Rechargeable Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery


Safest Lithium Chemistry


Good, high temperature performance with excellent stability


Moderate energy density 120-130 Wh/Kg with 3.2V/cell

Easy Maintenance

Plug & play connectors at battery pack level for easy maintenance


Efficient & long-lasting up to 4000 cycles

Protection Circuit Board

Battery pack assembled with a Protection Circuit Board (PCB)

LiFePo4 performance curves

LifeP04 Charge Voltage vs SoC

Discharge Voltage at Different Load Currents

Voltage & SoC of LiFePO4 at Different Temperatures

Temperature Effect on Capacity

Charging Duration at Different Current Limits

Self Discharge Characteristics

General Performance Characteristics of Li-Ion Batteries

Description NCA NMC LFP LTO
Nominal Voltage (V)
Operating Voltage/Cell (V)
3.00 - 4.20
3.00 - 4.20
2.50 - 3.65
1.80 - 2.85
Operating Temperature (°C)
0 to 45
0 to 45
0 to 55
-20 to 45
Specific Energy (Wh/KG)
200 - 260
150 - 220
100 - 120
Max. Charging Current
0.7 C (3 Hours Charging Time up-to 4.20V/Cell
1 C (3 Hours Charging Time up-to 4.20V/Cell)
1C (3 Hours Charging Time up-to 3.65V/Cell)
5 C (1 Hour Charging Time up-to 2.85V/Cell)
Max. Discharge Current
1 C up-to 3.0V/Cell
1 C up-to 2.50V/Cell
1 C up-to 2.50V/Cell
10 C up-to 1.80V/Cell
Life Cycles @ 80% DoD @ 25°C
1000 - 2000
1000 - 3000
3000 - 5000

Note – LFP batteries are safe and reliable at high temperatures for a long life performance.

Safety Recommendations

The SOA of Lithium Ion cells is bound by current, temperature and voltage.
  • LFP cells may get damaged and may burst into flames if over charged above a recommended voltage.
  • LFP batteries may get damaged if allowed to be discharged below a recommended cut-off voltage.
  • LFP batteries lifetime may get drastically reduced if operated beyond recommended temperature range.
  • LFP batteries lifetime may get reduced if discharged at too high current or charged too fast.
LFP battery safety BMS is must.
  • To prevent the voltage of any cell exceeding the limit.
  • To prevent the temperature of any cell exceeding the limit.
  • To prevent voltage dropping of any cell below a certain limit.
  • To prevent the charging current from exceeding the limit
  • To prevent the discharging current from exceeding the limit

A BMS is essential when using a LFP battery to control voltage, current and temperature within the recommended limits.