Lithium Ion Battery 12V 100AH Lifepo4 Battery With BMS And Bluetooth

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Lithium Ion Battery 12V 100AH Lifepo4 Battery With BMS And Bluetooth

Lithium Ion Battery 12V 100AH Lifepo4 Battery With BMS And Bluetooth

Lithium Ion Battery 12V 100AH Lifepo4 Battery With BMS And Bluetooth

Cell Technology LiFePO4
Battery Module Energy (Wh) 1280
Battery Module Voltage (V) 12.8
Battery Module Capacity (Ah) 100
Battery Module Cell Configuration 4S
Charge Method CC/CV
Battery Module Charge Voltage (Vdc) 14.8
Battery System Charge Current (Standard) 20A
Battery Module Charge Current (Max.) 50A
Battery Module Discharge cut-off Voltage (Vdc) 10V
Battery System Discharge Current (Standard) 20A
Battery Module Discharge Current (Max.) 100A
AC Resistance ≤100mΩ
Efficiency 98%
Dimension (L*W*H, mm) Customized Size
Weight 13.8KG
Communication Option of CANBUS OR RS485
Protection Class IP65
Operation Cycle Life Over 2000 times
Operation Life 5+ years
Charge Temperature Range 0 — 45℃
Discharge Temperature Range -20 — 60℃
Storage Temperature -20 — 45 ℃
Self-Discharge Rate (Residual capacity) ≤3%/month; ≤15%/years

“This battery literally inhales and exhales air, but it doesn’t exhale carbon dioxide, like humans — it exhales oxygen,” says Yet-Ming Chiang, the Kyocera Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at MIT and co-author of a paper describing the battery. The research appears today in the journal Joule.

The battery’s total chemical cost — the combined price of the cathode, anode, and electrolyte materials — is about 1/30th the cost of competing batteries, such as lithium-ion batteries. Scaled-up systems could be used to store electricity from wind or solar power, for multiple days to entire seasons, for about $20 to $30 per kilowatt hour.

Co-authors with Chiang on the paper are: first author Zheng Li, who was a postdoc at MIT during the research and is now a professor at Virginia Tech; Fikile R. Brushett, the Raymond A. and Helen E. St. Laurent Career Development Professor of Chemical Engineering; research scientist Liang Su; graduate students Menghsuan Pan and Kai Xiang; and undergraduate students Andres Badel, Joseph M. Valle, and Stephanie L. Eiler.

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