SOMERSHAM, England – Paragraf, the first company in the world to mass produce graphene-based electronic devices using standard semiconductor processes, will be exhibiting the company’s current sensor solutions for battery development and management at The Battery Show Europe at the Messe Stuttgart in Stuttgart, Germany, from 23-25 May.
Paragraf will be represented by Product Manager Dr. Sarah Driver, European Business Development Manager Danilo Mariano and Sales Engineer Milan Poupinet.
Paragraf’s current sensors can be used to monitor battery health in production and in use, with a host of advantages over conventional approaches. These benefits include instantaneous high-resolution measurement of current flow, immunity from stray fields and industry leading measurement range capability (from μA to kA). Paragraf sensors are ideal for the real-time mapping of current flow and temperature density of battery cells and associated circuitry and the prevention of thermal propagation.
Visit Booth 8-A64 to learn about the advantages of Paragraf’s sensor technologies and how their unique proposition can help improve battery management system and beyond.