genZ LFP (LiFePO4) Batteries
genZ smart powerpacks – the smart generation of energy storage – are based on lithium ferro phosphate (LFP or LiFePO4) battery chemistry and have been developed by us to allow for safer and greater performance from stored energy systems, replacing the traditional lead acid technology.
LFP chemistry means that all smart powerpacks:
- are emission, explosion & fire safe
- have longer life with increased charge cycles
- are fully recyclable
- are non toxic – no lead & no heavy metals
- are two thirds less weight than equivalent lead acid batteries
- have Smart Battery Management System built in for easy recharge & safety
- are designed & engineered in Australia for Australian conditions
- have no cell memory effect
A smart battery management system (BMS) is built into every powerpack, allowing for easier recharge and up to 100% depth of discharge for every cycle. The BMS will always protect the cells which is great for constant demand from vital systems. The BMS protects the battery from irregular charge feed and over voltage/over current events making it ideal for solar PV designs. The BMS also monitors internal cell temperature.
We stock a range of different voltage, amperage and case sizes including scalable 19” rack mounted units.
- genZ_LFP Smart Powerpacks – Replacement Range brochure
- genZ LFP Smart Powerpacks 12V brochure
- genZ_LFP Capacity Storage 12V 24V 48V brochure
- genZ Rack Mount 48V Battery Modules brochure
- genZ Rack Mount 48V Battery Modules Specifications brochure
- genZ Battery Warranty Brochure
- genZ Safety Data Sheet
Lithium battery useful technology resource materials
- Lithium Ferro Phosphate (LiFePO4) Battery technology white paper by Simon Chan at Lithium Battery Conference (organised by IDC Technologies) held in North Sydney May 2016: Lithium Battery Conference Workshop – Simon Chan – Radlink Communications
- Thesis entitled “Investigation of Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery Technology and Performance in WA Conditions” submitted by David O’Brien to University of WA for the award of Master of Professional Engineering degree (2015).
- Hear Radlink’s Chief Engineer Simon Chan webinar lecture re Understanding and Using Lithium Rechargeable Batteries