MIDLAND, Mich (PRWEB) September 10, 2016
XALT Energy has launched a revolutionary high-performance Lithium Titanium Oxide (LTO) cell that has achieved better cycle life performance over a wider range of operating conditions than any lithium ion cell ever built.
"These cells combine outstanding fast-charge performance, unparalleled cycle life, long calendar life and the ability to operate over wide temperature ranges,” says Subhash Dhar, XALT CEO. “The cells exhibit low, stable impedance which minimize heat generation in aggressive high-rate applications with fast charging capability. It easily fits applications requiring extremely high power-to-energy ratios and where safety is critical.”
The Li-Ion LTO cells are produced in XALT’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Midland, Michigan. XALT’s flexible manufacturing facility offers a highly automated process where human hands only touch the product during final inspection before packaging.
The new cells are currently used in pure electric buses for multiple high rate charges on a daily basis.
XALT Energy will be displaying their product at The Battery Show in Novi, Michigan September 13 through 15, 2016, in booth number 1502.
Typical performance characteristics of XALT Li-Ion LTO Cell
Performance Characteristics Typical
Capacity (Rated @ C/3) 60 Ah
Voltage (Nominal) 2.2V
Specific Energy ≥ 76 Wh/kg
Volumetric Energy Density* ≥ 170 Wh/L
DC Resistance (10 s @ 50% SOC) 0.4 mΩ
Specific Power > 1400 W/kg
Cycle Life Typical
100% DOD Cycles @ 1C charge-discharge >40,000 cycles*
80% DOD Cycles @ 1C charge-discharge >62,000 cycles*
60% DOD Cycles @ 1C charge-discharge >110,000 cycles*
*Cycle life to 80% of rated capacity
About XALT Energy
Based in Midland, Michigan, XALT Energy is a leading developer and manufacturer of prismatic, large-format lithium ion battery cells and packs. Based on its proprietary technology and using its state-of-the-art high volume battery manufacturing technology, XALT has become the leading innovative lithium ion cell manufacturer in America. For more information visit http://www.xaltenergy.com