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Ultrathin Flexible Rechargeable LiPo Batteries

João Ambrósio

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Hi!
I need a ultrathin (more or less maximum of 1mm thick) flexible rechargeable lithium polymer battery with specific dimensions. As it will be used to validate my project i just need a few samples. I asked some re-sellers but as it has to be custom made the prices are a little bit high. Do you know some manufacturers that can make these kind of batteries?
Thanks in advance!
Cheers!
 

davenn

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and what are the other 2 dimensions ? length and width ??
 

bigone5500

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He might be asking for manufacturers that produce custom cells.

I know of none.
 

davenn

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He might be asking for manufacturers that produce custom cells.

I know of none.

me neither .... would be very specialised

@João Ambrósio I really expect you would need to go to various LiPO manufacturers directly and see who
could supply that for you and for how much

Dave
 

BobK

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If you could convince them that you would be placing large orders after the design was validated, you might be able to get someone to produce samples for you. Otherwise, I expect the cost would be prohibitive.

Bob
 

bigone5500

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The length is about 50mm and the width is 25mm.
yes, he said in his first post ... 1mm or less

definitely would be a specialised production

HAHA! I was just testing to see if you read the first post...yeah, that's what it was.

Aside from that, wouldn't a LiPo that thin be very limited to the current produced? It would seem to me that it could overheat more easily.
 

shumifan50

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It seems that a crucial part of battery spec has not been mentioned: What should the maH and voltage(might need multi cell) rating be. Depending on requirement, it might very well be impossible to achieve with those dimensions.
 

João Ambrósio

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I need at least 20mAh, the tension will be between 3,3V and 4,3V and the maximum current will be 30mA.
Thanks a lot for the previous answers!
 
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