Battery Lifepo4 12v/48v 300ah Lithium Li-Ion Battery Packs For Golf Cart

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Battery Lifepo4 12v/48v 300ah Lithium Li-Ion Battery Packs For Golf Cart

Battery Lifepo4 12v/48v 300ah Lithium Li-Ion Battery Packs For Golf Cart

Battery Lifepo4 12v/48v 300ah Lithium Li-Ion Battery Packs For Golf Cart

ItemsItems Parameter
Battery Type Lithium ion NCM
Nominal Voltage 12/24/36/48V
Nominal Capacity 50/60/80/100/120/150Ah
Energy Customized
Internal Resistance ≤20mΩ
Charge Method CC/CV
Cycle Life > 1000 cycles
Dimension (mm) Customized
Charge Temperature Range 0~45°C
Discharge Temperature Range -20~60°C
Recommended Operating Temperature 15~35°C
Self-Discharge Rate (Residual capacity) ≤3%/month; ≤15%/years
Self-Discharge Rate (Reversible capacity)  ≤1.5%/month; ≤8%/years
Storage Temperature & Humidity Range (Less than 1 month) -20~35°C, 45~75%RH
Storage Temperature & Humidity Range(Less than 3 months) -10~35°C, 45~75%RH
Recommended Storage Temperature & Humidity Range 15~35°C,45~75%RH
  • “Production optimisation continues at the Pilgangoora Lithium-Tantalum Project, with record production of 22,375 dry metric tonnes of spodumene concentrate achieved during the month of May, representing ~85% of planned Stage 1 plant capacity.
  • While underlying demand for battery-ready lithium chemicals remains strong, delays in the construction, commissioning and build-out of the Company’s offtake customer chemical conversion capacity in China has resulted in June quarter sales of spodumene concentrate being constrained.
  • Pilbara Minerals is responding proactively to this market dynamic by working with its offtake customers to accommodate their revised ramp-up timelines plus arranging sales to other strategic customers.
  • In response, production at Pilgangoora will be moderated during June and July with the Company utilising this opportunity to undertake continued rectification of RCR defects, complete further plant improvement works, and draw-down final product stocks.
  • The previously announced partnering process is well progressed, with the high level of strategic interest received considered to be indicative of the strong medium and longer-term demand for spodumene concentrate.
  • Due diligence between Pilbara and POSCO has been completed, with final downstream joint venture and technology licensing terms expected to be agreed by the end of June, and a final investment decision and approvals from both boards anticipated during the September quarter.”

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