Friday, 25 July 2008

ABAT ready for showing its expertise during Beijing Summer Olympics

Advanced Battery Technologies’ (ABAT) intelligent battery management system is ready for the forthcoming 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics.

The power management system will be used at the National Aquatic Center. It has been developed and derived from ABAT’s Intelligent Battery Management System (IBMS).

The development, according to the six-year old company, validates that its technology is for multiple uses.

ABAT develops, manufactures, and distributes rechargeable polymer lithium-ion (PLI) battery cells for use in rechargeable PLI batteries for electric automobiles, motorcycles, mine-use lamps, notebook computers, walkie-talkies and other electronic devices

Zhiguo Fu, CEO and chairman, ABAT said that a project of this magnitude authenticates the utility and functionality of company’s Polymer Lithium Ion batteries for electric vehicles.

Its intellectual property polymer lithium ion battery employs stack technique. Its structure is multi-stack parallel connection rolling type. This technique has gained patent rights from State Intellectual Property Office of the People’s Republic of China.

ABAT says various tests done for the product show that it is practically superior to liquid-lithium ion battery that is now widely used in the market.

ABAT has a New York office, with its executive offices and manufacturing facilities in China. Last year, the company had opened an office in Beijing to develop nano-based batteries for electric cars.

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