Battery Pack

A battery pack is a set of any number of (preferably) undistinguishable batteries or individual battery cells. They may be arranged in a series, parallel or a mixture of both to distribute the desired voltage, capacity, or power density. Applications of Battery Packs are Audio, Automotive and Digital control, Military, Optical Networking Security, Video, and Imaging. Capacity (mah) is 2600, 2000, 6000, and so on.

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   A battery pack is a set of any number of (preferably) matching batteries or individual battery cells. They may be configured in a series, parallel or a mixture of both to deliver the desired voltage, capacity, or power density. The term battery pack is often used in orientation to RC hobby toys and battery electric vehicles.

 

Components of battery packs include the distinct batteries or cells and interconnects which provide electrical conductivity between them. Rechargeable battery packs often contain a temperature sensor, which the battery charger uses to detect the end of charging. Interconnects are also found in batteries as they are the part which connects each cell, though batteries are most often only arranged in series strings.

                                                     

                                                                              

 Applications:

Charging a smartphone

·         Turn on the device by descending the power switch to ON.

·         Connect the USB cable to the OUT Jack on the device and then plug the end of the cable into the smartphone, and Jack.

·         After charging, turn o­ the device.

 

Charging a tablet

·         Turn on the device by sliding the power switch to ON.

·         Connect the 30-pin cable to the tablet and then plug the end of the cable into the OUT jack on the device.

·         After charging, turn o­ the device. This device is theoretically a spare battery, so it may not fully charge some smartphones or tablets.

 

 Advantages:

·         An advantage of a battery pack is the comfort with which it can be swapped into or out of a device. This allows many packs to deliver extended runtimes, freeing up the device for continued use while charging the removed pack separately.

·         Another advantage is the flexibility of their design and implementation, allowing the use of cheaper high-production cells or batteries to be combined into a pack for nearly any application.

·         At the end of product life, batteries can be removed and recycled separately, reducing the total volume of hazardous waste.

                                                                              

 

 


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