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Battery Use

An Overview of Battery USES

Our products are widely used in civilian and military equipments, POS machine, Bluetooth and wireless digital products, wearable and communication equipment, Satellite equipment,Robomb, Industry area and household robots, Power tools,Lighting products ,Mobile phone and EV markets are examples of clever adaptations at opposite extremes. While batteries for consumer products emphasize small size, high specific energy and low cost, industrial batteries strive for reliable performance and long life. Safety in all applications is of utmost importance.according to The Freedonia Group, a Cleveland-based industry research firm, the world demand for primary and secondary batteries is forecasted to grow by 7.7 percent annually, amounting to US$120 billion in 2019. The real growth lies in secondary (rechargeable) batteries and according to Frost & Sullivan, secondary batteries account for 76.4 percent of the global market, a number that is expected to increase to 82.6 percent in 2015. The demand is driven by mobile phones and tablets. Earlier estimations over-estimated the demand for electric vehicles and the figures have since been adjusted downwards.

In 2009, Battery  made up 23.6 percent of the global market and Frost & Sullivan predicted a 7.4 percent decline by 2015. Non-rechargeable batteries are used in watches, electronic keys, remote controls, toys, flashlights, beacons, and military devices in combat.

Batteries are classified by chemistry, and the most common are lithium-, lead-, and nickel-based systems. the distribution of these chemistries. At a 37 percent revenue share, Li-ion is the battery of choice for portable devices and the electric powertrain. There are no other systems that threaten its dominance today.


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Figure : Revenue contributions by different battery chemistries-  37% Lithium-ion


20% Lead acid, starter battery

15% Alkaline, primary

8%   Lead acid, stationary

6%   Zinc-carbon, primary

5%   Lead acid, deep-cycle

3%   Nickel-metal-hydride

3%   Lithium, primary

2%   Nickel-cadmium

1%   Other