Our lithium battery packs are sealed with IP67 certification to ensure maximum safety even in the marine environment. It is possible to install air or liquid cooling systems to guarantee excellent performance even at extreme temperatures (-20 , 50 ºC).
The IP67 certification, which we hold, is an international protection index that is assigned to electronic devices and other products to indicate their level of resistance to dust and water. The acronym "IP" stands for "Ingress Protection" and the number 67 represents the assessment of the protection of the device based on two factors:
In addition, in the marine sector, the specifications of the cooling or heating system of lithium batteries depend on the size of the vessel and the capacity of the batteries used. The cooling or heating systems we design are designed to keep the batteries at the optimum operating temperature, prevent overheating and any degradation of battery performance.
For example, a large electric yacht could have a liquid cooling system for batteries, in which the liquid is pumped through channels inside the battery to absorb the heat produced during charging and discharging the battery. While a small electric yacht could have a simpler air cooling system, in which air is sucked in from the outside and circulated through the battery to keep the temperature constant.