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Sunday, August 19, 2012
In 16th, Auguest, City Labs in Florida has released the first Tritium battery in the world which called NanoTritium battery. It is an amazing lifespan reached to as long as 20 years. As we all know, normal lithium Dell Latitude d820 battery usually has 2-3 years working time. So 20 years for long life span is actually unbelievable event we have ever met.

Let us get a rough idea with this groundbreaking scientific achievement.

tritium battery

1) Principle
Tritium is one of the isotopes with hydrogen which has radiation. It is including two neutrons and one proton. And its atom is not stable so it could be decayed into helium which owns three protons.
IT will release abundant electron which can offer power to machines during the decaying process. That is the principle city Labs take advantage of to make the NanoTritium battery. Although Tritium has radioation undeniably, the quantity is very tiny. It could not do any harm to human body.

2) Advantage
Compared with the widely used batteries, the durability of NanoTritium battery is much stronger. It can endure the temperature from Minus 50 degrees Celsius to 150 degrees Celsius. Otherwise, its ability in anti-pressure and anti-shake is also very excellent.
Above all, the biggest advantage of NanoTritium battery is its long lifespan. It could be lasting 20 years which outdistances the average lifespan of batteries nowadays.

3) Security
Tritium has definite radioaction but it is very tiny. That will not cause any harm to human being at all.

4) Current usage
The new NanoTritium battery is priced $1000 for sale. It is under voltage 2.4V, 50~350 nano amps current. The maximal power is only 840 Nevan. That indicates it cannot be put into used to mobile phone field.

But it can be used in some small electronic equipments like watches, audiphones and cardiac pacemakers. It is undoubted that with the development of Tritium batteries, the problems which puzzle people in mobiles phones and laptops will be solved in near future.

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