Electrolyte mixing technology

  • 05-Apr-2010 08:34 EDT
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The iQ Power battery from Daewoo features electrolyte mixing technology that eliminates the stratification of electrolyte inside batteries, allowing for a smaller and lighter battery. Offering higher cold cranking amps (CCA), the iQ Power is three times faster recharging, according to Daewoo. It also has 20% less weight with less lead usage, resulting in less fuel consumption and less CO2, claims the company. The iQ Power’s HEAT, COLD, and STATUS models feature added thermal insulation for longer life and charging ability, thereby further improving performance of these batteries especially in hostile thermal environments, such as the engine bay, and extreme weather conditions. The heating device with sophisticated control unit extends cold weather performance of COLD and STATUS models even further for extreme recharging and cold weather starting ability. Power line communication in the STATUS model is a monitoring system that can be programmed to interface with vehicle electronics, providing accurate information on its status and helping to prevent potential electronic failure due to battery condition.

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