Hybrid Battery 48V Lithium Battery Deep Cycle Battery With BMS

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Hybrid Battery 48V Lithium Battery Deep Cycle Battery With BMS

PRODUCT PARAMETER

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Parameter

Factor

Technical Parameter eScooter Batteries

Model

FP005

LR092

LH001

Chemistry

LFP

NCM

NCM

Upper cut-off voltage (±1V)

54.7

Lower cut-off Voltage (±1V)

39

Continuous discharge current (A)

40

Charging current (A)

10

Internal Resistance (mΩ)

≤ 200

≤ 120

≤ 120

Peak current for 5s (A)

50

Motor (48v)

350 W

Cell Balancing

Yes

Dimensions

mm

255x230x175

160x190x280

Weight

kg

12

9.5

9.5

Operating Temperature

Charging °C

0~45

Discharge °C

-10~50

Charging time

hr (approx. )

3

Speed

km/hr

35

Life

Years (approx.)

4+

3+

2+

Cycles (100 ~ 80% DOD)

2500-3000

1200-1700

600-800

Mileage

Total (approx. )

1,50,000

92,000

37,000

Per charge / km

47

46

41

Running cost

Rs / km (approx. )

0.15

0.23

0.44

Hybrid Battery 48V Lithium Battery Deep Cycle Battery With BMS

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Inductive charging enables a power source to transmit energy across an air gap, without the use of connecting wire but one of the main issues with this mode of charging is the amount of unwanted and potentially damaging heat that can be generated. There are several sources of heat generation associated with any inductive charging system — in both the charger and the device being charged. This additional heating is made worse by the fact that the device and the charging base are in close physical contact, any heat generated in one device may be transferred to the other by simple thermal conduction and convection.

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