E-VEHICLE DIO-II LITHUM PCM SYSTEM
DIO-II is an inbuilt dual charging system. This system aids in charging the Lithium Battery of E-Vehicles, both from the Solar Panel and the AC Charger Simultaneously.
It increases the life span and reduces the charging time of the batteries, with MPPT technology incorporated.
The uniqueness, of DIO-II system being the Load Sharing – vehicle whilst running condition – thus, increasing the Life Span of the Batteries.
Charging time required, for a Battery of Life Span 50000 Kilometers and, Battery of Life Span 150000 Kilometers, is completed in two hours. The complete charge (100%) of these Batteries will serve for a minimum of 50 Kilometers*
Whereas, the Charging time required for a Battery, of Life Span 500000 Kilometers is achieved within 30 minutes. The complete charge (100%) of these Batteries will serve for a minimum of 50 Kilometers*. This system has been exclusively designed for E-Vehicles and BUS.
* Kindly refer to chart provided.
Easy to Charge, Minimum Cost for Maximum Power Output and – more importantly – Minimum Power required for Charging, endorse DIO-II Inbuilt Dual Charging System as one of its kind in modern day technology.
Lithium batteries are increasingly being considered as bulk energy storage on-grid applications. One such application being Residential Energy Storage combined with solar photovoltaic (PV) panels, which enable higher self-consumption rates. With the recent decline in feed-in subsidies, this application is looked upon as a lucrative proposal. Although residential energy storage solutions are commercially mature, it remains unclear which system configuration and circumstances, including aggregator-based applications – such as the provision of ancillary services – leads to profitable consumer investments. Therefore, we conduct an extensive simulation study that can jointly capture these aspects. Our results show that, at current battery module prices, optimal system configurations do not lead to profitable investments into Li-Ion batteries, even though used as a buffer for solar energy. The initial setting in which they become profitable – as prices decline further – are larger household appliances located in areas with higher average levels of solar irradiance. If the batteries can be remotely controlled by an aggregator to provide overnight negative reserve, their profitability increases significantly. We welcome you and greatly appreciate the opportunity to serve you.