Paragraf is the world’s first company to use graphene to mass produce electronic devices using standard semiconductor processes.
Graphene-based current sensors are a highly advanced and reliable solution for electric vehicle (EV) battery management due to their unique properties. Our sensors have a high sensitivity and are able to measure currents over a wide range with high accuracy and sensitivity, making them well-suited for use in EV battery management systems where precise current measurement is essential for optimizing battery performance.
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Paragraf’s graphene current sensors can be used for:
- Leakage detection in the μA with high resolution for battery manufacturer’s safety testing and compliance
- Cell aging processes, failure mode analysis and recycling of batteries
- In service health monitoring and performance optimisation, prolonging battery life
Features and benefits
Unrivalled measurement range capability from μA to kA
Use one sensor; reduce bill of materials
Isolated from current flow
Measurements can be made without disruption to existing set-ups
Capture current flow direction, as well as magnitude
True mapping of current and temperature density
Zero cross talk
Reduce shielding requirements and densely pack sensors for high spatial resolution
2D graphene sensor, immune to stray fields
Improves quality of data for simpler analysis
Capture instantaneous increases in current density with high resolution and no lag
Critical for regulatory and safety requirements
Contact us to find out about our EV and energy storage solutions.