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Printable Lithium Batteries Coming Soon

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First came printable solar cells, then printable OLED lights and now ladies and gentlemen, we have printable lithium batteries.  Japanese researchers have announced they've developed a way to manufacture the batteries with mass-output, roll-to-roll printing technology.

The printed battery sheet is very thin (500 μm), flexible (allowing it to be attached to curved surfaces) and designed for use with a flexible solar battery, a combination that could be both a power generator and power storage unit.  The battery prototypes have an output voltage of 2V - 4V, but the battery capacity hasn't been revealed.  The benefit of the roll-to-roll printing is http://nassmc.org/buy-viagra-in-england that it's highly efficient, meaning cheaper production.

Unlike other prototype technology, this cool breakthrough isn't one that we'll have to wait 10 years to very good site cheap generic cialis india see in production.  The research team, who work with the viagra buying online Advanced Materials Innovation Center of Mie Industry and Enterprise Support Center in Japan, plans to finish studying the technology and start shopping around for commercial opportunities sometime next year.

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written by net97surferx, January 12, 2010
Will be interesting to see how well this printable tech performs. And if it can be a suitable alternative to the batteries used in ipods, cell phones, etc.

On a darker note --
Recall the praise for going to more efficient LEDs for so many applications -- including traffic lights. And, this hard winter... how the lights became un-seeable since LEDs did not get 'hot enough' as the old incandescent did to melt the snow from the discounted viagra lens. So, now they have to come up with heaters to only best offers viagra in australia for sale help... killing what energy efficiency there might have been.

Hoepfully, this 'downside' does not crop up with using printables. (( like only having half a 'useable life' as compared to typical systems or similar shortfalls ))
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written by Elemental LED staff, February 11, 2010
So can we assume that this will also be used in things like laptops, reducing the weight and profile of the device? But just the prospect of less expensive lithium batteries is exciting!
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Interesting
written by PrintedE, May 04, 2010
In the near term, you will not see printed electronics replacements (such as batteries) "replacing" traditional electronic components for products like laptops, ipods, etc. The target markets will be for really low cost, nearly disposable electronics that are really driven by price point. In the longer term, eventually we will see this type of technology penetrating laptops, and so on, but honestly, I don't see that happening anytime soon. More likely, I think we may see super low cost (and low power) displays, ala Kindle style, that cost $20-$50 or so...one time use disposable medical sensors (think glucose meter without the reader), active transmitting RFID tags, etc. Lots of cialis soft tabs 100 mg cool and interesting needs for this type of batteries that don't necessarily mean lighter laptops.
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written by yanilsama, September 11, 2012
The target markets will be for really low cost, nearly disposable electronics that are really driven by price point. In the longer term, eventually we will see this type of technology penetrating laptops, and so on, but honestly, I don't see that happening anytime soon. More likely, I think we may see super low cost (and low power) displays, ala Kindle style, that cost $20-$50 or so...one time use disposable medical sensors (yanilsamathink glucose meter without the reader), active transmitting RFID tags, etc.
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written by Mel Brandle, March 25, 2014
I really think the potential behind this is STAGGERRING. I definitely am looking forward to the end products that are gonna benefit this like what @ElementalLEDstaff mentioned too. I'll be happy even if the only thing this new innovation does increases energy storage and viagra tablet weight ups my battery life! Haha! But honestly speaking, the energy storage component doesn't make up the bulk of the price of our electronics, so I doubt prices will change much.
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written by mel, May 21, 2014
I think the potential behind this is staggering. I definitely am looking forward to the end products that are gonna benefit this like what @ElementalLEDstaff mentioned too. I will be happy even if the only thing this new innovation does increases energy storage and ups my battery life! Haha! But honestly speaking, the energy storage component doesn't make up the bulk of the price of our electronics, so I doubt prices will change much.

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