Honeywell Li-Ion Tamer gas detection system

Wednesday, 11 October, 2023 | Supplied by: Honeywell Safety Productivity Solutions

Honeywell has deployed its Li-Ion Tamer gas detection system to improve the safety of lithium-ion batteries in Australia and New Zealand.

The plug-and-play rack system is designed to sense the off-gassing that precedes thermal runaway battery failures in lithium-ion batteries earlier than smoke or traditional lower flammability limit (LFL) gas detection. This allows for mitigation before thermal runaway failures occur.

The technology provides a warning up to 20 min before a lithium-ion battery is about to fail, giving building and facilities managers more time to intervene and prevent catastrophic thermal runaway disasters before they occur. This technology will become more crucial as lithium-ion uptake in buildings, sites and facilities continues to accelerate across the A/NZ region.

Li-Ion Tamer includes monitoring sensors installed at the battery racks — downstream convective airstreams — to monitor off-gas events; reference sensors to monitor the make-up of air; air inlets to minimise false alarms; and a controller to aggregate sensor signals and connect to the site controller system.

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