Lifepo4 Battery 12V 100AH Battery Pack Deep Cycle Lithium Battery Factory Price With BMS

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Lifepo4 Battery 12V 100AH Battery Pack Deep Cycle Lithium Battery Factory Price With BMS

Lifepo4 Battery 12V 100AH Battery Pack Deep Cycle Lithium Battery Factory Price With BMS

Lifepo4 Battery 12V 100AH Battery Pack Deep Cycle Lithium Battery Factory Price With BMS

Item Specification Note
Nominal Voltage: 12V Any voltage can be customized
Nominal Capacity: 100Ah Any capacity can be customized
Discharge Cut-Off: 8V
Charge Cut-Off: 14.6V
Charge Current: 20A Free customization service
Cont. Discharge: 20A Free customization service
Peak Discharge: 30A Free customization service
Impedance: ≤200mΩ
Charge Temperature: 0℃ – 45℃
Discharge Temperature: -20℃ – 60℃
Charge Method: CC/CV
Life Cycle: 6000 80% DOD, Max. 95% DOD
BMS: With BMS
Dimension: 330mm*175mm*220mm Any dimension can be customized
Weight: 19KG

Among other advantages, the electrical conductivity of the combined material is relatively high, thus reducing the need for carbon and lowering the overall volume, Li says. Typical sulfur cathodes are made up of 20 to 30 percent carbon, he says, but the new version needs only 10 percent carbon.

The net effect of using the new material is substantial. Today’s commercial lithium-ion batteries can have energy densities of about 250 watt-hours per kilogram and 700 watt-hours per liter, whereas lithium-sulfur batteries top out at about 400 watt-hours per kilogram but only 400 watt-hours per liter. The new version, in its initial version that has not yet gone through an optimization process, can already reach more than 360 watt-hours per kilogram and 581 watt-hours per liter, Li says.  It can beat both lithium-ion and lithium-sulfur batteries in terms of the combination of these energy densities.

With further work, he says, “we think we can get to 400 watt-hours per kilogram and 700 watt-hours per liter,” with that latter figure equaling that of lithium-ion. Already, the team has gone a step further than many laboratory experiments aimed at developing a large-scale battery prototype: Instead of testing small coin cells with capacities of only several milliamp-hours, they have produced a three-layer pouch cell (a standard subunit in batteries for products such as electric vehicles) with a capacity of more than 1,000 milliamp-hours. This is comparable to some commercial batteries, indicating that the new device does match its predicted characteristics.

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