LiFePO4 Lithium Batteries for Storage Systems

Lithium iron phosphate batteries.
The lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) battery (also called "LFP" for short) is a type of rechargeable battery, specifically a lithium ion battery, which uses lithium iron phosphate as the cathode material.

LiFePO4 batteries are always batteries that use lithium chemistry, therefore they share the same advantages and disadvantages with it. The key advantages of LiFePO4 batteries, compared to LiCoO2, are greater thermal resistance, greater resistance to aging, higher peak current and the use of iron which, unlike cobalt, has a lower environmental impact.
The average life of the LFPs, if used at 90% of the nominal capacity, abundantly exceeds the 2,000-10,000 complete cycles of useful life, even subjected to large loads, giving excellent voltage stability. Compared to other lithium technologies, LFP batteries are subject to a relatively low aging effect even when kept at high temperatures.
The cells are commercially available in different formats which make them particularly suitable for making traction batteries in the most popular sizes of 100 / 200 / 300 / 400 / 500AH.

A photovoltaic accumulator must be reliable for many years, only in this way can it be economically sustainable. Again, battery technology is crucial. Our LiFePO4 batteries are designed for a duration of 2000-10000 cycles depending on the model and use. (Max 80% discharge is recommended). They have no memory effect.

Ultimatron ULT-500 500W 560Wh Portable Power Station LED HD ULULT500
Ultimatron ULT-500 500W 560Wh portable power station for powering equipment in all conditions. Lightweight and easy to carry thanks to the handle.
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