BroadBit introduces a low cost and portable battery cycling system.
BroadBit Batteries BroadBit introduces a low cost and portable battery cycling system for individuals, labs, academics and small organizations. We are now seeking feedback and input from potential users who would be interested in purchasing the product.
Unlike traditional cycling equipment that can cost tens of thousands of euros to install and professionals to opperate, BroadBit aims to provide a small, easy to operate device for individuals and small organizations who need convenient, lows cost, but professinal battery testing capabilities.
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The device is still under development, so, if users require adjustments for their own specific needs, we can consider their requests.
“This new device lowers the barriers for professional battery testing.”, said CEO, David Brown, “We developed this product for internal use and to assist our customers in evaluating different battery technologies, but have found wider interest. We are now seeking input from potential customers as to whether we provide this as a general product for sale to the wider community who want to be able to accurately and reliably test cells but do not have the infrastructure, budget or trained staff to use typical high end cycle testing systems.”
BroadBit is happy to provide prototypes of its new cycling system to beta testers interested in lowering their costs and improving their testing capabilities. Please contact David Brown at email@example.com for further details.
BroadBit is a technology company developing revolutionary new batteries using novel sodium-based chemistries to power the future green economy. We have already made high performance lab samples and are now commercializing the technology for next generation electric vehicles, portable electronics, starters and grid energy storage. Our batteries enable Increased range/use time, Longer lifetime, Reduced cost, Improved environmental friendliness, Improved robustness, and Scalability to any production volume.
The batteries are based on metallic sodium and other widely available and plentiful compounds. Our main active material is sodium chloride (NaCl), also known as table salt. BroadBit is also developing a high power capable battery electrolyte.