|Nominal voltage:||3.2 V|
|Operational voltage:||2.5 V - 3.65 V|
|The maximum charging voltage for initial charge:||3.65 V|
|Maximum discharge current:||1.5 C|
|Peak discharge current:||140 A (max. 30 sec)|
|Operating temperature (discharging):||-20 °C up to 60 °C|
|Operating temperature (charging):||0 °C to 50 °C|
|Energy density:||156 Wh/kg|
LiFePO4 is a very safe technology, with no spontaneous combustion, fire and explosion.The self discharge rate is very low. There is no memory effect – the cells can be recharged at any state of discharge.
|We suggest to use the cells in parallel to achieve higher capacity, i.e. 140 Ah (2 cells), 210 Ah (3 cells), 280 Ah (4 cells)|
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The following chart shows the discharging capacity test. Even the Discharging current 1C and 3C in voltage range 2.15V - 3,35V.
|Important: Always follow the guidelines in the USER MANUAL|
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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 100 Ah cell is 50 A.
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.
More information about charging ? F.A.Q section
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.
|Nominal Voltage (V)||3,2|
|Max discharge current (A)||105|
|Optimal discharge current (A)||70|
|Max charging current (A)||105|
|Optimal charging current (A)||70|