24v LTO Toshiba SCiB 20,000 cycles! 10 cells
Regular price $140.00
Get them while they last, only a few of these in stock.
Since these are 416wh we can only ship to US lower 48, canada, and puerto rico.
10 genuine Toshiba SCiB LTO cells that are rated for 20,000 cycles. Just $14.00 per cell. These cells have only been used for 2 years. Easily add your own bms with just a screw driver. Every connection has a screw. If you build a battery out of these packs it will likely end up in your will. That's how long these will last.
This battery uses Toshiba SCiB 20ah cells, 10 in series. Making a perfect 24v battery pack. The photo below shows the discharge curve of LTO cells.
As you can see, 1 of these packs in 10s form will fully charge to 26v (2.6v per cell) and at 20v (2v per cell) the bulk of the battery capacity is used. LTO can be fully discharged. And the SCiB cells are rated down to 1.5v by spec.
LTO can be used even at -30 degrees Celcius.
You only need a T10 security bit to get the 2 screws out to open the case. After you remove the 2 screws just pry the 4 tabs with a flat screw driver and you will have access to the cells. We recommend using an LTO Daly bms if you are making these into a powerwall or Ebike. 2 of these packs in series makes an awesome 48v battery.
Recommended max charge and discharge is 10c or 200a per cell.
Each pack is 8x7x6 inches. With the lid on. There is also 3 holes with rubber grommets on the side to run your wires through them.
If you want to configure these into different voltages you can easily cut the busbar connections with a dremmel wheel. Each series connection has an area raised higher where you can cut without worrying about hitting the cells.
Individual cell dimensions are 116mmx22mmx106mm. I'm sure you can take the cells out of the holder but I would recommend keeping the original busbars and spacing in tact. Its a professional connection that you can use. Just utilize the screw terminals to make your connections with wires and ring terminals. Makes this super easy, no soldering.
Some batteries will have nylon tape on the outside plastic but it can be removed easily if you want.