BATTERY REPLACEMENT REQUIRED
1000 CHARGE CYCLES
SHORTEN BATTERY LIFE
COMPLETE CHARGE IN ONLY 2 HOURS
3000 CHARGE CYCLES
INCREASE BATTERY LIFE
WITH LOW POWER
WITH 20 TIMES HIGHER POWER
LESS THAN 30 MINUTES
DAILY REMOTE CONTROL
Its extremely high electrochemical potential (willingness to transfer electrons) makes it a powerful component of lithium batteries.
A typical lithium ion battery generates 2.4 to 3.7 volts per element, depending on the chemistry used.
The first lithium batteries were developed around 1912 by Gilbert N.Lewis, but it was SONY that marketed the first lithium battery in 1990.
Today, there are more than 80 different chemicals in a lithium ion battery, which has unique performance metrics (energy density, power density, battery life) and different costs.
We chose Li-Fe-PO4 chemistry - the safest and most stable on the market.
It's available in the large-capacity formats (100 - 200 - 300 Ah) required in industrial applications, so there's no need to connect a great number
of small cells in parallel, which lowers stability and can diminish the general safety of the battery pack.
Since these batteries are larger, maintenance is performed on-site, and the lithium cells can be replaced easily and quickly.
HOW A FLASH BATTERY LITHIUM BATTERY IS DIFFERENT
The cells in a lithium battery have different capacities, resistances and self-discharging.
This means that when one cell is 100% charged, another may be 95% charged. This difference seems small, but it can increase with each charge cycle until it becomes quite large, which lowers the general range of the battery and the vehicle.
Traditional balancing systems apply resistance to the cells with the greatest charge in an attempt to "lower" them to the level of the lowest cell.
Although it's a simple and economical method, it's also extremely slow: 4 to 8 hours on average are required for balancing alone (in addition to the earlier charging step)
This results in 20 times faster balancing without increasing overall recharge time to a significant extent.
Traditional balancing systems require a much longer time, so when they're interrupted because the battery needs to be used, the result is a gradual reduction in available energy over time: vehicles and machines thus lose range at every cycle.
If unexpected repairs are need, the Flash Balancing System makes it possible to add or replace cells throughout the life of the battery, which overcomes the limits of traditional systems in keeping the higher and lower-performing cells balanced.
high-frequency ACTIVE and PASSIVE balancinG
balancing times of less than 30 minutes
for the weakest cells during discharge
50 temperature sensors on an 80V battery
AND EASY ON-SITE REPAIRS
The control electronics in a Flash Battery battery keeps it balanced and efficient from every standpoint.
This eliminates the need for regular maintenance, with great savings as compared with other batteries.
The battery's internal architecture and combined balancing allow repairs to be made by non-specialised personnel. The repairs can be made directly at the user's location, thus avoiding burdensome transport costs and long machine down time.
OF FLASH BATTERY TECHNOLOGY
Safety is one of the strong points of Flash Battery batteries.
Even if it's short-circuited, a Flash Battery battery remains safe.
Flash Battery batteries are equipped with heating and cooling systems to ensure correct operation at temperatures of -30°C to 45°C.