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Development of Rechargeable Power Source LiB-AID E500

Article of Honda R&D Technical Review Vol.30 No.1

Summary

The rechargeable power source LiB-AID E500 was developed by combining a lithium-ion battery and an inverter unit to create a power source that can support various types of electrical equipment used in everyday life.
The goals for this product were a design and ease of use that can appeal to a wide range of users. The use of inverter technology provides an electrical performance that enables a high-quality power supply as well as parallel and assist operation support for electrical equipment with high-starting power. In addition, a lightweight resin full-cover configuration using a monocoque frame structure achieves a compact and lightweight form while at the same time securing strength. Furthermore, enhancement of the cooling structure efficiency and optimization of the fan layout realized a high level of quietness.

Reference

(1) Ministry of Public Management: Heisei28nen Tushinriyo Douko Chosa, p. 6, (2017) (in Japanese)
(2) Fujii, S., Shimizu, M., Nakamura, M.: Development of Sine Wave Inverter Generating System, HONDA R&D Technical Review, Vol. 8, p. 70-76, (in Japanese)
(3) Tanaka, Y., Kouchi, T., Ito, K., Nakamura, M.: Development of the Lightweight and Compact Portable Generators - GENE21 Series, HONDA R&D Technical Review, Vol. 11, No. 2, p. 15-22, (in Japanese)
(4) Nielsen. J.: Usability Engineering, p. 92-95, (1999)

Author (organization or company)

Yasuhiro NAKADA(Power Products R&D Center)、Go FUJIKAWA(Power Products R&D Center)、Yoshiharu NAWATA(Power Products R&D Center)、Masashi KAI(Power Products R&D Center)、Kosuke YAMANA(Power Products R&D Center)、Yuya KATO(Power Products R&D Center)

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