Nov. 7, 2006 — NanoDynamics Inc., a Buffalo, N.Y, diversified nanotechnology and nanomaterials manufacturing company, announced that it will introduce its new NDRevolution 50H portable hybrid solid oxide fuel cell system at the 2006 Fuel Cell Seminar, to be held Nov. 13 to Nov. 16 in Honolulu, Hawaii.
“This system proves the viability of micro tubular SOFCs in portable power applications, successfully moving the technology from the realm of science project to a commercially available product,” said Caine Finnerty, director of technology, in a prepared statement.
The unit is compatible with a variety of commonly available gaseous hydrocarbon fuels including propane and butane. The 50-watt system offers, a fully regulated 12 Volt / 50 Watt power output with a 150 percent overload capacity. This is intended to make the Revolution 50H an ideal power source for recreational, military, commercial and industrial power needs including remote signage, communications, sensing and marine applications.