Lithium Ion Battery 48v 200Ah Lithium Battery Packs For Solar Electric Car

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Lithium Ion Battery 48v 200Ah Lithium Battery Packs For Solar Electric Car

Lithium Ion Battery 48v 200Ah Lithium Battery Packs For Solar Electric Car

Lithium Ion Battery 48v 200Ah Lithium Battery Packs For Solar Electric Car

Model DL-48v200ah/16S8P
Nominal voltage 48V
Charge voltage 58.4v
Nominal capacity 200ah
Battery size 605*395*245mm
Net weight 86.0KG, GROSS WITH wood pallet package BOX102.0 kgs
Battery cell Lithium ion  pouch cell 25ah cell in 16S8P, 128pcs
Lifecycle 2000 times
Max continuous charge current 100A
Max continuous discharge current BMS 100A
Max peak discharge current 200A /2C
Charge method CC/CV
Charge temperature 0-45°C
Discharge temperature -20-60°C
BMS protection over-charge,over-discharge,       over-current,short circuit
CERTIFICATES CE

In the near term, the region is not positioned to contribute to the global lithium supply chain but there is a strong possibility that companies will continue to further define the lithium potential in the area. In the medium term, it is possible that that properties with high-grade deposits in the range of 10 to 20 million tonnes will draw international attention. Rock Tech (OTC:RCKTF), the most advanced operator in the region, has already completed bulk sampling to demonstrate that material produced in the region can be converted into battery grade lithium chemicals.

Looking toward the next few years, spodumene concentrate may be shipped to Thunder Bay for export, and then into the Chinese market for final processing before entering the lithium supply chain, but if so, this would prove to be a short-term business opportunity. Australian explorers have the geographical benefit of being located near China, which offers various advantages regarding supply chain management and costs associated with materials shipment.

It is my opinion that the region would offer great value to a major user of lithium chemicals, such as battery and material manufacturers seeking to reduce their costs by owning a lithium hard-rock deposit in a mining-friendly jurisdiction. Alternatively, there is an opportunity for the establishment of a chemical processing industry located in Ontario or Quebec, but at present it is doubtful whether any current operators will be able to undertake such efforts.

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