The Nanocarbon Battery is one of the safest and most advanced battery in the market today. Our batteries have passed through the Short Circuit, Dropping, Nail Penetration, Impact, Crush, Thermal Shock, Over-charge and Over-discharge tests. Below are some of the pictures of the abusive and safety tests that have been performed on the Nanocarbon LiFePO4 battery to ensure that they are safe and reliable.
Drop Test – 50m height, 120km/h
Our Nanocarbon LiFePO4 Batteries have 3 Protection Mechanism built into the batteries to ensure that the batteries are safe:
- Break Protection – When the internal pressure in the single cell reaches its limits, the Gas Release vent will turn around. The positive and negative welded plates will break apart causing the circuit inside to shut down.
- Anti-Explosion Protection – If the air inside the cell or the liquid injection is exceeded/overcharged/over-discharged, then the pressure will cause the Gas Release Vent to be cracked and allows the air to be quickly exhausted and thus avoiding an explosion.
- PTC(Pressure, Temperature, Current) Protection: PTC is the heat sensitive device which can be used to protect the battery pack against over-current or high temperature. When the battery is over-current or over-heat, the resistance of the PTC will be raised until it becomes an insulator preventing more currents to go thru and eventually shutting down the whole circuit.