Rechargeable Lithium Battery 12V Lifepo4 Battery Pack For Solar Street Light
|Voltage||3.2V; 6.4V; 9.6V; 12.8V;|
|Continuous Discharge Current||1C|
|Continuous Charge Current||0.2C|
|Charge Cut-off Voltage||3.65V-14.6V|
|Disharge Cut-off Voltage||2.0V-8.1V|
|Maximum Output Power||18.2W-168W|
|Number Of Cycles||>500 times|
|Maximum Protection Temperature||65±5 ℃|
|Function||Short Circuit Protection; Over Temperature Protection; Anti Overchagre; Over Discharge; Charge Equalization;|
|Wire Type||UL 1007 18# 250MM|
Their first challenge was to develop a novel electrolyte. A lithium-CO2 battery consists of two electrodes — an anode made of lithium and a cathode made of carbon — and an electrolyte, a solution that helps carry charged particles back and forth between the electrodes as the battery is charged and discharged. For their system, they needed an electrolyte made of amine plus captured CO2 dissolved in a solvent — and it needed to promote chemical reactions on the carbon cathode as the battery discharged.
They started by testing possible solvents. They mixed their CO2-absorbing amine with a series of solvents frequently used in batteries and then bubbled CO2 through the resulting solution to see if CO2 could be dissolved at high concentrations in this unconventional chemical environment. None of the amine-solvent solutions exhibited observable changes when the CO2 was introduced, suggesting that they might all be viable solvent candidates.