Lithium Ion Polymer Battery - 3.7v 150mAh

Lithium Ion Polymer Battery - 3.7v 150mAh Australia
Lithium Ion Polymer Battery - 3.7v 150mAh Australia Lithium Ion Polymer Battery - 3.7v 150mAh Australia Lithium Ion Polymer Battery - 3.7v 150mAh Australia
Product ID: AF-1317

$9.52

We have 2 units of the Lithium Ion Polymer Battery - 3.7v 150mAh in stock at our Sydney warehouse.

If ordered before 2pm, this part would be delivered on or before Monday, Nov 19 to most parts of Australia.

We can get a further 100 units from Adafruit Australia.
If you order today we can dispatch this stock between Tuesday, Nov 20 and Friday, Nov 23 2018.

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Adafruit's Description of the Lithium Ion Polymer Battery - 3.7v 150mAh

Description

Lithium ion polymer (also known as 'lipo' or 'lipoly') batteries are thin, light and powerful. The output ranges from 4.2V when completely charged to 3.7V. This battery has a capacity of 150mAh for a total of about 0.6 Wh. If you need a larger battery, we have a full range of bigger cells

The batteries come pre-attached with a genuine 2-pin JST-PH connector as shown and include the necessary protection circuitry. Because they have a genuine JST connector, not a knock-off, the cable wont snag or get stuck in a matching JST jack, they click in and out smoothly.

The included protection circuitry keeps the battery voltage from going too high (over-charging) or low (over-use) which means that the battery will cut-out when completely dead at 3.0V. It will also protect against output shorts. However, even with this protection it is very important that you only use a LiIon/LiPoly constant-voltage/constant-current charger to recharge them and at a rate of 150mA or less. We suggest our Micro Lipo charger, which has a 100mA default rate.
Like most lipos, the batteries we sell do not have thermistors built in. This is why we suggest charging at 1 C or even less - 100mA is a good rate, and available from any USB port if using a USB-powered charger

Additional safety notes: Do not use a NiMH/NiCad/lead-acid charger! Also, do not abuse these batteries, do not short, bend, crush or puncture. Never charge or use unattended. Always inspect batteries and surrounding circuitry constantly for any damage, loose wiring, or possibility of short circuits. Polarity matches all Adafruit LiPoly/LiIon chargers and boards, other brands may have reverse polarity and can destroy your battery. As with all Lithium ion polymer batteries and with any power source - they should be used by experts who are comfortable working with power supplies

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