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CeraCharge™ – Meeting the challenge of developing next-generation batteries

 

CeraCharge™, the world’s first rechargeable all-ceramic solid-state SMD battery, offers high energy density, miniaturization, and a high degree of safety with no risk of electrolyte leakage. These outstanding features were realized thanks to TDK’s advanced multilayer ceramic technology that is used in such products as multilayer ceramic chip capacitors. TDK’s R&D engineers around the globe, who joined forces to develop this pioneering battery technology, talk about this next-generation rechargeable battery and its enormous potential.

Dr. Manfred Schweinzger
Markus Puff
Dr. Yongli Wang
Masahiro Oishi
Dr. Martin Wilkening
 
 
 

For more details on CeraCharge™, visit the following website.

Rechargeable solid-state SMD battery for IoT applications
From simple gadgets to complex devices for the industrial IoT – they all require compact, reliable and extremely safe power supplies. CeraCharge™, the world’s first rechargeable solid-state SMD battery, is a new technology that meets all these demands.
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TDK’s All-Solid-State Battery ‘CeraCharge™’ wins 2018 Nikkei Superior Products and Services Awards for Excellence Click for press release on CeraCharge™
Driving Collaboration to Mobile Society - Limitless potential for magnetic sensor technology

Driving Collaboration to Mobile Society - Limitless potential for magnetic sensor technology

Today, we seek a secure, safely motorized society without accidents. To achieve this, electronic components that operate accurately even under tough conditions are indispensable. TDK product development project team has been creating solutions for the next-generation motorized society.

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Biomagnetic Field Sensing for More People

Biomagnetic Field Sensing for More People

The technology in our components may allow health professionals to treat patients with little impact on the body while taking the measurement. This joint research by TDK and the Tokyo Medical and Dental University is aimed at visualizing the movement of the heart by using magnetic sensors.

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