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Toshiba Develops Compact Fuel Cell for Mobile Devices
Posted: 25-Jan-2002 [Source: AsiaBizTech]

[New fuel cell offers increased continuous operation as well as significantly reduced weight compared to conventional cells.]

Tokyo -- "Toshiba Corp. said it has developed a new compact fuel cell for use in mobile devices.

"Its invention of new materials for electrodes of the cell has paved the way for improvement of the output power density and the voltage.

"Toshiba aims to put the fuel cell on the market by 2003.

"Toshiba has pursued peripheral equipment and electric circuits to drive a real device, and has brought its development to fruition, which by manufacturing a direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) for its PDA "Genio" on a trial basis. The new material lowers the loss of voltage that is caused on the positive electrode, which improved the performance. The company achieved output power density of 25-30mW/cm2 at cell temperatures between 30-40 degrees centigrade, and 110mW/cm2 at 90 degrees centigrade.


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