The rated voltage of lithium thionyl chloride batteries are 3.6V, and the working voltage varies with the load, generally ranging from 3.0V to 3.6V, which is the highest in all single batteries at present. The battery has a mass specific energy of up to 500WH/Kg and a volume specific energy of up to 1000WH/L, which is the highest in the current battery.
li socl2 batteries are particularly suitable for long time discharge, stable load voltage, more than 90% of the capacity can be discharged at almost constant voltage high platform.
Lithium thionyl chloride batteries can be used in extremely harsh environment, conventional batteries can be used in -55°~ 85°, special batteries can be used in up to 150°; The battery has an annual self-discharge rate of less than 1% at room temperature and can be stored for up to 15 years at temperatures below 35°.
The main characteristics of li socl2 3.6 v:
Stable high operating voltage platform, high volume ratio energy/mass ratio, low energy self-discharge rate, up to 15 years of storage life (under the environment of less than 20℃, the annual self-discharge rate is less than 1%); All stainless steel body, metal glass sealing structure, non-flammable inorganic electrolyte, wide temperature range -55~+85℃.
Store in a clean, dry and cool environment, the highest temperature should not exceed 30℃.
Do not use batteries whose outer packaging is broken; Do not use different types of batteries in combination; No combination of old and new batteries; Can not be directly welded on the battery housing; Do not try to charge the battery; Batteries can’t heat, burn, or slam.
Safety precautions for lithium sulfuryl chloride batteries:
No short circuit, no charging; Users are forbidden to combine batteries by themselves; Overdischarge, extrusion, burning or disassembly are strictly prohibited. It is strictly prohibited to use or heat outside the allowed temperature range; It is strictly forbidden to use different series of batteries and batteries of different specifications in series; Can not be free in the battery positive and negative extremes of tin welding, tin welding on the lead sheet to be completed within 5 seconds; Do not continue to use the battery after discharging to the terminal voltage.
Lithium thionyl chloride battery is a disposable battery, which can not be recharged. Lithium thionyl chloride battery does not have charging function when it is designed, and it does not have charging function after the production of finished products. In many cases, a diode is added to the device to prevent the battery from charging. Charging can cause lithium batteries to explode, which is a big problem for both users and battery manufacturers. Its internal material structure is different from that of lithium batteries, which determines that rechargeable lithium batteries are rechargeable batteries.