Samsung SDI aims for fast charge batteries for electric vehicles

January 11, 2017 // By Nick Flaherty
Samsung SDI aims for fast charge batteries for electric vehicles
Samsung SDI has developed fast charging battery cells and management system for electric vehicles.

The cells in the Samsung SDI have a lower resistance as a result of materials and manufacturing to provide a driving range of up to 600km and can charge to 80% in 20 minutes. Mass production of the cell  is slated for 2021. The battery packswill be built at all three plants,in Hungary as well as Korea and China.

THe copmany also showed a new "integrated battery module". A conventional EV battery module which consists of 12 cells has a capacity of 2 to 3kWh, while the integrated battery module supports over 24 cells with a higher capacity of 6 to 8kWh.

Samsung SDI has also developed a “21700” cylindrical battery cell measuring 21mm in diameter and 70mm long, a format that is becoming popular for EV battery packs.

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