Battery test tech for continuous flow system

October 14, 2019 //By Nick Flaherty
Battery test tech for continuous flow system
ConFlow Power has acquired AI-based battery test technology from Apollo Research Labs in Gibraltar for its continuous flow technology.

ConFlow Power is developing a renewable generator using a combination of Nano technology and Nano film, coupled with natural gases in the atmosphere, to create a totally self-renewing power source, and itself was acquired this year for an undisclosed sum by E-Getx of London, UK. The battery test technology will be rebranded BatteryWare under a new wholly owned subsidiary of E-Getx.

ConFlow Power looks like a battery and acts like a battery but is a combination of an on-board generator and a capacitor, performing similarly to a battery or electric power source. The ConFlow Power Device can be used in a multitude of sectors, including electronics, automobiles, computing, and mobile communications. It also has heavy industrial capabilities and applications, and ConFlow Power has adopted a strategy of licensing the technology to different regions and sectors.

BatteryWare will be exclusively used for the first in the field tests of the ConFlow Power Device to be conducted during the 1st quarter of 2020. This brings data directly from the battery or power source in real time and whilst under stress in everyday use. Originally designed for batteries, it is now being adapted to test for various factors unique to the ConFlow Power Device such as recharge rates and battery life, and speed and flow of power whilst in use. 

The first tests will be conducted on a Tesla battery unit acquired by the new development team at BatteryWare and takes a different approach to battery testing. It is a low cost 'onboard' testing device, which is connected to multiple data communication channels. BatteryWare adopts a policy of 10 percent lab and 90 percent in-field testing, producing live, pure, data-driven results for the new generation of battery/generator testing technology, and testing key data points of a battery's life in the field whilst under stress. It transmits that data to the laboratory, where it is analysed for all factors useful for future development and enhancement of the power source, whether that is a battery, a capacitor, or a combination of both.


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