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Lithium Ion Battery

Pioneers in the industry, we offer 11.1v 6000mah lithium-ion rechargeable battery pack from India.

11.1V 6000MAH Lithium-ION Rechargeable Battery Pack

11.1V 6000MAH Lithium-ION Rechargeable Battery Pack
  • 11.1V 6000MAH Lithium-ION Rechargeable Battery Pack
  • 11.1V 6000MAH Lithium-ION Rechargeable Battery Pack
  • 11.1V 6000MAH Lithium-ION Rechargeable Battery Pack
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Product Details:

Capacity6000 mAh
Voltage12V
Charge Current10A
Warranty1 Year
ColorBlue
Country of OriginMade in India

An 11.1V 6000mAh Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery pack is a commonly used power source for various electronic devices, including drones, RC cars, laptops, and more. Here are some key points and specifications related to this type of battery pack:

Key Specifications:
  1. Voltage (V): 11.1V
  2. Capacity (mAh): 6000mAh
  3. Chemistry: Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
  4. Cell Configuration: Typically, this voltage is achieved by connecting three 3.7V Li-Ion cells in series (3S configuration).
  5. Energy (Wh): Approximately 66.6Wh (11.1V x 6000mAh / 1000)
  6. Charge Voltage: The maximum voltage for charging is usually around 12.6V (4.2V per cell).
  7. Discharge Cut-off Voltage: Usually around 9V (3V per cell) to avoid deep discharge which can damage the battery.
  8. Cycle Life: Typically, Li-Ion batteries have a cycle life of 300-500 charge/discharge cycles.
Advantages:
  • High Energy Density: Li-Ion batteries offer a high energy density, meaning they can store a lot of energy for their size and weight.
  • Lightweight: Compared to other types of rechargeable batteries like NiMH or lead-acid, Li-Ion batteries are much lighter.
  • Low Self-Discharge: Li-Ion batteries have a lower self-discharge rate compared to other rechargeable batteries, meaning they retain their charge longer when not in use.
  • No Memory Effect: Li-Ion batteries do not suffer from the memory effect that affects some other rechargeable batteries, allowing them to be charged and discharged without significant capacity loss.
Safety Considerations:
  • Overcharging: Overcharging Li-Ion batteries can lead to overheating, potential explosion, or fire. It's important to use a charger designed for Li-Ion batteries that stops charging at the correct voltage.
  • Over-Discharging: Discharging below the recommended voltage can permanently damage the battery. Devices or circuits that use these batteries often have a low-voltage cut-off to prevent this.
  • Physical Damage: Li-Ion batteries should not be punctured, crushed, or exposed to high temperatures, as they can become hazardous.
  • Proper Disposal: Li-Ion batteries should be recycled properly at designated recycling centers, as they contain hazardous materials.
Applications:
  • Consumer Electronics: Laptops, smartphones, tablets, and cameras.
  • Hobby Electronics: Drones, remote-controlled cars, boats, and planes.
  • Portable Power Tools: Cordless drills, saws, and other battery-operated tools.
  • Medical Devices: Portable medical equipment like defibrillators and diagnostic devices.
Maintenance Tips:
  • Storage: Store the battery in a cool, dry place. Ideally, store it at around 50% charge if it won't be used for a while.
  • Regular Use: Regularly use and charge the battery to keep it in good condition.
  • Avoid Extreme Temperatures: Avoid exposing the battery to extreme heat or cold, as it can affect performance and lifespan.
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