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Victron Energy 12.8V 200AH Lithium SuperPack LifePo4 2560wh Chargable Marine Battery  BAT512120705

Victron Energy 12.8V 200AH Lithium SuperPack LifePo4 2560wh Chargable Marine Battery BAT512120705

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Maximum number of batteries in series, parallel or series/parallel configuration As mentioned in the introduction, up to 20 Victron Lithium Battery Smart batteries in total can be used in a system, regardless of the Victron BMS used. This enables 12, 24 and 48V energy storage systems with up to 102kWh (84kWh for a 12V system), depending on the capacity used and the number of batteries. See the Electrical installation chapter [17] for installation details. Check the table below to see how the maximum storage capacity can be achieved (using 12.8V/330Ah and 25.6V/200Ah batteries as an example):
System voltage 12.8V/330Ah
Nominal energy 25.6V/200Ah
Nominal energy 12V 20 in parallel 84kWh
 24V 20 in 2S10P 84kWh 20 in parallel
102kWh 48V 20 in 4S5P 84kWh 20 in 2S10P 102kWh

- Caution and prohibition
Before using and handling the pack, see carefully attached “Handling Instruction for Rechargeable Lithium ion battery Pack”.
For safety reasons rechargeable batteries are not shipped in a low remaining capacity state. Charge before using. Do not connect multiple battery packs as parallel or serials for using. This might damage the battery pack, even your equipment’s.
-Warranty
Manufacturer will be responsible for replacing the battery pack against defects or poor workmanship for 12 months from the date of shipping. Any other problem caused by malfunction of the equipment or misuse of the battery is battery is not covered under this warranty.
- Handling Instruction Guide for LiFePO4 Battery Pack
-. General
Battery packs supplied by Victron Energy have to be handle carefully according to the specification. Here are
some more to be followed.
- Storage of pack
The packs are requested to be stored under the following conditions:
a. Indoor storage in a cool circumstances without direct sun light on the packs or cartons.
b. Store batteries in a dry location with low humidity, and a temperature range of - 20°C to +30°C. In case of the 
c. As long-term storage can accelerate battery self-discharge and lead to the deactivation of the batteries. To
minimize the deactivation effect, store battery packs in a temperature range of +10°C to +30°C. d. When charging for the first time after long-term storage, deactivation of the packs may have led to decreased
capacity. Recover such packs to original performance through repeating several cycles of full charging and discharging.
e. When store packs for more than 6 month, charge at least once charring require per 6 months to prevent leakage
and deterioration in performance due to self-discharging. 
-. Charging pack
a. Use suitable charger with the specified voltage and current. We strongly recommend Victron Energy and smart battery charger. We can recommend the usage or specification of the charger manufacturing. If you want to get the information about it, please contact us.
b. Never attempt reverse charging. Charring with polarity reversed can cause a reversal in battery polarity, causing gas pressure inside of the battery to rise, which can be lead to leakage of the batteries in the pack.
c. Avoid overcharging. Repeated overcharging can be lead to deterioration in pack performance. And Over-heat occurred.
d. Charging efficiency drops at temperatures above 40°C.
- Protection from unexpected damaged to pack
a. (+) and/or (-) terminals must not be connected in metal wire, necklace, chains.
b. Do not drop packs from height in order to prevent them from possible malfunction or damage.
c. Do not twist or bend packs in order to prevent possible damage.
- For Safety
a. Do not disassemble packs.
b. Do not use pack when something abnormal found such as smells, deformation, discoloration, and so on.
d. Do not re-use LiFePO4 cells or other parts after removing from the packs.
e. When the electrolyte leakage occurs, do not touch the liquid.
Installation location
Make sure that the installation location meets the following conditions:
1) The area is completely waterproof
2) The floor is flat and level.
3) There are no flammable or explosive materials.
4) The ambient temperature is within the range from 0°C to 50°C.
5) The temperature and humidity are maintained at a constant level.
6) There is minimal dust and dirt in the area.
7) The distance from heat source is more than 2 meters.
8) The distance from air outlet of inverter is more than 0.5 meters.
9) The installation areas shall avoid of direct sunlight.
10) There is no mandatory ventilation requirements for battery module, but
please avoid of installation in confined area. The aeration shall avoid of
high salinity, humidity or temperature
Grounding
Grounding cables shall be 10AWG or higher yellow-green cables. After connection, the resistance from battery grounding point to Ground connection point of room or installed place shall smaller than 0.1Ω.
1) based on metal directly touch between the module’s surface and rack’s surface. If using painted rack the corresponding place shall remove the painting.
2) install a grounding cable to the grounding point of the modules
Cabinet Installation
1) Put the battery into the cabinet
2) Drive the 4 pcs screws
3) Connect the cables between battery modules
4) Connect the cables to inverter
Trouble shooting.
Problem determination based on
1) Whether the battery can be turned on or not
2) If battery is turned on, check the red light is off, flashing or lighting
3) If the red light is off, check whether the battery can be charged/discharged  or not. Possible conditions: 1) Battery cannot turn on, switch ON and press the red SW the lights are all no lighting or flashing.
a) Capacity too low, or module over discharged. solution: use a charge or inverter to provide 48-53.5V voltage. If battery can start, then keep charge the module and use monitor tools to check the battery log.
If battery terminal voltage is ≤45Vdc, please use ≤0.05C to slowly charge the module to avoid affect to SOH. If battery terminal voltage is >45Vdc, it can use ≤0.5C to charge.
If battery cannot start, turn off battery and repair. 
2) The battery can turn on, but red light is lighting, and cannot charge or discharge. If the red light is lighting, that means system is abnormal, please check values as following
b) Temperature: Above 60℃ or under -10℃, the battery could not work. Solution: to move battery to the normal operating temperature range between 0℃ and 50℃
c) Current: If current exceeds 90A, battery protection will turn on. Solution: Check whether current is too large or not, if it is, change the settings on power supply side.
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d) High Voltage: If charging voltage above 54V, battery protection will turn on. Solution: Check whether voltage is too high or not, if it is, to change the settings on power supply side. And discharge the module. 
e) Low Voltage: When the battery discharges to 44.5V or less, battery protection will turn on. Solution: Charge the battery till the red light turns off.
f) Cell voltage high. The module voltage is lower than 54V, SOC LED does not all on. When discharge the module protection disappear. Solution: keep charge the module by 53-54V or keep the system cycle. The BMS can balance the cell during cycling. 
3) Unable to charge and discharge with red LED on. The temperature is 0~50 degree. Use charger to charge, not possible. Use load to discharge, not possible. 
g) Under permanent protection. The single cell voltage has been higher than 4.2 or lower than 1.5 or temperature higher than 80 degree. Solution: Switch off the module and contact your local distributor for repair.
4) Unable to charge and discharge without red LED on. The temperature is 0~50 degree. Use charger to charge, not possible. Use load to discharge, not possible.
h) Fuse broken. Solution: Switch off the module and contact your local distributor for repair.
Battery Maintenance
• When the customer receives the battery, they should check the basic function first, and make sure no damage occurred during transport. Please test the battery voltage, charging function, discharge function, and display function; if there are any anomalies, please stop installation and notify us immediately. After installing the battery according to the installation manual, fully charge the battery before using it for the first time. Upon being fully charged and discharged between three and five times, the battery will reach its maximum capacity.
• To prolong their lifecycle, charge batteries when their capacity is low. If batteries are not charged during this time and they are left in a deficient state for a prolonged period, this will adversely affect the battery life. If those batteries will not be used for a long time, keep them at half-capacity and float-charge the battery every two months, for one hour each time.
• The battery should be installed in a dry, clean, and wellventilated area, while avoiding ignition sources and proximity to flammable materials. Be sure to disconnect the load (i.e., turn off the electrical equipment) during charging.
• The working temperature of the battery is 41–104°F. (Optimal working temperature is 59–95°F.) Outside this temperature range, the performance of the battery may change. Under such circumstances, it is normal for the capacity or the equipment operating time to change.
• Avoid cleaning the battery case with organic solvents. 
• If an accident occurs, do not use carbon dioxide to extinguish the fire; instead, use carbon tetrachloride or sand to extinguish it.
• The battery is a consumable item and its lifecycle is limited. Please replace the battery when the battery capacity is lower than 50% of the rated capacity.

HARGING GUIDELINES

If LiFePO4 batteries are not fully discharged, they do not need to be charged after each use. LiFePO4 batteries do not get damaged when left in a partial state of charge (PSOC). You can charge your LiFePO4 batteries after each use or when they have been discharged up to 80% DOD (20% SOC). If the Battery Management System  BMS) disconnects the battery due to low voltage (voltage will be <10V), remove the load and charge immediately using a LiFePO4 battery charger.

CHARGING TEMPERATURE

LiFePO4 batteries can be safely charged between 0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F). LiFePO4 batteries do not require temperature compensation for voltage when charging at hot or cold temperatures. All Canbat LiFePO4 batteries come with an internal BMS that protects the battery from low and high temperatures. If the BMS disconnects due to low temperature, the battery must warm up for the BMS to reconnect and accept the charging current. If the BMS disconnects because of high temperature, the battery will need to cool down before the BMS will accept charging the battery. Please refer to your specific battery’s datasheet for the BMS low temperature and high-temperature cut-off and reconnect values.

The charging and discharging temperature for lithium batteries from our LT series is -20°C to 60°C. Canbat Low Temperature (LT) Lithium Batteries are cold-weather rated, designed for Canada’s cold climates. These batteries have a built-in heating system featuring proprietary technology that draws power from the charger. No additional components are required. The entire process of heating and charging is completely seamless. The heating system automatically activates once charging below 0°C is attempted, and it automatically deactivates when it’s no longer needed. The heating system does not take power from the battery, but rather from the charger, ensuring the lithium battery is not discharging itself and keeping you powered. Simply plug the LT lithium battery into the LiFePO4 charger and the internal heating and monitoring systems take care of the rest.

HOW TO CHARGE LIFEPO4 BATTERIES WITH A LEAD-ACID CHARGER

Most lead-acid battery chargers can be used with LiFePO4 batteries as long as they are within the appropriate voltage guidelines. AGM and Gel algorithms typically fall within the LiFePO4 voltage requirements. The voltage for flooded battery charging algorithms is often higher than LiFePO4 charging requirements, which will result in the BMS disconnecting. If this happens, it is generally good practice to replace your charger for one with a LiFePO4 charge profile. Since the BMS protects the battery, using lead-acid chargers will typically not damage the battery.

Note that if the BMS disconnects due to low voltage, a lead-acid battery charger may not be able to reconnect the BMS, even if the charger has the acceptable charging parameters to charge LiFePO4. This is because when the BMS disconnects, the lithium battery will not have a voltage as it will read 0V on a voltmeter, while lead-acid chargers require the battery to read out a voltage to start charging. If the battery is reading 0V, the lead-acid battery charger will not be able to understand that a battery is connected and that it should start charging. This is also true for some low-quality lithium chargers. It is always recommended that you invest in a high-quality LiFePO4 charger to ensure high performance and longevity. Feel free to contact Canbat should you have any questions.

CHARGING LIFEPO4 IN PARALLEL

When connecting LiFePO4 batteries in parallel, please make sure each battery is within 0.1V of each other before putting them in service, This will minimize the chance of imbalance between batteries. If you’re charging 12V LiFePO4 batteries, the charging voltage should be between 14V – 14.2V. When charging 24V batteries in parallel, the charging voltage should be 28V – 28.4V. Charging 36V lithium batteries in parallel requires a voltage of 42V – 42.6V. Finally, charging 48V LiFePO4 batteries require voltage parameters of 56V – 56.8V. Below is a table with a summary showing the voltage requirements for each system voltage.

 

System VoltageCharging parameters
12V14V – 14.2V
24V28V – 28.4V
36V42V – 42.6V
48V56V – 56.8V

 

The voltage parameters apply to both charging profiles CC and CC-CV. If your charger’s voltage is lower than those listed in the table, it will not damage your battery, but it will be undercharged, and it will not provide the full rated capacity of the battery. If your charger’s voltages are higher than those listed in the tables above, the BMS may disconnect the battery and you may have to remove the load to reconnect. We recommend you replace the charger to avoid this inconvenience and to invest in a high-quality LiFePO4 battery charger.

CHARGING LIFEPO4 BATTERIES IN SERIES

When connecting batteries in series, please make sure each battery is within 50mV (0.05V) of each other before putting them in service. This will minimize the chance of an imbalance between batteries. If your batteries get out of balance, the voltage of any battery is >50mV (0.05V) from another battery in the set, you should charge each battery individually to rebalance. You can charge each battery individually periodically to avoid imbalance. When charging LiFePO4 batteries in series, it is best to use a multi-bank charger that charges each battery individually to ensure the cells remain balanced. You can also use a 24V battery LiFePO4 charger or a 48V battery LiFePO4 charger if you’d like to charge your system as a whole.

CHARGING LIFEPO4 WITH AN INVERTER/CHARGER AND/OR CHARGE CONTROLLER

Below are the key, typical charger inputs when using an inverter/charger or charge controller for charging LiFePO4 batteries. Many inverter/ chargers require additional parameters, please contact Canbat technical support for assistance. LiFePO4 batteries do not require equalizing. LiFePO4 batteries do not require temperature compensation for voltage when charging at hot or cold temperatures.

 

PARAMETER12V SYSTEM24V SYSTEM36V SYSTEM48V SYSTEM
Bulk Voltage14V – 14.6V28V – 29.2V42V – 43.8V56V – 58.4V
Absorption Voltage14V – 14.6V28V – 29.2V42V – 43.8V56V – 58.4V
Absorption Time0- 6 min0- 6 min0- 6 min0- 6 min
Float Voltage13.8V ± 0.2V27.6V ± 0.2V41.4V ± 0.2V55.2V ± 0.2V
Low Voltage Cutoff11V22V33V44V
High Voltage Cutoff14.629.2V43.8V58.4V

CHARGING LIFEPO4 WITH ALTERNATOR AND DC TO DC CHARGERS

Depending on the quality of the alternator, it may work fine to charge LiFePO4 batteries without modifications. However, low-quality alternators with poor voltage regulation can cause the BMS to disconnect LiFePO4 batteries. If the BMS disconnects the batteries the alternator may be damaged. To protect your LiFePO4 battery and alternator, please be sure to use a compatible high-quality alternator or install a voltage regulator. You can also use a DC to DC charger to safely and effectively charge your batteries including house banks. Installing a DC to DC charger is the recommended option when it comes to charging lithium with an alternator.

FUEL GAUGES FOR LITHIUM BATTERIES

If you are using a voltage-based fuel gauge that is designed for lead-acid batteries, it will not accurately measure the state of charge (SOC) of LiFePO4 batteries. Please replace your fuel gauge with one that measures current rather than voltage to accurately measure the state of charge of lithium iron phosphate batteries.

If you have any technical questions, please contact Canbat Technical Support at +1 778-358-3925.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)

 

CAN I CHARGE LITHIUM WITH SOLAR PANELS?

Yes, you can charge Canbat lithium batteries with solar panels. In fact, you can charge them with any type of charging equipment, as long as the charging voltage is within 14V to 14.6V for our 12V LiFePO4 batteries.

 

CAN I CHARGE LITHIUM WITH AN ALTERNATOR?

Yes, but it is recommended to invest in a DC to DC charger to protect your LiFePO4 battery and alternator.

 

CAN I CHARGE LITHIUM WITH A LEAD-ACID CHARGER?

Most lead-acid battery chargers can be used with LiFePO4 batteries as long as they are within the appropriate voltage guidelines. AGM and Gel algorithms typically fall within the LiFePO4 voltage requirements. The voltage for wet cell or flooded battery charging algorithms are often higher than LiFePO4 requirements, which will result in the BMS disconnecting the battery at the end of the charge cycle, and may result in the charger displaying an error code. If this happens, it is generally good practice to replace your charger. Since the BMS protects the battery, using lead-acid chargers will not damage the battery.

 

HOW TO CHARGE A LIFEPO4 BATTERY IN THE COLD?

LiFePO4 batteries can safely charge between 0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F). If your application requires you to recharge in freezing temperatures, Canbat Low Temperature series (LT) can be recharged between -20°C to 45°C (-4°F to 113°F). The LT series has a built-in heating system featuring proprietary technology that draws power from the charger itself. No additional components are required. The entire process of heating and charging is completely seamless. The heating system automatically activates once charging below 0°C is attempted, and it automatically deactivates when it’s no longer needed. The heating system does not take power from the battery, but rather from the charger, ensuring the battery is not discharging itself. Simply plug the battery into the lithium charger and the internal heating and monitoring systems take care of the rest.

 

DO I NEED A SPECIAL CHARGER FOR LITHIUM?

The short answer is no. In order to fully charge a 12V LiFePO4 battery, a charger with a voltage of 14V to 14.6V is required. Most AGM battery chargers are within that range and they would be compatible with Canbat lithium batteries. If you have a charger with a lower voltage, it may still charge the battery, but it won’t charge it to 100%. A charger with a higher voltage would not charge the battery and the BMS would enter protection mode due to its high voltage disconnect feature. Although many AGM battery chargers are compatible with LiFePO4, wet cell or flooded battery chargers are not compatible as they typically charge at a higher voltage.

 

CAN I FULLY DISCHARGE A LITHIUM BATTERY?

Canbat LiFePO4 batteries can be discharged up to 100% of their capacity. However, to optimize the performance of your LiFePO4 battery, to achieve a higher cycle life, and to avoid the BMS disconnecting the battery, we recommend limiting the discharge to 80%. If the BMS disconnects the battery due to low voltage, at 100% depth of discharge, remove the load and recharge using a LiFePO4 charger to reactivate the BMS.

 

CAN LITHIUM DISCHARGE IN COLD TEMPERATURES?

LiFePO4 batteries can safely discharge between -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C). All Canbat LiFePO4 batteries come with a built-in BMS that protects the battery from low-temperatures and high-temperatures. If the BMS disconnects due to cold or high temperature, wait until the temperature is more suitable and the BMS will reconnect automatically.

 

HOW DO I STORE LITHIUM BATTERIES?

It is recommended to store LiFePO4 batteries at about 50% state of charge (SOC). If the batteries are stored for long periods of time, cycle the batteries at least every 6 months. Do not store batteries that are discharged. They do not require a trickle charger. · Recommended storage temperature: -5 to +35°C (23 to 95 °F) · Storage up to 1 month: -20 to +60°C (4 to 140 °F) · Storage up to 3 months: -10 to +35°C (14 to 95 °F) · Extended storage time: +15 to +35°C (59 to 95 °F) It is highly recommended to store lithium batteries indoors during the offseason.

 

CAN I CONNECT 12V LITHIUM IN SERIES?

Yes, you can connect up to four 12V batteries of the same model in series to obtain a higher voltage. Do not connect lithium batteries in both parallel and series simultaneously. Please note that the 24V lithium batteries are designed for 24V applications and do not support series connections. Likewise with the 36V and 48V lithium batteries. When charging LiFePO4 batteries in series, it’s recommended to use a multi-bank battery charger that can charge each battery individually. If that’s not an option, you can also use a 24V battery LiFePO4 charger or a 48V battery LiFePO4 charger if you’d like to charge your system as a whole. Canbat lithium batteries support charging in series.

 

CAN I CONNECT 12V LITHIUM IN PARALLEL?

Yes, you can connect up to four 12V batteries of the same model in parallel to obtain a higher capacity. Do not connect lithium batteries in both parallel and series simultaneously. Canbat 24V and 36V lithium batteries also support up to 4 units in parallel. Canbat 48V LiFePO4 batteries support up to 14 units in parallel as they are designed for larger projects. Canbat lithium batteries support charging in parallel.

 

CAN I INSTALL A LITHIUM BATTERY ON ITS SIDE?

Yes, Canbat LiFePO4 batteries can be installed upright or on their sides. Please fasten the battery if installed in a moving vehicle, such as in an RV or a boat. Please also avoid placing anything over the battery, and it’s recommended to cover the terminals with a plastic cap to prevent an external short circuit.

 

ARE LIFEPO4 BATTERIES SAFE?

Yes, LiFePO4 is a safe chemistry and the most stable lithium-type battery on the market. Canbat lithium is UL 1642 certified, which means they have been tested for short-circuit, abnormal charging, crush, impact, shock, vibration, heating, temperature cycling and pressure. All Canbat LiFePO4 batteries come with an internal Battery Management System. The BMS protects against

  1. Under-Voltage – during discharge
  2. Over-Voltage – during charge or regen conditions
  3. Over-Current – during discharge
  4. Low-Temperature – during charge and discharge
  5. High-temperature – during charge and discharge
  6. Short-Circuit Protection – protects battery cells from damage
  7. Single Cell Equalization and balancing

 

If you already have a lead-acid or a LiFePO4 charger and you want to make sure it’s compatible, chat with one of our battery experts. We can check your charger’s user manual and confirm the voltage parameters. Canbat offers Canada-based 24/7 chat support to all its clients.


Victron Energy SuperPack 12Volt 200AH Lifepo4  Battery
Features

Benefits
Superpack Lithium 12.8 25.6V Battery
Automaticly will Cut charge after full
Superpack  BMS  for Extend Large System
Reduce balancing Charge time, low resistance
 %50 5000cycle life Design 15 Years life


 Cell Balancing and Cell Monitoring system
Energy efficiency of a LFP efficiency is 92 %.
BMS Battery Managment System Parallel C.

Battary Voltage Range
Capacity Range
Number fo Cycle  Life
12.8-48V
50Ah-300VAh
2500-5000cyle

Lithium Battery Pack Custom HS Code :85065090  Origin Nederland

The SuperPack batteries are extremely easy to install, needing no additional components.The internal switch will disconnect the battery in case of over discharge, over charge, low or high temperature

Abuse proof

A lead-acid battery will fail prematurely due to sulfation:

• If it operates in deficit mode during long periods of time (i.e. if the battery is rarely, or never at all, fully charged).

• If it is left partially charged or worse, fully discharged. A Lithium-Ion battery does not need to be fully charged. Service life even slightly improves in case of partial charge instead of a full charge. This

is a major advantage of Li-ion compared to lead-acid. The SuperPack batteries will cut-off the charge or discharge current when the maximum ratings are exceeded.

Efficient 

In several applications (especially off-grid solar), energy efficiency can be of crucial importance. The round-trip energy efficiency (discharge from 100 % to 0 % and back to 100 % charged) of the average lead-acid battery is 80 % . The round-trip energy efficiency of a Li-ion battery is 92 % .

The charge process of lead-acid batteries becomes particularly inefficient when the 80 % state of charge has been reached, resulting in efficiencies of 50 % or even less in solar systems where several days of reserve energy are required (battery operating in 70 % to 100 % charged state). In contrast, a Li-ion battery will still achieve 90 % efficiency even under shallow discharge conditions.

Can be connected in parallel

The batteries can be connected in parallel. Series connection is not allowed.

Use in upright position only.

Why lithium-iron-phosphate?

Rugged

A lead-acid battery will fail prematurely due to sulfation:

• If it operates in deficit mode during long periods of time (i.e. if the battery is rarely, or never at all, fully charged).

• If it is left partially charged or worse, fully discharged (yacht or mobile home during wintertime). A LFP battery:

• Does not need to be fully charged. Service life even slightly improves in case of partial charge instead of a full charge. This is a major advantage of LFP compared to lead-acid.

• Other advantages are the wide operating temperature range, excellent cycling performance, low internal resistance and high efficiency (see below).

LFP is therefore the chemistry of choice for demanding applications.

Efficient

• In several applications (especially off-grid solar and/or wind), energy efficiency can be of crucial importance.

• The round-trip energy efficiency (discharge from 100 % to 0 % and back to 100 % charged) of the average lead-acid battery is 80 %.

• The round-trip energy efficiency of a LFP battery is 92 %.

• The charge process of lead-acid batteries becomes particularly inefficient when the 80 % state of charge has been reached, resulting in efficiencies of 50 % or even less in solar systems where several days of reserve energy is required (battery operating in 70 % to 100 % charged state).

• In contrast, a LFP battery will still achieve 90 % efficiency under shallow discharge conditions. Size and weight

• Saves up to 70 % in space

• Saves up to 70 % in weight

Expensive?

• LFP batteries are expensive when compared to lead-acid. But in demanding applications, the high initial cost will be more than compensated by longer service life, superior reliability and excellent efficiency.

Bluetooth

• With Bluetooth cell voltages, temperature and alarm status can be monitored.

• Instant readout: The VictronConnect App can display the most important data on the Device list page without the need to connect to the product.

• Very useful to localize a (potential) problem, such as cell imbalance.

1) To reduce required balancing time, we recommend to use a little different batteries in series as possible for the application. 24 V systems are best built using 24 V batteries. And 48 V systems are best built using two 24 V batteries in series. While the alternative, four 12 V batteries in series, will work, it will require more periodic balancing time.

Our LFP batteries have integrated cell balancing and cell monitoring. The cell balancing/monitoring cables can be daisy-chained and must be connected to a Battery Management System (BMS).

Battery Management System (BMS)

The BMS will:

1. Generate a pre-alarm whenever the voltage of a battery cell decreases to less than 3.1 V (adjustable 2.85 V – 3.15 V).

2. Disconnect or shut down the load whenever the voltage of a battery cell decreases to less than 2.8 V (adjustable 2.6 V – 2.8 V).

3. Stop the charging process whenever the voltage of a battery cell increases to more than 3.75 V or when the temperature becomes too high or too low.

See the BMS datasheets for more features.




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4.Battery management

The battery has an integrated Balancing, Temperature and Voltage control system (BTV). The BTV connects to an external Battery Management System (BMS). In case of multiple batteries, the BTVs of several batteries are daisy chained and then connect to the BMS.

The BMS protects the battery cells against low and high cell voltages and against charging at too low or high temperatures. This is how it works: The BTV monitors each individual battery cell. It balances the cell voltages and in case of high or low cell voltage, or in case of high or low cell temperature, it will generate an alarm signal. The alarm signal is received by the BMS and the BMS will turn off loads an/or chargers accordingly.

A Victron Energy BMS is essential for a correct operation of the lithium battery. The lithium battery is not allowed to be used without one. In addition to this you will also need to ensure that the BMS correctly controls all loads and charge sources that are connected to the battery.

The BMS is not included with the battery. It needs to be purchased separately. For more information on the different BMS types, see chapter The BMS models [7]

 5.The VE.Bus BMS V2

The VE.Bus BMS V2 is the next generation of the VE.Bus Battery Management System (BMS). It is designed to interface with and protect Victron Lithium Battery Smart in systems that have Victron inverters or inverter/chargers that have VE.Bus communication and offers new features such as auxiliary power in- and output ports for powering a GX device, remote on/off ports and communication with GX devices.

Just like the smallBMS, it also features a “load disconnect”, a “charge disconnect” and a "pre-alarm" contact.

• In the event of low cell voltage, the VE.Bus BMS V2 will send a “load disconnect” signal to turn off the load(s) and will also disable inverting of the inverter/charger via VE.Bus communication.

• Prior to turning loads off, it will send a pre-alarm signal warning of imminent low cell voltage.

• In the event of a high cell voltage or high/low battery temperature, the VE.Bus BMS V2 will send a “charge disconnect” signal to turn the charger(s) off and it will also disable the charger of the inverter/charger.

A mains detector and a short RJ45 UTP cable ship together with  the VE.Bus BMS V2. These are needed for mains detectiononce the inverter/charger has been turned off by the BMS.

6. The VE.Bus BMS
The VE.Bus BMS is used in a system that also contains one or multiple Victron Energy inverter/chargers. The VE.Bus BMS directly communicates via the VE.Bus with the inverter/chargers. Just like the smallBMS, it also features a “load disconnect”, a “charge disconnect” and a "pre-alarm" contact.
• In the event of low cell voltage, the VE.Bus BMS will send a “load disconnect” signal to turn off the load(s) and it will also turn the inverter of the inverter/charger off.
• Prior to turning loads off, it will send a pre-alarm signal warning of imminent low cell voltage.
• In the event of a high cell voltage or high/low battery temperature, the VE.Bus BMS will send a “charge disconnect” signal to turn the charger(s) off and it will also turn the charger of the inverter/charger off.
A mains detector and a short RJ45 UTP cable ship togeth  with the VE.Bus BMS. These are needed for mains detection once the inverter/charger has been turned off by the BMS.
7.The Lynx Smart BMS
The Lynx Smart BMS is used in medium to large systems that contain DC loads and AC loads via inverters or inverter/chargers, for example on yachts or in recreational vehicles. This BMS is equipped with a contactor that disconnects the DC system, a “load disconnect”, a “charge disconnect”, a "pre-alarm" contact and a battery monitor. In addition to this it can be connected to a GX device and control Victron Energy equipment via DVCC.
• In the event of low cell voltage, the Lynx Smart BMS will send a “load disconnect” signal to turn the load(s) off.
• Prior to turning a load off, it will send a pre-alarm signal indicating imminent low cell voltage.
• In the event of high cell voltage or low/high battery temperature, the BMS will send a “charge disconnect” signal to turn the charger(s) off.
• If the batteries are eve  further discharged (or overcharged), the contactor will open, effectively disconnecting the DC system to protect the batteries.
 The Smart BMS CL 12/100
The Smart BMS CL 12/100 is equipped with a “load disconnect”, a “charge disconnect” and a "pre-alarm" contact. The BMS also features a dedicated alternator port that will "current limit" the alternator current. It can be set for a variety of currents all the way up to 100A.
• In the event of low cell voltage, the Smart BMS CL 12/100 will send a “load disconnect” signal to turn the load(s) off.
• Prior to turning the load off it will send a pre-alarm signal indicating imminent low cell voltage.
• In the event of high cell voltage or low/high battery temperature, the Smart BMS CL 12/100 will send a “charge disconnect” signal to turn the charger(s) off.
• The alternator port controls and current limits the alternator. For more information see the Smart BMS CL 12/100 product page.
The Smart BMS 12/200
The Smart BMS 12/200 is equipped with a “load disconnect”, a “charge disconnect” and a "pre-alarm" contact. The BMS also features a dedicated alternator and system port. The alternator port will "current limit" the alternator current. It can be set for a variety of currents all the way up to 100A. The system port is used to connect the DC system and can be used for both charging and discharging the battery.
• In the event of low cell voltage, the Smart BMS 12/200 will send a “load disconnect” signal to turn the load(s) off and will disconnect the load/charger port.
• Prior to turning the load off it will send a pre-alarm signal indicating imminent low cell voltage.
• In the event of high cell voltage or low/high battery temperature, the Smart BMS 12/200 will send a “charge disconnect” signal to turn the charger(s) off.
• The alternator port controls and current limits the alternator.
 Battery monitoring
The common battery parameters, such as the battery voltage, battery temperature and cell voltages can be monitored via Bluetooth using the VictronConnect app. However, state of charge monitoring is not built into the battery. To monitor state of charge use the Lynx Smart BMS or add a battery monitor such as a BMV or a SmartShunt to the system. If a battery monitor is used together with a lithium battery, adjust the following two settings:
• Set the charge efficiency to 99%
• Set the Peukert exponent to 1.05
For more information on battery monitors see the Battery monitor product page. When a battery monitor is added to the system it matters how the battery monitor is powered. There are two options:

Battery Comparison CriteriaLifePo4 BatteryJel/AGM/Opzs Lead Acid Battery
Number of Cycles 80% Deep Discharge6000600
Efficiency
%96%85
Charging time 80% Capacity
2 Hour8 Hour
Safe Capacity Usage%80%60
Maintenance RequirementNoYes
Voltage Stability(%100-%10)14V/12.4V13V/11.51V 
weight100AH 12V12 kg30 kg
Operating Temperature (without capacity loss)-20ºC~ 60℃20ºC ~  25℃
Impact vibration resistanceÇok iyiiyi
Shelf Life -Calendar Life15 Sene12 Sene
Standby Discharge Rate%2%3
Maximum withstand temperature90ºC60ºC
Require Special ChargerNoNo
Cell Voltage3.2V2V
Output power Stability 90% dischargeFixedVariable
Instant Maximum Discharge Current 100AH300aH300AH
Maximum Charge Current At Empty100Ah30AH
1 Hour Discharge Capacity90Ah59AH
Maximum Guarantee Given12 Sene2 Sene
Protection
BMS/ElektronikKoruma Yok
How long has it been used1996/( 2017 populer)1950/(1970 populer)
Toxic WasteNoYes/Lead
RecyclingMo%100 recycling
Repair/RecoveryNoPossbile
Serial Parallel ConnectedNoYes
Quality ClassesA,B,C GradeA,B Grade
In case of short circuitWithouth BMS  ExplasionIntense gas will be released
Can it be transported by planeYes(UN3091  UN3481)YEs
Performance below 0ºCCharge No, Decharge YesCharge and Descharge
Overcharge
DemagedOnly capacity lost
BreakdownhighSeldom
Durability

WeakHigh
Reliability
WeakHigh
Use ofDificultEasy
Replace new oneDificult and high costEasy and Cheap
Scrap priceNo Sale Scrapt1USD/kg  

Battery Electrical Features
Battery Nominal Capacity Ah 200
Battery Wh Capacity 2560
Battary Voltage Volt 12
Battery  Types LifePo4
LifePo4 Battery Type Battery
Battery Cycle Use %50 2500
BMS Charge Current Amper 70
BMS Decharge Current Amper 70
LifePo4 Paralellel Serial Parallel
LifePo4 Communication VE.Direct Bluetooth
Battery Internal Resistance mΩ 25°C 1.1
Maximum Discharge Current Amper Pulse 100
Absorption Charge Current Amper 70
Battary Float Voltage Volt 14.4
Self Descharge 25ºC % 3
Battery Features LCD
Battery Mechanical Features
Battery Dimension 520x269x208mm(20.47x10.59x8.19inch)
Battery Weight kg 21
Battery Terminal Type M8 Screw
Battery Certificates
Battery Design Life Years 15
Battery Made In Nederland
Battery Certificates ECE R10-5, ECE R10-6, CE, ISO9001, UN38.3 ,
EN-IEC 61000-6-3:2007/A1:, EN 55014-1:2017/A11:2020,
CISPR 16-2-3: 2010 , ETSI EN 301 489-1 V2.2.3,
ETSI EN 300 328 v2.2.2, Clause 4.3.1.10,
EN-IEC 60335-1:2012/AC:2014/A11:2014/A13:2017/A1:
2019/A14:2019/A2:2019/A15:2021, IEC 61427-1:2013
Battery Warranty Time 5
Battery Customer Rate %100 55

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