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Nanophosphate lithium ion battery

A123Systems has developed and commercialise patented Nanophosphate™ lithium ion battery technology that provides engineers and application evelopers with high power, excellent abuse tolerance, and very long life and from single cells to Heavy Duty packs. The low impedance Nanophosphate electrode technology provides significant performance advantages over alternative high power technologies. The cell and electrodes are designed to deliver low cost/watt and cost/watt-hour performance. They have higher voltage than other long-life systems, enabling lower pack cost when compared to LTO and NiMh. Their long life leads to reduced lifecycle and system costs resulting in greater overall price-performance. Nanophosphate is a positive electrode material of remarkable rate capability, critical to high power systems. High power products are able to pulse at discharge rates as high as 100C and deliver superior power by weight or volume in a cost effective solution. With their low impedance and thermally conductive design, A123 high power cells can be continuously discharged at a 35C rate, a marked improvement over other rechargeable battery alternatives. Chrysler is using batteries from A123 Systems in its planned electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids because the company's battery cells the basic components of a battery pack met Chrysler's performance and safety specifications, and the company was developing battery modules that could be easily adapted to fit different vehicles.

1 Responses to “Nanophosphate lithium ion battery”

Elizabeth J. Neal said...
October 21, 2015 at 11:24 PM

They have higher voltage than other long-life systems, enabling lower pack cost when compared to LTO and NiMh. Their long life leads to reduced lifecycle and system costs resulting in greater overall price-performance. Nanophosphate is a positive electrode material of remarkable rate capability, extend battery life


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