|Voltage||1.8 – 2.0 v|
|Recharge time||10 – 40 seconds with Intec’s patented fast charge system.|
|Shelf Life||“Alpha” prototypes are over three years old and have been used in various tests for over 1000 cycles with zero
|Fast Charge System||Intec Battery uses a third terminal for charging through
an isolated field allowing for a high input charge without
damaging the main cell composition. This “patch charging”
system is a separate patent held by Intec which can also apply to other battery types.
|Operating Conditions||As mentioned this system can be operated in any
orientation as the electrolyte is a quasi solid.
The Intec Battery is not sealed. All working prototypes are open to the air with no measurable loss to evaporation.
No cooling system is required.
No containment system is required (they do not explode or emit heat or toxic elements).
|Cost||The Intec Battery’s main constituting elements are aluminum, carbon and other readily available organic materials. Construction of the cells does not require any special apparatus or controlled environment.|
|Current Density||800 mA/g (active mass)|
|Specific Capacity||150 Ah/kg; Based on “Alpha” prototypes; new values will be
available in the near future.
|Energy Density||Third party testing of Intec’s “Alpha” cells at Kettering University indicate a density in the range of 250-500 Wh/kg. Subsequent Intec Energy lab tests on the newest generation cells have resulted in values higher than 500 Wh/kg.|