Lithium Battery 12V 100AH Rechargeable Battery Lithium ion Phosphate Battery

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Lithium Battery 12V 100AH Rechargeable Battery Lithium ion Phosphate Battery

Lithium Battery 12V 100AH Rechargeable Battery Lithium ion Phosphate Battery

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Characteristics

Nominal Voltage 12.8V (12V)
Nominal Capacity 100Ah
Energy 1280Wh
Internal Resistance ≤90mΩ
Cycle Life >2000 cycles @1C 100%DOD
Months Self Discharge <3%
Efficiency of Charge 100% @0.5C
Efficiency of Discharge 96~99% @1C
Standard Charge Charge Voltage 14.6±0.2V
Charge Mode 0.2C to 14.6V, then 14.6V,charge current to 0.02C (CC/CV)
Charger Current 50A
Max. Charge Current 70A
Charge Cut-off Voltage 15.6V±0.2V
Standard Discharge Continuous Current 70A
Max. Pulse Current 100A(<10s)
Discharge Cut-off Voltage 10V
Environmental Charge Temperature 0 ℃ to 45 ℃ (32F to 113F) @60±25% Relative Humidity
Discharge Temperature -20 ℃ to 60 ℃ (-4F to 140F) @60±25% Relative Humidity
Storage Temperature 0 ℃ to 40 ℃ (32F to 104F) @60±25% Relative Humidity
Water Dust Resistance IP56
Mechanical Cell & Method 3.2V 25Ah 4S4P
Plastic Case ABS
Dimensions (in./mm.) 330*173*220mm / Customized
Weight (lbs./kg.) 13.5kg (29.76 lbs)
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While previous research has always lumped the two types of growth together under the blanket term “dendrites,” he says, the new work demonstrates the precise conditions for each distinct growth mode to occur, and how the mossy type can be relatively easily controlled.

The root-growing mossy growth, the team found, can be blocked by adding a separator layer made of a nanoporous ceramic material (a sponge-like material with tiny pores at the nanometer scale, or billionths of a meter across). The tip-growing dendritic growth, by contrast, cannot be easily blocked, but fortunately should not occur in practical batteries. The normal working currents of these batteries are much lower than the characteristic current associated with the tip-growing deposits, so these deposits will not form unless significant degradation of the electrolyte has occurred.

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