Reference Library (Articles)
|2015-04-30||Lithium Ion/Polymer Battery Assembly Design and Trends|
|2013-06-26||Presentation Lion Polymer|
|2013-06-26||Lithium Battery Shipping Basics|
|2013-06-26||High Efficiency & Fast Charging Battery Charger Designs|
|2013-06-26||Choosing the Right Lithium Ion Cell for your Battery Pack|
|2013-06-26||IEC 62133 2 nd Edition: All you need to know about the new standard|
|2013-06-26||Wireless Power for OEMs|
|2013-06-26||MHP-TA Devices Resettable TCO for Lithium Battery Protection|
|2013-06-26||Accurate Battery Management in High Power, Compact and Low Cost Applications via Impedance Compact and Low Cost Applications via Impedance Spectra based Dynamic Voltage Correlation (DVC) Spectra based Dynamic Voltage Correlation|
|2011-06-13||Limitless Wireless: Hybrid Lithium Batteries Can Power Remote Wireless Sensors for over 25 Years|
|2011-05-23||Protecting high-rate-discharge Li-ion battery packs|
|2011-05-02||Articles on Lithium Thionyl Chloride (Li-SOCl2)|
|2011-04-06||Power Solutions: Leader of the Pack|
|2010-04-01||New Developments in Battery Design and Trends|
|2010-04-01||Lithium Ion/Polymer Battery Assembly Design and Trends - Newer Presentation|
|2009-07-22||Avnet Marketing and House of Batteries sign Americas Distribution Agreement|
|2009-06-01||House of Batteries has signed an agreement with Avnet Electronics|
House of Batteries has signed an agreement with Avnet Electronics to be their only supplier of batteries and custom battery packs for world wide sales. Avnet is the largest electronics distributor in the world. They have 43 branches and 400 outside sales people in the US alone. We are very excited about this relationship and expect it should expand our sales into many new markets and customers.
|2009-04-30||House of Batteries has obtained ITAR|
|2009-04-29||GSA Schedule Award|
|2009-03-31||IATA Packing Instructions 965-970 (Lithium Batteries)|
|2009-01-26||IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations|
|2007-04-05||Woman Owned House of Batteries Earns Lockheed Martin Award|
Company is the only battery assembler to receive "Outstanding Provider" Award
ORLANDO, FL – House of Batteries (HOB) of Fountain Valley, CA, the largest certified woman-owned battery company in the U.S., was the only custom battery assembler to be recognized by Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) as an Outstanding Small Business Provider (OSBP) for 2006 during Lockheed’s OSBP awards ceremony March 26, 2007, in Orlando, FL.
Each year, Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control and Lockheed Martin Simulation Training & Support select small businesses that have consistently provided outstanding support and products. Only a select few from thousands of Lockheed Martin suppliers nationwide are recognized for superior quality in goods and service.
At a March 26, 2007 awards banquet in Orlando, executives from Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control and Lockheed Martin Simulation, Training and Support presented awards to 15 companies, with House of Batteries the only battery supplier to receive the OSBP.
“Small business partners such as House of Batteries bring a unique skill set to our products and services,” said Dale Bennett, president of Lockheed Martin Simulation, Training & Support. “We have developed a long and valuable relationship with them and take pride in recognizing the significant role they play in our success.”
“We are very proud of this award,” said Maggie West, CEO of HOB. “It is testament to our intense focus on quality, engineering expertise and world class process control in every aspect of our battery assembly operations. This benefits all our customers and is especially critical for valued partners such as Lockheed Martin.”
Headquartered in Bethesda, Md., Lockheed Martin employs 140,000 people worldwide and is engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, and integration of advanced technology systems.
HOB is the largest woman-owned battery distributor and assembler in the U.S and is an authorized assembler for 30 battery manufacturers. HOB produces 250,000 custom battery assemblies monthly and has operations in California, Mexico, and China. HOB stocks over two million batteries and employs a large team of electrical engineers and technical salespeople, with sales representatives nationwide.
|2004-12-16||A Fuel cell to power your phone|
|2004-12-15||Choosing between Lithium ION and Lithium Polymer Batteries|
|2004-12-15||Building safer Li-lon batteries|
|2004-12-14||Pitfalls when recharging batteries|
|2004-08-19||How to select a battery|
|2004-08-19||Learn About Batteries|
|0000-00-00||Revised IATA 2011 Regulations for the transport of Lithium Batteries by Air|