Echandia LTO – power and safety
The Echandia LTO is an air cooled, light-weight high performance battery system optimized and certified for maritime heavy-duty usage.
The capabilities of Echandia LTO batter solve multiple challenges for operators with high demands. Echandia LTO battery system deliver high power instantly and can be charged extremely quickly with a guaranteed functional life expectancy of at least 5 years.
Echandias Battery Management System (BMS) ensures full performance over the battery’s lifetime as well as installed components.
Safe and durable
The LTO (Lithium-Titanium-Oxide) battery chemistry is resilient towards external heat which prevents thermal runaways. It does not form dendrite as other Lithium-ion chemistries.
Modular and flexible
Echandia has built a smart, highly scalable modular system. It is developed, optimized and certified to sustain demanding maritime applications and to withstand heat, moisture and external abuse.
Long life expectancy
Echandia LTO-battery systems have a long life-time expectancy as well as best in class cycle endurance. The batteries can sustain 30.000 cycles or more at high DOD (depth of discharge).
Made for maritime
Maritime applications require heavy-duty batteries. They usually operate in demanding environments and are subjected to continuous use.
At the same time, it needs to be consistently safety over the entire life span of the vessel as well as providing an economically viable solution to meet financial obligations of the operator.
The Echandia LTO-battery system is ideal for applications in continuous operation and regular charging intervals or onboard applications with instant high power requirements.
DNV and Bureau Veritas type approval for LTO batteries is validation that our solutions meet strictest requirements.
Adapted for maritime industry
A light weight LTO-battery that suits heavy duty and demanding maritime applications
Echandia’s LTO battery is the most cost efficient solution at installation and over time
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