Lithium Battery 3.7V 2600mah Lithium Ion Battery Deep Cycle For Medical Equipment

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Lithium Battery 3.7V 2600mah Lithium Ion Battery Deep Cycle For Medical Equipment

Lithium Battery 3.7V 2600mah Lithium Ion Battery Deep Cycle For Medical Equipment

Lithium Battery 3.7V 2600mah Lithium Ion Battery Deep Cycle For Medical Equipment

NO. Item Specifications
1 Typical Capacity 2630mAh @ 0.2C Discharge
Minimum capacity 2600mAh @ 0.2C Discharge
2 Nominal voltage 3.7V
3 Standard Charge CC/CV,0.2C5A, 4.20V
4 Standard Discharge CC,0.2C5A, 3.00V
5 End-of-charge Voltage 4.20V±0.05V
6 End-of-charge Current 0.01C5A (At CV mode)
7 End-of-discharge Voltage 3.00 V
8 Charging Time 8.0hours(standard charge)
9 Quick Charge Current 2600mA (1.0C5rate)
10 Quick Discharge Current 5200mA (2.0C5rate)
11 Max Discharge Current 7800mA (3.0C5rate)
12 Initial Impedance Max:65m
13 Weight Approx:46.0±2g
14 Operating temperature Charging: 0℃~45℃

Discharging:-20℃~60℃

15 Storage temperature -5℃~35℃
16 Storage Humidity ≤75% RH
17 Appearance Without scratch, distortion, contamination and leakage
18 Standard environmental condition Temperature : 23±5℃

Humidity : 45-75%RH

Atmospheric Pressure : 86-106 Kpa

The sorbent molecule used in CCS is an amine, a derivative of ammonia. In CCS, exhaust is bubbled through an amine-containing solution, and the amine chemically binds the CO2, removing it from the exhaust gases. The CO2 — now in liquid form — is then separated from the amine and converted back to a gas for disposal.

In CCS, those last steps require high temperatures, which are attained using some of the electrical output of the power plant. Gallant wondered whether her team could instead use electrochemical reactions to separate the CO2 from the amine — and then continue the reaction to make a solid, CO2-containing product. If so, the disposal process would be simpler than it is for gaseous CO2. The CO2 would be more densely packed, so it would take up less space, and it couldn’t escape, so it would be safer. Better still, additional electrical energy could be extracted from the device as it discharges and forms the solid material. “The vision was to put a battery-like device into the power plant waste stream to sequester the captured CO2 in a stable solid, while harvesting the energy released in the process,” says Gallant.

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