Summary

The Space Vector Corporation Lithium-ion Battery 39501 Series is a battery system designed for aerial and space applications. It is a compact and lightweight battery system mainly designed to use in missiles, aircraft/UAVs, and satellite launch vehicles. It is accompanied by an additional charger/analyzer named PN 501061. The charger provides programmable protection and monitoring of the battery.

Applications

  • Missiles
  • Launch Vehicles
  • Aircraft / UAV

Key features

  • Compact and Lightweight
  • Digital Interface
  • RS-422 Standard Communication
  • Digital and Analog Cell Health & Status (H&S) Data
  • Cells Screened and Batteries Tested per RCC 319-19 for FTS Applications
  • Micro-D, Standard D-Sub, or MS Connectors
  • 2X 16.6 W Cell Heaters for Low Temp (<-20⁰C) Operation (With 28V Power Source)

Features of Charger/Analyzer PN 501061

  • 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
  • Standardized data interface provides instant health status and real-time telemetry

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Last updated: 2022-06-07

Lithium-ion Battery 39501 Series

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