Lithium Polymer – The Best Rechargeable Batteries

Compared to other battery technologies, Lithium Polymer (also known as Polymer Lithium-ion or LiPo) is a relative newcomer to the market. Born out of the need for higher capacity and reduced weight, Lithium Polymer battery made its debut in 1996 after the technology is filed under patent in early 1994.

While the Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) battery technology has been popular with consumers for several years, Lithium Polymer just now starting to live up to its full potential. You can look for Sony lithium ion vape batteries online.

As well as gaining a strong foothold in the mobile industry and the cell, Li-Po battery has rapidly gained an excellent reputation in the field of electric RC model airplanes and also electric powered RC car.

Because of the battery's ability to deliver a very high current for a long time its market share has increased by almost 7% in the last 12 months despite the relatively high costs associated with not only the purchase of a cell but also to the charging device and the controller is required to utilize them.

The main disadvantage of the Li-Po battery is a controlled environment required to charge the battery safely. Unlike NiMh are able to be charged at 0.1C without excessive risk or explosion, Li-Po battery requires constant monitoring of well being, current and voltage with the charger in order to achieve full capacity whilst remaining secure.

While most new laptop computers continued to be manufactured to incorporate lithium-ion technology, experts predict that over the next 24 months Lithium Polymer will reach approximately 15% of the laptop battery market.