This is an image of the battery module that we will be using on the bike. I worked on designing this module with one other team member over the course of a semester. The module provides four psi of compression to the cells via two compression plates on either end of the stack. This is recommended by Xalt to improve performance and safety of the cells. The tabs of the cells are connected via copper bus bars at the top of the pack. They are seated in polycarbonate for insulation purposes. The outer enclosure of the module is a combination of sheet and angle aluminum. The module is fully enclosed, providing maximum protection to the bike and the rider in the case of a thermal event. The temperature of the cells within the pack is maintained below the 60 C threshold by AllCell PCC-48 phase change material. This product is placed between every other cell in the pack, and absorbs much of the latent heat from the cells when the wax that it is infused with melts at 48 C.