Lithium-ion batteries are currently the most commonly used type of accumulators in wireless devices. The cells store twice as much energy as nickel-hydride cells of the same weight and size and the memory effect has been eliminated. Their widespread use in the latest cars, power tools, electric vehicles, cleaning robots or vacuum cleaners proves their versatility.
Nickel-hydride batteries have replaced nickel-cadmium (Ni-Cd) technology. Cells based on this technology store up to twice as much energy as nickel-cadmium cells, and the memory effect has been significantly reduced. Commonly used as replacement for Ni-Cd cells in older power tools or cleaning robots.
Lithium-polymer batteries are the type of accumulators that is a variant of the lithium-ion batteries, which uses conductive polymers. Apart from having all the advantages of Li-Ion cells, cells based on this technology can be very thin and flexible. Commonly used in telephones, vaporisers and wireless speakers.
Lithium-iron-phosphate batteries are the type of accumulators that is a variant of the lithium-ion batteries with an increased service life and safety. The cells based on this technology are used in batteries with very high capacity needs. They are commonly used in energy banks, boats, recreational vehicles, full-size electric vehicles and photovoltaics.
GARES chargers are a reliable source of energy for any device equipped with battery power. A carefully selected microprocessor circuit controls charging, adaptation to the cell manufacturing technology and communication with the BMS. With this solution, your battery is always charged using appropriate parameters and protected against overloading.