Thanks to the expertise of our professionals, HGB -40℃ low temperature battery
is carefully manufactured. 2.
This product has great tear strength. The adhesive coat and adhesion values between its base fabric and the coating compound greatly contribute to this property. 3.
The product can provide stable energy for its operation. During the peak of the solar irradiation, it can absorb the excess solar energy and store it into its energy storage system to guarantee a quick and stable operation. 4.
HGB perseveringly carries out -40℃ low temperature battery which will make a great achievement. 5.
HGB Battery Co.,Ltd. has a scientifically sound management system while ensuring product quality.
Low temperature battery HGB11090185 25C 20Ah
Low temperature battery adopts special process and special materials. It has good charging and discharging performance under low temperature. It can be used at -40℃~60℃ and the discharging capacity of 0.2C at -40℃ is over 80% of initial capacity, so it is suitable for subzero temperature.
Application:military weapon, aerospace, missile carrier, scientific investigation of polar region, emergency handling on frigid zone, electric power telecommunication, public security, medical electronics, rail way, vessel, robot, etc.
LiFePo4 Low Temperture battery cell list
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