Enevate XFC-Energy technology is suitable for both cylindrical and prismatic elements.
Enevate, a company specializing in the development of high energy density lithium-ion batteries and fast charging, designed for electric vehicles, said that it has applied its innovative developments to power supplies for power tools.
As a result, it was possible to significantly increase energy density. For example, a cylindrical element 21700 may have a capacity of 5.9 Ah; whereas for elements available on the market this indicator averages 4 Ah. Enevate’s battery benefits also include low temperature performance and high charging speed.
In particular, battery testing has shown that it can be used at temperatures up to -20 ° C. The battery supports a discharge rate of 10C (that is, say, a battery with a capacity of 150 Ah can be discharged with a current of 1500 A) As for the charge rate, Enevate XFC-Energy technology provides 75% of the full charge in just five minutes at a charging speed of 10C. This is about six times faster than with the typical batteries available today.
Enevate XFC-Energy technology is suitable for both cylindrical and prismatic elements. In the market, new batteries for power tools may appear in the next year or two. The lineup of batteries for electric vehicles will come in 2024 or 2025.