Batteries that charges in less than a minute.
Your phone is your life today. I am sure everyone here today has complained about how long it takes to charge their phone and hate leaving their phones for hours to charge, or sometimes even overnight. This problem stretches right from your smartphones to your favorite Apple Watch or anything electronic that comes under the massive 200 billion dollar market size.
While technology has developed in other aspects of the consumer devices right from displays to software functions and parameter mapping, there is very little that has happened in the battery space.
While Google Pixel still markets 45 minutes as the super-fast charging phone.
I am telling you that we have invented batteries that charges in less than a minute.
To do this, we have used created our proprietary technology fusing the combination of capacitors, lithium polymer and graphene.
We are a patent pending product.
Our patent is based on two things:
- Use of super capacitors and other materials inside of the battery.
- The membrane or middle layer we are creating between the super capacitors and lithium polymer and graphene, this technology enables us let the capattery discharge like any other battery out there.
We have achieved two form factors of batteries as of now.
1. The first which is a 300 mah battery that charged in a few seconds.
2. A 1000-1200 mah battery that charges 80-85% in 3 minutes.
To give you context this would charge 50% of most mobile phones batteries.
To test the 1000 mah battery we have created it in the form of a power bank so we can test out theories.
To give you context that this would charge 50% of most mobile phones batteries. Our next step is we are creating a 2500 mah battery which would charge in 120-180 seconds.