Enevate Announces Ultrafast Charging Feature for Its Li-ion Batteries
HD-Energy® batteries capable of 90% charge in 15 minutes and with increased energy density
IRVINE, CALIF.--(Business Wire / Korea Newswire) October 27, 2015 -- Enevate Corporation (www.enevate.com), a technology leader in Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries, announces ultrafast charging for their batteries with HD-Energy® Technology (http://goo.gl/jvzjVO). Enevate’s ultrafast charging feature has been demonstrated to provide a 90% charge in 15 minutes (4C charge rate) while increasing energy, capacity and performance when compared to today’s conventional Li-ion batteries.
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Headquartered in Irvine, California, Enevate (www.enevate.com) has developed advanced Li-ion batteries based on new materials and cell designs with significantly higher volumetric and gravimetric energy density in thinner and lighter form factors, and with significantly higher charging rates than current conventional Li-ion batteries. Enevate’s novel HD-Energy Technology (http://goo.gl/jvzjVO) utilizes silicon-dominant composite anodes for rechargeable Li-ion polymer batteries which dramatically increases energy density by 25-50% over conventional graphite anode cells - giving over a decade of technology advancement as compared to the current rate of improvement of Li-ion technology. Enevate’s new batteries enable smartphones, tablets, ultra-thin notebook PCs, and drones with longer runtimes in less space and weight.
“Enevate (www.enevate.com) continues to add new performance tiers to our technology. Ultrafast charging is another Enevate breakthrough,” said Brian Wong (http://goo.gl/y3BbPI), CEO of Enevate. “Now you can charge your phone in the time it takes to get a cup of coffee - and also have more energy and capacity too.”
“The charge rate of Enevate batteries can be 5-10 times faster than conventional batteries due to multiple reasons, including faster kinetics of silicon,” said Dr. Benjamin Park (http://goo.gl/y3BbPI), Founder and CTO of Enevate. “Enevate’s (www.enevate.com) unique silicon Li-ion batteries deliver both ultrafast charging and high energy density at the same time. The batteries are resistant to lithium plating during charging which allows for cycle life to be maintained even with high charge rates.”
For example, a 3000 mAh Enevate battery with HD-Energy Technology (http://goo.gl/jvzjVO) using a 12 Amp charge (4C rate) achieves 90% capacity in 15 minutes with no degradation in energy or capacity. Using a 6 Amp charge (2C rate), the same 3000mAh Enevate battery charges to 90% in 25 minutes.
“Our customers have found ultrafast charging at this speed to be highly valuable to differentiate their mobile devices and are excited to quickly implement this feature into their products,” said Jarvis Tou (http://goo.gl/y3BbPI), Executive Vice President of Marketing and Products at Enevate. “Enevate’s (www.enevate.com) batteries and technology change how people will use their mobile devices while enhancing their device capabilities.”
About Enevate (www.enevate.com)
Enevate Corporation (www.enevate.com) is an advanced rechargeable energy storage company focused on next generation mobile devices and drones with global headquarters in Irvine, CA. Enevate’s batteries with breakthrough HD-Energy Technology (http://goo.gl/jvzjVO) deliver significant performance improvement over conventional Li-ion batteries. Investors include Mission Ventures, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Tsing Capital, Infinite Potential Technologies, Presidio Ventures - a Sumitomo Corporation company, and CEC Capital. Enevate, the Enevate logo, and HD-Energy are registered trademarks and eBoost is a trademark of the Enevate Corporation.
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