900kW Ultrafast Charging Battery

By George Siviter-Tims Posted:28/10/21

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A Hong Kong company named Desten has teased its new battery cell technology that is able to produce ultra-fast charging capabilities in less than 5 minutes.

The company has claimed that the batteries are able to charge from 0-80% state of charge in 4 minutes and 40 seconds.

A Hong Kong company named Desten has teased its new battery cell technology that is able to produce ultra-fast charging capabilities in less than 5 minutes.

The company has claimed that the batteries are able to charge from 0-80% state of charge in 4 minutes and 40 seconds.

This prototype that Desten has produced is able to charge at up to 900kW, which is three times more than the current peak charging that is currently available (270kW in the Porsche Taycan)    Which cars can be charged wirelessly today? Currently, it is the charger manufacturers that are making both the chargers and the hardware needed to give an EV inductive charging. Some vehicle manufacturers have expressed interest in adding inductive charging as standard, with BMW running a trial with its 5 Series 530e iPerformance hybrid in 2018. The trial began in Germany and expanded to the US in 2019, with a small group of California residents invited to lease a 530e hybrid with wireless home charger for 36 months.      + Power is transmitted over an air gap of three inches and is delivered with 85 percent efficiency. It has a charging power of 3.2kW, which is enough to fill the battery in 3.5 hours.  Genesis is also working on inductive charging, and is making the feature available as an option on the new GV60 EV. Genesis claims the optional inductive charger will refill the SUV’s 77.4kWh battery more quickly than a typical home wall charger. Genesis is quoting a full charge of the 280-mile vehicle in six hours, compared to 10 hours via a conventional wall charger

 

Which cars can be charged wirelessly today?

Currently, it is the charger manufacturers that are making both the chargers and the hardware needed to give an EV inductive charging. Some vehicle manufacturers have expressed interest in adding inductive charging as standard, with BMW running a trial with its 5 Series 530e iPerformance hybrid in 2018.

The trial began in Germany and expanded to the US in 2019, with a small group of California residents invited to lease a 530e hybrid with wireless home charger for 36 months. 

 
 

Power is transmitted over an air gap of three inches and is delivered with 85 percent efficiency. It has a charging power of 3.2kW, which is enough to fill the battery in 3.5 hours.

 Genesis is also working on inductive charging, and is making the feature available as an option on the new GV60 EV. Genesis claims the optional inductive charger will refill the SUV’s 77.4kWh battery more quickly than a typical home wall charger.

Genesis is quoting a full charge of the 280-mile vehicle in six hours, compared to 10 hours via a conventional wall charger

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