About Us: Volfdieccaa Systems is a startup where like minded people have joined hands to bring the latest in energy storage to replace the 120 year old Lead-Acid battery technology, for public use at home, business and Industrial establishments at affordable cost and quality.


End of an Era

Lead Acid batteries have been there for the last 120 years and they have proved themselves stronger and reliable with the passage of time and with lots of innovations put into it by the battery industry and the associated research organization and universities across the world. It's time to say good bye to the wonder box and move on with the latest in offer. The reasons are myriad. The major ones being that, they are very heavy and cannot discharge beyond 50% of their capacity without damaging their plates. Also the fact that, they use corrosive acid as their electrolyte. The latest technology in the market is based on Lithium metal which gives much better energy density, light weight per unit watt generated and ability to offer 95% of their capacity for use yet not damaging the battery itself and again charging itself to repeat the discharge cycle. Lithium also offers lasting life of more than 10 years if used correctly with 80% of the capacity intact. Lithium was a costly affair up till now. With electrical mobility concept picking up across the world, the prices of lithium battery technology started to slide down to the path to easy adoption and availability. We as a startup at VOLFDIECCAA SYSTEMS, do recognize this fact and are striving to bring this technology to masses with affordability and quality. We are eager to develop energy storage products suited for home environment, business and industries.

Problems with Lead Acid

1. Very shallow charge and discharge cycle. 2. Less than 50% of the charge in the battery is usable (In 100AH only 50AH is usable). 3. Very less charge discharge lifecycle (e.g. 500). 4. Very clumsy and heavy. 5. Very costly to acquire and operate including maintenance. 6. Corrosive acid and fumes to handle. 7. Lead used in the battery is carcinogenic. 8. Monthly standalone of upto 5 - 20%.

Available Solution

Of all the solutions available currently in the world, Lithium chemistry the one which hold promise due to its high charge density capability or in other words capable of holding large amount of charge in a small space. PROBLEMS WITH LITHIUM CHEMISTRY: 1. Catches fire easily when exposed to air. 2. Catches fire when over discharging. 3. Catches fire when over charging Highly unstable. 4. Does not work at minus temperature regions. 5. Not suitable for hot tropical Indian Climate.

Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePo4)

There is another chemistry which is promising and safe for public use and that is the LiFePo4 battery. Below are the attributes which makes it a promising proposition. 1. Highly stable composition. 2. Does not catch fire. 3. Easily works at fairly low temperatures and higher ones, compared to pure lithium Ion battery. 4. Long time charge retention (3% per month discharge rate). 5. Light weight (Less than 1/4th that of Lead Acid). 6. High Charge density per kilogram.