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- Feb 13, 2020

Inkjet Printing Technology To Make Flexible Battery Elements

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

As technology advances so does battery testing with associated environmental systems battery testing technology flexible batteries will soon be a safe realityResearchers propose printing electrodes for lithium-ion batteries on an inkjet printer, which will reduce the electrodes' thickness by 10-20 times. This opens new perspectives for manufacturing compact electronics and transformer devices.

While the battery industry continues to grow so doesn't battery testing technologies.  Associated Environmental Systems has engineered and developed patent pending battery testing technology that saves time and energy and also allows for you to record all your data in one location.

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