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The Japanese decided to tackle the safety standards of lithium-ion batteries
Industry organizations bringing together Japanese manufacturers of products such as laptops, cell phones and digital cameras are working together to develop safety standards for lithium-ion batteries, the source said.
Specifically, there are four organizations involved – Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA), Battery Association of Japan (BAJ), Communications and Information Network Association of Japan (CIAJ), and Camera & Imaging Products Association (CIPA). The joint efforts of the listed participants are aimed at the formulation of technical specifications that are expected to make lithium-ion batteries safer.
In fact, the manufacturers’ actions are a response to the growing consumer concern caused by periodic reports of overheating and burning of batteries.
On the practical side, JEITA and BAJ have already released a document entitled “The Guidelines for The Safe Usage of Lithium Ion Batteries in Notebook PCs”. Probably, the content of the “recommendations” will become one of the subjects of discussion by the above-mentioned organizations.
The jointly agreed specifications are expected to become the Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS). In addition, and this is already more interesting for consumers outside of Japan, organizations plan to offer their standards to international organizations, including the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).