capacity cell

capacity cell

[kə′pas·əd·ē ‚sel]
(electricity)
Capacitance-type device used to measure the dielectric constants of gases, liquids, or solids.
Capacitance-type device used to monitor certain composition changes in flowing streams.
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Martyn Pugh, strategic operations cell commander, said: "We have already seen a significant number of additional patients diverted away from being taken to A&E by ambulance due to the work of the paramedics in the strategic capacity cell.
For lower initial cost of energy and decreased total cost of ownership, the power source features advanced safety, environmental and electronic features--including built-in diagnostics and industry-standard 26650-size Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP) cells with a high capacity cell configuration.
4.7-inch HTC One featured 2,300 mAh battery, so if rumours are to be believed, the upcoming big-screen 5.0-inch HTC phone is likely to boast a higher capacity cell probably around 3000 mAh or even more.
It is the first EPS production line to use more than one cell of the Version 2.0 EPS Cell design, the high capacity cell introduced by TMW in late 2010.
With LTC3300-1, applications such as electric vehicles (EVs), plug-in hybrid EVs, and large energy storage systems using cells with mismatched capacities are no longer limited by the lowest capacity cell in the stack.
In fact, the name Maxell is shorthand for "maximum capacity cell."
"Once lithium-ion batteries hit the $10,000 point for an 80-volt 500 kW hour capacity cell, it may replace lead acid," he says.
In fact, the company's name is derived from the term "maximum capacity cell."
In concert with this effort for these higher capacity cells, battery designers are working to ensure that those cells are utilized more efficiently through the use of smart technologies and other electronic control.
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