The complete technical aspects of this Energy Storage (ES) are quite complex, and the engineering and levels of automation integrated into the technology are also quite sophisticated, however our technology improves charge, discharge capacity and storage in an efficient manner compared to conventional electrode designed systems thus producing a greater storage density for unit volume, and significantly improved charge and discharge rates.
Key points of this technology as follows:
Conventional ES devices utilize electrode base charge and discharge mechanisms to effect energy transfer to and from the storage medium. Energy transfer is limited by the maximum flow of the electrode system, regardless of storage capacity.
Our medium can operate at much higher temperatures than conventional storage or battery systems.
Our energy storage device also incorporates highly conductive pathways embedded into the storage medium. These conductive pathways act in a similar fashion as arteries in the human body, moving energy in or out of the system with extreme efficiency.
Advances in conventional systems have been made to improve charge and discharge capability by linking basic storage devices in parallel and thus charging multiple internal devices simultaneously to improve overall charge and discharge efficiency.
A key proprietary element in our ES device is the charge and discharge method. We have significantly improved charge times for the ES device and further provided a controlled level of flexibility when discharging from the ES device.
Our device in effect, absorbs a large charge quickly, but discharge can be varied depending on the application requirements.
Our ES device can be configured for a number of applications. The use of precision automated systems allows consistency in circuit design for charge and discharge control.
Production design for the main components, such as storage medium is highly automated with precision control, allowing for a manufacture of various configurations for different applications. Current designs will accommodate ES devices in a range of 2 – 500KW charge capacity and 30 – 120 KWH storage capacity.
Utilizing this base ES structure concept, a bench trial was conducted which developed a 2KW charge capacity in a laptop or notebook computer. Conventional high performance laptop computers running on battery use will last from 1 – 3 hours depending on the number of applications. Our ES bench model fully charged had an endurance running at high performance levels with multiple applications active to a total of 297 hours.
Research and application development is ongoing as we seek to develop processes and capabilities for micro devices and a wider range of applications.
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