Aleees masters the LFP-NCO TEC (lithium ferrous phosphate nano metal oxide co-crystalline olivine compound technology) which not only can improve the conductivity but also can allow the battery capacity to be more close to the theoretical value.
At large discharge current, typical cathode materials may have insufficient potential due to the material's high resistance so that the lithium ions may be embedded or precipitated and thus the electrochemical properties are reduced which in turn leads to the shortcomings of poor charge and discharge capability at large current and short cycle life.
Aleees masters the LFP-NCO TEC (Lithium Ferrous Phosphate Nano Co-crystalline Olivine Technology) which not only can improve the conductivity but also can allow the battery capacity to be more close to the theoretical value. Furthermore, typically, the smaller the particle size is, the better the conductivity would be, but the more difficult the coating process would be. To solve this problem, we prepare the cathode materials made of NCO (Nano Co-crystalline Olivine?) into the secondary particles of about 15 um in size so as to make the coating process more easily; while the primary particles are approximately 100 - 200 nm in size which have very good electrical conductivity so that it can supply more power and provide superior cell durability for the same volume of the cell.