|| List of recent Electrode-related patents
|Systems and methods for therapeutic electrical stimulation|
A patch for a therapeutic electrical stimulation device includes a shoe connected to the first side of the patch, the shoe including a body extending in a longitudinal direction from a first end to a second end, and having first and second surfaces, the first end of the shoe defining at least two ports, and the first surface of the shoe defining a connection member. The patch also includes at least one conductor positioned in the ports of the first end of the shoe.
|Electrode for use with transcranial direct current stimulation|
The present invention is directed to signing up at a single site to receive both credit and business information, and the combining of personal credit information for an individual and business credit information of a business with which the individual is associated. For example, the invention can provide a website where a user can lrequest to view an individual's personal credit information and the business credit information of a business that the individual owns.
|Implantable indifferent electrode|
The present invention relates to an electrode arrangement, preferably for the temporary stimulation or defibrillation of the heart, consisting of at least one unipolar electrode (cathode) (6), which is fixed at the myocardium of the heart, and an indifferent electrode (2a, 2b) which is fixed at the inner wall of the thorax via its supply line and is positioned such that a direct contact to the heart is prevented.. .
|Parylene-based microelectrode array implant for spinal cord stimulation|
An implantable electrode array assembly configured to apply electrical stimulation to the spinal cord. A substantially electrically nonconductive layer of the device has a first portion positionable alongside the spinal cord that includes a plurality of first openings.
|Suture holes on a flexible implant|
A device according to some embodiments may include an implant unit which may include a flexible carrier, an antenna arranged on the flexible carrier, at least one pair of modulation electrodes on the flexible carrier, at least one implantable circuit electrically connected to the at least one pair of modulation electrodes and the antenna; and at least one pair of suture holes passing through the flexible carrier. The at least one pair of suture holes may be arranged on the flexible carrier such that the flexible carrier may be configured to conform to tissue in a subject's body, and such that each suture hole of the at least one pair of suture holes may be positioned to allow suturing to tissue adjacent to the suture holes..
Methods and devices for stimulating nerves are disclosed. In one embodiment adapted for stimulating excitable tissue, the invention includes drive circuitry, an acoustic transducer and a pair of electrodes..
|Releasable contact connection arrangement for electrodes on an electromedical device|
A releasable contact connection arrangement for electrodes on an electromedical device, in particular for electrodes of active implants, such as neurostimulator devices, includes a contact end, which is provided on the electrode and comprises at least one electrical contact, a device-side connector head on the electromedical device, a connector opening on the connector head for anchoring the contact end of the electrode so as to produce an electrical contact connection and releasable mechanical fixing, and an anti-kink device at the exit of the contact end from the connector opening, wherein the anti-kink device includes a flexible anti-kink sleeve sitting on the contact end of the electrode before the at least one electrical contact, said anti-kink sleeve being slid via its fixing end facing the connector head into a receiving recess that is enlarged compared to the connector opening and being fastened therein.. .
|Method of routing electrical current to bodily tissues via implanted passive conductors|
The invention provides an implant, system and method for electrically stimulating a target tissue to either activate or block neural impulses. The implant provides a conductive pathway for a portion of electrical current flowing between surface electrodes positioned on the skin and transmits that current to the target tissue.
|Intravascular electrode arrays for neuromodulation|
A neuromodulation catheter positionable within a blood vessel for transvascular nerve stimulation includes a catheter body and an electrically insulative substrate carried at a distal end of the catheter body. A distal end of the substrate includes a plurality of laterally spaced-apart fingers.
|Vagal nerve stimulator with mode switching|
Various aspects of the present subject matter relate to an implantable device. Various device embodiments comprise at least one port to connect to at least one lead with at least electrode, stimulation circuitry connected to the at least one port and adapted to provide at least one neural stimulation therapy to at least one neural stimulation target using the at least one electrode, sensing circuitry connected to the at least one port and adapted to provide a sensed signal, and a controller connected to the stimulation circuitry to provide the at least one neural stimulation therapy and to the sensing circuitry to receive the sensed signal.
|Non invasive neuromodulation device for enabling recovery of motor, sensory, autonomic, sexual, vasomotor and cognitive function|
In one example embodiment, a neuromodulation system for inducing locomotor activity in a mammal, in cooperation with a signal generator and an electrode, delivers a signal with an overlapping high frequency pulse to a mammal. .
|Impedance guided tunneling tool|
A system includes a first electrode at a tip of a tunneling tool and a second electrode. The system includes a circuit configured to determine whether the tip of the tunneling tool is within subcutaneous fat tissue or muscle tissue of a patient based on a measurement of an impedance between the first electrode and the second electrode..
|Surgical instrument with jaw member|
A surgical instrument for supplying energy to tissue may comprise a handle, a trigger, an electrical input, and a shaft extending from the handle. The surgical instrument may comprise and end effector first and second tissue engaging surfaces that are slanted with respect to a transection plane.
|Universal shaft for magnetic manipulation of catheters|
A magnetically-guided catheter includes a tip positioning magnet in the distal end portion thereof configured to interact with externally applied magnetic fields for magnetically-guided movement. The magnet may be geometrically asymmetric, for example, a c-shape in radial cross-section, so as to allow side-loading of an irrigation fluid lumen and other wire(s) or lines during fabrication.
|Visual electrode ablation systems|
A method of ablating a tissue region within a blood-filled environment comprises restraining a fluid within a visualization field in a portion of the blood-filled environment and visualizing the tissue region through the fluid within the visualization field. The method also includes transmitting ablating electrical energy from the fluid into the visualized tissue region..
An electrosurgical device comprises a first signal generator and a second signal generator, wherein the signal generators are configured to generate an electrical signal that can be transmitted to a patient via electrodes. A control module is provided in which an output value of the first signal generator and an output value of the second signal generator are combined to form an aggregate output value, and which determines whether the aggregate output value exceeds a predetermined threshold value.
|Ablation system, methods, and controllers|
Multi-electrode ablation systems, methods, and controllers are described. In one example, a method of beginning an ablation procedure using a multi-electrode ablation system is described.
|Device for the treatment of an ocular disease|
An electrode device having an insertion part (12) adapted to be inserted into the suprachoroidal space of an eye so as to reach a service position, and an handling part (14) for manipulation of the electrode device, said electrode device comprising: —a support (25) having a distal part (31); —a set of wires (20) supported by said support and mobile between a retracted position in which said wires substantially extend along the support, and a deployed position in which respective parts of said wires, called “outside parts”, project from said distal part (31) of the support; —an electrically conductive element forming at least a portion of a said outside part or supported by a said outside part; —an electrical conductor (60) enabling, in said deployed position, an electrical connection between said electrically conductive element and an electrical generator; and —an actuator (16, 60) adapted for an operator to move the set of wires from said retracted position to said deployed position in said service position.. .
A method of electro-therapeutic stimulation uses an electrical signal with a periodic-exponential background pulse over a controllable periodic-exponential main pulse. By properly setting the signal and moving electrodes to proper locations on the body, the signal is used to electro-therapeutically return a patient to a state of neurological balance, to identify specific cellular disruption locations, to treat the identified cellular disruption locations including performing a pain associated movement, and to neurologically train from a facilitator muscle to one or more receiver muscles..
|Impedance monitors, electrode arrays and methods of use|
A portable bioelectric impedance monitor for monitoring extracellular fluid levels includes a tetrapolar electrode array lead with four electrodes arranged sequentially and axially along the lead, and circuitry coupled with the at least four electrodes configured to measure bioelectric impedance extracellular fluid in a human subject at a frequency of less than 15 khz. The electrodes are adhered to a human subject/patient on the patient's torso or one of the patient's limbs.
|Method and apparatus for suppressing far-field sensing during atrial mapping|
A method and system for mapping an anatomical structure includes sensing activation signals of intrinsic physiological activity with a plurality of electrodes disposed in or near the anatomical structure. Substantially similar activation signals are binned according to a self-correlation algorithm which identifies patterns among the sensed activation signals.
|Ecg electrode for use in x-ray environments|
An ecg electrode is provided which can be placed within the direct path of x-rays during an imaging scan without inducing an x-ray induced erroneous current. The ecg electrode has a support element with a conductive post on one side electrically connected to a conductive plate on the other side.
|Apparatus for electrodermal activity measurement with current compensation|
An apparatus for measuring electrodermal activity can include a first electrode in contact with a first portion and a second electrode in contact with a second portion of a stratum corneum, and in electronic communication with the second electrode through the stratum corneum. A processing module is electrically coupled to the first electrode and the second electrode and is operable to (a) bias the first electrode at a first voltage v+ and the second electrode at a second voltage v− (b) measure a current flowing between the first electrode and the second electrode, the current corresponding to the conductance of the stratum corneum, (c) subtract a compensation current from the measured current (d) measure a resulting current producing an amplified output voltage (e) measure a conductance of the stratum corneum, and (f) adjust at least one of the first voltage, the second voltage and the compensation current to desaturate the output voltage..
|In-vivo device, system and method for detection of helicobacter pylori|
Device, system and method for in-vivo detection of h. Pylori.
|Diagnostic methods and systems based on urine analysis|
A method for diagnosing a body malfunction is provided. At least one change in urinary parameter values, being indicative of the body malfunction, is monitored and detected.
|Tunnel junction fabrication|
A method for fabricating a tunnel junction includes depositing a first electrode on a substrate, depositing a wetting layer having a thickness of less than 2 nm on the first electrode, using atomic layer deposition (ald) to deposit an oxide layer on the wetting layer, and depositing a second electrode on the oxide layer. The wetting layer and the oxide layer form a tunnel barrier, and the second electrode includes a superconductor..
|Battery wiring module|
A battery wiring module may include a connecting member and a resin protector. The connecting member may be connected to an electrode terminal, and the connecting member may include a beveled corner.
|Nonvolatile semiconductor memory device and method of manufacturing|
A nonvolatile semiconductor memory device includes a first insulating layer on a semiconductor layer, a charge storage layer on the first insulating layer, a second insulating layer on the charge storage layer, and a control gate electrode on the second insulating layer. The charge storage layer includes a floating gate layer on the first insulating layer, an interface insulating layer on the floating gate layer, and a charge trap layer on the interface insulating layer, and a lower end of a conduction band of the interface insulating layer is higher than a trap level of the charge trap layer and is lower than a lower end of a conduction band of the charge trap layer..
|Work function adjustment with the implant of lanthanides|
Semiconductor devices and fabrication methods are provided, in which fully silicided gates are provided. A lanthanide series metal is implanted into the gate electrode layer prior to silicidation and diffuses into the gate dielectric during an activation anneal.
|Process for forming a capacitor structure with rutile titanium oxide dielectric film|
A process of forming a capacitor structure includes providing a substrate. Next, a first electrode is deposited onto the substrate.
|6t sram architecture for gate-all-around nanowire devices|
A memory device includes a first plurality of semiconductor nanowires tethered between landing pads and suspended over a substrate. A first gate electrode surrounds each of the first plurality of semiconductor nanowires, making them gate-all-around, (gaa) semiconductor nanowires.
|Semiconductor device manufacturing method|
A semiconductor device includes a p-type semiconductor layer, n-type column regions formed of columnar thermal donors exhibiting an n-type property, a p-type column region interposed between the n-type column regions, the n-type column regions configured to form a super-junction structure in cooperation with the p-type column region, a channel region formed in the semiconductor layer, a source region formed in the channel region, a gate insulator film formed on the semiconductor layer, and a gate electrode formed on the gate insulator film and opposite to the channel region across the gate insulator film.. .
|Semiconductor device and method for manufacturing the same|
A semiconductor device in which fluctuation in electric characteristics due to miniaturization is less likely to be caused is provided. The semiconductor device includes an oxide semiconductor film including a first region, a pair of second regions in contact with side surfaces of the first region, and a pair of third regions in contact with side surfaces of the pair of second regions; a gate insulating film provided over the oxide semiconductor film; and a first electrode that is over the gate insulating film and overlaps with the first region.
|Thin film solar cell|
A thin-film solar cell which uses an ins-based buffer layer is produced by forming a metal back electrode layer on a substrate, forming a p-type light absorption layer on the metal back electrode layer, oxidizing the p-type light absorption layer surface, forming an ins-based buffer layer as an n-type high resistance buffer layer on the oxidized p-type light absorption layer, and forming an n-type transparent conductive film on the ins-based buffer layer.. .
|Method of manufacturing organic light emitting display|
A manufacturing method of an organic light emitting display includes preparing a substrate including a cathode line, forming an anode electrode on the substrate, the anode electrode being insulated from the cathode line, forming an insulating layer having a first opening exposing a portion of the cathode line and a second opening exposing a portion of the anode electrode on the substrate, forming an organic layer on the insulating layer, forming an electrical connection portion electrically connected to the cathode line by supplying a conductive solution that dissolves the organic layer in an area of the organic layer corresponding to the first opening, and forming a cathode electrode overlapping with the electrical connection portion.. .
|Method of manufacturing a magnetoresistive-based device|
A method of manufacturing a magnetoresistive-based device having magnetic material layers formed between a first electrically conductive layer and a second electrically conductive layer, the magnetic materials layers including a tunnel barrier layer formed between a first magnetic materials layer and a second magnetic materials layer, including removing the first electrically conductive layer and the first magnetic materials layer unprotected by a first hard mask, to form a first electrode and a first magnetic materials, respectively; and removing the tunnel barrier layer, second magnetic materials layer, and second electrically conductive layer unprotected by the second hard mask to form a tunnel barrier, second magnetic materials, and a second electrode.. .
|Method and device for simulating an electrode welding process|
The invention relates to a method and a device (1) for simulating an electrode welding process having an electrode holder simulator (2) and a simulated electrode (3) arranged thereon, a simulated workpiece (4), an input device (6), an output device (7) and a control device (10). For the ideal training of an electrode welding process under conditions as real as possible, the control device (10) is connected to a memory (11) for storing parameters (pi) of an ideal motion of the electrode holder simulator (2) during an ignition process and is designed for detecting the parameters (pr) during an actual motion of the electrode holder simulator (2) and comparing them to the stored parameters (pi) of the ideal motion of the electrode holder simulator during an ignition process and displaying the deviations between the parameters (pr) of the actual motion and the parameters (pi) of the ideal motion in the output device (7)..
|Anion binder for solid alkaline fuel cell, method of preparing the same and membrane-electrode assembly|
The present invention concerns the preparation of an anion binder for a solid alkaline fuel cell which enhances durability to electrochemical reactions and makes the production of electrode slurry easy. A method of preparing an anion binder for a solid alkaline fuel cell includes: (a) mixing an electrolytic monomer of quaternary ammonium salts having a cation group, a bisacrylicamide crosslinking agent having a tertiary amino group, and water together by stirring; (b) mixing the mixture with a photoinitiator; (c) interposing the solution between polyethylene terephthalate films and irradiating the solution with ultraviolet light for crosslinking and polymerization; and (d) pulverizing crosslinked polymerized resin to a nano size..
|Flow battery with enhanced durability|
A flow battery includes at least one electrochemical cell that has a first electrode, a second electrode spaced apart from the first electrode and a separator arranged between the first electrode and the second electrode. A first storage portion and a second storage portion are respectively fluidly connected with the at least one electrochemical cell.
Provided is a metal-air battery which has higher discharge capacity than conventional metal-air batteries. The present invention is a metal-air battery, which comprises a positive electrode layer, a negative electrode layer and an electrolyte layer that is arranged between the positive electrode layer and the negative electrode layer, and wherein the positive electrode layer contains a carbon material and is provided with two or more through holes that penetrate the positive electrode layer in the thickness direction..
|Lithium battery electrodes containing lithium oxalate|
Cathodes for lithium batteries contain a lithium-manganese cathodic material and from 0.5 to 20% by weight of lithium oxalate. Batteries containing the electrodes tend to exhibit high cycling capacities..
|Electrode material and lithium ion battery using same|
An electrode material including at least one of sulfur and a compound that contains a sulfur atom, a conductive material, and a solid electrolyte that contains a lithium atom, a phosphorous atom and a sulfur atom, wherein the solid electrolyte has at least one of a peak at 86.1±0.6 ppm and a peak at 83.0±1.0 ppm in the solid 31pnmr spectrum, and the ratio of the phosphorous atoms contained in the peak is 62 mol % or more relative to the phosphorous atoms contained in the all peaks.. .
|Zinc secondary battery|
Provide is a zinc secondary battery capable of preventing a short circuit between the positive and negative electrodes caused by zinc dendrites. The zinc secondary battery of the present invention comprises a positive electrode; a negative electrode containing zinc; an electrolytic solution in which the positive electrode and the negative electrode are immersed or with which the positive electrode and the negative electrode are in contact, wherein the electrolytic solution is an aqueous solution containing an alkali metal hydroxide; and a separator being placed between the positive electrode and the negative electrode and separating the positive electrode and the negative electrode from each other, wherein the separator comprises an inorganic solid electrolyte body having hydroxide ion conductivity..
|Asymmetric battery having a semi-solid cathode and high energy density anode|
Embodiments described herein relate generally to devices, systems and methods of producing high energy density batteries having a semi-solid cathode that is thicker than the anode. An electrochemical cell can include a positive electrode current collector, a negative electrode current collector and an ion-permeable membrane disposed between the positive electrode current collector and the negative electrode current collector.
|Clay- based energy storage compositions for high temperature applications|
In some embodiments, the present disclosure pertains to energy storage compositions that comprise a clay and an ionic liquid. In some embodiments, the clay is a bentonite clay and the ionic liquid is a room temperature ionic liquid (rtil).
|Collector, electrode structure, nonaqueous electrolyte battery, and electrical storage device|
A current collector with improved electrochemical stability having a conductive resin layer formed thereon is provided. The current collector 3 of the present embodiment is structured by forming a conductive resin layer 1 on at least one side of a conductive substrate 2.
|Current collector, electrode structure, nonaqueous electrolyte battery, electrical storage device, and nitrocellulose resin material|
A current collector which is suitable for discharging and charging at a large current density is provided. The present invention provides a current collector including a conductive substrate and a conductive resin layer provided on one side or both sides of the conductive substrate.
|Methods and systems for making an electrode free from a polymer binder|
The disclosure describes an exemplary binding layer formed on aluminum (al) substrate that binds the substrate with a coated material. Additionally, an extended form of the binding layer is described.
|Secondary battery and a method for fabricating the same|
The adhesion between metal foil serving as a current collector and a negative electrode active material is increased to enable long-term reliability. An electrode active material layer (including a negative electrode active material or a positive electrode active material) is formed over a base, a metal film is formed over the electrode active material layer by sputtering, and then the base and the electrode active material layer are separated at the interface therebetween; thus, an electrode is formed.
|Lithium ion secondary battery|
And is epitaxially grown and formed on a surface of the metal film, and the positive electrode active material is formed such that a c axis of a crystal structure of the positive electrode active material is perpendicular to the metal film.. .
|Electrode including current collector with nano-scale coating and method of making the same|
Current collectors and methods are provided that relate to electrodes that are useful in electrochemical cells. The provided current collectors include a metallic substrate, a substantially uniform nano-scale carbon coating, and an active electrode material.
|Positively charged silicon for lithium-ion batteries|
This invention relates to a negative electrode material for lithium-ion batteries comprising silicon and having a chemically treated or coated surface influencing the zeta potential of the surface. The active material consists of particles or particles and wires comprising a core (11) comprising silicon, wherein the particles have a positive zeta potential in an interval between ph 3.5 and 9.5, and preferably between ph 4 and 9.5.
|Batteries with nanostructured electrodes and associated methods|
Several embodiments related to batteries having electrodes with nanostructures, compositions of such nanostructures, and associated methods of making such electrodes are disclosed herein. In one embodiment, a method for producing an anode suitable for a lithium-ion battery comprising preparing a surface of a substrate material and forming a plurality of conductive nanostructures on the surface of the substrate material via electrodeposition without using a template..
|Method and apparatus for energy storage|
In accordance with an example embodiment of the present invention, apparatus is provided comprising first and second electrodes, first and second current collectors, an electrolyte, and a first contact layer; wherein the electrolyte is configured to separate the first and second electrodes; and wherein the first contact layer is configured to form an electrical contact between the first current collector and the first electrode.. .
|Graphene coating modified electrode plate for lithium secondary battery and method for producing the same|
The present invention provides a graphene coating-modified electrode plate for lithium secondary battery, characterized in that, the electrode plate comprises a current collector foil, graphene layers coated on both surfaces of the current collector foil, and electrode active material layers coated on the graphene layers. A graphene coating-modified electrode plate for lithium secondary battery according to the present invention comprises a current collector foil, graphene layers coated on both surfaces of the current collector foil, and electrode active material layers coated on the graphene layers.
|Composite conductive electrode and manufacturing method thereof|
The present disclosure relates to a composite conductive electrode and a manufacturing method thereof, belonging to the field of vanadium battery manufacturing. The method comprises: selecting a carbon felt as a conductive substrate, selecting a conductive resin as the connecting substance for spaces in the carbon felt so as to enhance the conductive properties of the carbon felt; the conductive resin comprises a conductive plastic material or an epoxy resin..
|Composite electrode material for lithium ion battery and preparation method thereof|
The invention provides a composite electrode material for a lithium ion battery. The composite electrode material includes an electrode material and a conductive polymer.
A rechargeable battery including an electrode assembly including a first electrode and a second electrode; a case receiving the electrode assembly; and at least one block layer between the case and the electrode assembly, wherein the block layer is made of a fiber material.. .
A rechargeable battery includes an electrode assembly for performing charging and discharging operations, a case accommodating the electrode assembly, a cap plate coupled to an opening of the case, an electrode terminal installed on the cap plate, and a lead tab connecting the electrode assembly to the electrode terminal, the lead tab including a terminal connection part connected to the electrode terminal, and a current-collecting connection part connected to the electrode assembly, the current-collecting connection part including a welding portion connected to the electrode assembly, and an absorption portion separated from the welding portion in a first direction parallel to the cap plate and provided on an outer side of the welding portion.. .
|Battery cell for secondary battery and battery pack having the same|
Provided are a battery cell for a secondary battery and a battery pack having the same, and more particularly, a battery cell for a secondary battery including a case having an electrode assembly space having the same shape as an electrode assembly, and a battery pack having the same.. .
A secondary battery includes a plurality of electrode assemblies; a current collector plate electrically connecting the plurality of electrode assemblies; a case accommodating the plurality of electrode assemblies; and a cap plate sealing the case, wherein the current collector plate has a resistance increasing unit thereon to increase the resistance of the current collector plate.. .
|Sealed lithium secondary battery and method of manufacturing same|
The invention provides a method capable of more simply and easily mass-producing sealed lithium secondary batteries having a stable battery performance. This method of manufacturing a sealed lithium secondary battery having an electrode assembly, an electrolyte solution and a sealable metallic or nonmetallic hard case of a given shape includes the steps of housing the electrode assembly, which includes a positive electrode and a negative electrode, and the electrolyte solution within the hard case; negatively pressurizing the interior of the hard case and sealing the hard case in the negatively pressurized state; carrying out, after the sealing step, initial charging so as to adjust the battery to a voltage at which the electrode assembly generates gases; and carrying out, after the initial charging step, main charging so as to charge the battery to a predetermined voltage.
The invention relates to an electrolyte battery electrode component having a layer having a surface adjoined by electrolyte in the battery and provided with a fluid-conducting channel structure. In this context, it is envisaged that through the fluid-conducting structure has channels having channel depths in the range from 10 to 200 μm and/or at least 50% of the thickness of the active layer..
|Reserve battery having good low temperature property|
There is provided a reserve battery activated by shock application of hitting means and having good operational feature at low temperature, comprising: a frame forming exterior case; an ampoule disposed inside the frame, containing an electrolyte solution and formed of membrane at the portion where the hitting means applies hitting; two electrodes disposed above the ampoule and formed with two laminated ‘−’ and ‘+’ layers, a cathode layer and an anode layer, each of the layers having a hole at its center portion; a separator disposed between the two electrodes and including a center separator in the middle of the separator formed such that except for one side of the center separator, the other side of the center separator is cut, wherein the other side of the center separator comes into the ampoule by the hitting of a hitting means, and contacts with the electrolyte solution contained inside the ampoule so that the electrolyte solution is absorbed into the center separator being in contact with the electrolyte solution, and transferred to the two electrodes so as to activate the reserve battery.. .
|Rechargeable lithium ion button cell battery|
A rechargeable lithium ion button cell battery having a sealed housing comprises an inner casing and an outer casing, both casings have at least one flat area as top or bottom of the battery, and a round or oval sidewall vertically formed to the flat area. An insulation gasket is positioned between said sidewalls, and the outer casing opening is mechanically crimped to complete the seal of the battery.
|Rechargeable battery having minute current transporting member|
A rechargeable battery includes an electrode assembly comprising a positive electrode and a negative electrode; a case accommodating the electrode assembly; and a cap assembly combined to the case and electrically connected to the electrode assembly, wherein the cap assembly comprises a first member and a second member that are electrically connected to each other, and a minute current transporting member located between the first member and the second member, the minute current transporting member having a larger resistance than the first member and the second member, and electrically connected to the first member and the second member.. .
A secondary battery includes an electrode assembly; a case accommodating the electrode assembly; a cap plate sealing the case and having an inversion plate; and an insulation plate having a short-circuit hole generally corresponding to the inversion plate and an air opening spaced from the short-circuit hole and fluidly connected to a top surface of the cap plate; a terminal plate coupled to a top surface of the insulation plate and electrically connected to the electrode assembly; and a terminal assembly including a sealing member coupled to a bottom surface of the insulation plate and formed to encompass the short-circuit hole and the air opening.. .
A rechargeable battery including: an electrode assembly; a case accommodating the electrode assembly; a cap plate covering an opening of the case; an electrode terminal on the cap plate; and a lead tab connecting the electrode assembly to the electrode terminal, and including a fuse, the fuse including a plurality of sub-fuses defined along a width of the lead tab by a plurality of through holes formed in the lead tab.. .
A rechargeable battery having an electrode assembly including a first electrode, and a second electrode, a case receiving the electrode assembly, a cap plate coupled with the case, a first electrode terminal electrically connected with the first electrode, and a cap connection member connecting the first electrode terminal and the cap plate and having a connection fuse portion formed therein.. .
A rechargeable battery including an electrode assembly that performs a charge and discharge operation; a case that houses the electrode assembly; a cap plate coupled to an opening of the case; an electrode terminal installed in the cap plate; and a lead tab that connects the electrode assembly to the electrode terminal, wherein the lead tab includes a current collecting connection portion that is connected to the electrode assembly; a terminal connection portion that is bent from the current collecting connection portion to be connected to the electrode terminal; and an injection material that embeds the terminal connection portion in which a fuse is formed, and wherein the injection material includes an exposing hole therein, the exposing hole exposing at least one side of the fuse.. .
A rechargeable battery including: an electrode assembly including a negative electrode and a positive electrode; a case receiving the electrode assembly; a terminal electrically connected to the electrode assembly and protruding outside the case; a current collecting member electrically connecting the terminal and the electrode assembly to each other; and an insulating member partially enclosing the current collecting member, and the current collecting member includes a plurality of fuse parts including a first fuse part enclosed by the insulating member, and a second fuse part that is not enclosed by the insulating member and is exposed.. .
|Rechargeable battery module|
A rechargeable battery module includes a plurality of rechargeable batteries, each of the rechargeable batteries including an electrode assembly including a positive electrode and a negative electrode, and a first electrode terminal and a second electrode terminal connected to the electrode assembly, and a bus bar electrically connecting the rechargeable batteries, the bus bar including a bus bar fuse part. The first electrode terminal is connected to and installed with a current collecting member that connects the electrode assembly and the first electrode terminal.
|Vent and cap assembly of power battery|
The present disclosure provides a vent and a cap assembly of a power battery. The vent comprises a vent body and a vent body protective sheath having a wall portion and a hollow portion, the vent body is fixedly connected to a lower portion of the wall portion and sealing the hollow portion from below, an upper portion of the wall portion is fixedly connected to a cap plate for sealing a vent hole.
|Battery module and control method thereof|
A battery module including a battery pack including positive and negative electrodes, a first main relay and a second main relay electrically coupled to the positive and negative electrodes of the battery pack, and a master battery management system electrically coupled to the first main relay and the second main relay and configured to control the first main relay and the second main relay to be driven, wherein the master battery management system includes a memory configured to store stress variables of the first main relay and the second main relay, and the master battery management system is configured to control a turn-off order of the first main relay and the second main relay according to the stored stress variables of the first main relay and the second main relay.. .
|Microbial power generation device, electrode for microbial power generation device, and method for producing same|
Provided are a microbial power generation device, an electrode for the microbial power generation device, preparing methods of the same, an electric power producing method using microbes and a selective culture method of the microbes used for the electric power producing method capable of improving electric power production capacity and of suppressing power generation cost. In a microbial power generation device (1), microbes (reducing microbes) that reduce graphene oxide are enriched among microbes inhabiting wastewater, slurry, activated sludge and the like.