22.2V 5.6Ah 6s Lipo Battery Pack for RFID

22.2V 5.6Ah 6s Lipo Battery Pack for RFID

22.2v 5.6Ah 6s Lipo Battery Pack for RFID RFID battery

1. voltage: 22.2v

2. capacity: 5.6Ah (or OEM)

3. size:48*55*121mm (or OEM)

4. type: 22.2v lipo battery, 6s lipo battery pack

5. MOQ:1k

Product Details

22.2v 5.6Ah 6s Lipo Battery Pack for RFID

RFID battery key parameter:

battery norminal voltage: 22.2v 

battery nominal capacity: 6000mah

Max battery dimension: 48*55*121mm 

Battery Charging info:

charging voltage: 25.2v

charging current: 2A

charging hours: 3.5hr

Temperature info:

charging temperature: 0-45℃

discharging temperature: -20℃~45℃

storage temperature: 0-25℃

RFID battery solution:

this RFID battery can be as per request. what's procedure to design and develop as per request?

   Product Request Datasheet: first, you need to fullfill Product Request Datasheet in details, so as to make sure your request is clear.

   Request Audit & Review:  secondly, we review your request within 2 days, from EE, mechanic, electrochemistry, software design. as well as, we have to review volumn for production and raw material purchase etc.

   Project establishment: after our audit and review, we will establish project as per your request.

PCMB solution: 

pcbm is kind of PCB, which is used to control battery from overcharge, overdischarge, overcurrent, shortcircuit, over/low temperature, tele-communication, auto charge, self-balance etc. therefore, how to make sure protection accuracy 5%? precise IC chips, moseft and electric circuit diagram should be designed with years of experience in lithium ion battery industry.

Battery cell solution: 

battery cell solution can be made in all different size, different power request for charging and discharging, battery weight, cyclelife request etc. all these is designed under strict battery chemistry feature selection.

What is pulse charging? What is the effect on battery performance?

Pulse charging generally adopts the method of charging and discharging, that is, charging for 5 seconds and then discharging for 1 second. In this way, most oxygen generated during charging process will be reduced to electrolyte under the discharge pulse. It not only limits the gasification amount of internal electrolyte, but also gradually recovers or approaches the original capacity of old batteries that have been seriously polarized after 5-10 cycles of charging and discharging by this charging method.