All batteries even lithium go through what you are calling is Absorption phase all that means is the Constant Voltage Stage where current tapers to zero. A better term and more accurate is SATURATE. Think of a dry sponge. Dunk it in the water, and even though submerged takes a while to fully saturate slowly.With lead, you're referring to the absorption portion of the charge cycle correct? Does that apply equally to AGM as FLA?
Battery is a little light because that is only a 2-day reserve meaning you will use 50% daily. You could make it work, but not with solar. You are asking for a huge amount of power at 2.8 Kwh daily.Seems like 500Ah FLA and 500W solar would satisfy my power requirements?
Well it isn't so much Absorb vs Bulk but total charge time to get to 100% as per endAmps, how it's divided depends on current level.With lead, you're referring to the absorption portion of the charge cycle correct? Does that apply equally to AGM as FLA?
On days with great insolation conditions - summer or near the equator - you will put maybe 140-180AH into your bank.500W solar would satisfy my power requirements?
Sunking, you need to chill-out and learn some manners. How old are you, 15? Yes they are found in EV's, they are also used for backups or high energy storage.They are not found in EV's you moron spammer. Now get lost.
(1) Lithium batteries have been used heavily in all EV's, not just drag racers.They cannot and is of no concern for scum bag spammer. LiPo is the last thing you want for a house battery or any application requiring long life as LiPo only have roughly 100 cycles in them. LiPo's are used in RC aircraft where C-Rates run 20C or greater continuous. Extremely dangerous lithium batteries notorious for catching fire.
They do have a application in EV used as Drag Racers where you can put a very small battery in, just enough for 1 or 2 runs. Some of the new ones claim 100C-Rate for 10 seconds which is all you need for a drag race. A 20 pound battery vs a 1000 pound battery.
In the Classified thread (to which you're probably responding), I linked directly to my post...Brian
I couldn't find the the actual post you made within the length of this thread. Here's a link to all the information I have gathered on these cells.
But anyway, thanks for the information. There's not much specifically about the cells in the module specification document, but by comparison of voltage specifications, these are not the T020 cells - the nominal voltage is too high for that.
Saying that LiPo is not lithium-ion is like saying that sedans are not cars; yes, a sedan is a specific style of car, but it's still a car.LiPos are not Lithium Ion.
True, but "LiPo" does not describe the battery chemistry, just one aspect of the cell design. What chemistry are the cells that you are selling, and what chemistry do you think that common RC cells use?Their are pros and cons to all different types of battery chemistry..