Li-Ion Battery 24V 100AH Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery For Solar Storage

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Li-Ion Battery 24V 100AH Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery For Solar Storage

Li-Ion Battery 24V 100AH Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery For Solar Storage

Li-Ion Battery 24V 100AH Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery For Solar Storage

Weight 26kg
Size 520*238*228mm/ custom
Working Temperature Charge -20°C ~ 45°C , 65±20%RH;
Discharge -20°C ~65°C , 65±20%RH
Storage Temperature Less than 1 month -20°C ~ 45°C
less than 3 months -20°C ~ 35°C
Retention of charge(store in one month) above 95%
Technical Data
Rated Voltage 25.6V
Rated Capacity 100Ah
Inner Resistance below 50 mΩ
Charge & Discharge Way of charge CC/CV(Constant Current / Constant Voltage)
Standard Charge Current 0.2c (Adjustable)
Max Charge Current 1c or customized
Over Charge cut-off voltage 29.6v± 0.025V(optional)
Continuous Discharge Current 0.5c (Adjustable)
Discharge cut-off voltage 20v ± 0.025V(optional)
Peak Discharge Current 3c or customized
Cell Over Charge Protection Voltage 3.65v ± 0.025V(optional)
Cell Over discharge Protection Voltage 2.5v ± 0.025V(optional)

Medical magnetic resonance imaging, high-power microwave generators, superconducting magnetic energy storage units, and the solenoids in nuclear fusion reactors are very different technologies which all critically rely on the ability of superconducting materials to carry and store large electric currents in a compact space without overheating or dissipating large amounts of energy.

Despite their extraordinary properties, most superconducting materials present their own set of demands, such as the need to cool down to the temperature of liquid helium for medical MRIs. Still, superconductors are so efficient compared to everyday materials like copper that the cost of cooling them down with special cryogenic circuits is negligible compared to the energy saved from being converted — and ultimately wasted — in the form of heat, says Riccardo Comin, an assistant professor of physics.

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