Summary

High Energy Density of Lithium ion battery pack for nano-satellites. The unit can be customized depending on mission requirements (4P / 2S 2P / 4S). Other configurations are available (up to 16 cells). The standard configuration provides 2S 2P configuration (42 Whr) and 8.4V terminal voltage at end of charge. Each cell is provided with a heater to prevent cold temperature (below -5°C) monitored by 2 temperature sensors. Over protection, as overcurrent, overcharge, over-discharge are implemented. The unit is fully compliant with other Cubesat Subsystem. The IMT has an internal Cell Acceptance Test Procedure, the procedure is composed by different steps to investigate the manufacturing and state of conservation of the cells. Visual inspection, mechanical and electrical measurements, X-Rays, DPA (on sample basis), Automated Charge/Discharge/Internal Resistance measure, Vibration, Vacuum tests are parts of the IMT Procedure. The customer can qualify his battery pack thanks our Battery Test Facility.

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Last updated: 2018-04-06

Cubesat Battery Pack

Specs

mass
240 g
battery pack voltage
6.0 — 8.4 V
length
96 mm
height
25 mm
lifetime
< 3 yr
mechanical vibration
10 Grms
battery capacity
12400 mAh
operating temperature
-10 — 60 C
width
90 mm

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