Li-ion technologies have different characteristics depending on the chosen active materials.
Two technologies are largely available in the market: NMCA (Nickel-Manganese-Cobalt-Aluminium) and LFP (Lithium-Iron-Phosphate).
Each presents advantages and disadvantages and should be chosen according to your targeted use. It’s important to keep in mind that, for equal performance, a LFP battery will be heavier and more cumbersome than a NMCA battery (by approximately 50%) but will have a lifespan two to three times longer for a higher price. Dependability is ensured regardless of the chosen technology and shouldn’t be one of the most important selection factors.
The reality of a project is always more complex than just those criteria. The choice of a battery technology, as well as its dimensioning are crucial decisions. A well-thought-out evaluation of constraints and technical and economical goals will help identify the best compromise and ensure commercial success.
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