EnergyBar 100 Provides Long Life With Green Battery Technology

July 29, 2015

AspectSolar - EnergyBar 100 (PRNewsFoto/AspectSolar)

AspectSolar, an innovator in Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) solar-powered batteries, has announced an industry-leading, environmentally friendly and portable power solution for every aspect of work, play and home. With a lightweight and compact design, the EnergyBar 100 affords users twice the battery life of similar products and up to five times the duration of traditional batteries.

Esmond Goei, CEO of AspectSolar stated, “Our customers are savvy users who understand what they need. The EnergyBar 100 serves their needs better in performance and utility than comparable products. This is advancement in every sense of the word.”

Designed with green battery technology, the EnergyBar 100 is manufactured with no known carcinogens, is recyclable and there is no thermal runoff.

Durable construction allows users to take reliable power nearly anywhere in various conditions, and it is TSA approved for carry-on and checked baggage. At 3.2 lbs., the EnergyBar 100 is 40%-60% lighter than traditional batteries. Use the optional i1-150 inverter to power AC devices up to 150 watts.

The first rechargeable battery invented in 1859 was a lead-acid battery. LiFePO4 batteries are a vast chemical improvement over their older counterpart. They are the safest, longest lasting, and lowest self-discharge rate available. This means portable power that lasts between weekend adventures, or even years without use.

These batteries can take a beating without any risk of overheating, swelling, or chemical reactions. Phosphates are used as the cathode material and are stable in short circuit conditions, making LiFePO4 superior to other Lithium-ion batteries.

The EnergyBar 100 will be available for purchase beginning in August 2015 at at a cost of $199.99.

Source: PR Newswire



Dawn Killough

has over 15 years experience in the construction industry and is the author of Green Building Design 101, an e-book available from Amazon. She is a LEED AP and Certified Green Building Advisor, and has worked on the LEED Certification of three projects in Salem, Oregon.