Rechargeable battery High Large Capacity Lipo Battery cell 3.7v 10000mah For Power Bank

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Rechargeable battery High Large Capacity Lipo Battery cell 3.7v 10000mah For Power Bank

Rechargeable battery High Large Capacity Lipo Battery cell 3.7v 10000mah For Power Bank

Rechargeable battery High Large Capacity Lipo Battery cell 3.7v 10000mah For Power Bank

Battery Type
Li-Polymer
Material
LiCoO2/NMC
PN
9065113
Voltage/Capacity
3.7V/10000mAh
Weight
Approx 180g
Shape
Soft pack
Dimensions
9.1(T)x65.5(W)x115.5(L)mm MAX
Package
Inner Tray + Carton
Cycle Life
≥500 times
Warranty
12 months
Charge Info
Charge Cut-off Voltage : 4.20V±0.05V
Charging method: CC/CV
Standard Charge Current : 2000 mA (0.2C)
Max Charge Current: 10000mA (1.0C)
Discharge Info
Discharge Cut-off Voltage : 3.0V
Max Constant Discharge Current : 10000mA/Customized
Working

Temperature
Standard Charge: 0~+40℃
Standard Discharge: -20~+60℃
Production Lead Time 
In stock: 5-7 working days;  Out of stock: 20-25 working days 

Eggleton is studying the type of fatigue that makes lithium ion batteries less efficient over time. “We’re studying whether this is based off of certain stresses, cracking, or fractures and how that’s affecting the overall efficiency of the battery. I know I’m going to be working on making different types of electrodes and then I will look at them using [scanning electron microscopy] to analyze the film properties,” Eggleton says.

Working with McGrogan, Eggleton did indentation hardness testing and cracking tests in one of her first days on the job as an intern. She’ll be making electrodes and studying the materials with analytical techniques such as scanning electron microscopy.

McGrogan, in his first summer working with an undergraduate, says: “Working with my REU has refreshed my perspective on my research, as she brings a new curiosity to the problems I’m trying to solve. Erica has met my research questions with eyes wide open, and I find her ambition and enthusiasm to be personally motivating. I feel certain that she will be an important contributor to my research projects by the end of the summer.”

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