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HLCHome Loans Canada (CIBC Mortgages and Lending, Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
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HLCHaugland Learning Center (Ohio)
HLCHigh Layer Compatibility
HLCHigh Level Control
HLCHospital Liaison Committee
HLCHonolulu Liquor Commission (Honolulu, HI)
HLCHeartless Crew (band, UK)
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HLCHousing Legal Clinic (Australia)
HLCHabitual Line Crosser
HLCHelp Learning Center (Philippines)
HLCHuntsville Lakes Council (Canada)
HLCHigh Level Communications (Italy)
HLCHalf Life Chess
HLCHistoric Landscape Character(isation) (UK)
HLCHost LAN Controller
HLCHeavy/Light Corps
HLCHard-Limited Channel
HLCHost LAN Computer
HLCHome Office II Line Card (Nortel)
HLCHistoric Lotus Club (automotive group)
HLCHierarchical Caching System
HLCHEED (Health, Education and Economic Development) Language Center (Bangladesh)
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Bobbin-type LiSOCI2 cells can also be modified with a patented hybrid layer capacitor (HLC) to deliver periodic high pulses for advanced wireless communications.
A patented version of this battery, the PulsesPlus, combines a standard bobbin-type LiSOCl2 cell with a hybrid layer capacitor to deliver low background current along with periodic high pulses, which is ideal for AEDs and for powering advanced two-way communications.
One alternative is to create a hybrid lithium thionyl chloride battery that combines a standard long-life bobbin-type [LiSOCL.sub.2] cell with a patented hybrid layer capacitor (HLC).
One alternative is to use PulsesPlus lithium thionyl chloride batteries that combine a standard long-life bobbin-type LiSOCL2 cell with a patented hybrid layer capacitor (HLC).
TLI Series batteries use technology found in the company's hybrid layer capacitor (HLC), which stores the high-current pulses required for two-way wireless communications and has been field-proven in millions of cells to deliver 25+ year service life.
A new type of lithium ion rechargeable battery, the TLI Series, was introduced that utilizes a modified version of Tadiran's patented hybrid layer capacitor (HLC) to deliver 10 year service life, 5,000 recharge cycles, extremely low annual self-discharge (less than 5 percent per year), high current pulses (up to 5 A), a much wider temperature range (-40[degrees]C to 85[degrees]C, storage up to 90[degrees]C, and the ability to be recharged at extreme temperatures (10 hour rate).
To address this issue, engineers at Tadiran successfully combined lithium thionyl chloride chemistry with a unique Hybrid Layer Capacitor (HLC) to create PulsesPlus hybrid cells, which offer higher capacity, lower self-discharge (less than 1 percent/year), lower equivalent serial resistance, a broader temperature range (-40[degrees]C to 85[degrees]C), as
These batteries use technology found in Tadiran's hybrid layer capacitor (HLC), which stores the high current pulses required for two-way wireless communications, and according to the company, has been field-proven in millions of cells to deliver 25+ year service life.
To address this growing need, engineers at Tadiran developed PulsesPlus, a patented hybrid battery that combines a bobbin-type primary cell with a high rate, low impedance hybrid layer capacitor (HLC) to store and discharge high current pulses.
To address this need, engineers at Tadiran developed PulsesPlus, a patented hybrid battery that combines a bobbin-type primary cell with a high-rate, low-impedance hybrid layer capacitor (HLC).
The 3.6 V devices also have a hermetically sealed hybrid layer capacitor and bobbin-type construction.
To overcome this, Tadiran has developed PulsesPlus[TM], a hybrid battery that combines a bobbin-type cell with a patented high rate, low impedance HLC (hybrid layer capacitor).