Lithium Battery 60V 20AH Li Ion Battery 18650 Battery For Electric Scooter

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Lithium Battery 60V 20AH Li Ion Battery 18650 Battery For Electric Scooter

Lithium Battery 60V 20AH Li Ion Battery 18650 Battery For Electric Scooter

Lithium Battery 60V 20AH Li Ion Battery 18650 Battery For Electric Scooter

Items Specs
Chemistry Li-ion
Nominal Voltage 60V
Rated Capacity 20Ah
Battery Cell 18650 3.7v or others
Battery size Customized
Battery Weight ≤15kg
Max Constant Discharge Current 1C
Standard Charge Current 0.2C
Continuous Discharge Current According to customers’ requirement
Nominal charge Voltage 3.7V per cell
Overcharge cut off voltage 4.2V per cell
Discharge cut off voltage 2.5V per cell
Standard Discharge Constant Current 0.2C/End Voltage 2.5V
Way of Charge CC/CV
Cycle Life >2000 times (80% of initial capacity at 0.2C rate)
Charge Temperature 0~45℃ 60±25%R.H.
Discharge Temperature -20~55°C 60±25%R.H.
Storage temperature -0~35°C 45-75% R.H.
Charging Time (Std.) 4~5hours
Charging Time (Max.) 2~3hours
Protection Function Over-Current Protection,Over-Discharge Protection, Over-Charge Protection,Short-Circuit Protection, Temperature, Balance

“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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