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Dr Beattied awarded four NSERC ENGAGE grants, 2017-2019

Dr. Beattie is quoted in a Reuters article about sprinking silicon in Li-ion batteries, Nov, 2018

Elcora awarded ~$500k NRC-IRAP project, 2018

Elcora awarded NSBI Productivity and Innovation grant Tier II, 2018

Elcora awarded four Youth Employment Strategy grants, Sept 2017, May 2018

Elcora awarded NSBI Productivity and Innovation grant, Tier 1, Nov 1, 2017

BTInnovations announces Weather Tracker for commercial sale, Feb 14, 2017

BTInnovations developes a low cost circuit for testing Li-ion batteries, Aug 17, 2016

BTInnovations developes a weather station based on a Raspberry Pi Zero, Aug 1, 2016

Publication on understanding capacity fade in silicon based electrodes for lithium-ion batteries

Presentation on Low cost Raspberry Pi cell cyclers at UKES, Birmingham, England, Nov 2105

Oral presentation at ECS Phoenix, Oct 11-15, 2015

Dr. Beattie attends ABAA 8 in Bilbao Spain, Sept 2015

Representatives from WMG visit Argonne National Labs, the Dahn lab, and attend the Battery Show in Novi Michigan, Sept 2015

Warwick named as Electrical Energy Storage Spoke in 1 billion Advanced Propulsion Centre

WMG leads project to create $28 million UK automotive battery pack research facility (Sept. 2015)

Awarded Amorpheus, EPSRC, collaboration with Cambridge (Clare Grey) and UCL (Dan Brett), $2M, (July 2015)

Awarded 96 hours Beam time on XMaS, ESRF, Grenoble, France (May 2015)

Warwick named as Electrical Energy Storage Spoke in $2B Advanced Propulsion Centre (co-author of APC energy storage technology road-map)

Oral presentation at Glasgow Conference - ECS with SOFC-XIV, July 26-31, 2015

BTInnovations anounces the Energy Innovation Centre at Warwick University

Dr. Beattie attends STFC, Abingdon, England, June 2-3, 2014

Friday, October 4th, Dr. Beattie is awarded a spot award from Nexeon for identifying and characterizing faliure mechanisms specific to silicon-based anode materials

Friday, February 22nd, Nexeon has signed a strategic partnership agreement with WACKER Chemie AG. The companies have announced that they will co-operate on the scale-up of Nexeon's silicon anode technology to commercial volumes.

Thursday February 14th, Nexeon has won the Rushlight Award for Energy Efficiency 2012-2013.

Friday, October 19th, 2012, Dr. Beattie is given an award (Idea Champion) for his recent contributions to Nexon's technology

Monday, April 2nd, 2012, Dr. Beattie accepts a position to work with Nexon Inc.

Friday, March 9th, 2012, BTInnovations signs a contract with UNB to produce economical coin cell crimpers. First unit shipped the same day.

Monday, Dec 12th, 2011, Dr. Beattie's participation in the ENGAGE program is highlighted in NSERC's InPartnership December 2011 report

Monday, Nov 14th, 2011, Dr. Beattie will work with Nexeon to develop advanced Li-ion anode materials

Monday, June 13th, 2011, KnowCharge is a featured exhibitor at the SEUS-CP (South Eastern United States Canadian Provinces Alliance) conference.

Friday, May 13th, 2011, KnowCharge is awarded $15,750 from LearnSphere to trial a scaled version of their mixing technology

Wednesday, May 11th, 2011, KnowCharge is featured on the CBC news. View the clip here. An older interview (2009) can be found here

Monday, May 9th, 2011, KnowCharge is chosen as an exhibitor at the upcoming Southeastern United States - Canadian Provinces Alliance (SEUS-CP). SEUS-CP features New Brunswick's truly innovative companies working on world-class innovations.

Monday, Feb 28th, 2011, KnowCharge is joining other New Brunswick companies on a trade mission to China. The mission is sponsored and lead by the provincial government. The goal of the mission is to introduce NB companies to potential customers in Asia.

Monday, Feb 7th, 2011, KnowCharge is awarded $18,750 from LearnSphere to prototype a second generation of anti-static packaging

Friday, Dec 3rd, 2010, KnowCharge is awarded another NSERC ENGAGE grant ($25k), this time with Dr. Villemeur from the University of New Brunswick

Thursday, Dec 2nd, 2010, KnowCharge is featured in the Daily Gleaner again

Thursday, November 11th, 2010, KnowCharge is featured in the Daily Gleaner after attending the Entrepreneurs' Forum's New Brunswick Showcase

Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010, KnowCharge is featured in the Dailey Gleaner

Thursday, October 28, 2010, KnowCharge is awarded $18,750 from LearnSphere to prototype new anti-static packaging paper products at the Herty Advanced Materials Center in Savannah, Georgia.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010, KnowCharge is awarded $7,041 from the Going Global Innovation (GGI) for travel to the Herty Advanced Materials Center to prototype new anti-static packaging paper

Monday, October 4, 2010, KnowCharge is awarded two NSERC ENGAGE grants ($25k each) with Dr. Dyker and Dr. Colpitts from the University of New Brunswick

Friday, September 17, 2010, Here's a link (from 2009) to an article on KnowCharge's technology

Tuesday, August 24, 2010, KnowCharge is featured on CBC Radio Swift. Listen to it here

Monday, June 21, 2010, Dr. Beattie joins KnowCharge Inc. as the Research and Development Manager

Tuesday, April 20, 2010, the Daily Gleaner publishes an article about solar cell research at UNB with Umoe Solar NB

Monday, April 19th, 2010, The University of New Brunswick announces partnership with Umoe Solar New Brunswick (USNB): News release

Also, USNB is awarded $30,620.84 from the NRC - Going Global Initiative program for travel to Norway to establish official collaborations between USNB and three world class solar cell research labs (IFE, SINTEF and NTNU)

Monday, April 12, 2010, Dr. Beattie is appointed as an "Honorary Research Assistant" in the School of Graduate Studies at the Universtiy of New Brunswick

Wednesday, Jan 27, 2010, Umoe Solar New Brunswick is awarded $3M from the Atlantic Innovation Fund (round VII) to study Advanced Solar Energy Conversion technology

Sunday, Jan 3, 2010
www.btinnovations.org goes live

Sunday, Nov 11, 2009
www.btinnovations.org website development begins

Monday, Oct 26, 2009
The trademark name "BT innovations" is registered with Business Developmet Center of Canada


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Crimper-basic-BTInnovations.org.

Coin cell crimper - Basic
$1999

BTInnovations is proud to offer a custom made Lithium-ion coin-cell crimper. The crimper is simple, reliable and small (easily fits into a glove box anti-chamber). One free die is included with each purchase. Dies can be made for all of the common coin cell geometries (e.g. CR2032).

Price: $1999 + shipping
Additional die(s): $599 each
Contact us for more information.
Download the instruction manual here
Download a PDF describing its benefits and capabilities here.




Crimper-standard-BTInnovations.org

Crimper + auto return - Standard
$2499


The basic version of the the crimper is improved by the addition of an auto return feature. The auto return upgrade allows for quicker crimping/unloading cycles. If the unit will be used in a glove box the auto-return feature is highly recommended. One free die is included with each purchase.

Price: $2499 + shipping
Additional die(s): $599 each
Contact us for more information.
Download the instruction manual here
Download a PDF describing its benefits and capabilities here.



Crimper-deluxe-BTInnovations.org

Crimper + auto return + KBr die - Deluxe
$2999


The deluxe version includes the basic crimper model, plus the auto return, plus a KBr die and a free crimping die. In addition, both dies are specially machined to ensure an improved tolerance on the crimp/press.

Price: $2999 + shipping
Additional die(s): $599 each
Contact us for more information.
Download the instruction manual here
Download a PDF describing its benefits and capabilities here.


KBr-press-BTInnovations.org
Refer to http://jes.ecsdl.org/content/158/1/A51.abstract for useful coin cell making recommondations.

KBr press
$1999


The same crimping unit described above can be used as an economical press for forming KBr pellets for FTIR analysis. All that is required is a different die.

Price: $1999 + shipping
Additional die(s): $599 each
Contact us for more information.
Download the instruction manual here






PiClops

June 21, 2015
BTInnovations is happy to announce the PiClops. The PiClops unit makes use of a Raspberry Pi and a custom built circuit board to turn the Pi into a pseudo-constant current (galvanostatic) battery cycler.

Benefits:

  • Low-cost (compared to $500-$5000/channel)
  • Battery cycling circuit
  • Programmable upper/lower cut-off voltages
  • Programmable current (0 - 10 mA)
  • Programmable number of cycles
  • Record voltage, time, current, capacity, temperature and auxillary voltage to text files
  • Automatic current cut-off off when program closes
  • Real-time graphing PiClops
  • Wifi enabled
  • Virtual Network Connection (VNC) preinstalled; monitor, keyboard, mouse not required
  • Can be controlled with a smart phone
  • 8-64 GB of on-board data storage
  • Small footprint
  • Low power (< 5 W)
  • Modular
  • Highly portable

  • Availability:

  • Now. 100 channel minimum order. Sign up for e-mail updates here
  • Price: $15k for 100 channels ($150/channel)
  • Weather Tracker
    $49

    February 14, 2017
    BTInnovations is happy to announce the WeatherTracker. The WeatherTracker is an array of sensors used to track weather as a function of time. The WeatherTracker measures temperature, pressure, humidity, light level and time. The WeatherTracker connects to a Raspberry Pi. This gives the unit a small foot print and low power consumption, while still allowing the user to monitor, record and view the weather in real time.

    Benefits:

  • Low-cost
  • Sensors encased in a convenient, wall-mountable box
  • Free software to interface with sensor box
  • Measure temperature, pressure, humidity and light level simultaneously
  • Record temperature, pressure, humidity and light level vs. time in a convenient text file
  • Allows one to correlate health with weather conditions (e.g. aches/pains during high pressure events)
  • Works indoors and outdoors
  • Perfect for monitoring ideal growing conditions indoors
  • Phone jack type connector allows for short or long cords
  • Raspberry Pi allows user to connect via smart phone (Wifi enabled)
  • Small footprint
  • Low power (< 5 W)
  • Highly portable

  • Availability:

  • Immediately
  • Price: $49 + shipping

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