The new products were developed in response to the constant innovation of the eBike industry, which has been driving the development of a growing variety of high-performance electric bikes. The 15 amp-hour battery provides up to 2 kilowatts of power, while the 20 amp-hour model tops out at 2.4 kilowatts, more than enough power for even the most demanding riders.
AllCell’s compact and long-lasting batteries are based on the company’s proprietary thermal management technology, a composite material made of graphite and phase change material (PCM). By absorbing and conducting heat away from the lithium-ion cells, AllCell’s PCM plays the same role that complicated liquid cooling systems perform in today’s electric cars, but at a fraction of the cost. Because no other electric bike batteries have a thermal management system at all, AllCell’s batteries last 50% - 100% longer than analogous competitive batteries. As batteries get larger, the thermal management challenge grows exponentially, which is why AllCell is the only company able to offer such high-capacity 48 volt batteries with high energy density.
“Our new 48 volt batteries fill a distinct niche within the market,” said AllCell CEO Said Al-Hallaj. “If you are building a high performance eBike that requires both high power and long range, but can’t afford to include a bulky, heavy battery, AllCell is your best option.”
About AllCell Technologies
AllCell Technologies (www.allcelltech.com)
For more information, please contact:
Tel: +1-773-922-1155 x216