K2 Energy Announces New "K2 Ultra Line" of High-Power Cells, Batteries and Packs
Increasing it's standing in research, development and production of Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP) batteries, K2 Energy, a leader in energy density in the LFP battery market, has announced the launch of its new "K2 Ultra Line" of batteries. The Ultra cells, batteries and packs will offer more power at a higher capacity, allowing users greater flexibility in their market applications.
Henderson, Nevada, June 22, 2016 (Newswire.com) - K2 has engineered an improved power cell built on the company’s proprietary K2|LiFePO4™ chemistry and proven safe technology. The cells in the Ultra line will offer increased energy density at a lower internal resistance and impedance, without compromising the safety or longevity. The first to be released from the K2 Ultra Line is the Next Generation Ultra Power Cell and is available in two form factors – the 18650UP, a 3.3 volt -1.35 amp hour cell, and the 26650UP, a 3.3 volt -2.85 amp hour cell. These cells offer both higher power and greater energy to meet the needs of users across a broad spectrum of devices and operations.
“We’re constantly looking for ways to improve our products for consumers,” said Joe Turner, K2 Energy Senior Development Manager. “We’re pleased to introduce the Ultra line of products to provide our customers with an even safer, longer lasting product.”
"The Next Generation Ultra Power Cell can be used in a wide variety of applications, including aeronautics, maritime, power tools and electric or mild hybrid vehicles. K2 engineered batteries and systems are perfect for large industrial projects, grid scale stabilization and distributed 'behind-the-meter' energy storage solutions. Our R&D team has spent a lot of time working to perfect this product and is confident that it will offer customers a better choice for their high power needs."
Joe Turner, K2 Energy Senior Development Manager
The innovations that led to the Ultra Line were researched and developed at K2 Energy’s advanced battery labs, in Henderson Nevada. These improvements result in a more powerful, higher energy, safer, and more reliable product than conventional batteries. K2’s cells, packs, and systems do not experience thermal runaway as compared to traditional lithium-ion batteries making them safer for consumers, especially while charging. K2’s cells can also perform safely in extreme temperatures, ranging from -40 degrees Celsius to 85 degrees Celsius.
“The Next Generation Ultra Power Cell can be used in a wide variety of applications, including aeronautics, maritime, power tools and electric or mild hybrid vehicles,” said Turner. “K2 engineered batteries and systems are perfect for large industrial projects, grid scale stabilization and distributed ‘behind-the-meter’ energy storage solutions. Our R&D team has spent a lot of time working to perfect this product and is confident that it will offer customers a better choice for their high power needs.”
For those interested in purchasing a Next Generation Ultra Power Cell, visit www.K2Battery.com. Furthermore, K2 plans to add to the innovative Ultra Line by announcing its new Ultra Energy Cell soon.
K2 Energy was founded in the growing technology hub of Henderson, Nevada in 2006, and is a leading developer and producer of Lithium Iron Phosphate batteries, which are used in many advanced medical and military applications and for powering electric vehicles. The company produces both energy-optimized and power-optimized products, which have a multitude of consumer, product, safety, and environmental benefits compared to traditional lead acid batteries. Recently, K2 has cemented its status as a leader in the field with its work on prestigious projects including powering the Blue Origin New Shepard space vehicle to orbit and being named the sole source battery provider for the Naval Sea Systems Command’s (NAVSEA) electromagnetic railgun. K2 has received multiple awards recognizing its business and technical achievements.
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