Hubble Lithium Battery 2.7Kwh,5.5Kwh & 10Kwh
• For 48Volt (Hubble AM5) & 24Volt(Hubble AM4) Inverter Systems
• Advanced BMS with current limiting function
• CAN Bus, fully integrates and communicates with leading Inverter brands
• Excellent high temperature performance
• High Cycle Life and Service Life
• RIOT Cloudlink integration ready for cloud monitoring
• 1C High Performance Lithium cells
• High Energy Density and conversion efficiency
• Complete with integrated Battery Management System
• Compatible with most Inverters and chargers
• Low self discharge
• Easy wall mount or shelf rack installation
• Heavy duty side handles for easy handling and mounting on the wall
• Built in protection for over-charge, over-discharge & over-temperature
The specifications of a 5.1kW Lithium battery can vary depending on the specific model and manufacturer, but here are some common specifications:
- Capacity: The capacity of a 5.1kW Lithium battery can vary based on the voltage of the battery. For example, a 48V 5.1kW Lithium battery would have a capacity of approximately 106 Ah (ampere-hours). However, other voltage configurations are also possible.
- Voltage: The voltage of a 5.1kW Lithium battery can vary, but it is typically between 48V and 72V.
- Energy Density: Lithium batteries have a higher energy density than many other types of batteries. A 5.1kW Lithium battery would typically have an energy density of around 120 Wh/kg (watt-hours per kilogram).
- Cycle Life: The cycle life of a battery refers to the number of charge and discharge cycles it can withstand before its performance begins to degrade. A 5.1kW Lithium battery can have a cycle life of several thousand cycles.
- Charge Time: The charge time of a battery depends on the charging system used, but a 5.1kW Lithium battery can typically be fully charged in a few hours.
- Discharge Rate: The discharge rate of a battery refers to the rate at which it can provide power. A 5.1kW Lithium battery can typically provide a discharge rate of 25-50 amps.
- Weight: The weight of a 5.1kW Lithium battery depends on its capacity and other factors, but it would typically weigh around 25-30 kilograms.
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