12V Lifepo4 Lithium Battery Deep Cycle 12v 100ah Lithium Battery With BMS
|Nominal Voltage:||12V||Any voltage can be customized|
|Nominal Capacity:||100Ah||Any capacity can be customized|
|Charge Current:||20A||Free customization service|
|Cont. Discharge:||20A||Free customization service|
|Peak Discharge:||30A||Free customization service|
|Charge Temperature:||0℃ – 45℃|
|Discharge Temperature:||-20℃ – 60℃|
|Life Cycle:||6000||80% DOD, Max. 95% DOD|
|Dimension:||330mm*175mm*220mm||Any dimension can be customized|
“It’s hard to imagine that this viscous liquid could be used for energy storage,” Mao says, “but what we find is that once we raise the temperature, it can store more energy, and more than many other electrolytes.”
That’s not entirely surprising, he says, since with other ionic liquids, as temperature increases, “the viscosity decreases and the energy-storage capacity increases.” But in this case, although the viscosity stays higher than that of other known electrolytes, the capacity increases very quickly with increasing temperature. That ends up giving the material an overall energy density — a measure of its ability to store electricity in a given volume — that exceeds those of many conventional electrolytes, and with greater stability and safety.
The key to its effectiveness is the way the molecules within the liquid automatically line themselves up, ending up in a layered configuration on the metal electrode surface. The molecules, which have a kind of tail on one end, line up with the heads facing outward toward the electrode or away from it, and the tails all cluster in the middle, forming a kind of sandwich. This is described as a self-assembled nanostructure.