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Larger screens, more effective materials and more and more things inside a mobile. But the problem is always the same: autonomy. What good is having the entire NASA on a smartphone if the battery is going to last a sigh, at most a day or a day and a half? Well, until the issue of battery capacity is fixed, we will always have the fast recharge, which in recent years has been making its way in the world of Mobile Telephony.
Full battery charge in 6 minutesAnd sometimes we don't have the 60 minutes that a mobile phone usually needs on average current to charge your battery 100%. There are faster, with batteries that are fully charged in 30-45 minutes, But it's still a while to wait. Although, what if they were loaded in less time, in just 6 minutes? There are mobiles that offer Quick Charge systems that with 15 minutes already have a 50% battery, but doc According to the company Echion Technologies it is possible with its technology.
Battery specialist born at the University of Cambridge, the company Echion Tecnologies has announced that it is preparing a technology with commercial visos that will suddenly reduce the charging time of a mobile battery to only 6 minutes. And the best part is that it can also be applied to electric vehicles, which will take exactly the same amount of time to charge their batteries 100%.
Jean de la Verpilliere, CEO of Echion Technologies, and Alex Groombridge, CT, with their new battery materialA new materialHow does it work? the doctor Jean de la Verpilliere He didn't want to reveal the hidden ace under the sleeve that your team has, but it is known that It is created with a mixture of graphite material. Verpilliere, which in 2017 conceived a material that could be used in lithium batteries, works to increase the performance of lithium and lithium-ion batteries. And according to him “is about a new type of energy that allows you to charge something in 6 minutes, not 45. This includes a car, so your electric vehicle will be as easy to charge as if you were filling the tank in a conventional way. ”
The expert points out that the current problem is that Current batteries get very hot when you have them recharged quickly “And can explode. This new material, of which I cannot say anything, will accept the rapid recharge without danger of safety unlike graphite. It seems that Echion has taken a lithium battery and modified the electrolyte of which it makes use, changing the graphite for this new material.
But surely the million dollar question is:When will we see batteries made with this material? At the moment the thing is a bit distant, because in Echion they can only manufacture 1 kilo of the compound per day. Although they are working to streamline processes and methods and create more than 1,000 tons a day, which would make it commercially viable. The idea is to market the material at the beginning of 2020 in the form of a prototype, although quality tests come first.
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