LiFePO4 Lithium Battery LCD 12V 100Ah 200Ah 300Ah For Solar Storage /Home Storage

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LiFePO4 Lithium Battery LCD 12V 100Ah 200Ah 300Ah For Solar Storage /Home Storage

LiFePO4 Lithium Battery LCD 12V 100Ah 200Ah 300Ah For Solar Storage /Home Storage

LiFePO4 Lithium Battery LCD 12V 100Ah 200Ah 300Ah For Solar Storage /Home Storage

Electrical

Characteristics

Nominal Voltage 12.8V / 25.6V
Nominal Capacity 50Ah / 100Ah / 150Ah / 200Ah / 300Ah
Energy 1280~3840Wh
Internal Resistance ≤120mΩ
Cycle Life ≥4000 cycles
Months Self Discharge <3%
Efficiency of Charge 100% @0.5C
Efficiency of Discharge 96~99% @1C
Standard Charge Charge Voltage 14.6±0.2V
Charge Mode 0.2C to 14.6V, then 14.6V,charge current to 0.02C (CC/CV)
Charger Current 40A (customizable)
Max. Charge Current 70A (customizable)
Charge Cut-off Voltage 15.6V±0.2V
Standard Discharge Continuous Current 70A (customizable)
Max. Pulse Current 100A(<30min) (customizable)
Discharge Cut-off Voltage 10.5V
Environmental Charge Temperature 0 ℃ to 45 ℃ (32F to 113F) @60±25% Relative Humidity
Discharge Temperature -20 ℃ to 60 ℃ (-4F to 140F) @60±25% Relative Humidity
Storage Temperature 0 ℃ to 40 ℃ (32F to 104F) @60±25% Relative Humidity
Water Dust Resistance /
Mechanical Cell & Method /
Plastic Case ABS
LCD Display SOC, Voltage, Temperature

So far, the new cell can’t quite live up to the longevity of lithium-ion batteries in terms of the number of charge-discharge cycles it can go through before losing too much power to be useful. But that limitation is “not the cathode’s problem”; it has to do with the overall cell design, and “we’re working on that,” Li says. Even in its present early form, he says, “this may be useful for some niche applications, like a drone with long range,” where both weight and volume matter more than longevity.

“I think this is a new arena for research,” Li says.

The work was supported by the Samsung Advanced institute of Technology, the National Key Technologies R&D Program of China, the National Science Foundation of China, and MIT’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering. The team also included professor Jing Kong and others at MIT, as well as researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing, the Songshan Lake Materials Laboratory in Guangdong, China, the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology America in Burlington, Massachusetts, and Tongji University in Shanghai.

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