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Hero Electric partners with Battrixx to develop lithium-ion batteries

Hero Electric, a producer of electric two-wheelers, has partnered with Battrixx, a producer of battery packs, to create lithium-ion batteries. According to the Naveen Munjal-led business, these batteries would be utilised in the company’s electric two-wheelers.

Electric scooters from Hero Electric are available at convenience speed (Atria and Eddy ) and city speed (Photon, Optima, and Nyx). Velocity electric cycles are additionally available. Currently, the corporation operates more than 850 sales and service locations nationwide. Kabra Extrusiontechnik owns 100% of Battrixx.

Creating and producing superior cell chemistry battery packs will be the primary goal of the strategic partnership between Hero Electric and Battrixx. In the upcoming 12 months, it is planned to supply 300,000 battery packs and chargers. The most recent AIS-156 modifications, which address IP67 thermal protection, A/V warning systems, smart BMS, and live data tracking with IoT, will be complied with by these batteries.

“The most expensive and crucial component of electric mobility is the battery. The most delicate component is the battery because its operation is highly dependent on its environment. Since anomalous behaviour for a battery’s life cycle cannot be completely predicted using accelerated simulation techniques, it takes a while to improve battery technology. To fulfil the FAME 2 deadline, our local battery development exercise began five years ago. However, due to the low volumes and high investments, there was scarcely any interest from the top battery manufacturers, “the CEO of Hero Electric, Sohinder Gill, remarked.

“We continued our research and development (R&D) trials with several chemistries to find the ideal solution for Indian weather and roads. We co-developed these battery packs with Battrixx to provide a seamless performance while upholding the highest safety standards. Latest bike news The method allows battery packs to operate reliably and safely throughout a wide range of temperatures; even at temperatures as high as 45 °C, there is very little risk of a thermal runaway, “he added.


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