How to configure lithium batteries of various sizes for solar street lights by solar panels

- Jan 15, 2019-

Various lithium ion batteries for solar panels for solar street lamps are described below.

 

1. Lithium cobaltate battery is the most mature industrialized product and has the highest energy density. It has been widely used in small mobile devices such as mobile phones and notebook computers. At present,Japan,South Korea,Chinaand many other companies almost control the global lithium cobalt oxide battery industry. Among them, Japanese companies occupy the high-end market, and Chinese companies occupy the low-end market. For safety reasons, lithium cobalt oxide batteries are not suitable for high power and high volume applications.

 

2. Lithium manganese oxide battery has the advantages of low cost and high performance. The product safety is higher than that of lithium acid battery. It is a popular electric vehicle battery replacement technology and plays an important role in the global power battery field. Japanese companies have developed and applied the lithium manganese oxide battery field, and the technology is the most advanced. Korean companies have invested heavily in this area, keeping up with Japanese companies. Due to the high requirements on the production process, most Chinese companies have not chosen to invest in this field. At present, only a few companies inChinainsist on developing this technology.

 

The lithium iron phosphate battery has the advantages of long life, low cost and high safety. It is one of the most popular electric vehicle battery technologies and one of the popular candidate technologies for electric energy storage systems. Due to the relatively easy production process, lithium iron phosphate batteries are highly developed inChina, and both the private and the government have high hopes for this technology. In addition, with the continuous development of material processing technology and battery assembly technology, the cost of lithium-ion batteries is decreasing at a rate of 5% per year, especially the research and development of lithium iron phosphate materials, making lithium-ion batteries on large-scale energy storage stacks. The application is possible.