Li-ion Battery Solutions for Mobile Hospital Equipment

 

Most electronic medical equipment used in a hospital has always required some kind of battery back-up power, especially if the application is used in life support or life monitoring applications. Doctors, nurses and patients expect devices to be more mobile and portable.   Applications that have traditionally been powered by lead acid batteries - like ventilators, infusion pumps, and anesthesia delivery systems - can benefit from direct replacement with new Lithium Iron Phosphate battery technology. Benefits of this new technology are thousands of cycles (even with complete discharge), better energy and power density and little self-discharge in storage.  There are several factors that make this chemistry easily adapted to a drop-in replacement for lead acid batteries, and you will learn about them in this brief webcast.


Available On Demand
Webcast Duration: 20 minutes


Speaker:

Robin Sarah Tichy


Robin Sarah Tichy, PhD
Technical Marketing Manager, Medical
Micro Power Electronics, Inc.


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