Benling India to use LFP batteries in its electric two-wheeler range
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Benling India to use LFP batteries in its electric two-wheeler range.

Benling India believes that LFP batteries will spread across India in the next 24 months.

Outlining the benefits of LFP (Lithium iron phosphate) batteries, Gurugram-based electric two-wheeler company Benling India has decided to transition from NMC to LFP battery technology.

The company announced that it would use LFP batteries for its entire electric two-wheeler range.

Benling India believes that LFP Battery is the answer to Electric Mobility in India. Its advantages make it an attractive option in power and energy applications over the more mature market technology of traditional NMC (nickel manganese cobalt) batteries.

A lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery is a lithium-ion battery using lithium iron phosphate as the cathode material. Thus, by doing away with cobalt, it makes products that much more sustainable.

In terms of performance, it can charge and discharge at high speeds compared to other types of batteries.

Additionally, it has several distinctive features, such as a low discharge rate, less heating, and a higher number of charge cycles. Moreover, LFP batteries are environmentally safe and structurally stable. The chemistry of the battery saves it from thermal runaway, and hence it is safe for home use. With all those merits, the adoption of LFP batteries has gained traction.

A battery that is a bit larger than the current NCM batteries can still be cheaper. LFP batteries are heavier and need more room, but the battery space is big enough for a standard long-range battery.

The LFP offers efficient heat dissipation for better thermal stability, especially during quick acceleration and long rides. The battery pack must provide high-temperature resistance given India’s tropical weather conditions. Other advantages include

  • Improving electronic components’ stability.
  • Providing a better acceleration experience.
  • A better slope climbing ability.
  • No active maintenance.

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