Sourcing batteries for your new electronic product can be confusing. There are so many different types that selecting the most appropriate in terms of cost, features, and performance can be challenging for buyers…
An important part of the electronic product development process is choosing the correct type of battery for your product. Consumers, perhaps, often take the battery in their device for granted, but as a buyer it’s different…
You should be concerned with:
Amongst other things!
Get it wrong, and consumers will no doubt complain that the device doesn’t perform well, is too expensive, etc, perhaps resulting in returns or sluggish sales.
So, a thorough introduction to the various types of batteries would be helpful?
Yes, a buyer’s first step when sourcing batteries should be understanding the options.
For instance, would your product be best off using primary or secondary cells? What power capacity is your device likely to require, and does that influence battery choice? How does battery capacity work and is measured?
So, for this reason, we’ve created a guide: Different Types Of Batteries For Electronic Products (Importer’s Guide)
In it, you’ll see useful information, such as a description of battery types and their pros & cons. The FAQs section is really great, as it delves into many of the questions battery buyers are asking, such as the difference between a cell and a battery, what information battery buyers really need from their supplier, how to test battery voltage with a multimeter, some of the key battery compliance standards to be aware of, what a battery management system for Lithium-ion and other secondary batteries is, issues related to battery disposal, and much more.
Take a look 👀 Here’s the section about Li-Po batteries which are commonly used in high-end smartphones and laptops:
Where to read the guide?
The good news is that this guide requires no form fills to read and is totally free.
All you need to do get a good grounding in the different types of batteries which are available for buyers manufacturing electronic products is hit the button below 👇: