Custom Battery Pack Design & Assembly

We offer all battery chemistries, specializing in lithium rechargeable and lithium primary battery packs. Our custom power systems are designed from the ground

up including casings and electronic control systems. We serve a wide range of markets including industrial internet of things, AMI/AMR utility metering, asset tracking, remote wireless, automotive.

Custom Lithium Primary Battery Pack Manufacturer for smart water meter/smart gas meter/fire hydrant/water quality monitoring/container tracking/e-call/data logger

We could design custom lithium primary battery pack with bobbin type lithium thionyl chloride battery cells and hybrid pulse capacitors based on customer’s requirements.

The battery pack delivers high current pulses during data gathering and transmission. To extend battery life, the device remains in a “sleep” or “standby” state when inactive.

Custom Lithium-Ion Battery Pack Manufacturer for E-bike/E-boat/AGV/Medical Device

Designing, developing and manufacturing customized lithium-ion battery packs using a full range of battery chemistries, the most popular chemistries we work with include Li-Ion (NMC), LiFePO4 (LFP). We are not limited to these chemistries alone, we are continuing to work on growing our knowledge base further and expanding our capabilities to accommodate any custom battery pack request.

Electric vehicle battery project 72V 50Ah NMC battery pack
AGV battery project 46.8V 40Ah NMC battery pack
Medical Device battery project 38.4V 10.8Ah LiFePO4 battery pack

Electric boat battery project  25.6V 40Ah LiFePO4 battery pack/battery module

Note: When multiple 25.6V 40Ah standard battery packs/battery modules are connected in series or parallel, make sure that the voltage and capacity of each 25.6V 40Ah standard battery pack/battery module are consistent and the device is in shutdown state before connecting in series or parallel.


E-trike battery project  72V 27Ah LiFePO4 battery pack


Leading cell partnerships

We closely manage our supplier relationships to ensure components meet or exceed your application requirements. We have long-standing partnerships with world-class cell manufacturers, providing us with access to the most advanced and industry-leading technologies available. Our independent and impartial advice during the design process enables the bespoke optimization of your battery pack and application to maximize effectiveness and reliability.

Custom Battery Design

Cell Types:

Cylindrical: 18650, 21700, 26650, 32135, 32140

  • Lowest Cost & Highest Energy Density
  • Best Rate Capability: Fast Charge & Discharge

Prismatic: 27Ah, 40Ah

  • Good Energy Density
  • Good Charge & Discharge Capability

Larger Batteries can be Modular & Expandable. Multiple Batteries in parallel for longer operating time.

LFP is one of the most common chemistries in automotive applications due to its having a high power capability and relatively low cost. This means that it can accept a regenerative braking charge and can provide an acceleration discharge very quickly. The other reason that LFP is frequently used is due to its relatively low cost. In relation to some of the other more rare materials used in lithium-ion cells, iron phosphate is quite common and low cost.

As LFP has lower energy density than the other chemistries on the market(except lithium titanate ion battery) and that means that there is less energy to discharge in the event of a failure. However, it is fair to say that LFP is more tolerant of abusive conditions such as overcharging the cell and high temperatures.

With the introduction of production EVs, lithium NMC chemistries have begun to gain a strong foothold due to its higher energy density and higher voltage. Depending on the combination of materials, it is also sometimes referred to as nickel cobalt manganese (NCM) if there is a higher percentage of cobalt than manganese in the chemistry. NMC shows a relatively high nominal voltage of about 3.6–3.8 V per cell and has a one of the highest energy densities in a production cell today of between 140 and 180 Wh/kg in production applications with some chemistries exceeding 200 Wh/kg.

Custom Lithium Titanium Oxide Battery pack manufacturer for Electric Pubilc Light Bus

At present, China’s mainstream new energy vehicles mainly use power lithium batteries whose cathode materials are lithium iron phosphate or ternary materials. Both have their own advantages in the fields of new energy buses and new energy passenger cars. So, which one is better compared to lithium titanate ion battery, lithium iron phosphate battery and ternary battery?


This also starts with the performance of the three batteries. As we all know, the performance of lithium-ion batteries is mainly determined by the positive electrode, negative electrode, electrolyte and separator. The positive and negative electrode materials have an important impact on key indicators of the battery, such as capacity, energy density, cycle life, safety, rate performance, cost, etc. Although they both use ternary as the cathode material, the lithium titanate battery breaks the traditional battery technology route of using graphene as the negative electrode and uses lithium titanate as the negative electrode material, which makes it an outlier in the eyes of its peers. But it is the characteristics of lithium titanate itself that give batteries of this material its distinctive features.


Taking the three lithium-ion batteries of lithium iron phosphate-graphene, ternary-graphene, and ternary-lithium titanate as examples, lithium titanate batteries are at a disadvantage from the perspective of energy density alone. Northeast Securities Research Report pointed out that the current actual specific energy of lithium iron phosphate batteries is 100-120Wh/kg, and the ternary battery is 150-200Wh/kg, lithium titanate battery only has 90Wh/kg, which is only half that of some graphite negative electrode material batteries.


From a cost perspective, lithium titanate batteries have no advantages. According to the research results of my country Battery Network, the current cost of lithium iron phosphate and ternary batteries is 1,100 yuan/kwh-1,200 yuan/kwh, while the cost of lithium titanate ion batteries is about 2-3 times that of ternary batteries. The energy density is twice as low and the cost is 2-3 times higher.


How can lithium titanate batteries participate in the market competition? Obviously, it is its own unique advantages that have impressed some people in the industry. First of all, considering the most important safety indicator of batteries, lithium titanate stands out. When lithium titanate is used as an anode material, the potential platform is as high as 1.55V, which is more than 1V higher than traditional graphite anode materials. Although some energy density is lost, it also means that the battery is safer.


The negative electrode voltage requirement for fast charging of batteries is relatively low, but if it is too low, lithium-ion batteries will easily precipitate very active metallic lithium. This lithium ion not only conducts electricity, but can also react with the electrolyte. Heat is then released and flammable gases appear, causing a fire. Lithium titanate’s higher 1V voltage prevents the negative electrode voltage from reaching 0, which indirectly prevents the precipitation of lithium ions, thus ensuring the safety of the battery.


Because lithium titanate batteries can be used safely in both high and low temperature environments, it also reflects its important advantage of being able to withstand wide temperatures (especially low temperatures). At present, the safe operating temperature range of titanate lithium-ion batteries is between -40 degrees and 65 degrees. However, the energy of ordinary graphite negative electrode batteries begins to decay when the temperature is lower than -20 degrees. At -30 degrees, the charging capacity is only It is 14% of the total charging capacity and cannot work properly in severe cold weather.


In addition, because the lithium titanate battery only changes in volume by 1% even if it is overcharged, it is called a zero-strain material, which gives it an extremely long life. The life of lithium titanate battery can reach 30 years, which is equivalent to the service life of a car, while the average life of ordinary graphite anode material batteries is only 3-4 years.


From a full life cycle perspective, the cost of lithium titanate batteries is lower. The last advantage of lithium titanate is its strong rapid charge and discharge capability and high charging rate. At present, the charging rate of titanate lithium-ion batteries is 10C or even 20C, while the charging rate of ordinary graphite anode materials is only 2C-4C. Based on these technical characteristics of lithium titanate batteries, industry insiders believe that they meet the needs of new energy buses and large-scale energy storage equipment. Take buses as an example. Generally, the mileage of a single trip does not exceed 40 kilometers, and it takes at least a few minutes to wait for the next departure time from each terminal station.


At this time, the disadvantage of low energy density of lithium titanate batteries will not affect the use of buses, but will instead reflect the benefits of fast battery charging. As a public means of transportation, buses have higher requirements for battery safety and durability.