Lithium Battery Removable 60v 12ah Lithium Battery Pack For Electric Scooter

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Lithium Battery Removable 60v 12ah Lithium Battery Pack For Electric Scooter

Lithium Battery Removable 60v 12ah Lithium Battery Pack For Electric Scooter

Lithium Battery Removable 60v 12ah Lithium Battery Pack For Electric Scooter

Product Specifications
60V 12AH
Combination Method
17S6P (17 series 6)
Battery Model
lithium battery
Brand
QS POWER
Optional Capacity
1800mAh 2000mAh 2200mAh 2400mAh 2600mAh 3000mAh 3200mAh 3400mAh
Rated Voltage
60V
Factory Charged
40%~60%
Rated Capacity
12000mAh
Product Weight
Customized
Rated Power
734.4Wh
Product Size
Customized
Internal Resistance
200~300mΩ milliohm
Charging Temperature
0-40°C
Charging Method
CC&CV (constant current & pressure)
Discharge Temperature
-20-60°C
Charge Cut-off Voltage
71.4V
Storage Temperature
-20-40°C
Discharge Cut-off Voltage
51V
Cycle Life
500 times
Standard Charge Current
0.2C
Customized
Yes
Fast Charge Current
0.5C
Suitable Type
Electric Bike
Maximum Charge Current
1C
Product Certification
MSDS CE FCC ROHS UN38.3
Standard Discharge Current
0.2C
Battery Material
Lithium Cobaltate
Fast Discharge Current
0.5C
Rechargeable
Yes

In the world of electronics, Schottky diodes are used to guide electricity in a specific direction, similar to how a valve in a water main directs the flow of liquid going through it. They are made by attaching a conductor metal like aluminum to a semiconductor material like silicon.

Instead of combining a common metal like aluminum or copper with a conventional semiconductor material like silicon, Gu’s diode is made from a multilayer of microscopic, crystalline Indium Selenide. He and a team of graduate students used a simple heating process to modify one layer of the Indium Selenide to act as a metal and another layer to act as a semiconductor. The researchers then used a new kind of confocal microscope developed by Klar Scientific, a start-up company founded in part by WSU physicist Matthew McCluskey, to study their materials’ electronic properties.

Unlike its conventional counterparts, Gu’s diode has no impurities or defects at the interface where the metal and semiconductor materials are joined together. The smooth connection between the metal and semiconductor enables electricity to travel through the multilayered device with almost 100 percent efficiency.

“When you attach a metal to a semiconductor material like silicon to form a Schottky diode, there are always some defects that form at the interface,” said McCluskey, a co-author of the study. “These imperfections trap electrons, impeding the flow of electricity. Gu’s diode is unique in that its surface does not appear to have any of these defects. This lowers resistance to the flow of electricity, making the device much more energy efficient.”

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