Lithium Battery 15ah Cylindrical Battery 3.2V Rechargeable Battery Pack

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15ah Lithium Battery  Cylindrical Battery 3.2V Rechargeable Battery Pack

15ah Lithium Battery
Cylindrical Battery
3.2V Rechargeable
Battery Pack

 Lithium Battery 15ah Cylindrical Battery 3.2V Rechargeable Battery Pack

Item

Specification

Remark

 Capacity

Minimum 15Ah

 By Standard Charge and Discharge

Nominal Voltage

3.2V

Standard Discharge Average 3.2V

Max Charge Voltage

3.65V

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Standard Charge Current

0.5C

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Standard Charge Time

2.5h

CC-CV

Continuous Charge Current (Max.)

3C

Not for Cycle Test

Min. Discharge Voltage

2.0V

-20℃(1.8V)
Standard Discharge Current

1C

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Continuous Discharge Current (Max.)

5C

Not for Cycle Test

Cell Weight

less than290g

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Cell Internal Impedance

less than3mΩ

AC, 1kHz

Storage Temperature

-20~50℃
-20~40℃
-20~20℃

1 month
3 month
1 year

Standard Charge

Constant current
Constant voltage
End current (Cut off)

0.5C
3.65V
0.05C

Standard Discharge

Constant Current

End voltage (Cut off)

1C
2.0V

Temperature of Charge or Discharge

Charge:0~45℃
Discharge:-20~55℃

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Lithium prices will slowly recover from 2021, but in the short term they will continue to fall, analysts gathered at Fastmarket’s Lithium Supply&Markets conference in Santiago, Chile agreed.

Vehicle electrification will drive greater demand for lithium at an expected 1Mt by 2025, although the current oversupply situation will not allow prices to recover this year or next, key industry analysts said.

“EV battery factories plan rapid growth. We expect a 10-fold increase among the top five … Also new capacity expansion plans are being announced regularly, almost weekly or monthly,” said William Adams, head of base metals and battery research at Fastmarkets.

“We see no shortage of battery capacity. In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if overcapacity is built in China,” he said.

Chinese entities control nearly half of global lithium production and 60% of the electric battery production capacity, according to Reuters figures.

The demand surge for lithium and EVs was followed by a supply response, said Adams.

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