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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

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SOC vs OCV

SOC vs OCV
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
impedance.

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  

Ohms  
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

Amps  
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  
Hours  
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


70%  
capacity of a lead acid battery.

60%  
The expected percentage depends of the State  Of  Charge  
discharge rate and DOD of the lead acid battery. DOD  50%  
50%  
DOD  60%  
DOD  70%  
40%  
DOD  80%  

30%  

20%  

10%  

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