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Thom Luke Sales
31 West 780 South
Centerville UT 84014
Phone: 801-298-5649
Fax: 801-298-2934
Web Site: www.thomlukesales.com/
E-mail: casey@thomlukesales.com
Territory: UTAH
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2440 S 1070 W, Ste. A
Salt Lake City UT 84119
Phone: 801-973-8555
Fax: 801-973-8909
Web Site: www.arrownac.com
Territory: UTAH

2117 So. 3600 West
W. Valley City UT 84119
Phone: 801-977-9750
Fax: 801-975-1207
Web Site: slcsales@wcg-iec.com
Territory: UTAH

3450 S. Highland Dr., Sute 301
Salt Lake City UT 84106
Phone: 801-467-4448 / 800-675-1619
Fax: 801-467-3604
Web Site: www.FutureElectronics.com
E-mail: www.FutureElectronics.com/ContactUS
Territory: UTAH

Mouser Electronics
1000 North Main Street
Mansfield, TX 76063
Phone: (800) 346-6873
Fax: (817) 804-3899
Web Site: www.mouser.com/manufacturer/nichicon/
E-mail: sales@mouser.com
Territory: UTAH

Phone: 800-463-9275
Web Site: www.newark.com/nichicon

Salt Lake City UT
Phone: 801-364-3400
Fax: 303-427-6352
E-mail: paula.clark@ttiinc.com
Territory: UTAH

Phone: 800-344-4539
Web Site: digikey.com/Suppliers/us/Nichicon.page?lang=en&WT.z_cid=sp_493_0310_supplier

Verical, an Arrow Division
Phone: 415-281-3866
Web Site: www.verical.com
E-mail: sales@verical.com
Territory:All States USA

North West Plaza
4444 South 700 East, Suite 104
Murray UT 84107
Phone: 801-261-5244
Web Site: www.us.rs-online.com
E-mail: CustomerService@na.rsgroup.com
Territory: UTAH


The lithium titanate battery (LTO) shares many characteristics with the lithium-ion battery. One difference is the LTO anode. An LTO battery uses lithium titanate oxide, while a lithium-ion battery uses carbon. By using lithium titanate, the battery has a significant performance improvement.

The SLB is a battery with long leads, just like a standard capacitor. The leaded profile allows for soldering directly to the circuit board using hand soldering or a select solder technique. Lithium Titanate batteries require an additional mounting bracket or holder placed on a circuit board. The Nichicon SLB (LTO) take less board space allowing them to be used in very compact or densely populated circuit boards.

LTO batteries are safer; they have an extremely small risk of ignition if there is a short. The SLB, Nichicon’s LTO battery, has superior charge and discharge capabilities, such as a 20C charge rate. Even higher rates are possible with pulsed discharges, like those used in telecommunications.

‘The SLB can withstand up to 25,000 charge/discharge cycles and have a lower cold temperature rating than a lithium-ion battery. And its low internal resistance allows energy harvesters to charge with weak currents without loss. They will not ignite if a short occurs. In addition to the advantages previously mentioned, the SLB comes in aluminum electrolytic case styles and size.


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