Ibeos Featured In NASA's Annual Smallsat State of the Art Report

Updated: Apr 27

We're honored to share that Ibeos was featured in NASA's annual State of the Art of Small Spacecraft Technology Report! Read the full report here, and see what they had to say about our Power Distribution and Battery products below:


Ibeos’ 45 W h, 14 V lithium-ion battery module is a radiation tolerant, fault tolerant, and International Space Station (ISS) compliant energy storage system. The aluminum and PEEK packaging is rigid, thermally conductive, and enables flexible mechanical and thermal spacecraft interfacing. A thermistor and polyimide thermofoil heater allow for thermal control. Radiation tolerant battery interface electronics (BIE) provide a remove-before-flight inhibit in addition to over-voltage, over-current, and under-voltage protection. The chassis design enables mechanical integration with a second module to achieve a 90 W h capacity. The individually protected/inhibited battery modules can be connected in parallel to achieve a desired capacity and charge/discharge current. This battery module is designed for turn-key integration with the Ibeos 150-Watt CubeSat EPS (27).