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|Name:||3.2v Lifepo4 Cell 100ah||Color:||Blue|
|Design:||Not Accept||Minimum Voltage:||2.5V|
|Max Voltage:||3.65V||Operating Temperature:||-20°C Up To 50°C (discharging)|
High Power LFP Lithium Ion Prismat Batteri 3.2V 100Ah LiFePO4 Battery Cell
|Main advantages of the LFP100AH|
|Supports high speed charge and discharge|
|Provides high currents at peak discharge|
|High quality of production|
|Narrow tolerance of the specifications|
|Metallic housing (case)|
|Special terminal screw-thread for perfect connection. Two nuts with this screw-thread included|
|Hint: It is possible to us e the cells in parallel to achieve higher capacity, i.e. 200Ah (2 cells)|
|Specifications||High Power LFP Lithium Ion Prismat Batteri 3.2V 100Ah LiFePO4 Battery Cell|
|Max discharge current(A)||3C-315A|
|Standard charging current(A)||52.5A|
|Fast charging current(A)||1C-105A|
BMS123 Smart connection demonstration including Charger, Appliance and the ever important fuses and switches.
SBM is simple solution offering basic protection, diagram shows 16 cell version connected with charger and fuses.
We also can offer a full power solution of LiFePO4 battery pack + BMS + charger
Our range covers from 3.2V-7.4V-12V – 24V – 48V – 72V – 80V – 96V – 144V – 300V-360V-380V
With a capacity of 20Ah-40Ah – 60Ah – 100Ah – 200Ah – 300Ah – 400Ah – 600Ah – 800Ah – 1000Ah
Initial, first time charging
Cells are precharged from manufacturer to conservation charge (usually 30-50%).
The cells have to be charged with low current before the first use.
The first charge should not exceed 0.5 C - eg for 160Ah cell is 80A.
FAQ: Initial charging information
For initial charging of multiple cells, connect them in parallel and the charger outputs should be connected to both ends of the parallel rows of cells, exactly as it is described here:
FAQ: The initial charging of the number of cells
We recommend to use chargers specially made for LiFePO4 cells First charge and initial balancing of the whole pack is important step towards long lifetime.
Alternatively you can use regulated (Laboratory) Power supply as initial charge tool. Short description how to proceed.
Lithium cells and batteries are designed for use as rechargeable and reusable power source. Can be used as a substitute for other types of rechargeable cells and batteries.
-Risk of short circuit and the subsequent fire
Charged and uncharged cells contain large amount of electricity, which can cause a short-circuit in the electrical spark or arc. The battery itself is not combustible, but from incandescent contacts may ignite other combustible materials.
-Risk of injury by DC
When connecting more cells and batteries in series increases the risk of injury DC. In any case, do not touch electrical wires or other components under voltage.
-Risk of chemicals
Lithium cells and batteries contain no caustics and acids. However contain chemical substances, that act on the human body. For this reason, in the handling of cells and batteries must observe the following rules:
Eye protection: protect your eyes with goggles against the ingress of chemicals in the eye.
Skin protection: wear protective clothing and gloves. Avoid skin contact with chemicals.
Protection against inhalation: Operate with batteries only in well-ventilated areas. In enclosed spaces it is necessary to provide forced air ventilation.
Lessons for end consumer
The batteries can be used only by the person who was properly instructed on the use of lithium cells and batteries.
Contact Person: Sales Manager