We choose the best quality materials - LiFePO4
Issuing time:2019-02-14 17:21
Lithium batteries are rapidly becoming a reasonable replacement for 150-year-old lead-acid battery technology. Lithium batteries are the best choice for applications that need to be considered. Light weight, stable structure, strong safety, and so on.
LiFePO4 (also known as lithium iron phosphate) batteries offer significant improvements in weight, capacity and shelf life over lead acid. LiFePO4 batteries are the safest lithium batteries because they don't overheat and won't catch fire even if they are punctured. The cathode material in the LiFePO4 battery is harmless and therefore does not adversely affect health or cause harm to the environment. Because oxygen is tightly bound to the molecules, there is no danger of the battery emitting a flame like a lithium-ion battery. The chemical properties are so stable that LiFePO4 batteries can accept charge from lead-acid configuration chargers. Although the energy density is lower than that of lithium ionsand lithium polymers, the iron and phosphate content is rich and the extraction cost is lower, so the cost is more reasonable. The life expectancy of LiFePO4 is approximately 5 - 7 years.
Lithium-ion batteries and lithium-polymer batteries are the most energy-intensive batteries in lithium batteries. The most common type of lithium ion is LiCoO2 or lithium cobalt oxide. In this chemical reaction, there is no strong bond between oxygen and cobalt, so when the battery is heated, such as by rapid charging or discharging, or when it is used in large quantities, the battery will catch fire. This is especially catastrophic in high pressure environments such as airplanes or in large applications such as electric vehicles. To help solve this problem, devices using lithium-ion and lithium-polymer batteries require extremely sensitive and often expensive electronic devices to monitor them. Although lithium-ion batteries have an inherently high energy density, after one year of use, the capacity of lithium ions will drop so much that LiFePO4 will have the same energy density, and LiFePO4 will have significantly higher after two years. Energy Density. Another disadvantage of these types is that cobalt can be dangerous, increasing health problems and environmental treatment costs. From the beginning of production, the expected life of lithium-ion batteries is about 3 years.