Lithium-Ion Battery Pack 24V 60AH High Life/Fast Charging For Electric Equipment
|Nominal Capacity||60Ah||±5% @25℃|
|Pack resistance||< 50 mΩ||@ 1KHz AC，50% SOC|
|Peak Charge Current(10S)||120A||10S|
|Peak Discharge Current(10S)||120A||10S|
|Ingress Protection||IP67||Connector not included|
|Storage Temperature||-20℃~40 ℃||SOC>30%，one full charge needed per two months|
|Operating Temperature Discharge||-20 ℃~60 ℃|
|Operating Temperature Charge||0 ℃~55 ℃|
What sets a superconductor apart from a conventional conductor is that, in the latter, you have to apply a potential between two different points to run a current through, but in the former, you can just set in motion the current and then remove the voltage, leave the system as is, and there will be a persistent current flowing through the material.
Comin explains further: “You have initiated a motion, or flow, of electrons, that will persist forever, protected from dissipation by the laws of quantum mechanics. It’s superfluid in the sense that the flow of electrons does not encounter resistance, or friction. Even if you remove the initial source that created that flow, it will continue unabated as in a frictionless electronic fluid.”
This electronic super fluidity is a quantum state of matter, so it behaves in a very exotic way that is different from classical physics, Comin says. It is already being used in many high-power applications requiring large currents or large magnetic fields.