09 October 2015
A new non-freezing battery for Arctic has been developed in Russia
"The ice-lead battery (battery) designed to work in cold climates and to provide an electric motor to run any types of military automotive and armored vehicles," - sends a message Tass agency.
As explained in the Ministry of Defense, "a special ultrasonic transducer mounted in the battery, in the course of its work, reducing the viscosity of the electrolyte in finding the battery at negative temperatures, thereby increasing its natural capacity."
A device with a supercapacitor, can run stalled the car for 30 secondsin Arctic conditions. It is connected to the external trigger outlet, located in the car with the driver's side, for it does not even have to open the hood. The device looks like a battery, but does not get frozen.
"This innovative device (small portable trigger a molecular energy store) Marines are going to use to run any sample of internal combustion engines. The apparatus can operate efficiently even under arctic conditions, when the temperature falls below minus 30 degrees Celsius. In addition, the device is equipped with an external trigger socket, a special charge indicator and has the ability to charge a small current, "- said the representative of the Airborne Forces. He is ready to start the car in the Arctic for 30 seconds, and if you want to do it again - you can do it every 30 seconds.
For comparison, a conventional battery occupies the period of 3 to 30 minutes per cycle and after the two failures of the battery can be disposed.
New developed in the Ryazan Higher Airborne Command School. Margelov.