GC6560106-1S1P-NP

Rechargeable Polymer Lithium-ion Battery – 5000 MaH

 

UGS : GC6560106-1S1P-NP Catégorie :

Spécifications

Electrical Specifications

Charge voltage 4.2V.
Nominal voltage 3.7V, Cell voltage between 3.7V – 3.9V before shipping.
Nominal capacity 5000mAh with 0.2C discharge, Nominal capacity refer to the capacity 0.2C discharge with 3.0V cut-off, after charging with standard method.
Min capacity 4900mAh with 0.2C discharge, Min capacity refer to the capacity of 0.2C discharge with 3.0V cut-off, after charging with standard method.
Standard charge method 0.2C charging, 0.2C CC charge to 4.2V, then CV charge till charge decline to ≤0.02C.
Charging time 6 hours reference, Base on standard charge mode.
Max. charge current 2.5A, To continue to charging.
Max. discharge current 2.5A, To continue to discharging.
Discharge protel voltage 3V, While continue discharging the PCM protel.
Discharge cut-end voltage 3.0V, Capacity test discharge to the voltage.
Self-discharge

Residual capacity ˃85%, After standard charging, storied at

25°C±5°C for 28 days, then measure the capacity as Item 3.

Cycle life

˃300 times, One cycle include one charging period and one discharging period. Test condition:

– Charge: 0.2C to 4.2V.

– Discharge: 0.2C to 3.0V.

The cycle life is the cycle times when the discharge capacity is about 80% of the standard capacity.

Impedance <110mΩ, After standard charging, measure the internal resistance with AC1KHz (while measuring, clip near 2/3 place of the anode and the cathode).
Operating temperature

Discharge: -20°C – +55°C / Charge: 0°C – +45°C.

Battery must be stored at 3.7V – 3.9V. Long storage periods cells should be cycled every 90 days. The method is to do a charge-discharge cycle with standard method, then charge to

3.7V – 3.9V.

Battery weight Approx 95g, The weight only as a reference.

 

Electronic Characteristics
Test & Safety Inspection

Standard Testing Environment

Unless specifically stated otherwise, tests must be done within one month of delivery and the number of charging-recharging cycles is fewer than 5.

Test conditions:

  • Ambient Temperature: 25°C ± 3°C
  • Ambient humidity: 65 ± 20%

The Requirements of Measurement Instrument

  • The measurement instrument has been certified by a qualified source.
  • The accuracy of the length measuring instrument is at least 0.01mm.
  • The accuracy of multi-meter is at least 0.5% while measuring the voltage, the internal resistance can not be less than 10KΩ.
  • The principle internal resistance is 1KHz LCR; the accuracy at least is 0.2%.
  • The internal resistance can vary based upon temperature and the charging mode. It is relevant to the PTC and the resistance of the wire.
  • The current accuracy of the battery test system is at least ± 0.1%,
    Voltage accuracy at least is ± 0.5%, and timer accuracy is less than ± 0.1%.
  • The accuracy of the thermometer is at least ± 0.5°C.


Charge / Discharge Methods and Test Conditions

Standard charging

Constant current charging at 0.2C to 4.2V.

Constant voltage charging at 4.2V. Cut-off current ≤0.02C.

Quick charging

Constant current charging at 0.5C to 4.2V.

Constant voltage charging at 4.2V. Cut-off current ≤0.02C.

Standard discharge Constant discharge at 0.2C to cut-off voltage of 3.0V.
Charging time Standard charging time: 6.0 hours. Quick charging time: 3.0 hours.
Temperature & humidity

Standard charging: 0°C – +45°C, 45% -85% RH.

Quick charging: 10°C – +45°C, 45% -85% RH.

Standard discharging: -20°C – +45°C, 45% -85% RH.

Open voltage

3.7V – 3.9V (before shipping).

3.7V – 3.9V .

Notes:The maximum charging voltage shall not exceed 4.2V.
The max. protection voltage designed into the PCM board must not be more than 4.3V.

Special Electronic Characteristics

Discharge at –10°C Temperature

≥210min, After standard charging,

lay Cells at –10°C keep 16h then discharging at 0.2C to ending, recording the discharge time

Discharge at 55°C Temperature ≥108min, After standard charging, lay Cells 2h at 55°C
Dimension change at 85°C Temperature

≤5%, After standard charging, storing the cell 4hrs at 85 ± 2°C, take out the battery keep room Temperature.

2H then recording the thickness change of the cell.

 

 Mechanical Characteristics

Vibration test

No exposion, No smoking, No leakage, Voltage is not less than 3.6V.

After standard charging, the cell is secured to a vibration table and subjected to vibration cycling in which the frequency is varied at the rate of 1Hz per minute between 10Hz and 55Hz; the excursion of the vibration is 0.38mm. The cell shall be vibrated for 30min on each of X, Y and Z axis.

Schock test

No exposion, No smoking, No leakage, Voltage is not less than 3.6V.

After standard charging, fixed the cell to schock table, then subjected to schock test per axis of X, Y and z axes and this test conditions:

Acceleration: 100m/s2

Schock times per minutes: 40 – 80 times

Pulse lasting time: 16ms

Schock times: 1000 ± 10 times

Drop test

No explosion, No fire, No leak

The ceell is dropped from a height of 1 meter two times on to a 30mm thickness boaed surface.

 

Safety Test

Over-charge

No explosion, No fire, No leak.

At 20 ± 5°C conditions, charging is conducted for 8 hours while the voltage is held at 4.4V,

Then check the appearance of battery.

Over-discharge

No explosion, No fire, No leak.

At 20 ± 5°C conditions, the battery will be discharge with constant current 0.2C to cut-off voltage, then connect with external load of 30mΩ for 24hours.

Short-circuit

No explosion, No fire.

After standard charge, the battery is short-circuited for 1 hour at 100mΩ. Then checkthe appearance of battery.

Heat schock

No explosion, No fire.

The cell is placed in a thermal chamber. Temperature is raised to 120 ± 2°C at the rate of (5 ± 2°C)/min and held for 10 min, then cooled to room temperature at the rate of 5 ± 2°C/min.

Humidity and heat test

No explosion, No fire.

A charged battery is placed in a box for 48 hours where the temperature is 40°C ± 2°C and the relative humidity is 90% 95%.

 

Storage & Others

Long-Term Storage

If the battery is to be stored for 3 months or longer is should be held in a dry and cool environment voltage during storage needs to be maintained between 3.7V and 3.9V and the storage conditions as follow.
Any issues not covered in this specification should be discussed between the customer and us.

  ITEM CRITERIA
Storage temperature Short period less than 1 month -10°C – +55°C
Long period less than 3 month -10°C – +45°C
Long period more than 3 month Room temperature
Relative humidity For all types and time ≤ 65%RH
Charged status For all types and time About 50 – 60% charged status

 

ESD

At direct discharge against the pins with ± 5KV static and over the housing with ± 10KV static. No damages are allowed.

 

Protection Circuit Module

Electrical Characteristics

ITEM

SYMBOL CONTENT CRITERION

Over charge protection

VDET1 Over charge detection voltage 4.28 ± 0.05V
tCU Over charge detection delay time 0.8 – 1.2S
VREL1 Over charge release Voltage 4.05 ± 0.05V
Over discharge protection VDET2 Over discharge detection Voltage 3 ± 0.08V
tDL Over discharge detection delay Voltage 30 ± 0.10V
VREL1 Over discharge release Voltage 3.0 ± 0.10V
Over current protection IDP Over current detection current ≥2.8A
tIOV1 Over current detection delay time 5 – 20ms
  Relese condition Cut load
Short circuit protection   Detection condition Exterior short
  Release condition Cut short circuit
tIOV2 Short circuit detection delay time Max. 600µs
Interior resistance RDS Main loop electrify resistance ≤ 60mΩ
Current consumption   Current consume in normal operation 7µA
  Current in normal operation 2A
  Cell balance current No balance

 

Protection Board Chip, Circuit Diagram

 

BOM

ITEM DESCRIPTION QTY
IC S8261-G3J 1
MOS 8205 2
NTC 10K 1
PTC MSMF-260L 1

 

Battery Discharge Curve

 

Handling Precautions and Guildlines foir Li-ion Rechargeable Batteries Perface

This document of ‘’ Handling Precautions and Guidelines for LIP Rechargeable Batteries ’’ shall be applied to the battery cells Giga-Concept.

Note (1): The customer is requested to contact us in advance customerif and when the needs variations of the operating conditions described in this document. Additional experimentation may be required to verify performance and safety under such conditions.

Note (2): We will take no responsability for any accident when the cell is used under conditions outside of this specification.

Note (3) : We will inform the customer in writing of improvement(s) regerding proper use and handling of the cell if it is deemed necessary.

Our Compagny reserve the right to revise this specification before the customer signs the datasheet. If a revision is required, we will notify the customer.

Charging

Charging Current

The charging current must be less than the maximum charge current specified in the Specification Approval Sheet.


Charging Voltage

The charging voltage must be less than the maximum nominal voltage, and the charging voltage upper limit is 4.3V.


Charging Temperature

The cell must be charged within the range specified in this Specification Approval Sheet.


Notes

Since charging is done with a constant current or a constant voltage, reverse charging is prohibited. If the cell is connected improperly it cannot be charged. Reverse charging can damage the cell lead to degradation of cell performance, impair cell safety, and cause heat generation or leakage.


Discharging Current

The cell shall be discharged at less than the maximum discharge current specified in the Specification Approval Sheet. A high discharging current may reduce the discharge capacity significantly or cause overheating.


Discharging Temperature

The discharging temperature must be within the range specified in this Specification Approval Sheet.


Over-Discharge

Over-discharging will cause cell degradation and functional losses. The cell can degrade into an over-discharge state through self discharging. In order to prevent over-discharging, the cell should be charged periodically to retain between 3.7V and 3.9V.


Dangers

  • Don’t disassemble or modify the battery. The battery has safety function and protection circuit to avoid the danger. If they damage, electrolyte leakage, short-circuit between positive and negativ tabs, etc. It would cause the generation, smoke, ruptur, or flaming with mishandling.
  • Don’t incinerate or heat the battery. Don’t use or leave battery nearby fire, stove or heating place. These occur the melting of insulator, damage of safety function, or ignition on electrolyte. In case that separator made of polymer is melted by high tempereature, the internal short-circuit occures in individual cells and then it would cause the generating, smoke, rupture of flaming.
  • Don’t use any damaged battery. Don’t use the battery that are dented or bent on their edge part. The batteries are possible to be damaged by strong mechanaical shock and it would cause wire break, short-circuits inside the cell, leakage of electrolyte, etc.
  • Don’t give battery impact or fling it. If the protection circuit assembled in the battery is broken, the battery will be charge at abnormal voltage or current and abnormal chemical reaction will occur. It may cause generating, smoke, ruptur of flaming.

Don’t use battery nearby the heigh temperature place or under blazing sun. Batteries have possibility to be degraded its performance such as capacity, thickness increase, impedence, etc. The thickness change may lead to stressing on battery case/device, wiring or cell which may have possibility to lead to damage performance.

  • Don’t connect battery to the plug socket or car-cigarette-plug. Added high voltage to the battery, if the protection circuit assembled in the battery is broken, the excessive current will flow in it and cause the generating, swelling, smoke, rupture or flaming.
  • Don’t touch a leaked battery directly. In case the leaked electrolyte gets into eyes, was them with fresh water as soon as possible without rubbing eyes. And then, see a doctor immediately. If leave damaged eyes undone, it will cause eyes-trouble.


Warning

  • Keep the battery away from baby.
  • Don’t get into a microwave or high pressure container.
  • Don’t use a leaked battery nearby fire.
  • Don’t use an abnormal battery, such as leakage, swelling, deformation, etc.


Others

  • Disassembly may cause an internal short-circuit to the cell, which may cause out-gassing, fire or other problems.
  • Never incinerate or dispose of the cell in a fire as this may cause the cell to catch fire – The cells should never be exposed to liquids such as water, drinks or oil. – Do not mix the cells from different manufacturers in a common pack.

SPECIAL NOTICE: If the cell isn’t used for a long time , please keep the cell in a half-charged state neither fully charge nor completely discharged. Recharge the cell and use half of the power after 2-3 months. Store the cell in a cool and dry place. It wil protect the cell from damage.