Industrial Power without compromiseIndustrial power and grid storage customers demand higher performance. Data center power destiny is rising rapidly, requiring a commensurate increase in backup power destiny. The automation of factories and distribution centers depends in part on fast recharge for materials handling. EV fast charging is limited by grid capacity and demand charges. Volatile solar and wind power necessitate diurnal load leveling and short-duration smoothing.
Just like any battery technology, saltwater batteries store electricity for use at a later time. The main difference between saltwater batteries and other energy storage options(for example, lithium-ion and lead-acid batteries) is their chemistry. In saltwater batteries, a liquid solution of salt water is used to capture, store, and eventually discharge energy. Whereas a traditional lithium-ion battery uses the element lithium as its primary ingredient for conducting electricity, a saltwater battery uses sodium, the same element found in table salt.
Sodium-ion (Dry Type)
Natron’s BlueTray 4000 in a standard 1U 19-inch rackmount configuration delivers 4kW at 48V DC over a 2-minute discharge with a 6kW peak power rating, recharges in 8-minutes, and can cycle >50,000 times. Based on Natron’s core Prussian Blue battery technology, the Bluetray is UL listed and available for purchase.BlueTray 4000