Lithium batteries oust Zinc and Alkaline

Lithium batteries oust Zinc and Alkaline

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A range of high-quality ULTRA Lithium batteries from VARTA features high quality and performance for energy-intensive applications.

VARTA have launched a range of high-quality ULTRA Lithium batteries featuring high quality and performance for energy-intensive applications, available in popular sizes these primary non-rechargeable batteries are designed for OEM’s and are suitable for powering a wide range of energy demanding products.

Based on Lithium / Iron Disulfide (Li/FeS2) chemistry for AAA and AA sizes and Lithium-Manganese Dioxide chemistry for PP3 9V, the ULTRA Lithium batteries have up to 38 % reduced weight in comparison to Alkaline chemistry batteries. VARTA ULTRA Lithium batteries are perfect for consumer, industrial and outdoor use and work exceptionally well under extreme conditions. The batteries also feature excellent shelf-life storage capability with 15* years power in storage guaranteed (*10 years for PP3).

VARTA ULTRA Lithium batteries are available in 3 popular sizes AAA, AA and PP3 9V making them suitable for a wide range of devices and applications.

VARTA ULTRA Lithium batteries can be used as a direct replacement for traditional Zinc or Alkaline chemistry batteries with no changes to the equipment required. Upgrading to ULTRA Lithium gives an immediate increase in system run time compared with Zinc and Alkaline batteries.

Discover how VARTA, a leader in battery technology and innovation, empowers independence

VARTA ULTRA Lithium batteries can be relied on in a wide range of applications such radios, digital cameras, smart home devices, IoT devices, sports and outdoor equipment, GPS systems and they also work perfectly with safety orientated devices including smoke detectors.

Anglia is offering customers FREE samples of the high quality and performance ULTRA Lithium batteries from VARTA.

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Mike is the founder and editor of Electronics-Lab.com, an electronics engineering community/news and project sharing platform. He studied Electronics and Physics and enjoys everything that has moving electrons and fun. His interests lying on solar cells, microcontrollers and switchmode power supplies. Feel free to reach him for feedback, random tips or just to say hello :-)

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