Lithium Iron Battery 96.2V 15AH Battery Pack With BMS/Lithium Battery Charger
|Internal impedance||≤ 800mΩ|
|Discharge Cut-off Voltage||72.8V|
|Max Charge Voltage||109.2V|
|Max. Continuous Charge Current||2.0A-50A|
|Max. Continuous Discharge Current||5A-100A|
|Max. Discharge Peak Current||5A -100A|
|Protections||All protections adopted, please check Specs. of the PCM as below|
The material could help to improve performance of supercapacitors, Mao says. Such devices can be used to store electrical charge and are sometimes used to supplement battery systems in electric vehicles to provide an extra boost of power. Using the new material instead of a conventional electrolyte in a supercapacitor could increase its energy density by a factor of four or five, Mao says. Using the new electrolyte, future supercapacitors may even be able to store more energy than batteries, he says, potentially even replacing batteries in applications such as electric vehicles, personal electronics, or grid-level energy storage facilities.
The material could also be useful for a variety of emerging separation processes, Mao says. “A lot of newly developed separation processes require electrical control,” in various chemical processing and refining applications and in carbon dioxide capture, for example, as well as resource recovery from waste streams. These ionic liquids, being highly conductive, could be well-suited to many such applications, he says.
The material they initially developed is just an example of a variety of possible SAIL compounds. “The possibilities are almost unlimited,” Mao says. The team will continue to work on different variations and on optimizing its parameters for particular uses. “It might take a few months or years,” he says, “but working on a new class of materials is very exciting to do. There are many possibilities for further optimization.”