muRata (Sony) Olivine LiFE-PO4 Energy Storage Module 1.2 kWh IJ1001M
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Energy Storage Module and System with Sony’s Olivine-type Lithium Iron Phosphate Cell.
Energy / Capacity: 1.2kWh / 24Ah
Nominal Voltage: 51.2V
Maximum Discharge Current / Power: 50A / 2.5kW
Standard Charge Conditions: 57.6V / 24A
Status Monitor: Voltage, Current, Temperature, SOC, and so on
Operating Temperature: Discharge: -20deg. C to +60deg. C, Charge: 0deg. C to +45deg. C
Dimensions: W432 * D421 * H80 mm
Long Lifespan with Deep Cycles
Consumers can anticipate that rechargeable olivine-type lithium-ion iron phosphate batteries will have a long useful life of 20 years when charged/discharged once daily at room temperature (23°C), thanks to their inherently supe rior properties. Furthermore, Sony has achieved a long-lasting charge/discharge cycle that does not depend on DOD* (DOD = Depth of Discharge): The ratio of discharged energy in proportion to a cell’s rating capacity. A factor that influences the useful life of many rechargeable batteries.
High Performance Safety
The contained iron phosphate cells, which boast excellent thermal stability and storage characteristics, are not susceptible to thermal runaway, and do not require additional room ventilation. nIn addition, the energy storage module’s usage can be controlled safely by monitoring the status of the internal batteries and communicating the outcome to a linked external battery management system or controlling unit.
The high power output construction of rechargeable olivine-type lithium-ion iron phosphate batteries facilitates a charge of 90% or more in just one hour.
Variables such as the voltage and capacity can be customized for different applications by connecting multiple modules either in series or in parallel. Furthermore, at 19 inches (2U), the module size is also suitable for fitting to standard computer server racks.
Iron (lithium iron phosphate) is used as the electrode material, thus enabling reduced environmental impact in comparison to rechargeable lithium-ion batteries that instead use rare metals with extremely limited reserves, and which are therefore in low supply. In comparison to lead-acid batteries and nickel cadmium (Ni-Cd) batteries, lithium-ion batteries have lower energy loss when discharging the stored electrical energy (= high ‘charge/discharge efficiency’).