About Lipo Battery
The three elements of a typical battery: the positive electrode, the negative electrode, and the electrolyte. The lithium polymer battery refers to a battery system in which at least one or more of the three elements are made of a polymer material. In lithium polymer battery systems, most of the polymer materials are used on the positive electrode and the electrolyte. The positive electrode material is a conductive high molecular polymer or an inorganic compound used in a general lithium-ion battery, and the negative electrode is usually a lithium metal or lithium carbon interlayer compound, and the electrolyte is a solid or colloidal polymer electrolyte or an organic electrolyte. Since there is no excess electrolyte in the lithium polymer, it is more reliable and stable.
2. Can be made into a thin battery: such as a capacity of 3.6V400mAh, its thickness can be as thin as 0.5mm.
3. The battery can be designed in a variety of shapes
4. The battery can be bent and deformed: the polymer battery can be bent by about 90 degrees.
5. A single high-voltage: liquid electrolyte battery can only be connected in series with several batteries to obtain a high voltage. Since the polymer battery has no liquid itself, it can be made into a multi-layer combination in a single unit to achieve a high voltage.
6. The capacity will be twice as high as the same size lithium-ion battery