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Powering remote wireless applications in harsh environments (as appeared in Design World)

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Choosing between supercapacitors and Li-ion batteries in industrial applications (as appeared in Design News)

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Combining low-power communications protocols with long-life lithium batteries (as appeared in ZigBee Resource Guide)

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Powerful lithium battery packs enable UAVs to glide to safety  (as appeared in Wireless Design)

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Choosing between consumer and industrial batteries (as appeared in ZigBee Resource  Guide)

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Small batteries enable space-constrained military devices (as appeared in Cots Journal)

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Batteries for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) (as appeared in Design World)

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Tadiran industrial grade Lisocsl2 batteries: high energy cells that age gracefully (as appeared in Electronics 360)

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Powering a new generation of wireless mesh networks (as appeared in Wireless Design & Development)

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Realizing the full potential of energy harvesting and the IIoT (as appeared in IoTTech)

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Some like it hot (as appeared in Electronics 360)

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Reducing battery size and cost (as appeared in Electronic Products)

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A guide to how lithium batteries can bring remote wireless power to the IIoT (as appeared in IoTTech)

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Powering the next generation of HART-enabled devices (as appeared in InTech Magazine)

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Small batteries deliver big power to UAVs (as appeared in Machine Design)

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Powering tomorrow's medicine: critical decisions for batteries in medical applications (as appeared in Medical Design Briefs)

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Choosing the right battery to power a remote wireless device (as appeared in Machine Design )

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Powering miniaturized medical devices (as appeared in Electronic Products)

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Powering remote wireless devices for 40 years (as appeared in Product Design & Development)

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Harvesting energy in challenging environments (as appeared in Design World)

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The differences between consumer and industrial batteries (as appeared in Design World)

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Power your wireless sensors for 40 years (as appeared in Electronic Design)

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Powering wirelessly via  batteries, energy harvesting (as appeared in Electronic Products)

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Power for extreme environments (as appeared in NASA Tech Briefs)

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Power your wireless sensors for 40 years (as appeared in Electronic Design)

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Driving future technology with solar-powered energy harvesting (as appeared in Product Design & Development)

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Aclara AMR systems still operating after 25 years

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Lithium batteries drive oceanographic technology full speed ahead (as appeared in Ocean News)

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Going strong: designing an AMR system to operate 25-plus years

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Lithium upgrades lead revolution

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High-power lithium batteries: providing more performance, life, and reliability

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Lithium-powered orthopaedic bone drill features higher performance with 36% less weight

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Commercial battery technologies have evolved to meet the military's needs

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Cutting the size and weight of surgical devices

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Utility meter operating 20 years on original lithium battery

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Batteries in medical RFID: withstanding the heat of autoclaves is a must

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Battery power for remote wireless sensors

(As appeared in Sensors)

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Batteries for life : lithium power sources can last 20 years, just the thing for embedded sensors that must work reliably for long periods

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May the power be with you: Improving the performance of RFID solutions

(as appeared in Global ID)

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Designing a 20-year AMR device

(as appeared in Metering International).

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Considerations for primary cell selection

(as appeared in Battery Digest)

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Going the distance: power supply management in an asset tracking device (as appeared in GPS World)

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Battery technology for remote oceanographic applications(as appeared in Sea Technology)

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Making wireless sensors truly wireless (as appeared in ECN)

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Adapting lithium battery technology to high performance AMR devices
(as appeared in Metering International)

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Long-lasting lithiums

(as appeared in Machine Design)

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Adapting battery technology for high-current pulse applications (as appeared in ECN)

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Advanced lithium battery technology key to AMR market (as appeared in Remote Site & Equipment Management)

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Lithium battery power sources for remote or portable sensor applications (as appeared in Sensors Magazine)

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Battery reduces the size and weight of the remote measuring device by more than 90 percent In marine applications (as appeared in Remote Site and Equipment)

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