Clayton Power made it possible for Per Aarsleff to both go green and reduce costs by clever implementation of mobile hybrid power systems based on lithium technology.

Aarsleff Goes Green with Modern Hybrid Power

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Clayton Power made it possible for Per Aarsleff to both go green and reduce costs by clever implementation of mobile hybrid power systems based on lithium technology.

 

Lithium ion batteries are more powerful and provide more energy for high consumption than traditional lead–acid batteries. They can be discharged with up to 80% compared to the traditional 30% to 50% without damaging the battery and are charged extremely fast, in down to 50 minutes for a 12V – 100Ah lithium battery.

Lithium ion battery packs are built of a number of individual lithium cells which must all maintain the same voltage for the battery to stay functional.

The integrated Battery Management System (BMS) ensures a long lifetime, safe handling –and high-accuracy State of Charge (SOC) calculations.

Therefore, all lithium ion batteries from Clayton Power have an integrated Battery Management System (BMS) that automatically balances the cells during charge, discharge and in idle mode. The BMS monitors the voltage and temperature of each lithium ion cell which influences the functionality of the battery.


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