Solving the Microbattery Industry’s Toughest Technological Challenges
As portable consumer electronics and IoT connected devices/sensors grow in popularity and performance, they will be increasingly powered by solid-state lithium microbatteries that replace the problematic materials of earlier technologies with stable, safer and more environmentally-friendly alternatives.
Fulfilling this technology's promise, however, requires a new architecture that enables battery products with customizable shapes and sizes that feature faster charging, high pulse discharge, higher charge cycles, wider operating temperature range, the ability to withstand higher assembly temperatures and, lower leakage current while offering, and longer shelf life.
Ensurge's novel architecture removes the barriers to achieving these capabilities in 1 milliampere-hour (mAh) to 100 mAh microbatteries. It combines advanced energy cell design, proprietary materials and manufacturing innovation to enable amazingly thin and flexible rechargeable batteries that can power safer, more capable and more sustainable hearables, wearables, and connected sensors.
Ultra-thin 10 µm Stainless Steel Substrate
Roll-to-Roll Manufacturing Facility
Established Anode-less Solid-State Chemistry
Innovative Cell-stacking & Packaging
Ensurge Solid-State Lithium Technology vs. Lithium Ion (Li-ion)
The biggest difference between the batteries is that Ensurge's technology uses a solid electrolyte vs. a liquid one in Lithium ion (Li-ion).
Ensurge solid-state technology also charges three times faster, has more than twice the cycle life, supports multiple times pulse current and supports flexible form factors.