The LifePo4 is very lightweight and has a long cycle life, making it ideal for many new designs such as solar street lights, solar storage, solar, UPS systems, golf carts, electric vehicles, electric vehicles, power tools and RC hobbies, golf cars, Telecom Base Stations, Telecom Systems, Medical/Hospital Carts, Mobile Medication Carts, Hospital Furniture, Hospital Carts, Commercial Furniture.
Lithium iron phosphate battery suppliers are able to custom design LiFePO4 battery packs to meet the specific needs of your new product, simply by turning great ideas into reality. We can also design safe and reliable solutions to your specifications, from small single-cell battery packs to large battery packs.
As custom lithium battery assemblers, lithium iron phosphate battery suppliers produce custom lithium iron phosphate battery packs that can be used in a wide range of custom applications. Our rechargeable lithium-iron battery packs use a lithium-ion derived chemistry that shares many of the same advantages as other lithium-ion battery chemistries.
Custom lithium iron phosphate battery packs have excellent thermal and chemical stability compared to other battery options. This can improve safety characteristics compared to lithium-ion batteries that use less safe cathode materials. Rechargeable lithium-iron batteries are also nearly non-flammable due to mishandling during charging and discharging, meaning they can withstand higher temperatures without major damage. Other key advantages of LiFePO include higher rate discharge capability and longer cycle life compared to other Li-ion chemistries.
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