High capacity rechargeable coin cell batteries target IoT wearables

The Illinois Capacitor RJD series of Li-ion coin cell batteries feature an encapsulation technology that increases storage capacity by completely using the space within the cell case. This increased power density offers longer use time for wearable applications including smart watches, fitness bands and other IoT applications, as well as automotive dash cams, key fobs, memory backup, security devices and numerous consumer electronics products. The increased performance level helps increase product run time by 20% vs. a conventional lithium rechargeable coin cell battery.

The UL-Listed coin cells are more resistant to overheating than conventional coin-cell batteries, and they offer a patented technology that eliminates risk of internal shorts. The batteries are available in eight different capacity levels, leaded or with conventional flat terminals. Each is rated at: 3.7 Vdc (4.2 to 3.0 Vdc). Operating temperature range extends from ˗20ºC to +60ºC.  Read the RJD data sheet

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