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The differences between lithium cylindrical and prismatic cells



We all know lithium batteries have three ways of package: lithium cylindrical, pouch, and prismatic cells. The lithium cylindrical and prismatic cells are usually made of steel and aluminum cases, and the lithium pouch cell of Al-plastic films. And today we are going to talk about the differences between lithium cylindrical and prismatic battery cells.



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Energy density

 

Energy density refers to the capacity of a battery per unit weight. The energy density of the mainstream 18650 lithium cylindrical cells in China reachable 215wh/kg; and of the 50ah lithium prismatic cells reachable 205Wh/kg. But the prismatic cells will have significant advantage in the future because of the smaller gaps between each one when be battery pack.

 

Charging/discharging rate

 

Charging/discharging rate=Charging and discharging current/nominal capacity, higher charging rate means faster charging speed. The lithium cylindrical cell usually has the charging rate of 1C, and the prismatic cell has a charging rate of 1.5~2C.

 

Cycle life

 

The best of lithium prismatic cell has a remaining capacity of more than 80% when cycles 2000times, but the cylindrical cells has only 70%.; this shows the lithium prismatic cells have a longer cycle life than cylindrical cells.



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