Sunlight Group ESS launches ElectroLiFe, innovative semi-traction LiB
Sunlight Group Energy Storage Systems has announced the launch of Sunlight ElectroLiFe, its newest semi-traction lithium-ion battery.
Sunlight ElectroLiFe will be officially launched to the US market at the MODEX Show, the largest international supply chain event of 2022, held in Atlanta, Georgia, The company will present and demonstrate the ElectroLiFe battery at Sunlight booth #B7605.
ElectroLiFe's innovative lightweight yet robust design is built to suit evolving customer needs and allows for tool-less, plug & play installation in golf-carts and other recreational vehicles, manufacturing, and light commercial vehicle applications, such as AGVs, and other industrial or material handling equipment, as well as leisure marine.
The high energy density and efficiency of the ElectroLiFe range, as well as fast/opportunity charging, help reduce idle downtime and ensure maximum productivity. It also has an extended lifespan of >2,000 cycles and can be connected to GLocal, Sunlight Group's cloud platform. GLocal uses AI to record, in real-time, key parameters regarding the operation of the battery - reducing costs by facilitating optimal downtime and minimal maintenance.
At MODEX, visitors to the booth will also be introduced to Sunlight's portfolio of lithium-ion and lead-acid technologies, with a "digital tree" demonstrating Sunlight's smart Battery Monitoring System, KnoWi. The team will be available daily between 10:00 AM and 5:00 PM (EDT) to guide visitors through its product portfolio, UL2580-certified Li.ON FORCE range, and Sunlight's $150 million investment roadmap. In attendance will be Lampros Bisalas, Sunlight Group's CEO, and Todd M. Sechrist, CEO and President of the subsidiary Sunlight Batteries USA.
CEO and President of Sunlight Batteries USA, Todd Sechrist, stated: "We're excited to attend this year's MODEX Show, launch ElectroLiFe, demonstrate KnoWi, and introduce to the US market our diverse range of energy storage solutions. Sunlight has ambitious plans to invest significantly in the US battery sector. The next few years will see the expansion and further automation of our North Carolina plant that will enhance local employment, better serve our customers, and contribute to the growth of the American battery market."