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Victron Blue Smart 12V 15Amp Charger

Our mid-higher tier charger that outputs 15Amps for a fast and efficient charge. Includes Bluetooth and a host of other Victron charger functions. We recommend this charger for 120Ah capacity batteries and above.

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Lithium Iron Phosphate:
The safest lithium chemistry
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Featherweight:
Up to 80% lighter than lead-acid
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Built-in BMS
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Lithium Iron Phosphate:
The safest lithium chemistry
Featherweight:
Up to 80% lighter than lead-acid
Built-in BMS
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Fully Warrantied For The Battery's Life
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Heater Installed as Standard
Fully Warrantied For The Battery's Life
Heater Installed as Standard
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Fully Warrantied For The Battery's Life
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Fully Warrantied For The Battery's Life
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the lithium gold standard:
massive Capacity, small in size & supreme quality
the lithium gold standard:
massive Capacity, small in size & supreme quality
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Bluetooth Enabled As Standard
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Lithium Iron Phosphate:
The safest lithium chemistry
Featherweight:
Up to 80% lighter than lead-acid
Built-in BMS
Bluetooth Enabled
Lithium charge mode enabled
Fast & efficient charging for both lithium and lead-acid batteries
Intelligent charger - ensures an efficient charge every time
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Victron Blue Smart 12V 15Amp Lithium Charger (Victron 12/15)

Our recommended range of chargers for our batteries. Victron chargers have one of the best charge algorithms that suit not only lithium batteries but lead-acid ones too - so you can use this for charging any other battery on any vehicle you may have. They also have a fantastic dead battery recovery function built-in, which can recover batteries from very low voltages - something many other charger brands cannot do.

The battery is charged, smartly... to the perfect condition

The seven-step charging algorithm gets the best out of your battery. The charger gives the battery the power it needs, maintains its health, and ensures better performance.

Recovery of deeply-discharged 'dead' batteries

Unlike other brands, the Blue Smart charger will attempt to recharge a deeply-discharged battery by force-feeding it with a low current. Normal charging will then be resumed as soon as there is sufficient voltage across the battery terminals.

Connect the battery with ease

The charger comes with both crocodile clips and M8 eyelets - making it easy to connect to the battery. If you wish, you can leave it permanently connected.

Check the status of your battery remotely

The Blue Smart IP65 is equipped with built-in Bluetooth, so the status of the charger and the battery can be checked on a smartphone, tablet or laptop. All settings of the charger can be configured with the VictronConnect app.

  • Water, dust and chemical resistant
  • Seven-step smart charge algorithm
  • Recovery of fully discharged dead batteries Automatic power supply function
  • Severe cold performance: down to -30°C
  • Several other battery life-enhancing features
  • Low power mode to charge smaller batteries
  • Li-ion battery mode (low voltage BMS reset build-in)
  • Setup and configure, readout of voltage and current by Bluetooth Smart

Tech Specs:

ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Nominal Voltage:

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12.8V

Capacity:

80Ah (20hr)

Energy:

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1,024Wh

Resistance:

<10mΩ

Efficiency:

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99%

Self Discharge:

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<3% a month (when disconnected from loads)

PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions:

242mm long
175mm wide
190mm high

Weight:

8.9Kg

Terminal Type:

High performance copper automotive post (round post)

Case Material:

ABS Plastic

Enclosure Rating:

IP65

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Cell Chemistry:

LiFePO4

Cell Type:

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Prismatic
Grade A Automotive Cells (best quality possible)

Maximum Connections:

4 in series (48V)
6 in parallel (480Ah)

BMS SPECIFICATION
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Consistant Discharge:

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100A

Peak Discharge:

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150A

Maximum Charge Rate:

100A

Low Voltage Charge:

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11.6V

Low Voltage Disconnect:

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10.0V

Short Circuit Protection:

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1200A @ <500µs

Recommended Charge Rate:

Between 10A to 50A

Recommended Charge Voltage:

13.8V to 14.4V

Maximum Charge Voltage:

14.8V

Discharging Temperature Range:

-20°C to 60°C

Charging Temperature Range:

0°C to 60°C - for BMS options without a heater
-20°C to 60°C - for BMS option with a heater

Safety & Compliance
Short Circuit Test:
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PASSED

The battery is heated for a period of time necessary to reach a homogeneous stabilized temperature of 57 ±4 °C, measured on the external case. The battery at 57 ±4 °C shall be subjected to one short circuit condition with a total external resistance of less than 0.1 ohm.
This short circuit condition is continued for at least one hour after the cell or battery external case temperature has returned to 57 ±4 °C, or has decreased by half of the maximum temperature increase observed during the test and remains below that value.
The short circuit and cooling down phases shall be conducted at least at ambient temperature. The battery will pass this test if the external temperature does not exceed 170°C and there is no disassembly, no rupture and no fire within six hours of this test.

Over Charge Test:
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PASSED

The battery is charged at twice the specified recommended maximum continuous charge current and voltage. The duration of the test is 24 hours. When the specified recommended charge voltage is not more than 18V, the minimum voltage of the test shall be the lesser of two times the maximum charge voltage of the or 22V.

In order to pass, the test requires no fire or explosion within seven days of the test.

Over Discharge Test:
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PASSED

Each internal cell shall be forced discharged at ambient temperature by connecting it in series with a 12V D.C. power supply at an initial current equal to the maximum discharge current. The specified discharge current is to be obtained by connecting a resistive load of the appropriate size and rating in series with the test cell, each cell shall be forced discharged for a time interval (in hours) equal to its rated capacity divided by the initial test current (in ampere).

In order to pass, the test requires no fire or explosion within seven days of the test.

Altitude Simulation:
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PASSED

The battery is stored at a pressure of 11.6kPa or less for at least six hour at ambient temperature (20±5°C).
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Thermal Test:
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PASSED

The battery is stored for at least six hours at a test temperature equal to 72± 2°C, followed by storage for at least six hours at a test temperature equal to -40±2°C. The maximum time interval between test temperature extremes in 30 minutes. This procedure is to be repeated until 10 total cycles are complete, after which all test cells and batteries are to be stored for 24 hours at ambient temperature (20±5°C). For batteries, the duration of exposure to the test temperature extremes should be at least 12 hours.
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Vibration Test:
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PASSED

The battery is firmly secured to the platform of a vibration machine without distorting the cells in such a manner as to faithfully transmit the vibration. The vibration is a sinusoidal wave form with a logarithmic sweep between 7Hz and 200Hz and back to 7Hz traversed in 15 minutes, this cycle is repeated 12 times for a total of 3 hours for each of three mutually perpendicular mounting position of the battery. One of the directions of vibration must be perpendicular to the terminal face.
The logarithmic frequency sweep shall differ for cells and batteries with a gross mass of not more than 12kg (cells and small batteries), and for batteries with a gross mass of more than 12kg (large batteries).
For cells and small batteries: from 7Hz a peak acceleration of 1gn is maintained until 18Hz is reached. The amplitude is then maintained at 0.8mm (1.6mm total excursion) and the frequency increased until a peak acceleration of 8gn occurs (approximately 50Hz). A peak acceleration of 8gn is then maintained until the frequency is increased to 200Hz.
For large batteries: from 7Hz to a peak acceleration of 1gn is maintained until 18Hz is reached. The amplitude is then maintained at 0.8mm (1.6mm total excursion) and the frequency increased until a peak acceleration of 2gn occurs (approximately 25Hz). A peak acceleration of 2gn is then maintained until the frequency is increased to 200Hz.
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Shock Test:
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PASSED

The battery is secured to a testing machine by means of a rigid mount which will support all mounting surfaces of each test battery. The battery is subjected to a halfsine shock of peak acceleration of 150gn and pulse duration of 6 milliseconds. Alternatively, large cells may besubjected to a half-sine shock of peak acceleration of 50gn and pulse duration of 11 milliseconds. Each battery shall be subjected to a half-sine shock of peak acceleration depending on the mass of the battery. The pulse duration shall be 6 milliseconds for small batteries and 11 milliseconds for large batteries.
Each cell or battery shall be subjected to three shocks in the positive direction and to three shocks in the negative direction in each of three mutually perpendicular mounting positions of the cell or battery for a total of 18 shocks.
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Approvals:

UN38.3

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CE

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RoHS

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UKCA

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EMC

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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Nominal Voltage:

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12.8V

Capacity:

100Ah (20hr)

Energy:

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1,280Wh

Resistance:

<10mΩ

Efficiency:

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99%

Self Discharge:

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<3% a month (when disconnected from loads)

PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions:

280mm long
175mm wide
190mm high

Weight:

10.9Kg

Terminal Type:

High performance copper automotive post (round post)

Case Material:

ABS Plastic

Enclosure Rating:

IP65

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Cell Chemistry:

LiFePO4

Cell Type:

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Prismatic
Grade A Automotive Cells (best quality possible)

Maximum Connections:

4 in series (48V)
6 in parallel (600Ah)

BMS SPECIFICATION
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Consistant Discharge:

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100A

Peak Discharge:

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150A

Maximum Charge Rate:

100A

Low Voltage Charge:

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11.6V

Low Voltage Disconnect:

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10.0V

Short Circuit Protection:

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1200A @ <500µs

Recommended Charge Rate:

Between 10A to 50A

Recommended Charge Voltage:

13.8V to 14.4V

Maximum Charge Voltage:

14.8V

Discharging Temperature Range:

-20°C to 60°C

Charging Temperature Range:

-20°C to 60°C

Safety & Compliance
Short Circuit Test:
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PASSED

The battery is heated for a period of time necessary to reach a homogeneous stabilized temperature of 57 ±4 °C, measured on the external case. The battery at 57 ±4 °C shall be subjected to one short circuit condition with a total external resistance of less than 0.1 ohm.
This short circuit condition is continued for at least one hour after the cell or battery external case temperature has returned to 57 ±4 °C, or has decreased by half of the maximum temperature increase observed during the test and remains below that value.
The short circuit and cooling down phases shall be conducted at least at ambient temperature. The battery will pass this test if the external temperature does not exceed 170°C and there is no disassembly, no rupture and no fire within six hours of this test.

Over Charge Test:
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PASSED

The battery is charged at twice the specified recommended maximum continuous charge current and voltage. The duration of the test is 24 hours. When the specified recommended charge voltage is not more than 18V, the minimum voltage of the test shall be the lesser of two times the maximum charge voltage of the or 22V.

In order to pass, the test requires no fire or explosion within seven days of the test.

Over Discharge Test:
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PASSED

Each internal cell shall be forced discharged at ambient temperature by connecting it in series with a 12V D.C. power supply at an initial current equal to the maximum discharge current. The specified discharge current is to be obtained by connecting a resistive load of the appropriate size and rating in series with the test cell, each cell shall be forced discharged for a time interval (in hours) equal to its rated capacity divided by the initial test current (in ampere).

In order to pass, the test requires no fire or explosion within seven days of the test.

Altitude Simulation:
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PASSED

The battery is stored at a pressure of 11.6kPa or less for at least six hour at ambient temperature (20±5°C).
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Thermal Test:
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PASSED

The battery is stored for at least six hours at a test temperature equal to 72± 2°C, followed by storage for at least six hours at a test temperature equal to -40±2°C. The maximum time interval between test temperature extremes in 30 minutes. This procedure is to be repeated until 10 total cycles are complete, after which all test cells and batteries are to be stored for 24 hours at ambient temperature (20±5°C). For batteries, the duration of exposure to the test temperature extremes should be at least 12 hours.
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Vibration Test:
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PASSED

The battery is firmly secured to the platform of a vibration machine without distorting the cells in such a manner as to faithfully transmit the vibration. The vibration is a sinusoidal wave form with a logarithmic sweep between 7Hz and 200Hz and back to 7Hz traversed in 15 minutes, this cycle is repeated 12 times for a total of 3 hours for each of three mutually perpendicular mounting position of the battery. One of the directions of vibration must be perpendicular to the terminal face.
The logarithmic frequency sweep shall differ for cells and batteries with a gross mass of not more than 12kg (cells and small batteries), and for batteries with a gross mass of more than 12kg (large batteries).
For cells and small batteries: from 7Hz a peak acceleration of 1gn is maintained until 18Hz is reached. The amplitude is then maintained at 0.8mm (1.6mm total excursion) and the frequency increased until a peak acceleration of 8gn occurs (approximately 50Hz). A peak acceleration of 8gn is then maintained until the frequency is increased to 200Hz.
For large batteries: from 7Hz to a peak acceleration of 1gn is maintained until 18Hz is reached. The amplitude is then maintained at 0.8mm (1.6mm total excursion) and the frequency increased until a peak acceleration of 2gn occurs (approximately 25Hz). A peak acceleration of 2gn is then maintained until the frequency is increased to 200Hz.
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Shock Test:
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PASSED

The battery is secured to a testing machine by means of a rigid mount which will support all mounting surfaces of each test battery. The battery is subjected to a halfsine shock of peak acceleration of 150gn and pulse duration of 6 milliseconds. Alternatively, large cells may besubjected to a half-sine shock of peak acceleration of 50gn and pulse duration of 11 milliseconds. Each battery shall be subjected to a half-sine shock of peak acceleration depending on the mass of the battery. The pulse duration shall be 6 milliseconds for small batteries and 11 milliseconds for large batteries.
Each cell or battery shall be subjected to three shocks in the positive direction and to three shocks in the negative direction in each of three mutually perpendicular mounting positions of the cell or battery for a total of 18 shocks.
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Approvals:

UN38.3

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CE

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RoHS

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UKCA

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EMC

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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Nominal Voltage:

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12.8V

Capacity:

120Ah (20hr)

Energy:

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1,536Wh

Resistance:

<10mΩ

Efficiency:

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99%

Self Discharge:

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<3% a month (when disconnected from loads)

PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions:

355mm long
175mm wide
190mm high

Weight:

13Kg

Terminal Type:

High performance copper automotive post (round post)

Case Material:

ABS Plastic

Enclosure Rating:

IP65

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Cell Chemistry:

LiFePO4

Cell Type:

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Prismatic
Grade A Automotive Cells (best quality possible)

Maximum Connections:

4 in series (48V)
6 in parallel (720Ah)

BMS SPECIFICATION
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Consistant Discharge:

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150A

Peak Discharge:

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260A

Maximum Charge Rate:

150A

Low Voltage Charge:

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11.6V

Low Voltage Disconnect:

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10.0V

Short Circuit Protection:

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1200A @ <500µs

Recommended Charge Rate:

Between 10A to 50A

Recommended Charge Voltage:

13.8V to 14.4V

Maximum Charge Voltage:

14.8V

Discharging Temperature Range:

-20°C to 60°C

Charging Temperature Range:

0°C to 60°C - for BMS options without a heater
-20°C to 60°C - for BMS option with a heater

Safety & Compliance
Short Circuit Test:
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PASSED

The battery is heated for a period of time necessary to reach a homogeneous stabilized temperature of 57 ±4 °C, measured on the external case. The battery at 57 ±4 °C shall be subjected to one short circuit condition with a total external resistance of less than 0.1 ohm.
This short circuit condition is continued for at least one hour after the cell or battery external case temperature has returned to 57 ±4 °C, or has decreased by half of the maximum temperature increase observed during the test and remains below that value.
The short circuit and cooling down phases shall be conducted at least at ambient temperature. The battery will pass this test if the external temperature does not exceed 170°C and there is no disassembly, no rupture and no fire within six hours of this test.

Over Charge Test:
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PASSED

The battery is charged at twice the specified recommended maximum continuous charge current and voltage. The duration of the test is 24 hours. When the specified recommended charge voltage is not more than 18V, the minimum voltage of the test shall be the lesser of two times the maximum charge voltage of the or 22V.

In order to pass, the test requires no fire or explosion within seven days of the test.

Over Discharge Test:
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PASSED

Each internal cell shall be forced discharged at ambient temperature by connecting it in series with a 12V D.C. power supply at an initial current equal to the maximum discharge current. The specified discharge current is to be obtained by connecting a resistive load of the appropriate size and rating in series with the test cell, each cell shall be forced discharged for a time interval (in hours) equal to its rated capacity divided by the initial test current (in ampere).

In order to pass, the test requires no fire or explosion within seven days of the test.

Altitude Simulation:
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PASSED

The battery is stored at a pressure of 11.6kPa or less for at least six hour at ambient temperature (20±5°C).
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Thermal Test:
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PASSED

The battery is stored for at least six hours at a test temperature equal to 72± 2°C, followed by storage for at least six hours at a test temperature equal to -40±2°C. The maximum time interval between test temperature extremes in 30 minutes. This procedure is to be repeated until 10 total cycles are complete, after which all test cells and batteries are to be stored for 24 hours at ambient temperature (20±5°C). For batteries, the duration of exposure to the test temperature extremes should be at least 12 hours.
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Vibration Test:
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PASSED

The battery is firmly secured to the platform of a vibration machine without distorting the cells in such a manner as to faithfully transmit the vibration. The vibration is a sinusoidal wave form with a logarithmic sweep between 7Hz and 200Hz and back to 7Hz traversed in 15 minutes, this cycle is repeated 12 times for a total of 3 hours for each of three mutually perpendicular mounting position of the battery. One of the directions of vibration must be perpendicular to the terminal face.
The logarithmic frequency sweep shall differ for cells and batteries with a gross mass of not more than 12kg (cells and small batteries), and for batteries with a gross mass of more than 12kg (large batteries).
For cells and small batteries: from 7Hz a peak acceleration of 1gn is maintained until 18Hz is reached. The amplitude is then maintained at 0.8mm (1.6mm total excursion) and the frequency increased until a peak acceleration of 8gn occurs (approximately 50Hz). A peak acceleration of 8gn is then maintained until the frequency is increased to 200Hz.
For large batteries: from 7Hz to a peak acceleration of 1gn is maintained until 18Hz is reached. The amplitude is then maintained at 0.8mm (1.6mm total excursion) and the frequency increased until a peak acceleration of 2gn occurs (approximately 25Hz). A peak acceleration of 2gn is then maintained until the frequency is increased to 200Hz.
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Shock Test:
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PASSED

The battery is secured to a testing machine by means of a rigid mount which will support all mounting surfaces of each test battery. The battery is subjected to a halfsine shock of peak acceleration of 150gn and pulse duration of 6 milliseconds. Alternatively, large cells may besubjected to a half-sine shock of peak acceleration of 50gn and pulse duration of 11 milliseconds. Each battery shall be subjected to a half-sine shock of peak acceleration depending on the mass of the battery. The pulse duration shall be 6 milliseconds for small batteries and 11 milliseconds for large batteries.
Each cell or battery shall be subjected to three shocks in the positive direction and to three shocks in the negative direction in each of three mutually perpendicular mounting positions of the cell or battery for a total of 18 shocks.
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Approvals:

UN38.3

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CE

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RoHS

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UKCA

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EMC

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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Nominal Voltage:

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12.8V

Capacity:

150Ah (20hr)

Energy:

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1,920Wh

Resistance:

<10mΩ

Efficiency:

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99%

Self Discharge:

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<3% a month (when disconnected from loads)

PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions:

355mm long
175mm wide
190mm high

Weight:

16Kg

Terminal Type:

High performance copper automotive post (round post)

Case Material:

ABS Plastic

Enclosure Rating:

IP65

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Cell Chemistry:

LiFePO4

Cell Type:

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Prismatic
Grade A Automotive Cells (best quality possible)

Maximum Connections:

4 in series (48V)
6 in parallel (900Ah)

BMS SPECIFICATION
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Consistant Discharge:

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New! Upgraded to 200A
(from 150A)

Peak Discharge:

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260A for up to 10 seconds
320A for 1 second

Maximum Charge Rate:

New! Upgraded to 200A
(from 150A)

Low Voltage Charge:

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11.6V

Low Voltage Disconnect:

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10.0V

Short Circuit Protection:

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1200A @ <500µs

Recommended Charge Rate:

Between 10A to 50A

Recommended Charge Voltage:

13.8V to 14.4V

Maximum Charge Voltage:

14.8V

Discharging Temperature Range:

-20°C to 60°C

Charging Temperature Range:

0°C to 60°C - for BMS options without a heater
-20°C to 60°C - for BMS option with a heater

Safety & Compliance
Short Circuit Test:
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PASSED

The battery is heated for a period of time necessary to reach a homogeneous stabilized temperature of 57 ±4 °C, measured on the external case. The battery at 57 ±4 °C shall be subjected to one short circuit condition with a total external resistance of less than 0.1 ohm.
This short circuit condition is continued for at least one hour after the cell or battery external case temperature has returned to 57 ±4 °C, or has decreased by half of the maximum temperature increase observed during the test and remains below that value.
The short circuit and cooling down phases shall be conducted at least at ambient temperature. The battery will pass this test if the external temperature does not exceed 170°C and there is no disassembly, no rupture and no fire within six hours of this test.

Over Charge Test:
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PASSED

The battery is charged at twice the specified recommended maximum continuous charge current and voltage. The duration of the test is 24 hours. When the specified recommended charge voltage is not more than 18V, the minimum voltage of the test shall be the lesser of two times the maximum charge voltage of the or 22V.

In order to pass, the test requires no fire or explosion within seven days of the test.

Over Discharge Test:
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PASSED

Each internal cell shall be forced discharged at ambient temperature by connecting it in series with a 12V D.C. power supply at an initial current equal to the maximum discharge current. The specified discharge current is to be obtained by connecting a resistive load of the appropriate size and rating in series with the test cell, each cell shall be forced discharged for a time interval (in hours) equal to its rated capacity divided by the initial test current (in ampere).

In order to pass, the test requires no fire or explosion within seven days of the test.

Altitude Simulation:
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PASSED

The battery is stored at a pressure of 11.6kPa or less for at least six hour at ambient temperature (20±5°C).
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Thermal Test:
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PASSED

The battery is stored for at least six hours at a test temperature equal to 72± 2°C, followed by storage for at least six hours at a test temperature equal to -40±2°C. The maximum time interval between test temperature extremes in 30 minutes. This procedure is to be repeated until 10 total cycles are complete, after which all test cells and batteries are to be stored for 24 hours at ambient temperature (20±5°C). For batteries, the duration of exposure to the test temperature extremes should be at least 12 hours.
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Vibration Test:
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PASSED

The battery is firmly secured to the platform of a vibration machine without distorting the cells in such a manner as to faithfully transmit the vibration. The vibration is a sinusoidal wave form with a logarithmic sweep between 7Hz and 200Hz and back to 7Hz traversed in 15 minutes, this cycle is repeated 12 times for a total of 3 hours for each of three mutually perpendicular mounting position of the battery. One of the directions of vibration must be perpendicular to the terminal face.
The logarithmic frequency sweep shall differ for cells and batteries with a gross mass of not more than 12kg (cells and small batteries), and for batteries with a gross mass of more than 12kg (large batteries).
For cells and small batteries: from 7Hz a peak acceleration of 1gn is maintained until 18Hz is reached. The amplitude is then maintained at 0.8mm (1.6mm total excursion) and the frequency increased until a peak acceleration of 8gn occurs (approximately 50Hz). A peak acceleration of 8gn is then maintained until the frequency is increased to 200Hz.
For large batteries: from 7Hz to a peak acceleration of 1gn is maintained until 18Hz is reached. The amplitude is then maintained at 0.8mm (1.6mm total excursion) and the frequency increased until a peak acceleration of 2gn occurs (approximately 25Hz). A peak acceleration of 2gn is then maintained until the frequency is increased to 200Hz.
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Shock Test:
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PASSED

The battery is secured to a testing machine by means of a rigid mount which will support all mounting surfaces of each test battery. The battery is subjected to a halfsine shock of peak acceleration of 150gn and pulse duration of 6 milliseconds. Alternatively, large cells may besubjected to a half-sine shock of peak acceleration of 50gn and pulse duration of 11 milliseconds. Each battery shall be subjected to a half-sine shock of peak acceleration depending on the mass of the battery. The pulse duration shall be 6 milliseconds for small batteries and 11 milliseconds for large batteries.
Each cell or battery shall be subjected to three shocks in the positive direction and to three shocks in the negative direction in each of three mutually perpendicular mounting positions of the cell or battery for a total of 18 shocks.
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Approvals:

UN38.3

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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Nominal Voltage:

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12.8V

Capacity:

200Ah (20hr)

Energy:

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2,560Wh

Resistance:

<10mΩ

Efficiency:

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99%

Self Discharge:

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<3% a month (when disconnected from loads)

PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions:

345mm long
190mm wide
245mm high

Weight:

19.9Kg

Terminal Type:

High performance copper M8 threaded inserts (bolt terminals)

Case Material:

ABS Plastic

Enclosure Rating:

IP65

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Cell Chemistry:

LiFePO4

Cell Type:

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Prismatic
Grade A Automotive Cells (best quality possible)

Maximum Connections:

4 in series (48V)
6 in parallel (1,200Ah)

BMS SPECIFICATION
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Consistant Discharge:

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200A

Peak Discharge:

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260A

Maximum Charge Rate:

200A

Low Voltage Charge:

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11.6V

Low Voltage Disconnect:

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10.0V

Short Circuit Protection:

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1200A @ <500µs

Recommended Charge Rate:

Between 10A to 50A

Recommended Charge Voltage:

13.8V to 14.4V

Maximum Charge Voltage:

14.8V

Discharging Temperature Range:

-20°C to 60°C

Charging Temperature Range:

0°C to 60°C - for BMS options without a heater
-20°C to 60°C - for BMS option with a heater

Safety & Compliance
Short Circuit Test:
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PASSED

The battery is heated for a period of time necessary to reach a homogeneous stabilized temperature of 57 ±4 °C, measured on the external case. The battery at 57 ±4 °C shall be subjected to one short circuit condition with a total external resistance of less than 0.1 ohm.
This short circuit condition is continued for at least one hour after the cell or battery external case temperature has returned to 57 ±4 °C, or has decreased by half of the maximum temperature increase observed during the test and remains below that value.
The short circuit and cooling down phases shall be conducted at least at ambient temperature. The battery will pass this test if the external temperature does not exceed 170°C and there is no disassembly, no rupture and no fire within six hours of this test.

Over Charge Test:
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PASSED

The battery is charged at twice the specified recommended maximum continuous charge current and voltage. The duration of the test is 24 hours. When the specified recommended charge voltage is not more than 18V, the minimum voltage of the test shall be the lesser of two times the maximum charge voltage of the or 22V.

In order to pass, the test requires no fire or explosion within seven days of the test.

Over Discharge Test:
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PASSED

Each internal cell shall be forced discharged at ambient temperature by connecting it in series with a 12V D.C. power supply at an initial current equal to the maximum discharge current. The specified discharge current is to be obtained by connecting a resistive load of the appropriate size and rating in series with the test cell, each cell shall be forced discharged for a time interval (in hours) equal to its rated capacity divided by the initial test current (in ampere).

In order to pass, the test requires no fire or explosion within seven days of the test.

Altitude Simulation:
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PASSED

The battery is stored at a pressure of 11.6kPa or less for at least six hour at ambient temperature (20±5°C).
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Thermal Test:
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PASSED

The battery is stored for at least six hours at a test temperature equal to 72± 2°C, followed by storage for at least six hours at a test temperature equal to -40±2°C. The maximum time interval between test temperature extremes in 30 minutes. This procedure is to be repeated until 10 total cycles are complete, after which all test cells and batteries are to be stored for 24 hours at ambient temperature (20±5°C). For batteries, the duration of exposure to the test temperature extremes should be at least 12 hours.
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Vibration Test:
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PASSED

The battery is firmly secured to the platform of a vibration machine without distorting the cells in such a manner as to faithfully transmit the vibration. The vibration is a sinusoidal wave form with a logarithmic sweep between 7Hz and 200Hz and back to 7Hz traversed in 15 minutes, this cycle is repeated 12 times for a total of 3 hours for each of three mutually perpendicular mounting position of the battery. One of the directions of vibration must be perpendicular to the terminal face.
The logarithmic frequency sweep shall differ for cells and batteries with a gross mass of not more than 12kg (cells and small batteries), and for batteries with a gross mass of more than 12kg (large batteries).
For cells and small batteries: from 7Hz a peak acceleration of 1gn is maintained until 18Hz is reached. The amplitude is then maintained at 0.8mm (1.6mm total excursion) and the frequency increased until a peak acceleration of 8gn occurs (approximately 50Hz). A peak acceleration of 8gn is then maintained until the frequency is increased to 200Hz.
For large batteries: from 7Hz to a peak acceleration of 1gn is maintained until 18Hz is reached. The amplitude is then maintained at 0.8mm (1.6mm total excursion) and the frequency increased until a peak acceleration of 2gn occurs (approximately 25Hz). A peak acceleration of 2gn is then maintained until the frequency is increased to 200Hz.
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Shock Test:
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PASSED

The battery is secured to a testing machine by means of a rigid mount which will support all mounting surfaces of each test battery. The battery is subjected to a halfsine shock of peak acceleration of 150gn and pulse duration of 6 milliseconds. Alternatively, large cells may besubjected to a half-sine shock of peak acceleration of 50gn and pulse duration of 11 milliseconds. Each battery shall be subjected to a half-sine shock of peak acceleration depending on the mass of the battery. The pulse duration shall be 6 milliseconds for small batteries and 11 milliseconds for large batteries.
Each cell or battery shall be subjected to three shocks in the positive direction and to three shocks in the negative direction in each of three mutually perpendicular mounting positions of the cell or battery for a total of 18 shocks.
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Approvals:

UN38.3

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CE

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UKCA

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EMC

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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Nominal Voltage:

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12.8V

Capacity:

300Ah (20hr)

Energy:

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3,840Wh

Resistance:

<10mΩ

Efficiency:

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99%

Self Discharge:

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<3% a month (when disconnected from loads)

PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions:

521mm long
238mm wide
218mm high

Weight:

28.8Kg

Terminal Type:

High performance copper M8 threaded inserts (bolt terminals)

Case Material:

ABS Plastic

Enclosure Rating:

IP65

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Cell Chemistry:

LiFePO4

Cell Type:

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Prismatic
Grade A Automotive Cells (best quality possible)

Maximum Connections:

4 in series (48V)
6 in parallel (1,800Ah)

BMS SPECIFICATION
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Consistant Discharge:

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200A

Peak Discharge:

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260A

Maximum Charge Rate:

200A

Low Voltage Charge:

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11.6V

Low Voltage Disconnect:

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10.0V

Short Circuit Protection:

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1200A @ <500µs

Recommended Charge Rate:

Between 10A to 50A

Recommended Charge Voltage:

13.8V to 14.4V

Maximum Charge Voltage:

14.8V

Discharging Temperature Range:

-20°C to 60°C

Charging Temperature Range:

0°C to 60°C - for BMS options without a heater
-20°C to 60°C - for BMS option with a heater

Safety & Compliance
Short Circuit Test:
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PASSED

The battery is heated for a period of time necessary to reach a homogeneous stabilized temperature of 57 ±4 °C, measured on the external case. The battery at 57 ±4 °C shall be subjected to one short circuit condition with a total external resistance of less than 0.1 ohm.
This short circuit condition is continued for at least one hour after the cell or battery external case temperature has returned to 57 ±4 °C, or has decreased by half of the maximum temperature increase observed during the test and remains below that value.
The short circuit and cooling down phases shall be conducted at least at ambient temperature. The battery will pass this test if the external temperature does not exceed 170°C and there is no disassembly, no rupture and no fire within six hours of this test.

Over Charge Test:
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PASSED

The battery is charged at twice the specified recommended maximum continuous charge current and voltage. The duration of the test is 24 hours. When the specified recommended charge voltage is not more than 18V, the minimum voltage of the test shall be the lesser of two times the maximum charge voltage of the or 22V.

In order to pass, the test requires no fire or explosion within seven days of the test.

Over Discharge Test:
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PASSED

Each internal cell shall be forced discharged at ambient temperature by connecting it in series with a 12V D.C. power supply at an initial current equal to the maximum discharge current. The specified discharge current is to be obtained by connecting a resistive load of the appropriate size and rating in series with the test cell, each cell shall be forced discharged for a time interval (in hours) equal to its rated capacity divided by the initial test current (in ampere).

In order to pass, the test requires no fire or explosion within seven days of the test.

Altitude Simulation:
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PASSED

The battery is stored at a pressure of 11.6kPa or less for at least six hour at ambient temperature (20±5°C).
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Thermal Test:
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PASSED

The battery is stored for at least six hours at a test temperature equal to 72± 2°C, followed by storage for at least six hours at a test temperature equal to -40±2°C. The maximum time interval between test temperature extremes in 30 minutes. This procedure is to be repeated until 10 total cycles are complete, after which all test cells and batteries are to be stored for 24 hours at ambient temperature (20±5°C). For batteries, the duration of exposure to the test temperature extremes should be at least 12 hours.
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Vibration Test:
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PASSED

The battery is firmly secured to the platform of a vibration machine without distorting the cells in such a manner as to faithfully transmit the vibration. The vibration is a sinusoidal wave form with a logarithmic sweep between 7Hz and 200Hz and back to 7Hz traversed in 15 minutes, this cycle is repeated 12 times for a total of 3 hours for each of three mutually perpendicular mounting position of the battery. One of the directions of vibration must be perpendicular to the terminal face.
The logarithmic frequency sweep shall differ for cells and batteries with a gross mass of not more than 12kg (cells and small batteries), and for batteries with a gross mass of more than 12kg (large batteries).
For cells and small batteries: from 7Hz a peak acceleration of 1gn is maintained until 18Hz is reached. The amplitude is then maintained at 0.8mm (1.6mm total excursion) and the frequency increased until a peak acceleration of 8gn occurs (approximately 50Hz). A peak acceleration of 8gn is then maintained until the frequency is increased to 200Hz.
For large batteries: from 7Hz to a peak acceleration of 1gn is maintained until 18Hz is reached. The amplitude is then maintained at 0.8mm (1.6mm total excursion) and the frequency increased until a peak acceleration of 2gn occurs (approximately 25Hz). A peak acceleration of 2gn is then maintained until the frequency is increased to 200Hz.
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Shock Test:
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PASSED

The battery is secured to a testing machine by means of a rigid mount which will support all mounting surfaces of each test battery. The battery is subjected to a halfsine shock of peak acceleration of 150gn and pulse duration of 6 milliseconds. Alternatively, large cells may besubjected to a half-sine shock of peak acceleration of 50gn and pulse duration of 11 milliseconds. Each battery shall be subjected to a half-sine shock of peak acceleration depending on the mass of the battery. The pulse duration shall be 6 milliseconds for small batteries and 11 milliseconds for large batteries.
Each cell or battery shall be subjected to three shocks in the positive direction and to three shocks in the negative direction in each of three mutually perpendicular mounting positions of the cell or battery for a total of 18 shocks.
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Approvals:

UN38.3

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CE

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UKCA

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EMC

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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Nominal Voltage:

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12.8V

Capacity:

460Ah (20hr)

Energy:

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5,888Wh

Resistance:

<10mΩ

Efficiency:

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99%

Self Discharge:

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<3% a month (when disconnected from loads)

PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions:

520mm long
268mm wide
220mm high

Weight:

40Kg

Terminal Type:

High performance copper M8 threaded inserts (bolt terminals)

Case Material:

ABS Plastic

Enclosure Rating:

IP65

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Cell Chemistry:

LiFePO4

Cell Type:

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Prismatic
Grade A Automotive Cells (best quality possible)

Maximum Connections:

4 in series (48V)
6 in parallel (2,760Ah)

BMS SPECIFICATION
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Consistant Discharge:

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200A

Peak Discharge:

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260A

Maximum Charge Rate:

200A

Low Voltage Charge:

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11.6V

Low Voltage Disconnect:

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10.0V

Short Circuit Protection:

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1200A @ <500µs

Recommended Charge Rate:

Between 20A to 60A

Recommended Charge Voltage:

13.8V to 14.4V

Maximum Charge Voltage:

14.8V

Discharging Temperature Range:

-20°C to 60°C

Charging Temperature Range:

0°C to 60°C - for BMS options without a heater
-20°C to 60°C - for BMS option with a heater

Safety & Compliance
Short Circuit Test:
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PASSED

The battery is heated for a period of time necessary to reach a homogeneous stabilized temperature of 57 ±4 °C, measured on the external case. The battery at 57 ±4 °C shall be subjected to one short circuit condition with a total external resistance of less than 0.1 ohm.
This short circuit condition is continued for at least one hour after the cell or battery external case temperature has returned to 57 ±4 °C, or has decreased by half of the maximum temperature increase observed during the test and remains below that value.
The short circuit and cooling down phases shall be conducted at least at ambient temperature. The battery will pass this test if the external temperature does not exceed 170°C and there is no disassembly, no rupture and no fire within six hours of this test.

Over Charge Test:
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PASSED

The battery is charged at twice the specified recommended maximum continuous charge current and voltage. The duration of the test is 24 hours. When the specified recommended charge voltage is not more than 18V, the minimum voltage of the test shall be the lesser of two times the maximum charge voltage of the or 22V.

In order to pass, the test requires no fire or explosion within seven days of the test.

Over Discharge Test:
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PASSED

Each internal cell shall be forced discharged at ambient temperature by connecting it in series with a 12V D.C. power supply at an initial current equal to the maximum discharge current. The specified discharge current is to be obtained by connecting a resistive load of the appropriate size and rating in series with the test cell, each cell shall be forced discharged for a time interval (in hours) equal to its rated capacity divided by the initial test current (in ampere).

In order to pass, the test requires no fire or explosion within seven days of the test.

Altitude Simulation:
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PASSED

The battery is stored at a pressure of 11.6kPa or less for at least six hour at ambient temperature (20±5°C).
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Thermal Test:
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PASSED

The battery is stored for at least six hours at a test temperature equal to 72± 2°C, followed by storage for at least six hours at a test temperature equal to -40±2°C. The maximum time interval between test temperature extremes in 30 minutes. This procedure is to be repeated until 10 total cycles are complete, after which all test cells and batteries are to be stored for 24 hours at ambient temperature (20±5°C). For batteries, the duration of exposure to the test temperature extremes should be at least 12 hours.
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Vibration Test:
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PASSED

The battery is firmly secured to the platform of a vibration machine without distorting the cells in such a manner as to faithfully transmit the vibration. The vibration is a sinusoidal wave form with a logarithmic sweep between 7Hz and 200Hz and back to 7Hz traversed in 15 minutes, this cycle is repeated 12 times for a total of 3 hours for each of three mutually perpendicular mounting position of the battery. One of the directions of vibration must be perpendicular to the terminal face.
The logarithmic frequency sweep shall differ for cells and batteries with a gross mass of not more than 12kg (cells and small batteries), and for batteries with a gross mass of more than 12kg (large batteries).
For cells and small batteries: from 7Hz a peak acceleration of 1gn is maintained until 18Hz is reached. The amplitude is then maintained at 0.8mm (1.6mm total excursion) and the frequency increased until a peak acceleration of 8gn occurs (approximately 50Hz). A peak acceleration of 8gn is then maintained until the frequency is increased to 200Hz.
For large batteries: from 7Hz to a peak acceleration of 1gn is maintained until 18Hz is reached. The amplitude is then maintained at 0.8mm (1.6mm total excursion) and the frequency increased until a peak acceleration of 2gn occurs (approximately 25Hz). A peak acceleration of 2gn is then maintained until the frequency is increased to 200Hz.
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Shock Test:
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PASSED

The battery is secured to a testing machine by means of a rigid mount which will support all mounting surfaces of each test battery. The battery is subjected to a halfsine shock of peak acceleration of 150gn and pulse duration of 6 milliseconds. Alternatively, large cells may besubjected to a half-sine shock of peak acceleration of 50gn and pulse duration of 11 milliseconds. Each battery shall be subjected to a half-sine shock of peak acceleration depending on the mass of the battery. The pulse duration shall be 6 milliseconds for small batteries and 11 milliseconds for large batteries.
Each cell or battery shall be subjected to three shocks in the positive direction and to three shocks in the negative direction in each of three mutually perpendicular mounting positions of the cell or battery for a total of 18 shocks.
The battery will pass the test if there is no mass loss, no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure.

Approvals:

UN38.3

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CE

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UKCA

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