Step Into Brand New-generation 51.2V Battery Series
Aolithium 51.2V 100Ah server rack battery(LiFePO4) consists of 16 3.2V 100Ah Class A cells connected in series. With a stable configuration,making the quality reliable and lasting extremely longer. Own a 5.12kWh output energy, and support max 5.12kW load power draws, perfect for home emergency energy storage, and boat house bank batteries.
Superior Build Quliaty
- Grade A Battery Cells, 16*3.2V 100Ah Prismatic Cells
- 4000+ Cycles @90% DOD
- 6.0 Single pole angled connector (IP67), salt spray rating 144H
- 20 Years Lifespan
Our server rack batteries can operate well in extreme weather. With the protection of BMS, LiFePO4 batteries can be discharged normally even in extremely cold weather.
- Charging Temperature 32°F to 131°F
- Discharging Temperature -4°F to 140°F
- Storage Temperature: 14°F to 86°F
Get the Power Company Off Your House
Our server rack batteries serve as a reliable home backup power source, supporting up to 16 batteries in parallel with a large capacity of 5120Wh, allowing you to power your important devices while you're at home. If you install solar panels, you can use the batteries as your energy storage, capable of providing uninterrupted power in the event of a power outage, which will save you thousands of dollars.
Faster Charging Speed
This rechargeable LiFePO4 battery has three 3 charging methods, you can choose the charger, or you can use solar energy. Aolithium's engineers have introduced you to charging methods.
Server Rack Battery Requirements Accessory List
Cables(AK01, AK02) and racks need to be purchased separately. Please select the number of cables you need according to the number of batteries purchased.
AK01 means long cables kit.
AK02 means short cables kit.
AK03 means racks.
- This model can be connected in parallel with up to 16 units to reach 8,192 watts
- Please do not connect in series.
- The bottom earth wire should be grounded.
1) Recommend to fully charge the batteries before parallel connection.
2) The voltage of the two batteries should be the same when connected in parallel (error range 0.1V).
3) The cable length between batteries should be the same.
1) The SOC of the two batteries should be the same (small errors allowed).
2) The cable length between batteries should be the same.
You can't connect lithium battery and lead-acid battery together, and different brands of lithium batteries cannot be connected, because the batch of cells is not the same.
Even if it is the same brand, If the purchase interval is more than 4 months, it is also not recommended to connect.
Because the energy decay between the cells is not consistent.
The charging operation temperature is 0℃~55℃ (32℉ ~131℉)
The discharge operation temperature is -20℃～60℃ (-4℉ ~ 140℉)
If the battery is above or below these temperature ranges, the BMS will turn on the cut-off protection.
The length of time it takes to charge a li-ion deep cycle battery depends on the type and size of your charging source.
For example, if your charger is 20 amps and you need to charge an empty battery, it will take 5 hours to reach 100%, if your charger is 50 amps and you need to charge an empty battery, it will take 2 hours to reach 100%.
Our batteries can of course be shipped to Canada and Europe, there will just be some additional VAT in Europe. You can purchase directly from our website and VAT will be calculated automatically.
I purchased 1 unit to connect to a Voltronic / MPP Solar LV6548 inverter/charger. The pack arrived in a solid plywood crate which is good but a strap may be a good addition since the lid only brad nailed on. The pack was well protected with ridged foam but the cables were on a box. The batter turn on just fine and the connectors look pretty good. I give it 3 stars for now until I hear back from support about setting up the BMS to communicate with my MPP LV6548. The unit shipped with a network cable but there is no mention of how to use the network cable. Also I need the BMS software to make sure the settings are good. I think the battery is stuck on CAN protocol for interter communication and I need Pylon 485 protocol. The instructions about the protocol adjustments using the address DIP switch is very confusing.
The product, 4 x 51.3 arrived well packed on a pallet, and we are anxious to install them. There was some worries about shipping as the tracking number communicated was wrong and the pallet was late. But suprisingly, I received answers to my emails inquiring about the delay. Because we all had the wrong number tracking from the person that generated the paperwork, tracking was impossible...But finally it arrived, the paperwork showed a Dec 7th shipping and not Nov 24th as stated in the emails...always worrisome when your hard earned money is ' location unknown '...but all good now..
Recieved my battery two days ago now. Seems to be working flawlessly.
** manual is confusing, RS485 and CAN ports are labels as separate ports but manufacturer told me that both ports are rs485 or CAN port. They are interchangeable. I have 4 of these batteries. I died them at my off grid cabin. They worked well together and we powered two fridges , lights, fans and 20 electric items with no issues. We were connected to 4000w of panels . The negatives are the manual is a little confusing. And the cable size is 3 gauge which should be bigger. Here is my YouTube video on them https://youtu.be/wQ78U1AvA2g?si=fvPTwki2FxSRriXn
Look good i probably buy more in the next 6 months.