Lifepo4 Battery 3000 Cycles Lithium Iron Phosphate 48V 100AH Lithium Ion Battery For Solar System

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Lifepo4 Battery 3000 Cycles Lithium Iron Phosphate 48V 100AH Lithium Ion Battery For Solar System

Lifepo4 Battery 3000 Cycles Lithium Iron Phosphate 48V 100AH Lithium Ion Battery For Solar System

Lifepo4 Battery 3000 Cycles Lithium Iron Phosphate 48V 100AH Lithium Ion Battery For Solar System

Model Capacity Dimensions (+/-3mm) Weight Kgs
L (mm) W (mm) H (mm)
LFP12-60 12V60AH 120 140 200 6
LFP12-85 12V85AH 250 180 150 10
LFP12-120 12V120AH 200 180 200 13
LFP24-85 24V85AH 450 180 180 17
LFP24-120 24V120AH 450 180 200 24
LFP48-68 48V68AH 500 140 220 28

A new type of battery developed by researchers at MIT could be made partly from carbon dioxide captured from power plants. Rather than attempting to convert carbon dioxide to specialized chemicals using metal catalysts, which is currently highly challenging, this battery could continuously convert carbon dioxide into a solid mineral carbonate as it discharges.

While still based on early-stage research and far from commercial deployment, the new battery formulation could open up new avenues for tailoring electrochemical carbon dioxide conversion reactions, which may ultimately help reduce the emission of the greenhouse gas to the atmosphere.

The battery is made from lithium metal, carbon, and an electrolyte that the researchers designed. The findings are described today in the journal Joule, in a paper by assistant professor of mechanical engineering Betar Gallant, doctoral student Aliza Khurram, and postdoc Mingfu He.

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