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Design engineers continue to innovate in consumer electronics and medical device markets; developing smaller, more powerful devices. A primary challenge designers face is how to miniaturize a device around the large batteries previously required for such applications. This white paper provides insight on the options and benefits of integrating rechargeable microbatteries into prod...
Our Warriors Deserve the Safest Equipment Available.
In Medical Devices, Safety and Reliability Come First.
Devices Are Evolving. Batteries Should Too.
Lithium-ion is the most commonly used rechargeable battery type in small consumer electronics today. But as demands for smaller devices continue to grow, so does the awareness around the shortcomings of Li-ion chemistry—safety concerns have led to the development of numerous shipping regulations. Luckily, there is a better and safer rechargeable alternative available; silver-zinc.
ZPower's silver-zinc battery chemistry has a history of being a reliable, safe alternative to Li-ion cells. Download the white paper, "The hassle of Li-ion batteries for miniature applications" to learn more.
As manufacturers face demands for smaller and smaller devices, the shortcomings of lithium-ion batteries begin to emerge—and the benefits of silver-zinc batteries begin to assume the spotlight.
Read the FAQ document, published by Electronic Design, to understand the major benefits of ZPower’s silver-zinc microbatteries and why they are the best rechargeable microbatteries available for wearables and hearables.
Design Engineers are continuing to innovate in the consumer electronics and medical device markets; developing smaller, yet more powerful devices. A primary challenge the designers face is how to miniaturize a device around the large batteries previously required for such applications. See in depth comparisons of rechargeable battery technologies
We are proud to share that the new Bose noise-masking sleepbuds are powered by ZPower silver-zinc rechargeable batteries.
Lithium metal batteries have an historic reputation for instability. According to an article in the journal, Nature, at one point in the development of the lithium battery, its chemistry was designed in such a way that it released toxic gases, which built up inside the battery. When these gases came into contact with air, they ignited. Learn about an alternative technology for rec...
In the U.S. we buy over three billion dry-cell batteries annually to power our personal gadgets - generating over 180,000 tons of battery waste. With the increasing need for mobile power and smaller devices, including wearables, demand for batteries is projected to increase by 7.7% in 2019.
News articles and press releases for ZPower, LLC:
Sonic — a US-based manufacturer of hearing care solutions—announced the new Enchant miniRITE with the ZPower rechargeable battery system, that is designed to provide all-day power without the need for regular battery changes.
ZPower, the world’s only developer of rechargeable, silver-zinc microbatteries, announces its collaboration with Bernafon to offer a rechargeable battery solution for their Zerena Hearing Aid product line.
ECS is a forum for sharing the latest scientific and technical developments in electrochemistry and solid state science and technology. ZPower will present on the charging method used for Silver-Zinc Rechargeable Button Cell Batteries.
The medical industry is experiencing rapid growth in the advancement of technology in medical devices and is quickly seeking ways to produce more power using medical battery. Powerful, long-lasting medical batteries are in high demand
ZPower, the world’s only developer of rechargeable, silver-zinc microbatteries, has been invited to participate in the NASA Technology Day on Capitol Hill on June 15th.
ZPower, the world’s only developer of rechargeable, silver-zinc microbatteries, has met the Medical Device Quality System standard - specifically ISO 13485:2016, ISO 13485:2003 CMDCAS and the CE Mark
We often imagine that inventions are born whole: a eureka moment that changes history. But that’s rarely how it happens. One technology that exemplifies the long, hard slog of creation is the silver-zinc battery, more than two centuries in the making.