Inquiries often come in when the size and shape of the space where the battery can be installed has already been determined. In such cases, we must design an individual housing that meets the space and shape constraints. In addition to achieving the specifications and performance required by the customer, ENAX, as a "battery professional," focuses on housing design and quality in the following points.
1. Busbar design and welding techniques to achieve the required current capacity
2. Thermal design to prevent battery heat retention and fire spread in the event of an abnormality
3. Pressure constrained design to maximize battery performance and life
4. Module fixing design to withstand mechanical vibration and shock of the product
5. Wire and FPC design for power and signal routing in localized and confined areas
In particular, thermal design and module fixation design are also important processes for safe use, and are evaluated by repeating various prototypes and tests.
In addition, many customers are surprised at the development costs involved in battery development, as many people have the image of "just replacing lead-acid batteries. If product development is carried out without sufficient consideration of quality requirements and design, rework may occur, and the time and development costs spent up to that point may be wasted.
To avoid such a situation, ENAX moves to mass production through the development process from principle prototyping to functional prototyping and pre-production prototyping.