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Essential Patents on Modular Battery Cartridges for Electric Vehicles    

Modular battery system that allows to plug different battery modules to a car or motorcycle electric drive system depending on the charge level and on the range.

Overview

A battery system for an automobile or motorcycle is buit up of several (2 to 5) battery modules or cartridges adapted to be charged independantly. In this way, an automobile or motorcycle can have a milleage range according to the number of battery modules or cartridges that are pluged and charged and to their charge level. An exhausted battery module or cartridge can easily be replaced by a charged one purchased at service stores as a service provided by a dealer or service station. Alternatively, one can acquire his/her own battery modules or cartridges and charge them at will at home (or in public premises) depending on the charge level of the modules or cartridges.

JP counterpart patent is already issued and, like the rest of pending patents, it has excellent short broad independent claims.

Primary Application of the Technology

Electric Car/Motorcycle Industry
Smart Grids
Low Carbon Technologies

Competitive Advantage

Essential patent with various EoU and Claim Charts available.
JP patent granted.
US application publication has already received 2 backward citations.

The seller would like to be granted a license back.

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Patent Summary

U.S. Patent Classes & Classifications Covered in this listing:

Class 429: Chemistry: Electrical Current Producing Apparatus, Product, And Process

This class is the generic class for devices which produce an electrical current by means of a chemical reaction or change in physical state (e.g., from liquid to gas, etc.). Also included are the following subject matter not provided for elsewhere. 1. Structural combinations of the device, subcombinations and elements thereof. 2. Electrolyte, compositions of the same, and process of preparation. 3. Process of operating the device. 4. Miscellaneous process involving the device.cata

Subclass 7: WITH NONBATTERY ELECTRICAL COMPONENT ELECTRICALLY CONNECTED WITHIN CELL CASING OTHER THAN TESTING OR INDICATING COMPONENTS