“a revolutionary “kit” of standard components that allows OEMs and pack assemblers a simple, cost-effective way to assemble large format battery pack solutions for electric vehicle (EV) and energy storage system (ESS) applications. Available in 155 Wh and 116 Wh increments, module designs can be created to meet a wide variety of voltage and capacity requirements.”
“Companies in need of large format battery packs are faced with spending significant time and expense in designing, qualifying and fabricating custom solutions to meet their requirements. Boston-Power’s Ensemble Module System provides a semi-custom cell-to-module approach to quickly and easily integrate Boston-Power’s cells into high energy density battery modules. For OEMs and pack assemblers, the Ensemble Module System accelerates time to proof of concept, prototype and most importantly market while reducing upfront capital investment, program risk, BOM complexity, labor cost, production yield and operational complexity.”
Yawn!!! Nikon Inc. should have called the camera a D3300B ( for longer battery life) or Nikon D3300S (snapbridge) instead.
actually the one who buy this model do neither care much about spec nor how to use them, just a camera look ok and price within they budget, that's it.