|Product Name::||LiFePO4 12V100Ah UPS Battery||Rated Voltage::||12.8V|
|Color::||Black+Grey||Features::||Long Cycle Life,Lightweight|
MATRIX UPS Rechargeable Batteries,
LEP lithium iron phosphate batteries,
UPS Rechargeable Batteries 12v 100ah
The LiFePO4 battery is a rechargeable battery that works mainly by moving LiFePO4 between the positive and negative electrodes. During the charging and discharging process, Li+ is embedded and de-embedded back and forth between the two electrodes: when charging the battery, Li+ is de-embedded from the positive electrode and embedded in the negative electrode through the electrolyte, and the negative electrode is in a lithium-rich state; the opposite is true when discharging.It has the following advantages:
BMS Protection ( no thermal runaway, no fire or explosion risks)
Excellent temperature robustness (-10 °C up to +65°C)
Constant power during discharge( very low internal resistance)
Very low self-discharge(<3.5% per month at 25℃)
No memory effect
|Standard Charge Current||20A|
|Max Discharge Current||100A|
|Charge Temperature Range||0~45℃|
|Discharge Temperature Range||-10℃~65℃|
|Storage Environment Temperature Range||0~45℃|
Other Lead-Acid Battery Replacement
1. How does temperature affect the performance of my lithium batteries?
At higher temperature the capacity will be reduced and constant exposure will cause increasing capacity fade.
At lower temperature the impedance will be higher reducing efficiency of charging and discharging.
The BMS will protect the system from short term over temperature and low temperature operations but the installation must keep the batteries within the recommended temperature.
2. What is the correct orientation when lithium batteries are fitted?
Any orientation is possible as there is no free electrolyte inside, however we recommend the terminals are upright, particularly when sideways mounted. (no upside down orientation with terminals on the bottom).What is the correct orientation when lithium batteries are fitted?
Any orientation is possible as there is no free electrolyte inside, however we recommend the terminals are upright, particularly when sideways mounted. (no upside down orientation with terminals on the bottom).
3. What’s the best securing method when mounting the lithium batteries?
They should be restrained from movement in all 3 axes without excessive single point pressure on the re-enforced plastic case.
This can be accomplished by fitting them in a tray base with high density foam and insulated securing bar across the top to stop any vertical movement. It is advisable to keep terminals and communication terminals accessible for periodic inspection and in some applications allow space for cooling airflow.
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