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|Name:||24v 400ah Lifepo4 Battery||Cell Combine:||8S1P|
|Cell Inside:||3.2V 400Ah LFP Cells||Storage:||10kwh Lithium Battery|
|Case:||Metal Iron Box||Customized:||Yes|
24v li ion battery pack,
24v lithium battery pack
LFP Battery Pack 24V 400Ah LiFePO4 Solar Energy Storage Battery
We can design any 24V LiFePO4 with the same SLA case size to replace old SLA battery! provide the best price with high quality products, can accept small orders.
No memory effect
Low self discharge and longer service lifespan
High discharge rate
Wide operation temperature range
Battery can be customized as your requirement
BMS protection from voltage, current detection, including over-current, overvoltage, under-voltage and short circuit protection, Monitor the drama
BMS with CANBUS / RS485 / Bluetooth monitor datas available
We focus on 3.2V 12V 24V 48V 72V 96V 144V 360V with capacity 3300mAh 100Ah 200Ah 300Ah 400Ah ...
|Specifications||24v 400ah lifepo4 battery|
|Battery model||lifepo4 solar energy storage battery|
|Cell specification||3.2V 400Ah LFP cell|
|Cell combination||8S1P-8PCS cells|
|Type||10 kwh lithium battery storage|
|Discharge cut-off voltage||21.6V|
|Charge cut off voltage||29.2V|
|Rated discharge current||100A|
|Peak discharge current||150A|
|Max continuous charge current||0.33C-130A|
|Peak charge current||1C-400A|
|Charge Temperature Range||0-45C|
|Discharge Temperature Range||-20-60C|
|Charging cycles||More than 2500 times|
Knowledges about lithium
The Lithium Difference
Lead acid batteries are made from (not surprisingly) a mixture of lead plates and sulfuric acid. This was the first type of rechargeable battery, invented way back in 1859.
Lithium ion batteries on the other hand are a much newer invention, and have only been around in a commercially viable form since the 1980′s.
Lithium technology has become well proven and understood for powering small electronics like laptops or cordless tools, and has become increasingly common in these applications – edging out the older NiCad (Nickel-Cadmium) rechargeable battery chemistry due to lithium’s many advantages.
But as you might recall from the many news stories a few years ago around defective laptop batteries bursting into flame – lithium ion batteries also earned a reputation for catching fire in a very dramatic fashion.
The commonly used lithium ion battery formulation had been Lithium-Cobalt-Oxide (LiCoO2), and this battery chemistry is prone to thermal runaway if the battery is ever accidentally overcharged. This could lead to the battery setting itself on fire – and a lithium fire burns hot and fast.
This is one of the reasons that up until recently, lithium was rarely used to create large battery banks.
But in 1996 a new formula for mixing lithium ion batteries was developed – Lithium Iron Phosphate. Known as LiFePO4 or LFP, these batteries have a slightly lower energy density but are intrinsically non-combustable, and thus vastly safer than Lithium-Cobalt-Oxide. And once you consider the advantages, Lithium-Ion batteries becomes exceedingly tempting.
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