Foxconn partner launches graphene battery pack for e-bikes

Foxconn partner launches graphene battery pack for e-bikes

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By Nick Flaherty

US battery startup Appear has launched a high-performance, fast charging graphene-based battery packs for electric bikes and scooters.

The company is scaling production at Partner Foxconn to 10 million batteries per month.

The packs can be fully charged in less than 60 minutes with 3C fast charging and have a longer life than traditional Li-Ion batteries with 1000 cycles and the company is developing a version with a lifetime of 2000 cycles. The batteries also have higher discharge capacity up to 15C which enables electric bikes to have rapid acceleration, steep climb/higher torque and race mode in sport bikes.

Appear battery packs are also certified and validated by Foxconn.

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Appear Battery Packs are readily available in various industry-standard configurations with 18650 and 21700 format with a voltage range of 48V – 72V and standard current of 10A to 30A.

“Our new offerings are a real breakthrough in fast charge battery technology,” said Prashant Rurs, CEO of Appear. “E-Bike riders will be amazed at the increased performance and they’ll actually be able to accelerate up a hill now.”

Configurations are available for e-bikes, e-scooters and pedelecs with 36V, 48V, 60V, 64V, 72V versions and capacities of 10Ah, 15Ah, 20Ah, 25Ah, 30Ah, 50Ah, 80Ah and 150Ah.

“Appear is committed to enhancing the user experience with the safest and best-performing batteries. It’s exciting how far we’ve come, but we’re not done. We’re going to continue developing better and better batteries for bikes and high-performance vehicles and remain ready for the next curve in the battery industry. Our engineers are working on high-capacity batteries with extended longevity up to 2000 cycles,” said Rurs.

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