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Rechargeable spinal cord stimulator system

A spinal cord stimulation (SCS) system includes multiple electrodes, multiple, independently programmable, stimulation channels within an implantable pulse generator (IPG) which channels can provide concurrent, but unique stimulation fields, permitting virtual electrodes to be realized. The SCS system includes a replenishable power source (e.g., rechargeable battery), that may be recharged using transcutaneous power transmissions between antenna coil pairs. An external charger unit, having its own rechargeable battery can be used to charge the IPG replenishable power source. A real-time clock can provide an auto-run schedule for daily stimulation. An included bi-directional telemetry link in the system informs the patient or clinician the status of the system, including the state of charge of the IPG battery. Other processing circuitry in the IPG allows electrode impedance measurements to be made. Further circuitry in the external battery charger can provide alignment detection for the coil pairs.

System and method for recharging a battery exposed to a harsh environment

A rechargable battery with an internal microcontroller. The microcontroller contains a memory in which data regarding the environment to which the battery is exposed are stored. These data are read by a processor integral with the charger used to charge the battery. If these data indicates the battery may have been subjected to a harsh environment for an excessive period of time, the charger performs a complete state of health evaluation of the battery.

Systems and methods for wireless power

The present invention is a wireless power system which includes components which can be recharged by harvesting wireless power, wireless power transmitters for transmitting the power, and devices which are powered from the components. Features such as temperature monitoring, tiered network protocols including both data and power communication, and power management strategies related to both charging and non-charging operations, are used to improve performance of the wireless network. Rechargeable batteries which are configured to be recharged using wireless power have unique components specifically tailored for recharging operations rather than for providing power to a device. A wireless power supply for powering implanted devices benefits from an external patient controller which contains features for adjusting both power transmission and harvesting provided by other components of the wireless power network.

Electronic cigarette having nanometer sized hyperfine space warming atomizing functions

ActiveCN101116542ALarge amount of atomizationConcentrated use of energy and high efficiencyMedical devicesTobacco devicesMouth pieceElectricity
An electric-cigarette undertaking nanometer dimension fineness space heating pulverization to nicotine solution comprises a cigarette pole and a cigarette holder connected with the front end of the cigarette pole. The cigarette pole is a hollow rod shape cigarette pole welded with a plug at the back end. The intracavity of the cigarette pole is provided with a rechargeable battery, a liquid storage tank for storing nicotine solution, an imbibition liquid core arranged at the front end of the liquid storage tank and contacted with the nicotine solution, and a heater of space heating pulverization arranged inside the heating cavity positioned in the front part of the cigarette pole. The wall of the cigarette pole corresponding to the liquid storage tank is provided with a liquid inlet communicated with the liquid storage tank. Any place of the wall of the cigarette pole is provided with an electric heating switch. The center of the cigarette holder is provided with a hollow pipe which extends into the cigarette pole. The wall of front part of the cigarette holder is provided with a piezoelectric press sensor. The back end of the cigarette pole is provided with a recharging connection device which can charge the rechargeable battery through outer power. The piezoelectric press sensor is communicated with the rechargeable battery all the time. The electric heating switch, the piezoelectric press sensor and the rechargeable battery constitute a circuit loop. The invention has the advantages of convenient assembly and installation, easy carry, wide application and convenient use.

Power line sentry charging

A rechargeable battery energized unmanned aerial vehicle having surveillance capability and an ability to clandestinely collect propulsion and other energy needs from a conveniently located and possibly enemy owned energy transmission line. Energy collection is by way of a parked vehicle engagement with the transmission line in a current flow dependent, magnetic field determined, rather than shunt, voltage dependent, conductor coupling. Surveillance during both a parked or docked condition and during aerial vehicle movement is contemplated.

Electrode Including Nanostructures for Rechargeable Cells

A lithium ion battery electrode includes silicon nanowires used for insertion of lithium ions and including a conductivity enhancement, the nanowires growth-rooted to the conductive substrate.

Rechargeable lithium/water, lithium/air batteries

Electrochemical cells, and more specifically, rechargeable batteries comprising lithium anodes for use in water and / or air environments, as well as non-aqueous and non-air environments, are presented. In one embodiment, an electrochemical cell includes an anode comprising lithium and a multi-layered structure positioned between the anode and an electrolyte of the cell. A multi-layered structure can include at least a first single-ion conductive material layer (e.g., a lithiated metal layer), and at least a first polymeric layer positioned between the anode and the single-ion conductive material. The invention also can provide an electrode stabilization layer positioned within the electrode, i.e., between one portion and another portion of an electrode, to control depletion and re-plating of electrode material upon charge and discharge of a battery. Advantageously, electrochemical cells comprising combinations of structures described herein are not only compatible with environments that are typically unsuitable for lithium, but the cells may be also capable of displaying long cycle life, high lithium cycling efficiency, and high energy density.
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