Development of a Small, Long-Life Electricity Storage Device Using Lithium Ion Batteries for Black-Outs

NICHICON CORPORATION has developed and will begin selling a small, long-life electricity storage device using lithium ion batteries, with a rated capacity of 50kVA to 100kVA, which are able to act as countermeasures against not only momentary voltage drops but also blackouts. The line-up will be on show at the CEATEC JAPAN 2012 exhibition to be held at Makuhari Messe from 2–6 October (Tues-Sat).

Until now, the company had developed and sold the electricity storage system for momentary voltage drops applying the Electric Double Layer Capacitors (EDLC) to act as a power backup system in counter for a momentary voltage drop, as well as the storage battery-based dispersed power source system using lithium ion rechargeable batteries.

In regard to the domestic power supply in Japan, there has been a growing demand for a power source backup system following the Great East Japan Earthquake. This product answers to these needs by using our technology and knowledge, and by providing a countermeasure against not only temporary voltage drops but also black-outs.

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