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XING Mobility launches new integrated battery system for heavy-duty EVs

XING Mobility, a Taipei-based electric powertrain company, has launched a new integrated battery system designed for heavy-duty EVs in the logistics, construction, agriculture and mining markets. “We look forward to collaborating with our partners and customers to accelerate the electrification transformation for all business fleets,” says co-founder and CEO of XING Mobility Royce YC Hong.

The IMMERSIO XM25 has a battery pack with 21700 cells, a BMS, active suppression of thermal runaway and an immersion cooling system which applies Castrol ON EV Thermal Fluid to cells. According to XING Mobility, “Immersion cooling technology is considered to be the most effective method of battery cooling, due to its 100% cell-to-coolant contact, which delivers improved temperature uniformity and allows battery cells to reach their optimal performance levels while remaining extremely lightweight.”

The 1C/1.67C-rated IMMERSIO XM25 offers a cycle life of 3,000, UN38.3 and ECE R100 certificates, and the capability to support up to 800 V by string.

XING Mobility says the IMMERSIO XM25 will be used in a light commercial EV made by an Asia-based vehicle maker, which is expected to begin production in late 2022.

Source: XING Mobility


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