12V Lithium Battery Deep Cycle Lifepo4 Battery Pack With BMS For Backup Power System
|Product Name||12V120AH Portable Lifepo4 Battery Pack|
|Charge cut-off Voltage||14.6V|
|Discharge cut-off Voltage||10V|
|Max Charge Current||40A|
|Max Discharge Current||200A|
|Charge Working Temp||0~45 ℃|
|Discharge Working Temp||-20~55 ℃|
|BMS Protection||Over-Charge,Over-Discharge,Short circuit ,Over-Temperature,Cell Balance|
The dramatic rise in production of electric vehicles, coupled with expected growth in the use of grid-connected battery systems for storing electricity from renewable sources, raises a crucial question: Are there enough raw materials to enable significantly increased production of lithium-ion batteries, which are the dominant type of rechargeable batteries on the market?
A new analysis by researchers at MIT and elsewhere indicates that for the near future, there will be no absolute limitations on battery manufacturing due to shortages of the critical metals they require. But, without proper planning, there could be short-term bottlenecks in the supplies of some metals, particularly lithium and cobalt, that could cause temporary slowdowns in production.
The analysis, by professor Elsa Olivetti and doctoral student Xinkai Fu in MIT’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Gerbrand Ceder at the University of California at Berkeley, and Gabrielle Gaustad at the Rochester Institute of Technology, appears today in the journal Joule.