Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery 48v Li-Lion Lithium Battery For E City Bike

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Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery 48v Li-Lion Lithium Battery For E City Bike

Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery 48v Li-Lion Lithium Battery For E City Bike

Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery 48v Li-Lion Lithium Battery For E City Bike

Battery material:  power 18650 lithium battery
Charging / discharging mode: same end / heresy (customer optional)
Battery specifications: 48V8A/48V10A/48V14A/48V20A/48V24A
Rated voltage:  48V
Rated capacity:  8Ah/10Ah/14Ah/20Ah/24Ah (can be customized according to customer needs)
Protection function: independent lithium battery protection circuit
Overcharge protection voltage:  4.25V±20mV (single-cell lithium protection voltage), total protection 55.25V±20mV
Over-discharge protection voltage: 2.7V±20mV (single-section over-discharge protection voltage), total protection 35.1V±20mV
Working range: 35.1V-55.25V±20mV
Rated operating current: 2A/4A / 6A (adjustable)
Sustainable discharge current: 15A (adjustable)
Instantaneous discharge current: 30A (adjustable)
Charging/discharging operating temperature:  0°C-45°C±5°C/-10°C±75°C 
Service life:  0.5C discharge 500 cycles
Cruising range: about 35KM-65KM
Motor power: less than 600W

Lithium miners are seeing investor interest go up in smoke.

The flow of capital into the cannabis industry is draining investments into lithium producers that supply the raw mineral key to power the electric-vehicle revolution.

Mining companies and analysts at the Lithium Supply and Markets Conference in Santiago this week said they couldn’t help but notice the half-empty rooms at the sessions — and the lack of investors and fund managers among attendants. The picture was remarkably different from last year’s event, when prices for the mineral used in rechargeable batteries were at historic highs. This year prices have fallen 17%.

“A lot of the risk capital that had gone into the lithium sector is now running into cannabis,” said Tobias Tetter, managing director at Zurich-based fund manager Commodity Capital AG. The lithium market “absolutely needs more investment, not just from car manufacturers or chemical companies but also from institutional investors and fund managers.”

Lithium miners need billions of dollars in investments in order to expand production and to keep up with demand that’s expected to rise at double-digit rates in coming years, according to conference participants including Anthony Tse, chief executive officer of Perth, Australia-based producer Galaxy Resources Ltd.

While the market is slightly oversupplied at the moment, it is expected to remain tight, with demand set to reach 1 million tons per year by 2025, from about 325,000 tons last year, according to BloombergNEF.

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