Printing Electronics Company InnovationLab has announced a new battery monitoring solution for EV called BaMoS.
BaMoS consists of touch film, electronics and software. The ultra-thin printed foil of the sensor measures the pressure and temperature at the level of the cells in the batteries. Pressure sensors are located between the batteries and measure the state of charge, detect abnormal behavior and prevent recharging. Electronics collects and processes data. The solution also includes software that provides live visualization, storage and analysis of data. The size, resolution and substrate material of BaMoS can be customized according to customer preferences.
According to InnovationLab, the ability to collect data at the cellular level can increase battery life by up to 40%, and new technology will help manufacturers expand the EV range by improving battery research and development.
“Measurement is the first step that leads to improved battery control and performance. Our flexible ultra-thin printed sensors provide the detailed and accurate data needed to improve the performance and battery life of electric vehicles, ”says Luat Nguyen, Head of InnovationLab.
Charged EVs | The new InnovationLab battery monitoring system collects data at the cellular level
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