EV battery pack from Xinen to enhance consumer safety
Anhui Xinen Technology Company, Ltd. has announced the launch of its electric vehicle (EV) battery pack that is reportedly fire, water, leak, and temperature resistant. The company states that the pack’s measures against explosions resolves the most critical problem in the EV industry: to provide uncompromised safety and reliability for consumers.
Xinen’s patented battery pack module is composed of hundreds of battery cells positioned in closely packed cylinders arranged in a honeycomb configuration that, according to the company, delivers the highest density in the industry: 518 cells as opposed to 444 cells. The additional cells are to increase vehicle power for greater performance and driving range.
Even temperatures are created by surrounding the battery-cell cylinders with coolant fluid. This process is designed to prevent hot spots and improve cell longevity. Isolating each cell helps to prevent faulty cells from affecting others in case of a catastrophic event.
Xinen’s battery pack uses silicone rubber to make it fire resistant, water resistant, leak resistant, shock, and vibration resistant, and it allows the battery pack to operate in a wide range of temperatures. This keeps the cells thermally isolated from the environment, thus minimizing the power required to maintain the battery cells at the required optimal temperature for charging, discharging, or parking.
Xinen is currently offering two types of battery modules for EVs: Module 518 for cars and Module 92 for motorcycles. Xinen is delivering samples to customers such as JAC Motors, Youxia Motors, Pilot Motorcycle, and Corbin Technology. Xinen expects to begin broader distribution by the end of 2017.
Learn more at www.xinentechco.com.