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Enfucell and Molex have signed a license agreement for manufacturing Enfucell SoftBattery

Enfucell guarantees capacity to deliver critical battery materials in sufficient quantities to manufacture a minimum of 1,000,000 batteries per year

26 Sep 2016 | Editor

Enfucell and Molex have announced they have signed a worldwide, non-exclusive manufacturing license agreement for printing Enfucell’s SoftBattery power sources.

Enfucell is strengthening its partner network in order to be able to serve the rapidly growing markets for Internet of Things and wearable devices that utilise printable batteries as power sources.

Enfucell guarantees capacity to deliver critical battery materials in sufficient quantities to manufacture a minimum of 1,000,000 batteries per year.

Enfucell currently has licensees in Belgium, China, Slovakia, Spain, UK and USA. Enfucell's engineering team is providing product development services and prototyping of SoftBattery powered devices.

www.molex.com    www.enfucell.com   


About Enfucell

Enfucell is a technology company located in Vantaa, Finland. Enfucell has developed a printable, thin, flexible and eco-friendly SoftBattery® power source, which can be used in various Internet of Things and wearable electronics products and applications. The company was started in 2002, and employs about 10 people.

Source: Enfucell

About Molex

Molex brings together innovation and technology to deliver electronic solutions to customers worldwide. With a presence in more than 40 countries, Molex offers solutions and services for many markets, including data communications, consumer electronics, industrial, automotive, commercial vehicle and medical.

Molex manufactures electronic, electrical and fiber optic solutions, and brings expertise in printed and flexible electronics, including flex assemblies, PCB assemblies and connector assemblies. The ability to print and integrate power sources to fabricate label- and patch-type devices will further broaden their product offering. Molex also has capability to manufacture printed electronics products in roll-to-roll processes.

Source: Molex


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