Lithium Polymer cells, used mostly in the e-bike community, generally have a lighter weight per watt-hour, and they have a high percentage of cobalt in its anode, which makes them very power-dense (lots of amp-hours in a small package) and also capable of very high amps of discharge (for high performance). Single cell LiPos are connected together in series to form a battery pack.
The word “polymer” in its name merely means the electrolyte is a gel instead of a fluid or solid. We use the term LiPo because that is what most catalogs call them when you are shopping for them.
1 cell = 3.6 volts (nominal voltage, the average voltage across the entire ride)
10S = 36V 13S =48V
36V ebike lithium battery
|Model||Shuangye ebike silver fish battery|
|Cycle life(pack)||600 cycles 0.5C>60%|
|Burst discharge current||10A-20A|
|Lasting distance||36v250w brushless motor|
|Charging time||About 4-6h|