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Test Report of Hipower 3.2V 100AH discharge curve

Discussion in 'Electric Conversions' started by hipowerkevin, Mar 4, 2010.

  1. hipowerkevin

    hipowerkevin New Member

    Mar 1, 2010
    #1 hipowerkevin, Mar 4, 2010
    Last edited: Mar 9, 2010
    In January , 2010, our company, Shandong Hipower new energy group, send 48V100 AH LifePO4 Battery Pack to Shanghai for battery performance tesing.
    With the test data automatic generated, the original Excel documents is about
    25M, The testing machine logged whole battery pack discharge, charge status,
    also logged the 16 pcs of 3.2V 100A cells status, which in different colors. cells well shown the consistency of whole battery pack.

    I take screenshot of 3C, 1C discharge curve, for cells from NO.1-16 cells, also for whole battery pack.
    I also offer download link for your detail reference see following.

    3 pictures I could offer, in continuous discharge of 3C, 2C, 1C,
    That means battery pack continuous discharge current is 300A ,200A , 100A.
    3C continuous discharge curve (3.2V 100AH, in 22'C temperature)
    48V100Ah 3C s.png
    2C continuous discharge curve (3.2V 100AH, in 22'C temperature)
    48V100Ah 2C s.png
    1C continuous discharge curve (3.2V 100AH, in 22'C temperature)
    48V100Ah 1C s.png

    For any details, could directly contract with me, [email protected]
    or visist
    At end I also put discharge curves comes from datasheet, that means if the battery performance can not match those curves, customer could directly asking for replacement or send it back with total free.
    0.5C discharge curve from battery pack datasheet(48V 100AH battery pack, in 22'C temperature)
    0.5C discharge 222.jpg
    battery performance in different temprature(3.2V 100AH, 0.3C Discharge )
    different temp.jpg

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