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secondary battery

[′sek·ən‚der·ē ′bad·ə·rē]
(electricity)
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- Secondary Battery (Segment) Competitor Revenue Share (in %) in the US: 2019 & 2025
The MY14 XF has a secondary battery fitted specifically for engine re-starting, meaning that all the normal car systems - such as the entertainment system, the ventilation and lights - continue to receive power from the standard car battery and are unaffected by the re-start.
The POS solution includes 1D/2D barcode scanner and three-track encrypted bi-directional magnetic stripe reader (MSR) for a fully integrated design with built-in POS functionality, integrated detachable hand strap, and an optional secondary battery, which will enable it to operate for extended hours.
Researchers say that demand for secondary battery types--those that are rechargeable--is expected to account for much of the growth because of the seemingly unending stream of new portable electronic devices hitting the market.
TEXMAC possesses extensive know-how and experience in dealing with the equipment of Japanese manufacturers who claim a significant share of the secondary battery manufacturing sector.
The newly installed power-assisted bicycle charging system is composed of a 1.6 kW solar power generator, a small 1.0 kW wind power generator (upwind, horizontal axis, propeller type), a battery pack containing a lithium-ion secondary battery, a charging and discharging control system, and a battery charger.
By integrating a lithium-ion secondary battery developed in-house and high-efficiency motors with small-size, low-exhaust-emission diesel engines that comply with new emission regulations, the company says it realised outstanding environment-friendly, fuel-efficient performance: approximately 39 per cent greater fuel efficiency than the standard internal-combustion powered trucks.
Patent 7,510,581 (March 31, 2009), "Method for Removing Plasticizer During Manufacturing Process of Polymeric Secondary Battery and Method for Manufacturing Polymeric Secondary Battery," Yu-Ta Tu (Sunyen Co., Ltd., Taipei, Taiwan).
In 2008, the traditional secondary battery market was worth approximately $30 billion globally, while alternative energy storage solutions occupied less than 1% of this share.
The latest two fuel-cell models are being exhibited in Paris: The SX4-FCV equipped with a GM-made high-performance fuel cell stack, a Suzuki-developed 70MPa hydrogen tank and a light, compact capacitor, and the "Crosscage" that features a simple, compact, and lightweight air-cooled fuel-cell power system from British specialist company Intelligent Energy, plus a high-performance lithium-ion secondary battery.
Worldwide primary and secondary battery demand is projected to rise at a nearly 7 percent annual pace through 2010 to $73.6 billion.
Another project would be to develop a secondary battery system, either primary or rechargeable, which would utilize Techtium's extant integrated chip and hybrid battery technology.