medical equipment Lithium battery Manufacturer
Our Vision: Provide world-class Rechargeable battery pack for customers worldwidely
DNK Mission: to become an internationally renowned supplier of Rechargeable Lithium ion Battery.
Company values: integrity and pragmatic, responsibility
Lithium batteries are commonly used in various types of medical equipment due to their high energy density, long lifespan, and lightweight design. These batteries provide reliable power sources for portable medical devices, allowing for flexibility and ease of use in healthcare settings.
medical equipment Lithium battery
1 Ultrasound devices batteries
2 Drug delivery systems batteries
3 Patient monitors batteries
5 medical/hospital cart
6 Ventilator batteries
7 Defibrillator batteries: Advanced Life Support (ALS), Automated External Defibrillators (AED), Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators and Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators (ICDs)
8 Surgical tool batteries: includes ENT Instruments Haemostatic Forceps Diagnostic Instruments Home Surgical Kit Anesthesia
9 Motorized wheelchairs
Our intensive and rigid material selection, production, and QC testing ensure that all of the medical battery pack are assembled to meet or exceed customer expectations.
Why Choose Lithium Battery For medical equipment?
High energy density
Lithium batteries have a high energy density, meaning they can store a significant amount of energy in a relatively small and lightweight package. This is especially important for portable medical equipment, as it allows for longer operation without the need for frequent battery changes or recharges.
Lithium batteries have a longer lifespan compared to other types of batteries, such as lead-acid or nickel-based batteries. They can endure numerous charge and discharge cycles without significant capacity loss, ensuring reliable and consistent power for medical devices over an extended period.
Lightweight and compact design
Medical equipment often needs to be portable, particularly for use in ambulances, home healthcare, or during patient transport. Lithium batteries are lightweight and can be designed in compact sizes, making them ideal for powering portable medical devices without adding excessive weight or bulk.
Fast charging capabilities
Some lithium battery technologies, such as lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4), offer fast charging capabilities. This is beneficial in medical settings where devices need to be quickly recharged to ensure continuous operation, particularly in emergency situations.
Lithium batteries require minimal maintenance compared to other battery types. They do not need periodic discharge or conditioning cycles, and they are generally more resistant to self-discharge. This reduces the overall maintenance and operating costs associated with medical equipment.
Low self-discharge rate
Lithium batteries have a low self-discharge rate, which means they can retain their charge for longer periods when not in use. This feature is advantageous for medical devices that may not be used frequently or may need to be stored for extended periods without losing their charge.
Lithium batteries used in medical equipment are designed with safety features to minimize the risk of overheating, short circuits, or other malfunctions. Manufacturers implement safety mechanisms, such as overcharge protection, thermal sensors, and electronic control systems, to ensure the safe and reliable operation of the batteries.