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120V 150Ah LiFePO4 Battery for large drone



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we can provide CUSTOMIZE lithium battery pack in specification to fit perfect with your application. Express shipping only Please contact to determine shipping . Model: LEV120150
Type: Lifepo4
Nominal Voltage: 121.6V
Nominal Capacity: 150Ah
LCD Display: Yes
Communication: CANbus (optional)
SPECIFICATIONS
Items Parameter
Battery Type LiFePO4
Nominal Voltage 121.6V
Nominal Capacity 150Ah
Energy 18.24kWh
Charge Method CC/CV
Communication CANbus (optional)
Recommended Charge Voltage 138.7V
Discharge Cut-off Voltage 95V
Standard Charge Current 150A
Max. Continuous Discharge Current 150A
Pulse Discharge Current (<2s) 300A
Cycle Life >2000 cycles
Single Case Dimension (total 2 cases) Length: 1014±2mm
Width: 461±2mm
Height: 240±2mm
Total 2 Cases Weight 205±0.2Kg
Operation Temperature Range Charge: 0~45℃;
Discharge: -20~60℃
Recommended operating temperature: 15℃~35℃
Self-Discharge Rate Residual capacity: ≤3%/month; ≤15%/years
Reversible capacity: ≤1.5%/month; ≤8%/years
Storage Temperature & Humidity Range Less than 1 month: -20℃~35℃, 45%RH~75%RH Less than 3 months: -10℃~35℃, 45%RH~75%RH
Recommended storage environment: 15℃~35℃,45%RH~75%RH
BMS: The BMS helps to ensure safe and accurate running:
◆ Over-Charging ◆ Over-Discharging ◆ Over-Current ◆ High Temperature
◆ Short Circuit ◆ Thermal Shock ◆ No Fires ◆ No Explosions
120V 150Ah LiFePO4 Battery for large drone
120V 150Ah LiFePO4 Battery for large drone
120V 150Ah LiFePO4 Battery for large drone
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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 03 June, 2020.

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