the high capacitance capacitor ECAS series with a maximum 470 μF that exceeds MLCC.
For Power Tools and Gardening Tools Murata’s High Output Lithium-Ion Secondary Batteries
Batteries that can be used repeatedly if recharged are applied in a wide variety of applications such as smartphones, laptop PCs, and power supplies for electric vehicles (EV), and have become a familiar tool. Its application has expanded to include
Development Stories and Future Plans for Murata’s Lithium Ion Secondary Batteries
“Lithium Ion Secondary Batteries” is now an essential tool in our daily lives. We have welcomed Takayuki Yamahira, a specialist involved in the battery’s early stage of development. He shared untold stories concerning its development with us.