India’s futuristic automotive technology-based two-wheeler company, TX9 has recently got a patent for its Thermal Protection System (TPS) technology for electric vehicle battery hazards.
The TPS technology will aim to reduce the risk of battery bursting by monitoring the temperature of the battery and keeping the same at an optimal level
TX9 has portrayed its strength in the electric vehicle industry by assuring the masses with the top-notch build quality and reliability of its EVs along with an endless list of features.
One of the top features of the E-scooters produced by TX9 is the swappable type suitcase battery which provides three distinct charging options to the clients.
Moreover, TX9 boasts a range of approximately 220 km on a single charge which makes it an efficient and economical choice for vehicle enthusiasts.
Even though there is a rapid increase in the demand for EVs in the market, many potential manufacturers face common issues like range fluctuations, battery overheating, electrical circuit issues, etc. TX9 proposes to end this issue by introducing TX9 TPS Technology (Thermal Protection System) for which the patent has been approved by the requisite authorities.
The TPS technology will aim to reduce the risk of battery bursting by monitoring the temperature of the battery and keeping the same at an optimal level.
TX9 follows this by including separators and protective levers between the cells of the batteries to prevent the issue of short circuits, thereby avoiding major accidents. TX9 also uses thermal sensors in its battery technology, which would keep the temperature in check and would prevent any temperature to shoot up beyond the set limit of 65 degrees Celsius.
This advanced TPS technology detects any increase in temperature beyond the set limit and would hence cut off the battery operations immediately to prevent any mishaps. TX9 also uses a metal body in its battery system instead of the common ABS materials to prevent any fire-related hazards.
TX9 450X which is currently in the testing phase for launch includes the thermal management system which would ensure that the temperature of the battery would not rise beyond 45 degrees Celsius whether the EV is in an ON or OFF position. The second patent which is approved aims to deliver a swapping station that helps to achieve the usage of 100% sustainable energy. The third patent which relates to the development of a hybrid system is still in the nascent stage of approval.
Akhilraj Dhanarajan, Founder and CEO, mentions that the global market is transforming and the world is entering the era of electric vehicles. Therefore, it is necessary to deeply understand the potential of technology and implement the same in the respective arena to turn this change into a major revolution. TX9 not only aims to develop the existing technologies but the R&D teams are also developing novel technologies to be introduced in the market. TX9 has taken all challenges as an opportunity to be the game changer in the market and strives to introduce a varied number of innovative ideas.