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LiFePO4 26650 Rechargable Battery: 12V 55Ah (660Wh) - Replace SLA Battery with lighter weight & Higher Capacity - UN38.3 Passed (DGR)

Your Price: $640.00
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Product ID # 9060
Part Number:
LF-LA12V55



Features  

Nominal Voltage 12V (also called 12.8V)
Nominal Capacity 55Ah
Energy 660Wh
Internal Resistance ≤30mΩ
Cycle Life >2000 cycles @ 1C 100% DOD
Monthly Self Discharge <3%
Efficiency of Charge 100% @ 0.5C
Efficiency of Discharge 96-99% @ 1C
Charge Voltage 14.6±0.2V
Charge Mode 0.2C to 14.6V, then @14.6V, use 0.02C charge current (CC/CV)
Charge Current 25A
Max. Charge Current 55A
Charge Cut-off Voltage 15.6V±0.2V
Continuous Discharge Current 70A
Max. Discharge Pluse Current 80A (<3s)
Discharge Cut-off Voltage 8V
Charge Temperature 0 to 45 °C (32F to 113F) @60±25% Relative Humidity
Discharge Temperature -20 to 60 °C (-4F to 140F) @60±25% Relative Humidity
Storage Temperature 0 to 40 °C (32F to 104F) @60±25% Relative Humidity
Water dust Resistance IP56
Plastic Case ABS
Dimension 257x132x200 mm (10.12 x 5.20 x 7.87")
Weight 8.12Kg (17.9 lbs)
Terminal M6
Charger Option You can purchase 12.8V 15A LiFePO4 charger for this battery
Warning:
  • Do not use in series or in parallel
  • Must use LiFePO4 charging circuit. Do not use Lead Acid charger to charge this battery.

Please download the Specification here

Warnings

  • Charging current should be less than maximum charge current specified in the Product Specification, Charging current bigger than recommended current may damage the battery;    
  • Discharging current should be less than maximum discharge current specified in the Product Specification;Discharging current bigger than recommended current may damage the battery;  
  • It should be noted that the cell would be possible to be at a over-discharged state by its self-discharge characteristics in case the cell is not used for long time.
  • In order to prevent over-discharging, the cell shall be charged periodically to maintain between 13.2V and 13.6V (2month one cycle),Over-discharging may causes loss of cell performance, characteristics, or battery functions;  
  • Please charge the battery within 12 hours after use;    
  • Battery storage environment follow the above conditions and in standard atmosphere, should be without strong magnet, no power, no static;  
  • Do not reverse the polarity of the battery pack for any reason;            
  • Do not short circuit the battery pack;  
  • Do not reverse polarity charging;  
  • Do not immerse the battery pack in water or sea water, or get it wet;    
  • Do not disassemble battery;    
  • Do not expose the battery to extreme heat or flame;  
  • Please use special charger for charging;  
  • Do not combine the battery pack in series or in parallel;
  • International Customers: Due to the high shipping cost , we are sorry we do not issue warranty, return or refund for this item. You are buying at your own risk.

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