Now that the theoretical bases were exposed, It is time to practice. Read More »
Nothing easier than to charge a lithium battery :
- You connect to a current source continuous maximum current is limited to 0, 3 c (120A for a battery of 400Ah) and the maximum voltage limited at 13, 8V
- When the voltage reaches 13, 8V and that the current drops to 0, 025C (10A for a battery of 400Ah), you stop the load.
- Once the battery is discharged to 20% SOC, you do it again…
Any battery is potentially dangerous ! Even if the lithium batteries (LiFePo4) are the safest of the lithium batteries (and might even present less risk than the battery lead), they can easily be destroyed and/or be dangerous in certain extreme situations... Read More »
See performance clearly superior to those of the lead-acid batteries, the lithium battery (LiFePo4) seems the best choice for the boat service batteries. But they are very sensitive to certain parameters that must master before embarking on this adventure. Read More »