Custom Li-Polymer Battery 3.7V

Compact Shape & Density Capacity & Safe with Japan IC+ MOS. With our custom li-polymer battery solution, we can help you from the design stage to mass production.

LiPol Team has been working to develop and design higher quality Li-Polymer batteries, which shown in Compact Battery Shape, Reasonable Tolerance(including Swell Space), Higher Energy Density and Longer Cycles Rechargeable Battery Life.

We combine mature market experience and advanced li-polymer battery engineering technology for servicing focus on fields of electronic product technology development AS FOLLOWING:

Select Best 3.7V Li-Polymer Batteries For Evaluate

We stocking more than 1000pcs li-polymer batteries that can be designed in your developing product.
Li-Polymer Batteries Packs in series 2S, 3S / in paraller 2P, 3P LiPoly-Battery-Packs
Li-Polymer Batteries Packs List
High Rate Discharge Li-Polymer Batteries:  2C-45C Custom 3.7V Li Polymer Battery

High Rate Discharge 2C- 45C Li-Polymer Batteries List

Curved Li-Polymer Battery Cells

Custom 3.7V Li Polymer Battery

Curved Li-Polymer Batteries Cell List

Round Li-Polymer Battery Cells

Round Li-Polymer Battery List

Other Special Shape Li-Polymer Batteries


Creating a custom lipoly battery for your prototype

We provide fast custom lipoly battery for your new design electronic products. Engineer samples are available before mass production.

Here are steps and factors to consider when designing a custom LiPoly Battery:

  1. Determine Your Power Requirements: Assess the voltage, capacity (mAh), and discharge rate (C-rating) needed for your prototype. This will depend on your device’s energy consumption and how long you need it to operate between charges.
  2. Size and Shape Constraints: Consider the physical space available in your prototype for the battery. The flexibility of LiPo batteries allows them to be made in various shapes and sizes, which can be tailored to fit the specific design of your device.
  3. Select the Right Chemistry: Ensure the LiPo battery’s chemistry suits your application. Standard LiPo batteries provide a nominal voltage of 3.7V per cell, but if you need a higher voltage, you can connect multiple cells in series.
  4. Safety Features: Incorporate a protection circuit module (PCM) to protect the battery from overcharging, over-discharging, and short-circuiting. This is crucial to prevent damage to the battery and ensure the safety of your prototype.
  5. Temperature Considerations: If your device will be exposed to extreme temperatures, consider the operating temperature range of the battery. You might need to design thermal management features to keep the battery within its safe operating temperature range.
  6. Connectors and Cables: Choose the right connectors and cables that match your device’s requirements and ensure they can handle the current that your application requires.
  7. Prototype Testing: Once you have your custom battery, it’s essential to test it extensively within your prototype under various conditions to ensure it meets the required specifications and operates safely.
  8. Certifications and Regulations Compliance: Ensure that your custom battery complies with local and international safety standards and regulations, such as UL, CE, or IEC. This is particularly important if you plan to commercialize your product.
  9. Consult with Experts: Designing a custom LiPo battery can be complex, and working with a reputable battery manufacturer or a specialist can provide valuable expertise. They can help you design a battery that meets your specific needs while ensuring safety and reliability.

By carefully considering these factors, you can design a custom lipoly battery optimized for your prototype’s specific needs, ensuring reliable power while maintaining safety and efficiency. Always prioritize safety and regulatory compliance throughout the design and testing process.

If you are interested, please feel free to contact us.