6S6P 22.2V 21Ah 60A NCR18650GA Lithium-Ion battery pack

Technical specs and performances

  • Cell count: 36 (same rank cells)
  • Cell type: Panasonic NCR18650GA – Made in Japan (other cell model also available)
  • Electrochemistry: Lithium-ion NCA (LiNiCoAlO2)
  • Series-Parallel-Connected Cells: 6S6P
  • Battery pack internal resistance (IR): less than 35mΩ
  • Current capacity: 21Ah (21000 mAh)
  • Voltage (nominal) 22.2V
  • Energy capacity: 466Wh
  • Power: 1332W
  • Maximum continuous discharge current: 60A
  • Maximum pulse discharge current (10sec): 80A
  • Maximum allowable charge voltage: 25.2V
  • The discharge end voltage should be more than 16.2V (18.6V for long lifespan)
  • Charging current (CC): max.10A (for longer lifespan).
  • Weight: +/- 1800g (including wiring harnesses, connectors & covering)
  • Physical dimensions (distance between cell pack edges, excluding harnesses): 190 x 70 x 72 mm, or custom.

Wiring harnesses and connectors

  • Discharge wire type: Multi-strand 12AWG flexible silicone insulated copper
  • Gold plated discharge connector:  XT90s (custom: EC5/ Supra-X ProD6/ XT150/ other)
  • Discharge wire length (pack to connector end) +/- 100mm, custom
  • Balance Plug: JST-XH 7-pin
  • Balance wire length (pack to connector end): +/- 70mm

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The battery pack shield.

  • The entire cell block is surrounded by a multi-layers shield with mechanical strength and dielectric insulated, externally wrapped in a hard (Black & Blue) PVC film. All covering materials provide a high sealing and contribute to the robustness of the battery pack.

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6S6P 22.2V 21000mAh 60A NCR18650GA Lithium-Ion battery pack
This 6S6P battery pack type feeds the DELFTACOPTER, an autonomous unmanned aircraft designed at laboratories MAVLab of TU Delft Faculty of Aerospace Engineering.