0Kelvin 
A Revolution IN Battery Technology

19 Minutes Charging
Safest Li-ion Battery
Lasts 3000 Cycles
 
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19

Minutes Charging

3000

Cycles

2C

Continuous Discharge

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176

Wh/Kg

 
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products
powered by 0Kelvin

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insta

Packed with Energy, Low on Weight. Seamless two minute swaps to keep you moving.

lego

Modular Batteries that scale from small city cars to long haul trucks.

power

Fast Charge in minutes, delight with power. Fixed Batteries, designed for the most performance-focused machines.

 

Why do Batteries degrade faster than a Single Cell?

A Li-ion battery is made of a chain of smaller cells. A chain is only as strong as its weakest link. Similarly, the capacity of a battery is determined by the capacity of the weakest cell. Other thermal management solutions have temperature imbalances inside the battery pack. Hotter cells degrade faster than the rest, causing the battery pack to fail prematurely.

Can Li-ion Cells be charged within 20 Minutes?

They can. It requires precise Thermal and Charger Control. It's extremely difficult to charge the battery at a high charge rate due to Lithium Plating. A layer of Lithium metal precipitates on the surface of the Carbon Anode. This Lithium is no longer available for energy storage reactions, resulting in a loss of capacity. With 0Kelvin, we can predict and then control the temperature and current to mitigate Lithium Plating.

What is 0Kelvin?

‘0Kelvin is the trademark for our cell to pack, chemistry agnostic Battery Technology. It manages the battery thermals based on the state of the battery: whether the battery is charging, discharging, or idling.  

0Kelvin has two components to it. 

- Liquid Immersion Cooling(LIC): It ensures that there are no thermal imbalances within the battery. It also provides protection against thermal runaway events.

 

- Smart Temperature Modulation(STM): This is the algorithm that correlates cell State of Charge and Temperature to charging rate and determines the fastest possible rate at which a battery can be changed without adversely affecting the life of the battery

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