Lithium-Ion Battery Chemistry-We manufacture a variety of lithium-ion battery chemistries suitable for use in a wide range of different devices and platforms. When manufacturers work closely with YOK Energy, we collaboratively develop the most powerful and efficient battery solution for your electronic products.
What is the Chemistry that Powers a Lithium-ion Battery?
There are six main categories within the different lithium-ion battery chemistries, and developing the right balance between energy density and power is what will give a manufacturer the best overall performance depending on that product’s functionality.
Lithium-Ion Battery Chemistry Types
These six main categories include:
- NMC Lithium Nickel Manganese Cobalt Oxide
- LFP Lithium Iron Phosphate
- NCA Lithium Nickel Cobalt Aluminium Oxide
- LMO Lithium Manganese Oxide
- LTO Lithium Titanate
- LCO Lithium Cobalt Oxide
SOLUTIONS FOR ANY DEMAND
As a manufacturer, you have the insight, expertise, and knowledge in your own industry sector.
YOK Energy has the insight, expertise, and knowledge in battery chemistry. You can leave the reflection on lithium-ion battery cathode chemistry to us.
Combining our different expertise, we will formulate the optimum lithium battery chemistry to drive your product’s functionality.
Lithium Battery Chemistry Explained
YOK Energy has a variety of different products in a range of different chemistries. From NMC to LFP to LCO, we have the solution for your application. Different chemistries have their pros and cons and are very much dependent on the end product or the market it is destined for. We also take into account the goals of the device manufacturer.
We consider all the following areas:
Energy density, which might be affected by the size of the product. A phone battery, for example, will require a higher density in a smaller battery than a car battery.
Long cycle life, which takes into account the functionality of the product, and whether a longer life is crucial to its overall performance.
High/low-temperature performance, which looks at the product’s functionality, and where it will be operated (for example, a forklift truck in a frozen food storage warehouse).
High charge/discharge capability, which takes into account the fluctuating draw on a product’s energy.
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