Battery performance will remain a crucial factor in the success of electric vehicles, with the leading car makers investing heavily to extend range and reduce charging times. Traditionally, all techniques used to establish the current density of battery cells have suffered from technical limitations. Now, though, scientists and engineers at Paragraf™ have successfully exploited the unique characteristics of one-atom-thick graphene to develop a highly accurate Hall sensor that could lead to the design of more optimised battery cells.

This white paper outlines the benefits of the new sensor over existing technologies and explains how it could improve the performance of next-generation electric cars.

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