The simplicity of our technology allows the design of drive systems from 0.1 to 1000kW that are robust and reliable, with multi-redundant elements, and a real degree of "future-proofing".
Design for high power at low voltages requires heavily parallel configurations, which automatically brings very high levels of redundancy. High redundancy means that loss of a single battery, battery circuit or motor element causes only slight performance degradation. This “soft-fail” characteristic means our systems will keep operating long after a typical HV system would have failed.
No Software Required
All our drive systems use analog controls for robust performance and to remove technology obsolesce risks. No software licenses or programming tools are required to support the system, so our systems should still be serviceable several decades from now. Our systems are also inherently "hack-proof".
The use of single-cell parallel batteries means cells and main system elements can be swapped in the field with simple tools, offering high levels of serviceability. Cells can safely be removed and replaced while the system is live.
Our systems can concurrently use batteries of different states of charge, different sizes and different chemistries, and with full efficiency. Together with the ability for user battery swapping, this provides a simple upgrade path when new batteries and battery types become available.
So, if you have an application which previously seemed too risky for an electric drive solution, we can show you an alternative approach.