Since building the first Lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery to power a satellite, technological breakthroughs from EnerSys® have extended satellite operational life and have lengthened the life of space missions to benefit our scientific communities.
It is a record that supports the quality and reliability to ensure the success of every space flight mission. Pioneering EnerSys® ABSL™ rechargeable Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries were the first onboard a mission in space, the first to orbit the Earth, Mars and Venus, and have been influential in powering the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA®) Parker Solar Probe in its orbit of the sun.
Whether a short-term repositioning energy requirement or high current demand such as a pyrotechnic system actuation, our batteries stand ready to meet the challenges of space flight with advanced high voltage, long-life Li-ion solutions.
Today, ABSL batteries range from the size of a small shoebox (1.5 Ah) to a large microwave oven (448 Ah). Whatever the size, all undergo stringent design, structural and thermal analyses to help ensure mission-critical performance.
Whether your project application involves a launch, Earth orbit or interplanetary travel, the EnerSys ABSL team is ready to develop a Li-ion voltage system to meet and exceed your mission requirements.
RANGES FOR SPACE
EnerSys® batteries supply power for platform and payload systems and are also essential prior to the deployment of any solar array apparatus. Whether a short-term repositioning energy requirement or high current demand such as a pyrotechnic system actuation, our batteries stand ready to meet the challenges of space flight with advanced high voltage, long-life Li-ion solutions.
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