TADIRAN Batteries are the
proven choice for remote wireless applications

Remote wireless and sensing applications are simply no place for unproven battery technologies.


Tadiran bobbin-type LiSOCl2 batteries and TLI Series industrial grade rechargeable Li-ion batteries have been PROVEN to deliver reliable long-life performance in a wide variety of remote sensing applications, including:

• AMR utility meters

• System Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)

• Data loggers

• Measurement while drilling

• GPS emergency locators

• Animal tracking devices

• GPS asset/container tracking

• GPS vehicle tracking

• Oceanographic measurement

• Environmental Measurement

• Sonobuoys

• Military & Aerospace system

• RFID devices


When a self-contained power supply is required, Tadiran bobbin-type LiSOCl2 batteries are the preferred choice because they feature the highest energy density of all lithium chemistries (1,420 Wh/l) high capacity, and the ability to withstand extreme temperatures (-55°C to +125°C). Our bobbin-type LiSOCl2 batteries also offer up to 40-year operating life due to extremely low self-discharge (less than 1% per year). These rugged cells also have a unique safety feature that protects against extreme temperature, pressure, puncture, shock and vibration.


If your application requires medium to high pulses to power advanced two-way wireless communications or remote shut-off capabilities, Tadiran offers two options: PulsesPlusTM and TRR Series batteries.


For energy harvesting applications that require an industrial grade rechargeable Li-ion battery, Tadiran offers TLI Series batteries that operate for up to 20 years and 5,000 full recharge cycles. TLI Series batteries also offer an extended temperature range (-40°C to +85°C) and the ability to deliver high pulses.


If your remote wireless application calls for a long-life battery, don’t settle for anything less than Tadiran, the world’s toughest, longest-lasting, and energetic batteries.


For more information, please contact us or complete our application questionnaire.

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(As appeared in Sensors)

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