Narada NPFC100-48 backup LiFe Battery Module Lithium-ion Battery System for solar and storage

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Narada NPFC series is a complete range of 48V LiFePO (Lithium Iron 4 phosphate) battery products, for a wide variety of applications, such as  telecom base station, UPS, renewable energy system,  etc., with advanced life, standard size, light weight and strong  environmental adaptability.

 Intelligent Battery Management System(BMS) For intelligent Narada lithium battery module, BMS is applied  to monitor voltage, current, temperature of cells and module,  take protections against over-charge, over-discharge, over-current,  over-temperature,under-temperature and short circuit, etc., and  provide cell balancing. In addition, there are DC-DC transformation  functions, used to perform the battery constant current, constant  voltage charge and discharge, standby, protection and other  functions, ensure a reliable safety and excellent performance.  Meantime, Narada supply customized upper computer software for  BMS communication via RS485 to set parameters or read  monitoring data.


Narada NPFC100-48 backup LiFe Battery Module Lithium-ion Battery System for solar and storage

Q:I have an 18 volt battery from a milwaukee cordless drill that is dead. Does any one know how to repair them?
Normally when the rechargeable battery pack won't recharge anymore people just go and buy a whole new battery pack. If you really want to repair the pack, you could take the battery pack apart then take it to a battery store that specializes in selling just batteries. All the pack consists of is several round (cylindrical) batteries (cells) that are hooked together via wiring. Normally the wiring is welded to the battery ends. If you take the opened up battery pack to the battery store they can replace the battery cells and wire the new ones together like they should be. It may cost less than a new battery pack, but I'm not sure. I replaced the batteries in my rechargeable shaver once when I was tight on money and my shaver gave up the ghost. It cost me $6 to replace the rechargeable batteries compared to $40 for a new rechargeable electric shaver.
Q:Camera i use is a Panasonic DMC-FS3 with a 3.6V 1000mAh battery pack
As long as both batteries fit the camera, the answer is likely yes although 3rd party batteries are typically of lesser quality even though they might appear to have a higher mAh rating. For all practical purposes 3.7v is the same as a 3.6v battery. 1150 vs. 1000 isn't likely to be any real difference.
Q:i have an old laptop with only 1 battery pack in the back. How do i make it work?
You can try to recharge it with the AC power cord for it. If it really old you might not except a charge.You can take out the battery drop it into a zip-lock plastic bag and stick it into the freezer for 1 hour then take it out and wait 5 minutes and try re-charging the battery.
Q:I don't understand why if there's this big worry with electric cars about range anxiety, is why they all don't just use the 85kwh batteries used on tesla cars to achieve around 300 miles of range. It would give EV's the kick start they need. If one were to pay big bucks could they have those types of batteries installed into say a leaf or a rav4 ev to get better range? Thanks!
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Q:Will the battery 18650 battery capacity AH is how to count?
Learned physics friends know, W (watts, power units) = V (volts, voltage units) × A (safety, current units).
Q:Extensive battery pack - Battery packs that let you 3DS' power stay longerYou know, is there one that doesn't stick out and isn't any bulkier? Do you think there ever will?
Im sorry there is not one but with the new chargiing base you can play at the same time you charge it!!!!!
Q:I have Rock Band drums that take 3 AA batteries and I don't want to waste batteries. Is there a way to make something that plugs into the wall and connects to the battery sockets (1.5 volt)?
I assume there's no external power connector on your drums (bad design in my opinion). There are some products in the market that do what you say, but they are specially made for specific devices such as professional flashes and cameras. The problem is that each battery compartment is different, and you also have a problem with the door. I think you're way better off by getting a good set of rechargeable batteries and a wall charger. Buy brand (Energizer, Sanyo, etc), you'll save money in the long run.
Q:I don't like to use the rechargable batteries for my digital camera because I don't have the time to constantly recharge. I'm leaving for Europe tomorrow and want to know if there are any standards for packing batteries in the checked luggage because I would think that they maybe aren't allowed in the carry-on -- don't know though.
Well, if you are coming from the USA, then the best I can suggest is to either declare your possession of the batteries at security checkpoint or to a TSA officer. I'm not sure if they will take them away, but you can call the TSA or the airline of course, and they will tell you.
Q:Hello, does anyone know where I can find a rechargeable battery pack for electronic devices? Maybe something like a large brick that I can take with me and plug a guitar amp into? Or anything else, for that matter
If you don't mind lugging something heavy around, get a deep cycle automotive battery, preferably a sealed spill-proof type. Then get an AC inverter that puts out enough current to power your amp. A 500w inverter is enough for a 100w tube amp. To recharge, use any car battery charger. If you want to downsize that a bit, search yahoo shopping for a NiMh 12v battery pack. You will have to get a specialized charger, though. A car charger will destroy a NiMh pack.
Q:I just won a Hasee MJ 125 netbook and when I try to charge it, yellow light comes out instead of lavender light (that means it's charging). When I turned on the power, the laptop doesnt recognize the battery pack. I pulled the power cord out, the laptop turned off.How can I make the laptop recognize the battery pack? Please help. Thanks!
remove the battery and put it back in

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