mPhase Technologies, Inc.
(OTC BB:XDSL.OB - News), focused on developing and commercializing a new
battery technology based on a well-patented phenomenon known as electrowetting,
today released a 3D rendering of its superhydrophobic silicon separator that
is a key element in the Smart NanoBattery architecture. The membrane design
is based on a porous silicon material that has a similar appearance to a honeycomb.
This unique proprietary design prevents the battery's liquid electrolyte from
coming in contact with the electrodes until power is needed, creating an unparalleled
battery design. This process gives the user of the Smart NanoBattery Power on
Command(tm), a unique differentiator from other battery designs.
The first version of the Smart NanoBattery is made up of 12 individual cells
that are essentially individual batteries assembled into one battery package.
The cells are arranged in a 4x3 matrix inside the Smart NanoBattery fixture,
each of which include all of the elements to act as an independent battery.
To illustrate the extremely small or "micro'' size of honeycomb pores,
each cell contains approximately 17,000 pores that are much smaller than a human
hair. One Smart NanoBattery with 12 cells contains approximately 204,000 pores
in a package about the size of a matchbook. The ability to selectively control
the activation of each individual cell has never before been accomplished in
"The ability to control the liquid electrolyte atop of this honeycombed
structured surface is an incredible accomplishment that we are extremely proud
of,'' said mPhase CEO Ron Durando.
mPhase Technologies, Inc. (OTC BB:XDSL.OB - News), through its wholly owned
subsidiary AlwaysReady, Inc., is focused on developing and commercializing a
new battery technology based on a well-patented phenomenon known as electrowetting,
which provides a unique way to store energy and manage power that will revolutionize
the battery industry.