The Space Vector Corporation High Capacity Li-ion Battery 39541 Series is a battery system designed for space applications. It is suitable to use in several applications including aerial, maritime, and satellite launch vehicles. The system is accompanied by an additional charger/analyzer named PN 501371. The charger provides programmable protection and monitoring of the battery.


  • Satellite
  • Launch Vehicles
  • Aircraft
  • Maritime
  • Hypersonic Vehicles

Key features

  • Compact lightweight design
  • High Continuous Discharge Rate of 90 Amps
  • Rugged Aluminum Housing
  • D38999 Connectors
  • Designed for high dynamic load environments
  • Cell and pack level safety features
  • Modular design allows for multiple batteries to be stacked for increased voltage or capacity

Features of Charger/Analyzer PN 501371

  • Provides Programmable Protection and Monitoring
  • Cell Balancing during Charging
  • Discharges Battery and Measures Capacity
  • Battery Cycle History
  • Number of charge cycles, max/min cell voltage, current, temperature, and more
  • A standardized data interface provides instant health status and real-time telemetry
  • Integrated data acquisition
  • Programable discharge and pulse rates

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Last updated: 2022-06-07

High Capacity Li-ion Battery 39541 Series



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