Lishen LR2170LA

The Batemo Cell of the lithium-ion battery cell Lishen LR2170LA is a high-precision, physical battery model with global validity. As a digital twin it seamlessly integrates into your research, development and battery analytics by basing your decisions on simulations.

Cell Ori­gin pur­chased on free market
Cell For­mat 21700
Dimen­sions 21.04 x 70.54 mm
Weight 63.8 g
Capac­i­ty
[def­i­n­i­tion]
The nom­i­nal capac­i­ty orig­i­nates from the man­u­fac­tur­er’s data sheet, if avail­able. When the data sheet is unavail­able, the nom­i­nal capac­i­ty is esti­mat­ed. Bate­mo mea­sured the C/10 capac­i­ty by dis­charg­ing the cell at an ambi­ent tem­per­a­ture of 25°C from 100% with a con­stant cur­rent of 0.40A (0.1C) until reach­ing the volt­age of 2.5V. The ther­mal bound­ary con­di­tion is free convection.
nom­i­nal 4.00 Ah
C/10 3.84 Ah
Cur­rent
[def­i­n­i­tion]
All quan­ti­ties are mea­sure­ment results of the Bate­mo bat­tery lab­o­ra­to­ry. The con­tin­u­ous cur­rent is the high­est cur­rent that com­plete­ly dis­charges the cell with­out over-heat­ing it. There­for, the cell is dis­charged from 100% state of charge at an ambi­ent tem­per­a­ture of 25°C with a con­stant cur­rent until reach­ing a resid­ual state of charge of 10% and either the volt­age of 2.5V or 90% of the max­i­mum sur­face tem­per­a­ture of 72°C. The peak cur­rent is the cur­rent the cell can deliv­er for 5 min­utes. Con­se­quent­ly, the cell is dis­charged from 100% SOC at an ambi­ent tem­per­a­ture of 25°C with a con­stant cur­rent until reach­ing either the volt­age of 2.5V or the sur­face tem­per­a­ture of 80°C after 5 min­utes. The ther­mal bound­ary con­di­tion is free con­vec­tion. These oper­a­tional con­di­tions might be out­side the spec­i­fi­ca­tion of the cell manufacturer.
con­tin­u­ous 21.8 A
peak 34.3 A
Ener­gy
[def­i­n­i­tion]
Bate­mo mea­sured the C/10 ener­gy by dis­charg­ing the cell at an ambi­ent tem­per­a­ture of 25°C from 100% with a con­stant cur­rent of 0.40A (0.1C) until reach­ing the volt­age of 2.5V. The ther­mal bound­ary con­di­tion is free convection.
C/10 14.0 Wh
Pow­er
[def­i­n­i­tion]
All quan­ti­ties are mea­sure­ment results of the Bate­mo bat­tery lab­o­ra­to­ry. The mean con­tin­u­ous pow­er is the high­est pow­er that com­plete­ly dis­charges the cell with­out over-heat­ing it. There­fore, the cell is dis­charged from 100% state of charge at an ambi­ent tem­per­a­ture of 25°C with a con­stant cur­rent until reach­ing a resid­ual state of charge of 10% and either the volt­age of 2.5V or 90% of the max­i­mum sur­face tem­per­a­ture of 72°C. The peak pow­er is the pow­er the cell can deliv­er for 5 min­utes. Con­se­quent­ly, the cell is dis­charged from 100% SOC at an ambi­ent tem­per­a­ture of 25°C with a con­stant cur­rent until reach­ing either the volt­age of 2.5V or the sur­face tem­per­a­ture of 80°C after 5 min­utes. The ther­mal bound­ary con­di­tion is free con­vec­tion. These oper­a­tional con­di­tions might be out­side the spec­i­fi­ca­tion of the cell manufacturer.
con­tin­u­ous 74 W
peak 115 W
Ener­gy Density
[def­i­n­i­tion]
The ener­gy den­si­ties result from the C/10 ener­gy, the cell weight and the cell volume.
gravi­met­ric 220 Wh/kg
vol­u­met­ric 572 Wh/l
Pow­er Density
[def­i­n­i­tion]
The pow­er den­si­ties result from the peak pow­er, the cell weight and the cell volume.
gravi­met­ric 1.81 kW/kg
vol­u­met­ric 4.71 kW/l

Batemo Cell

The Batemo Cell of the lithium-ion battery cell Lishen LR2170LA is a high-precision, physical cell model with global validity. As a digital twin it seamlessly integrates into your research, development and battery analytics by basing your decisions on simulations. See the details to learn more about the features and capabilities of the Batemo Cell. Batemo demonstrates the accuracy and validity of the Batemo cell by comparing battery simulation and measurement data in the range given below. Validation is extensive, experimental characterization covers the total operational area of the cell: At low and high temperatures, up to the maximal current and in the whole state of charge range.

State of Charge Range 0 ... 100%
Current Range
[definition]

The current range are the electrical current limits as used in the Batemo battery laboratory. Please see the Lishen LR2170LA data sheet for the precise definition of the current safe area of operation of the cell.
-120 A discharge ... 16 A charge (-30.0C ... 4.0C)
Voltage Range
[definition]

The voltage range are the electrical voltage limits as used in the Batemo battery laboratory. Please see the Lishen LR2170LA data sheet for the precise definition of the voltage safe area of operation of the cell.
2.5 ... 4.2 V
Temperature Range
[definition]

The temperature range are the thermal limits as used in the Batemo battery laboratory. Please see the Lishen LR2170LA data sheet for the precise definition of the temperature safe area of operation of the cell.
-20 ... 80 °C

Moreover, the Batemo Cell validation will be fully transparent. The Batemo Cell Data contains the raw measurement and simulation data. For all experiments the voltage, temperature, power and energy accuracies are calculated. This allows straight-forward evaluation and analysis of the Batemo Cell validity. The graphs show a selection of characteristic data of the cell Lishen LR2170LA to evaluate the cell performance. The prediction of the Batemo Cell is included as soon as the Batemo Cell is finished.

Discharge Characteristics

Lishen_LR2170LA_const

  • Discharge Characteristics: The electrical and thermal discharge behavior is strongly nonlinear.
  • Pulse Characteristics: The shape of different current pulses changes strongly.
  • Energy Characteristics: The graph visualizes how much energy the cell can deliver when operated at different powers.
  • Power Characteristics: The more power the cell supplies, the shorter it can deliver the power.
  • Thermal Characteristics: The thermal losses heat up the cell the more, the higher the depleted power is.

Pulse Characteristics

Lishen_LR2170LA_pulse

[show experiment definitions]

Discharge Characteristics
The cell is discharged from 100% SOC with different constant currents at different ambient temperatures. The thermal boundary condition is free convection. The measurement stops when reaching either the voltage of 2.5V or the surface temperature of 80°C.
Pulse Characteristics
The cell is discharged from 100% SOC with current pulses followed by no-load phases at different ambient temperatures. The thermal boundary condition is free convection. The measurement stops when reaching either the voltage of 2.5V or the surface temperature of 80°C. The graph shows a zoomed view of the measurement to visualize one of the pulses.
Energy Characteristics
The cell is discharged from 100% SOC with different constant currents at 25°C. The thermal boundary condition is free convection. The measurement stops when reaching either the voltage of 2.5V or the surface temperature of 80°C. The graph shows the derived exchanged energy and average power of the experiment.
Power Characteristics
The cell is discharged from 100% SOC with different constant currents at 25°C. The thermal boundary condition is free convection. The measurement stops when reaching either the voltage of 2.5V or the surface temperature of 80°C. The graph shows the derived experiment duration and average power of the experiment.
Thermal Characteristics
The cell is discharged from 100% SOC with different constant currents at 25°C. The thermal boundary condition is free convection. The measurement stops when reaching either the voltage of 2.5V or the surface temperature of 80°C. The graph shows the cell surface temperature at the end and the derived average power of the experiment.

Energy Characteristics

How much energy can it deliver?

Lishen_LR2170LA_energy

Power Characteristics

How long can it deliver the power?

Lishen_LR2170LA_power

Thermal Characteristics

How hot does it get?

Lishen_LR2170LA_thermal

The mean accuracies and supported simulation tools are published as soon as the Batemo Cell is finished.

Batemo Cell Data

Batemo offers an extensive, experimental characterization of the lithium-ion battery cell Lishen LR2170LA. The data contains measurement results in the total operational area of the cell. The descriptions and graphs below explain and show the available measurements. The Batemo Cell Viewer allows easy and fast analysis, evaluation and comparison of the data. See the details to learn more.

Constant Currents

The cell is discharged from 100% SOC or charged from 0% SOC with different constant currents at different ambient temperatures. The thermal boundary condition is free convection. The measurement stops when reaching either the voltage of 2.5V or 4.2V or the surface temperature of 80°C. The graph shows for which ambient temperatures and charging and discharging constant currents measurements are available.

Pulse Currents

The cell is discharged from 100% SOC or charged from 0% SOC with current pulses followed by no-load phases at different ambient temperatures. The thermal boundary condition is free convection. The measurement stops when reaching either the voltage of 2.5V or 4.2V or the surface temperature of 80°C. The graph shows for which ambient temperatures and pulse currents measurements are available.

Power Profiles

The cell delivers a typical power profile from 100% SOC at different ambient temperatures. The thermal boundary condition is free convection. The measurement stops when reaching either the voltage of 2.5V or the surface temperature of 80°C. The table summarizes for which ambient temperatures the profile is available.

Lishen_LR2170LA_validation_const
Lishen_LR2170LA_validation_pulse
Ambient Temperature Available
-20 °C profile_check
0 °C profile_check
25 °C profile_check
40 °C profile_check

Batemo Cell Report

Batemo offers a detailed report of the lithium-ion battery cell Lishen LR2170LA. The report covers all important aspects about the cell. This information greatly helps you to further evaluate and compare the cell. It is a profound basis for your decisions concerning your battery system design. See the details to learn more.

Performance Overview
Cell Exterior
Cell Interior
Safety Features
Electrode Microstructure and Material