In recent years, the development of electronic products is extremely rapid, and its products are more and more diverse, and the application fields are more and more extensive, can long-term reliable, safe and in a wide range of conditions under the normal operation of small power supply. Lithium-manganese battery in a large number of battery varieties with the above excellent characteristics, fully able to meet the diverse needs of small high-energy.
Lithium-manganese battery can be rechargeable and non-rechargeable two, rechargeable lithium-manganese battery also known as lithium manganese battery, output voltage nominal 3.7 V, short life is not easy to store. Rechargeable lithium-manganese batteries and nickel-cobalt-manganese ternary batteries. Non-rechargeable lithium battery I found that the technology of the lithium-manganese dioxide battery, the nominal voltage is 3.0 V, the annual self-discharge of less than 2% , room temperature can be stored for 10 years.
Why lithium-manganese batteries don't charge:
1. The charging characteristics of lithium-manganese Battery: if the disposable lithium battery is charged by an external charger, the reverse reaction of discharge reaction will take place inside the battery, which will cause the sound b-component MnOOLi to decompose and regenerate Li and MN02, the battery voltage also rises. 2. The dangers of recharging lithium-manganese batteries: all the lithium-manganese batteries on the market are marked with the words“No recharging” on the outside, emphasizing that such batteries can not be recharged. Lithium-manganese batteries are manufactured using organic solvents with low boiling points, where the 1,2-Dimethoxyethane organic solvents have a low flash point temperature. If the lithium-manganese battery is not sealed properly due to thermal expansion during charging, are prone to 1,2-Dimethoxyethane from the battery, if the spark or smoking sparks, may cause combustion hazards. 4. During charging, the reaction inside a lithium-manganese battery produces Li, an irregular crystal that resembles a branch, called a dendrite. If the dendrite punctures the membrane during the growth process, causing a short circuit in the battery, combustion, explosion and other accidents may occur.