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 (March 2006) Ultralife Batteries, Inc. receives order for $2.7 million for its new BA-5390A battery from the U.S. Defense Department.  The BA-5590A is an advanced non-rechargeable Lithium/manganese dioxide battery with built in state-of-charge indicator.  The battery has 50 percent more energy  and is a superior alternative to the Lithium/sulfur dioxide BA-5590, according to Ultralife Batteries.
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Primary Lithium Update, Part 1
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 (April 2004) Lithium AAAs Really Keep On Going
New Energizer e2 AAA cells have 1.5 Volts/cell and shelf life of 15 years. The cells which are lighter than Alkaline cells will operate with temperatures from -40 0F to + 140 0F. It is estimated that the cells will give 160 more hours of pager operation and will give 400 more flashes in a camera. Availability is to be in the second half of 2004.
Electronic Design, p. 27
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(September 2002)Lithium Batteries Boost Power, Expand Temperature Ranges
Designed for the extended requirements of tire-pressure monitoring systems, the Rayovac BR-ETR provides three times the pulse rate capability of conventional BR batteries and operates from -40 0C to +100 0C. It will withstand temperatures to 120 0C. Offered in four coin sizes costing from $0.60 to $1.20 each/M, the BR-ETR will provide 10 mA at -40 0C. The Lithium-carbon-monoflouride chemistry is inherently safe and has 10 year shelf life.
ELECTRONIC DESIGN
August 5, 2002, p. 31
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(February 2002) AnyCell
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(March 2002)The X-38: Low Cost, High Tech Space Rescue
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