|Excellatron Solid State, LLC, a U.S. based technology company, is introducing innovative and enabling energy storage technology. The batteries made possible by this new proprietary technology can be used in many applications and processes where other batteries would be inadequate. With this capability, a new world of possibilities opens up for the use of power stored in Excellatron batteries. Excellatron's technology will be the choice of power for high performance batteries in the future. Characteristics of Excellatron batteries include:
Initial markets for this technology will be military applications, implantable medical devices, and other applications that require high performance. This technology will also enable a series of new products where existing battery technology cannot compete, e.g., Smart Cards, active Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags, and Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS).
Excellatron has been engaged in the development of production technology for TFB (thin film batteries) for the past six years. Rechargeable lithium and lithium-ion thin film solid-state battery technology was originally developed at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). Excellatron has bridged the gap between the laboratory samples and commercial products. The thin film batteries developed by Excellatron have a long shelf life and cycle life. They are available on both ceramic and flexible polymer substrates. Samples have endured thousands of cycles with minimal degradation. Excellatron is on track to be the first manufacturer of thin film batteries and to become a dominant player in this disruptive technology arena.
Excellatron has moved thin film battery technology far beyond laboratory development and has created the state of the art production technology that makes thin film batteries commercially viable. With our progress in Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition (PECVD) production technology, the cost of TFB (thin film batteries) manufacturing will be significantly reduced. We believe that Excellatron's thin film batteries will play a significant role in the emerging active smart card and RFID tag markets for both civilian and military applications, including Homeland Security related applications.