Batteries and Solar Cells

Delta-Q Technologies Offers Webinar on Integrating Lithium Systems

March 20, 2017


BURNABY, British Columbia --- Delta-Q Technologies, a leader in battery charging solutions for electric drive vehicles, today announced the on-demand availability of its "Mitigation through System Design" webinar.

Hosted by Delta-Q with a guest presenter from Discover, the webinar provides information about the current trends within the lithium battery market and overviews the requirements for designing a lithium system into a vehicle. Topics covered include why original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) are considering switching from lead-acid to lithium batteries, lithium-ion safety considerations and risks, and tips on how-to successfully implement lithium systems into new products.

Chris Botting, Delta-Q's manager of research, and Discover's lithium product manager, Brendon Sauer, lead the hour-long webinar that consists of 50 minutes of subject matter overview and concludes with a Q&A. The full webinar agenda includes the following:

Webinar Agenda
•Benefits and Challenges of Lithium
•Case Studies
•Lithium-ion Safety Risk
•Mitigation by System Design ◦Cell
◦Mechanical
◦Battery Management System
◦Battery Charger
•Questions and Answers

Parties interested in viewing the webinar on-demand can access the video by clicking the following link: http://www.delta-q.com/lithium-webinar-recording
 


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