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World First 3V Lithium-Ion CR123A Has Arrived!

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If you use CR123 batteries for digital cameras, portable lights, or other high-end electronic products, you probably notice that you choices are limited to either 3V lithium primary (not rechargeable), or ā€œ3.7Vā€ re-chargeable version lithium-ion cell with a voltage range between 2.6 ā€“ 4.2V. As another world first from AmpTorrent, we are proud to introduce a 3V constant voltage lithium …

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Battery or Voltage Source?

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Traditional batteries, the “Primary Type”, such as Alkaline dry cells that can only be used once, or the NiHM / Li-Ion rechargeable types, are chemical cells that exhibit a characteristic softening I-V curve, that is to say the voltage you get from the battery varies based on the load (how much current you are drawing from it) and stage of …

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Battery Performance

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Batteries act as voltage sources. This means they are supposed to provide a good quality steady voltage to a load, delivering power to it according to the load demand. Unfortunately, most batteries do not behave this way. They typically get “soft” when their stored energy is used up. Worst still, some batteries, especially rechargeable Ni-MH variety, do not even provide …

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Where to Buy?

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We are selling on Amazon! Checkout what current on sales and promotions: We are looking for distributors / re-sellers! Our own online shop will be available soon, and we do cater for bulk order and trade / distribution customers here on this site!

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Re-Thinking Battery Costs

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Have you tracked how much you spend on those AA, AAA batteries that you insert into the cute toys? Sure, they are not expensive…about 25 to 50 cents a piece if you buy in bulk. An AmpTORRENT™ battery, on the other hand, can be used 500+ more times. Each time fresh as new, and actually stronger than most main-brand batteries …

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Re-thinking Battery Recycle

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We use batteries. We throw them into recycle bin. We buy new ones. We have been environmentally responsible. Really? How much of the battery materials are recycled? By what means? The basic tenet of recycle should be one of conservation. Conserve the amount of resources went into making a product. Get the most out of it. If this is the …