Once there were so many thefts in Vijayanagara city which made people alret on the presence of thieves. One night, before going to bed tenaliraman saw some thieves in the bushes near his house. Then he made a plan with his wife.
After a while , the theives outside heard tenaliraman's voice saying to his wife," Dear be careful and lock all the doors n windows as robberies are taking place in the city. I have put all our Jewels in this box, so help me carry it to the well behind our house. we wil throw it into the well. the theives can never get to them this way."
The theives heard all this n they saw tenaliraman and his wife threw the box into the well. then tenaliraman and his wife went into their house n closed all the doors.
The theives were happy at this chance n got busy taking out the water from the well for the whole night to get the box.Early in the morning tenali came to the well n saw the theives drawing water for the whole night. Tenaliraman smiled at them and said ' Thank you friends, for watering my plants. what must I pay u for your labour'.
Hearing this the theives fell at Tenaliraman's feet for forgiveness. Tenaliraman let them go when they promised not to steal or rob anyone ever again.
Electronic manufacturers should consider what truly is the heart of most of their portable devices - the battery. The size, shape, weight, and function are all directly related to the battery that will power them. The battery also provides an essential backup on printed circuits and computer systems. It seems that just about every six months a new battery technology emerges using much more exotic and expensive materials. Think about what the cell phone has become as a direct result of the size and capacity of the batteries powering them. Each successive improvement makes batteries smaller, able to hold a charge longer, and able to charge faster. This article takes a look at some of the new battery technologies and how they will improve the electronics industry.
Sanyo introduced the new "eneloop" battery, which is a rechargeable NiMH battery useable right off the shelf. Unlike previous rechargeable batteries, which have limited shelf life because of their rapid discharge, these batteries retain 85% of their charge even after one year. Because this battery can be used for thousands of charges and is easily recycled, it is much more convenient, cost-effective, and eco-friendly than the traditional single-use batteries.
Toshiba Corporation has announced a breakthrough in lithium-ion batteries that makes long recharge times a thing of the past. The company's new battery can recharge 80% of a battery's energy capacity in close to one minute, approximately 60 times faster than the typical lithium-ion batteries in wide use today. The battery also has a long life cycle, losing only 1% of capacity after 1,000 cycles of discharging and recharging, and can operate at very low temperatures.
Techtronic Industries Co. Ltd. of Hong Kong developed the V28™. This 28-volt battery delivers increased power and up to twice the run time of traditional 18-volt models, yet the battery weighs slightly less. This means the introduction of new tools like the world's first cordless band saw powerful enough for every day professional use. Containing no cadmium, the lithium ion battery has built-in fuel gauge that tells users how much run time is available. In addition, this battery is equipped with built-in Performance Optimizing Circuit to provide consistent, fade-free power throughout discharge cycle to ensure job power consistency.
Panasonic Batteries has its new Digital Xtreme Power batteries with oxyride technology, designed to last twice as long as regular alkaline batteries, according to the company. They utilize a combination of newly developed materials for the cathode (plus side): Oxy Nickel Hydroxide and new technologically developed manganese dioxide and graphite. According to Panasonic, that means the batteries will yield three times as many snapshots with a digital camera, with a shorter flash recovery time.