CATL 3.2V 120Ah LiFePO4 Battery Cell
CATL 120Ah LiFePO4 Battery Specification:
Cell Brand: CATL
Chemistry: Lithium Iron Phosphate(LiFePO4 or LFP)
Nominal voltage: 3.2V
Operational voltage: 2.5 V – 3.65 V
Nominal Capacity: 120Ah
Impedance (1KHz): ≤0.6±0.05mΩ
Dimensions (mm): 173.8*171.5*48.3±0.5mm
Cycle Performance: ≥2500Cycles
Residual Capacity Loss: Per month ≤3.5%
Charging Temperature: 0℃~45℃
Discharging Temperature: -20℃~60℃
CATL 120Ah LiFePO4 Battery Application:
- Backup power: household ESS, solar energy, wind, telecom base station.
- Marine, RV, yacht, camping power backup, UPS.
- EV, forklift, golf cart, AGV
Do not submerge the battery in the water
Never insert batteries with the (+) and (-) reversed
Do not disassemble,dispose in fire,heat or shot circuit.
Do not expose batteries to sunlight for long time
Don’t keep batteries close to children
Do not short circuit the battery in any situation.
Do not discharge the new battery! Please fully charge them at first.
Don’t open the battery safety valve.
Do not violently wrest the screw on the terminal.
Don’t mix different brands of battery in one pack
Do not mix different capacity or different conditions batteries together.
Precautions of charging:
- NEVER charge LiFePO4 batteries with a charger not specifically compatible with LiFePO4 batteries!
- When the cell is first used, it MUST be fully charged and discharged for activating it and giving fully capacity.
- Always charge LiFePo4 batteries in an area with adequate ventilation.
- No matter what charge mode the battery is in, stop charging once the cell temperature exceeds the absolute charge temperature range.
- No matter what charge mode the battery is in, stop charging once the cell voltage exceeds the absolute charge voltage.
- When the LiFePO4 batteries are intended to be stored for a prolonged period of time (more than one month), the SOC of cells should be adjusted to around 50% periodically(every three months is recommended).
- Storing them in the proper temperature: Keep your lithium batteries in a place that does not get colder than 32 degrees Fahrenheit or warmer than 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Charging them regularly: Ideally, lithium batteries should never be completed uncharged, so it’s important to remember to charge your batteries in the winter months when they are most prone to quick loss of power.
- Cleaning them: Corrosion and dirt can cause the battery to lose charge faster, which decreases its lifespan, so it’s important to keep your lithium batteries clean. You can use a mix of water and baking soda for a gentle cleaning.