As the gold standard for portable electronics and automobiles, lithium ion batteries can be found in just about any electronic product today and their demand is on the rise.
To learn more about ADA’s lithium-ion battery technologies click the link provided above.
Known primarily for vastly improved power characteristics over batteries, these useful devices smooth power transfers, supply energy at high power levels, and may one day be able to replace the battery entirely. ADA has been at the forefront of developing ultracapacitors that store energy much more efficiently than those on the market today.
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More From Less
More from less; this is the basic idea behind energy storage in the 21st century and ADA Technologies is at the leading edge. Whether the storage method is charge or chemical in nature, the market is calling for more energy and more power from increasingly smaller and lighter devices. As consumers demand shrinking size and added functions in electronics or electric vehicles with longer ranges or higher power, technologies that improve the size and weight efficiency of energy storage devices are becoming essential.
With core competencies in nano-materials combined with advanced electrolytes, and years of electrochemistry and material optimization research, ADA has positioned itself to develop energy storage devices that:
ADA Technologies has utilized cross-functional areas of expertise to perform cutting edge research for Lithium-Ion battery and Ultra-Capacitor technologies. Although both devices serve different needs, ADA envisions that together they will solve some of the most difficult problems facing power storage. To learn more about either technology click on the descriptions to the left.