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22mAh Lithium-Ion Battery Features Rapid Charging to 80% in 20 Minutes

March 05, 2020 by Paul Shepard

Panasonic announced a new addition to the Rechargeable Pin Type Lithium Ion Battery product line primarily for the wearables market.  The New CG-420A Rechargeable Pin Type Lithium Ion Battery is designed for a wide range of wearable devices including hearing aids, smart glasses and styluses.

As one of the world's leading battery manufacturing companies, Panasonic now offers a complete line of Rechargeable Pin Type Lithium Ion Batteries utilizing a spiral-wound construction that provides high reliability and rapid charging capability.  Panasonic's unique stainless steel container, rather than the traditional polymer material, provides dimensional stability over the life of the battery.

The New CG-420A Pin Type Lithium Ion Battery is a Panasonic Direct Technology and features a 4.7mm diameter, a high-strength stainless steel exterior case that prevents battery swelling and provides rapid charging capability by realizing an 80% charge in 20 minutes.  Tab configurations are available.

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"The New CG-420A is an excellent addition to Panasonic Pin Type Lithium Ion Battery offering designed with wearable devices in mind", states Seiichi Aoki, Panasonic Resident Engineer. "Applications include but are not limited to wearable devices, electronic pens, hearing aids and measuring devices, smart drug delivery systems, wireless earbuds, tracking / security devices, specialty eyewear and more."

Summary of Features and Specifications

  • Rated capacity is 22mAh, typical capacity is 23mAh
  • Nominal voltage is 3.8V
  • Approximate weight 0.8 grams
  • Dimensions 4.7mm diameter x 20mm high
  • Super small and slim Pin Type Lithium Ion Batteries realizes not only stylish design but provides high output
  • A high-strength stainless exterior case provides excellent safety and reliability features
  • Rapid charging makes portable devices user-friendly