Alexander Technologies

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Alexander Technologies
Alexander Technologies is listed in the Batteries Wholesale & Manufacturers category in Mason City, Iowa. Displayed below are the social networks for Alexander Technologies which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Alexander Technologies on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 69.

Contact information for Alexander Technologies is:
1511 S Garfield Pl
Mason City, IA 50401
(641) 421-7240

"Alexander Technologies" - ZapScore Report

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Alexander Technologies has an overall ZapScore of 69. This means that Alexander Technologies has a higher ZapScore than 69% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Mason City, Iowa is 47 and in the Batteries Wholesale & Manufacturers category is 38. Learn more about ZapScore

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Understanding Lithium Batteries In Portable Electronics: http://electronicdesign.com/power/understanding-lithium-batteries-portable-electronics
Today’s Li-ion battery technology is driven by consumer demands for applications that have more computing power and come in thinner, smaller packages. In response, design engineers and components manufacturers must continue to find to find creative solutions that conform to these requirements.


Understanding Lithium Batteries In Portable Electronics electronicdesign.com/power/understa…

Cell Balancing: Better Safe than Sorry (Part 2): http://www.batterypoweronline.com/main/blogs/cell-balancing-better-safe-than-sorry-part-2/#sthash.FPDJ7VGn

Interesting article on cell balancing for Li-ion battery pack applications . . .
http://www.batterypoweronline.com/main/blogs/cell-balancing-better-safe-than-sorry-part/#sthash.ReEsJktw.RYpPmJve

Interesting article on cell balancing for Li-ion battery pack applications:
Many of us can still remember when seat-belt laws started becoming the norm a while back.


Cell Balancing: Better Safe Than Sorry (Part 1) shar.es/B0nSx

Now that the Federal Aviation Administration is allowing the use of electronic devices such as tablets and iPads during takeoff and landing it’s more important than ever to understand how to safely pack and carry battery powered devices during air travel. Here are some tips from the US DOT for safe air travel with electronic devices and spare batteries. Batteries pose little risk when contained within the devices they power if steps are taken to prevent inadvertent activation. Spare batteries can be packed in carry-on baggage if steps are taken to protect against short circuits. Transport battery-powered devices or spare batteries in carry-on baggage. In the passenger compartment, flight crews can better monitor safety conditions to prevent an incident, and can access fire extinguishers if an incident occurs. If you must carry battery-powered devices in your checked baggage you must take steps to prevent inadvertent activation. Cordless power tools, for instance, should be packed in a protective case, with trigger lock engaged. Many travelers like the convenience of readily available spare batteries. It's safe to travel with them , but you must follow these simple spare battery tips: Pack spare batteries in carry-on baggage. In the passenger compartment, flight crews can better monitor safety conditions to prevent an incident, and can access fire extinguishers, if an incident does occur. Keep spare batteries in the original retail packaging to prevent unintentional activation or short-circuiting. For loose batteries, place tape across the battery's contacts to isolate terminals. Isolating terminals prevents short circuiting. If original packaging is not available, effectively insulate battery terminals by isolating spare batteries from contact with other batteries and metal. Place each battery in its own protective case, plastic bag, or package. Do not permit a loose battery to come in contact with metal objects, such as coins, keys, or jewelry. Only charge batteries that you are certain are rechargeable! Non-rechargeable batteries are not designed for re-charging, and become hazards if they are placed in a battery charger. If you have charged a non-rechargeable battery, do NOT bring it on board an aircraft. Only use chargers designed for your type of batteries. If unsure about compatibility, contact the product manufacturer. Take steps to prevent crushing, puncturing, or putting a high degree of pressure on the battery, as this can cause an internal short-circuit, resulting in overheating. For additional tips and information on battery safety please visit: http://SafeTravel.dot.gov
DOT's rule on carrying lithium batteries during air travel, which took effect January 1, 2008, prohibits loose (spare) lithium batteries in checked baggage , i.e., large suitcases handed to the airline.