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Lynx Battery 48V 200Ah Lithium Iron Phosphate LiFePO4 Rechargeab

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Lynx Battery 48V 200Ah Lithium Iron Phosphate LiFePO4 Rechargeab

Product description

Size:48V - 200Ah with 16S 200Ah BMS

The 48V 200Ah Rechargeable Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery arrives unassemble and contains everything you need to build your own battery. It will arrive in 4 boxes of 12V 200Ah batteries with a BMS and additional parts.

Includes 16 - Prismatic 3.2V 200Ah LiFePO4 Cells with Daly 16S 200Ah BMS, 15 Bus Bars, 32 Lugs, 8 - 36" Zip Ties, 1/2" x 72" 3M VHB Tape and instructions to build the battery as shown in images.

Built with quality materials and easy to use our Rechargeable Prismatic Cells can be mounted in any orientation, even upside down.

Battery Specs:

  • Nominal Voltage: 48V
  • Capacity: 200Ah
  • Weight: 150 lbs, (68 Kg)
  • Size: 35.5”x7”x8.5” (lxwxh)
  • Cycle Life: 3000/3 years

    Prismatic Cell Specs:

  • Nominal Voltage 3.2V
  • Capacity 200Ah
  • Core size 6.81" x 2.12" x 8.14" (lxwxh)
  • Cell Weight 9.2 lbs
  • Charging Current; Standard Charge 0.5C, Max Charge 1C
  • Max Discharging Rate 2C
  • Cut-off Voltage; Charging 3.65V Discharging 2.5V
  • Recommended SOC Window SOC 10%~90%
  • Internal Resistance 0.2mΩ Fresh Cell, 30% SOC
  • Working Temperature; Charging -15~55°C Discharging -30~55℃,
  • Storage Temperature; ≤1 month: -10–45℃, ≤3 month: 0–30℃, ≤6 month: 20±5℃

    Battery Management System (BMS) Specs:

  • Power Balancing 2.65V
  • Balance Release 2.65V
  • Balance Current 40+/-5mA
  • Over-Discharge Detect 2.8+/-0.05V
  • Over-Discharge Detect Delay 0.5V
  • Over-Discharge Release 3.0+/-0.05V
  • Over Current Detect 150mV
  • Over Current Detect Delay 9MS
  • Short Circuit Detect Delay 250uS
  • Main Circuit Resistor ≤10mΩ
  • Working Current ≤100uA
  • Working Temp Range -20/+80ºC

    Additional Applications:

    Lithium-Ion prismatic deep cycle battery 48V 200Ah is ideal and preferred for the following applications.

  • Solar/Wind power
  • Off-Grid Applications
  • RV, Marine, Golf carts
  • Electric Vehicles
  • DIY Electric Storage
  • Handling Equipments
  • Lynx Battery 48V 200Ah Lithium Iron Phosphate LiFePO4 Rechargeab

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