Boston-Power’s Swing® and Sonata® high density lithium-ion cell products offer industry-leading performance for applications that value wide operating temperature (-40C to 70C), long cycle life (>1000 at 100% DOD, >3000 at 80% DOD), fast charge capability and unmatched safety features. Swing 5300 can be broadly used in small to large format battery packs. For small format applications that require the most advanced safety features, Sonata 5300 offers unique benefits to industrial, medical, military, consumer electronics, and other portable power applications.
Boston-Power’s Swing 5300 offers the highest usable energy density combined with a longer cycle life at broad operating temperatures and unmatched safety features. It is ideal for a wide range of applications including Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs), Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV), Light Commercial Vehicles (LCV), Neighborhood Electric Vehicles (NEV), and Stationary Energy Storage.
Boston-Power’s Sonata 5300 is a high performance lithium-ion rechargeable cell. Its exceptional energy density, industry-leading cycle life, fast charge capability, and industry leading safety features make the Sonata 5300 an ideal solution for industrial, medical, military, notebook computer sensor, and other portable power applications.
Highly Scalable, Highly Reliable, "No-Weld" Integration systems for large format Automotive and Industrial Battery Module Solutions.
The Ensemble Module System is a revolutionary "kit" of standard components that allows OEMs and pack assemblers a simple, cost-effective way to assemble large format battery pack solutions. Available in 155 Wh and 116 Wh increments, module designs can be created to meet a wide variety of voltage and capacity requirements for large format electric vehicle (EV) and Energy Storage Systems (ESS).
Standard battery “building block” for electric vehicles that combine the advantages of small cells with large format cells and deliver. Simple terminal connections and optional thermistor allow for ease of integration into modules and packs without having to worry about individual cell welding.