I have to power a circuit subject to constant vibrations (10-15 Hz with an amplitude of ca 10 millimiters) with a battery and I was thinking of a Lithium Thionyl Chloride Battery. The circuit has to be attached under a vibrating table.
The circuit is made of an accelerometer and a gyroscope (MPU6050) with a bluetooth module (HC-06) all smd-soldered, and the battery.
The circuit is going to sample and send data I get from an accelerometer and a gyroscope to an Arduino through a Bluetooth connection (once every hour, then I enter in power-saving mode and switch off the sensors).
I found many batteries online around 7,5 Ah that could theoretically power my circuit for 38 years (My max current consumption would be 30-40 mA only when pairing to the Arduino; in normal circumstances the power consumption should be around 8 mA)
Are they safe in my vibrating environment? I am going to pot the circuit, so also the battery will be potted with the rest of the circuit. Is it going to have problems with that?