Panasonic Automotive & Industrial Systems Europe GmbH
Panasonic batteries are distributed in Europe by Panasonic Automotive & Industrial Systems Europe GmbH (PAISEU). The subsidiary of the Panasonic Corporation offers its customers an extensive range of industrial products in the following sectors: Automotive, Industry, Factory Solutions and Energy.
Panasonic started manufacturing batteries back in 1931. Today, with numerous production sites around the globe, the corporation offers the widest selection of any battery manufacturer worldwide.
The product spectrum includes batteries in diverse technologies, including primary batteries and rechargeable secondary batteries:
- Lithium primary
- Sealed Lead-Acid Batteries
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These days Lithium battery technologies are getting more and more important. Due to their high voltage, low self-discharge and proven reliability a broad range of applications can be powered. In particular the chemistries BR and CR battery technologies are leading the industries. Panasonic offers a huge number of Lithium coin (rechargeable and non-rechargeable) and cylindrical batteries.
Panasonic Lithium-ion rechargeable batteries (Li-ion) are a perfect combination of high energy density (NNP technology), safety and long-life. They provide stable power supply with flat discharge voltage and excellent reliability.
Nowadays all electronic devices require more robust and safer batteries. Increasing energy density, however, raises the risk of overheating and ignition due to internal short-circuiting. Panasonic deploys the HRL (Heat Resistance Layer) technology to improve the safety of Lithium-ion batteries significantly.
The industry’s smallest cylindrical shaped rechargeable Lithium-ion battery which features high reliability and high output and is ideal for powering small devices such as wearable devices.
- A 3.65mm diameter pin-shaped Lithium-ion battery which expands design options for micro devices.
- A rechargeable battery that can be used repeatedly and has the output capability required for Near Field Communications.
- A high-strength metal exterior can provides excellent reliability
Panasonic rechargeable NiMH batteries are designed to meet the requirement for increasingly higher levels of energy demanded by today’s electronic products.
Ni-MH battery technology is now the Ni-Cd (Nickel-Cadmium) successor technology for rechargeable and portable devices. These batteries are ideal for less complex and cost-sensitive applications. Ni-MH batteries meet most standard customer needs. Panasonic offers standard batteries and a state-of-the-art high temperature battery family that delivers excellent reliability at high ambient temperatures and demanding conditions.
Panasonic offers a comprehensive VRLA battery line-up which includes many different product groups. From batteries with a trickle design life of 6 – 9 years, 10 – 12 years and 15 years, to batteries for cyclic and high drain applications, the series includes solutions for every requirement. Various models are obtainable with flame retardant housing and with different terminals. The use of special sealing epoxies, tongue and groove case and cover construction, and long-sealing paths for posts and connectors, assures that the Valve Regulated Lead Acid battery will offer exceptional leak resistance, and allows them to be used in any position.
Panasonic Nickel-Cadmium batteries have been well known for their quality since 1964. With exceptional discharge performance and durability, Cadnica batteries
are well-suited to tough conditions, including power tools and emergency lighting systems. Likewise, many medical devices are powered by these rechargeable batteries.
Panasonic Ni-Cd batteries feature low internal resistance, are easy to handle, and offer superior resistance to shock and vibration, and last but not least, outstanding
Zinc-Carbon batteries are a standard solution for applications which do not require high voltages but still benefit from extraordinary performance. Panasonic Alkaline batteries are made from the same basic materials as Zinc-Carbon batteries, but deliver generally higher performance on all criteria. These batteries can therefore power high-performance standard applications. Both battery groups are made in Europe and fulfill the highest quality standards.