Introduction to Battery Management Part 3
This is a 5-part series that covers some of the key aspects of battery technology. The applications for rechargeable batteries have grown dramatically in the last several years. Until the 1990s, there were only two common types of rechargeable systems – either Lead-Acid or Nickel-Cadmium. Since then, advances in battery technology have enabled many of the applications that are taken for granted today. Nickel-Metal-Hydride was first developed as a higher performance alternative to NiCd in the late 1980s.
PTM Published on: 2014-02-13