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12V 24V

12V and 24V – 100Ah Lithium Ion Batteries

Powerful. Low weight. Long lifetime. Fast charging.
Lithium Ion Battery: 12VDC - 100Ah 24VDC - 100Ah
Model no. 012-00002GF 012-00004GF
Nominal capacity 100Ah 100Ah
Nominal battery voltage 12 VDC 24 VDC
Operation voltage discharge 9.2 VDC 18.4 VDC
Operation voltage charge 15 VDC 30 VDC
Cell voltage min cut-off 2.3 VDC 2.3 VDC
Cell voltage max cut-off 4.2 VDC 4.2 VDC
Continuous discharge current 100 A 100 A
Max discharge Impulse current:
(10 min.) 200 A (temperature controlled) 200 A (temperature controlled)
(5 sec.) >500 A >500 A
(uSec.) >1000 A >1000 A
Continuous charge current 100 A 100 A
Standard charge/discharge current 50 A 50 A
Lifecycle 80%DOD >3000 >3000
Lifecycle 70%DOD >5000 >5000
Operating temperature -40°C~+50°C -40°C~+50°C
Cooling Forced fan Forced fan
Inputs (wakeup function) 3 3
Outputs (Open Collector) 2 2
Communication CAN (SAE J1939) - CP Single Wire CAN (SAE J1939) - CP Single Wire
Parallel connection 1 to 20 1 to 20
Self-discharge rate per month (Sleep mode) <3% <3%
Operating mode consumption 350mA 180mA
Sleep mode consumption <2mA <2mA
Connection terminals M8 screw M8 screw
Protection IP21 IP21
Watt hours 1320Wh 2640Wh
Weight of cells 14kg 28kg
Weight 19kg 37kg
Dimensions (mm) 274x192x301 274x192x558
Freight: UN 3480, lithium ion batteries. Class 9, packing group II, tunnel restcriction code E

The graph is an expression of the battery voltage
from empty to fully charged, the battery voltage is
without any consumption.

For the voltage with consumption, it is a necessary

to add/sub the voltage drop, caused by the battery

The cell voltage is measured after resting in a period

of five hours.
Battery Impedance vs Temperature

Battery Impedance vs Temperature 100Ah-­‐12V  

The immediate battery impedance is measured 0,140  Ω  

in Ω with a SOC of 50%

0,120  Ω  

0,100  Ω  

0,080  Ω  

0,060  Ω  

0,040  Ω  

0,020  Ω  

0,000  Ω  
-­‐40  °C   -­‐30  °C   -­‐20  °C   -­‐10  °C   0  °C   10  °C   20  °C   30  °C   40  °C   50  °C   60  °C  
Degrees  Celcius  
Discharge Current vs Temperature

Discharge Current vs Temperature 100Ah-­‐12V  

The graph shows the rated discharge current from 300  A  

the different batteries before the output voltage

drops to 10,5VDC. The output current can be
250  A  
higher in lower temperatures, if the connected
appliance accepts voltages below 10,5VDC.
200  A  

The battery current is measured with a SOC level

of 50%, the current can be higher if the battery is

150  A  
fully charged.

100  A  

50  A  

0  A  
-­‐40  °C   -­‐30  °C   -­‐20  °C   -­‐10  °C   0  °C   10  °C   20  °C   30  °C   40  °C   50  °C   60  °C  
Degrees  Celcius  
Powerful Lithium vs Lead

Powerful Lithium vs Lead 7  C  

The graph compares a lithium battery to a lead

acid battery, with the same capacity.

6  C  
The graph shows the expected factor of how much
more energy you can get from a lithium battery,
taking the discharge rate and DOD into account.
5  C  

Capacity  discharge  
DOD  50%  
4  C  
DOD  60%  
DOD  70%  
DOD  80%  
3  C  

2  C  

1  C  
0,25  h   0,50  h   1,00  h   2,00  h   4,00  h   8,00  h   16,00  h  
Lithium vs Lead

Lithium vs Lead 100%  

Less amount of capacity is needed

The graph shows how little capacity is needed 90%  
in a lithium battery, compared to have the same
amount of energy available in a lead acid battery. 80%  

The graph shows the percentage based on the

capacity of a lead acid battery.

The expected percentage depends of the State  Of  Charge  
discharge rate and DOD of the lead acid battery. DOD  50%  
DOD  60%  
DOD  70%  
DOD  80%  




0,25  h   0,50  h   1,00  h   2,00  h   4,00  h   8,00  h   16,00  h