Our company LiFePO4 mainly designs, imports, manufactures and delivers rechargeable batteries and their spare parts and components for the current, voltage and place of use of our customers.

Within the framework of these processes, the highest capacity Cylindrical (6000mAh) and Prismatic (280Ah) cells are used.

When the cells are connected in series, the desired voltage value is obtained, and when the cells are connected in parallel, the desired current value appears.

The charging process of the batteries should be done with chargers working with CCCV technique. As you know, CC means Constant Current, CV means Constant voltage. In other words, CCCV chargers behave in a variable manner according to the voltage and current value of the battery during charging, charging. First, the empty battery is charged with a constant current, and then the current is gradually reduced when the voltage reaches the desired level. When the current is very low, the charger turns itself off.  

Batteries consisting of LiFePO4 cells can be charged in 1 hour. However, if the charger is not capable of delivering the desired current in 1 hour, the charging time is extended. Example: If the battery is 51.2V280A hours, a 28Amp hour charger can charge the battery in 10:00 hours. Whereas, the same battery can be charged in 2:45 hours with a 100 Ampere hour charger.

Your battery's current, voltage, charge values must be compatible with the CCCV Charger.

So: What happens if a high-capacity charger tries to charge a low-capacity battery..? At this stage, the card called PCM / BMS in the battery worker comes into play. In a properly designed battery, the PCM/BMS constantly monitors the charge current, discharge current and battery temperature and disconnects the charge when necessary. PCM/BMS also provides stable charging of cells connected in series.  

In summary: the rechargeable battery should be designed in harmony with the CCCV Charger, Cells, capacity packaging, connectors and PCm/BMS circuitry as a whole.  

The number of fill-and-empty LiFePO4 cells is around 2000 to 4000, depending on the cycle time, brand and model. It works between (-20°) flash (+65). However, it can be charged from (0) to (45). Therefore, it may be necessary to use a heater during charging. The heater should be placed inside the battery during packaging.

LiFePO4 batteries are widely used in the industrial sector.

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