Paul Wilson (@Supercaps
) I'm still willing to allow, as I did earlier
, that you yourself have been duped by Kilowatt Labs. If you understand that now, you could salvage some credibility by coming out and saying so. If you're still not convinced, then you need to remove one of those cells, and let someone who knows what they are doing, plot its voltage against time, on charge and discharge, between 1.5 V and 2.8 V, at a constant 1.3 amps (1C). It was clever of Kilowatt Labs to limit the voltage range to 2.2 V to 2.7 V as LTOs are fairly linear in that range, particularly when charged and discharged at 2C or more.
Either way, you need to stop marketing this product as a "capacitor module" and making misleading claims about its safety and longevity.
I note that for an LTO battery, the temperature required to produce thermal runaway, and the rate of heat generation when it occurs, give it about the same fire danger as an LFP battery, which is significantly lower than for other lithium chemistries, but not negligible. And LTO batteries use exactly the same electrolyte as every other lithium battery, consisting of the same toxic lithium hexafluorophosphate LiPF₆ dissolved in the same highly flammable organic solvents.
One of the fathers of MeXy the electric MX-5, along with Coulomb and Newton (Jeff Owen).