Rechargeable Battery 48V 100AH 200AH Lifepo4 Battery High Quality Deep Cycle Battery

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Rechargeable Battery 48V 100AH 200AH Lifepo4 Battery High Quality Deep Cycle Battery

PRODUCT PARAMETER

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Model

Lithium battery

Rated Capacity (5HR)

100AH

Nominal Voltage

51.2V

Discharge Ending Voltage

43.2V

Charging Limited Voltage

57.6V

Max.Charging Current

50.0A

Max.Continue Discharging Current

50.0A

Weight

Approx.49kg

Display

Optional

Parallel Connection

Parallel connection is optional(up to 16P).

When paralleling,the max. charging current is 20A

Dimensions (W*D*H)mm(inches)

436(17.17”)*420(16.54”)*220(8.66”) 

Containing Cell

3.2V 50AH

Design Life

More than 10years

Cycle Life

More than 3000 cycles at 80% DOD

IP Class 

IP30

Outer Package Material 

White bake lacquer steel case (battery rack or cabinet is optional)

Operating Temperature

Charging : 0 to +45   

Discharging : -20 to +60   

Storage : -20 to +60

Rechargeable Battery 48V 100AH 200AH Lifepo4 Battery High Quality Deep Cycle Battery

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A new approach to the design of a liquid battery, using a passive, gravity-fed arrangement similar to an old-fashioned hourglass, could offer great advantages due to the system’s low cost and the simplicity of its design and operation, says a team of MIT researchers who have made a demonstration version of the new battery.

Liquid flow batteries — in which the positive and negative electrodes are each in liquid form and separated by a membrane — are not a new concept, and some members of this research team unveiled an earlier concept three years ago. The basic technology can use a variety of chemical formulations, including the same chemical compounds found in today’s lithium-ion batteries. In this case, key components are not solid slabs that remain in place for the life of the battery, but rather tiny particles that can be carried along in a liquid slurry. Increasing storage capacity simply requires bigger tanks to hold the slurry.

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